HUGE Congratulations to Central Elementary Principal Lisa Van Horn and Hocking Hills Elementary Principal Andy Rice, along will all their dedicated staff & students for being recognized as a School of Honor for High Progress! Per Ohio Department of Education's website, "All public schools administering Ohio State Tests (OSTs) were considered for the awards and selected based on specific criteria for the 2017-18 school year."
Students at Central Elementary are heading into the new year by showing kindness! Kindness not only to their fellow classmates, teachers, and families but also to our local community!
Students at Central Elementary have buddy classes that meet together monthly. Ms. Wilson’s kindergarten class and Ms. Cummings’ third grade class decided to start a kindness club and to do something kind to help others each time they meet.
Congratulations to Central Elementary Principal Lisa Van Horn and Hocking Hills Elementary Principal Andy Rice, along will all their dedicated staff & students for being recognized as a School of Honor for High Progress! Per Ohio Department of Education's website, "All public schools administering Ohio State Tests (OSTs) were considered for the awards and selected based on the following criteria for the 2017-18 school year." ...
Central Elementary 2nd Grades chose caroling as their Parent Engagement Activity. They walked from the school to Main Street. What a welcomed surprise these beautiful children were to downtown businesses & public offices, as they spread holiday cheer through their smiles, carefree singing, & innocence. They wished a Merry Christmas to various businesses, the City Building, & the Police & Fire Department.
Central Elementary celebrated its monthly PTO meeting. During this meeting the "Students of the Month" for October and November were recognized. Each student received a certificate, medal and a treat donated by Dairy Queen. We would like to thank these students for doing an outstanding job practicing our school's RESPECT rules.
The students at Central Elementary recently donated over 1,800 food items to the Smith Chapel Food Pantry!
Our Central Elementary reading groups have been working hard this year. We have been focusing on comprehension during our reading group time.
Central Elementary students did a little twist from our traditional math talk today. The students were given 6 digits and using those digits and any operations of their choice, they had to generate an equation that would equal 36.
Central kindergarten students took a walking field trip today. They went to the fire station, the downtown library, and Hocking Hills Bakery. They also checked out the park and gazebo and walked through the post office.
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