During Read Across America Week at Central Elementary, Mrs. Shull's second graders wrote about what would happen if The Cat in the Hat came to their home.
Central Elementary pre-school students in Mrs. Todd’s class are learning all about dinosaurs. They have discovered that dinosaurs hatch from eggs.
Central Elementary Celebrates Student of the Month for December & January.
First Graders are becoming spelling pattern masters! The students in Mrs. Collins first grade class work hard each week to learn new spelling patterns based on the Words Their Way Series. Students work independently and with a partner to practice word sorts each week.
Students at Central Elementary in Mrs. Rice's math cluster studied measurement. Students practiced using non-standard and standard units.
Students in Ms. Wilson’s kindergarten class wrapped up their study of holiday traditions by reading The Night Tree by Eve Bunting.
Central Elementary students in Mrs. Adkins kindergarten class has been working on a gingerbread unit during the month of December.
Central Elementary, Student of the Month for October and November:
Central Elementary fourth grade students are hard at work during guided writing. After reading a fiction book one group is working on writing a different ending to the story while using the author’s “voice.”
Central Elementary pre-school classes are kicking off our healthy body unit with Ms. Danielle Arnett, visiting the classroom and talking to us about healthy food and getting your body moving.
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