Central Elementary students in Miss Barnett's class celebrated Constitution Day, on September 17th! Students read the book, We the Kids by David Catrow, and discussed the US Constitution.
Central Elementary teachers spent Thursday learning about :Trauma Informed Care, during our in service staff worked with Misty Cole learning how to meet the needs of all of our students.
Mrs. Lairds students at Central Elementary finished their camp unit by experimenting with S'MORES.
CENTRAL ELEMENTARY Back to School POOL PARTY. Thursday, August 16, 2018, at Logan City Pool, from 7pm-8:30pm. Bring a towel, your parents, a suit and a smile! Hope to see all of OUR Central Elementary Students!
Central Elementary students recently enjoyed a trip to the Presbyterian Farm owned by Nelsonville Presbyterian Church. Grades preschool, kindergarten, and first visited on May 8th and second, third, and fourth grades on May 9th.
Students at Central Elementary walked to the animal shelter to read to friends in need. Students and the dogs enjoyed the great adventure!
Central Elementary School is committed to recognizing students who meet the criteria of our RESPECT motto, being Responsible, Educated, Safe, Proud, Encouraging, Considerate, and Tolerant. 
Central Elementary Student Council supported the efforts of Project SAFE's idea of Kindness for Carrie Crawford. Our student council members made no-sew blankets to send to the James Hospital for their patients. Our students are amazing.
Kindergarten students at Central Elementary in Mrs. Adkins class have been learning addition strategies. Students use pictures, counting on, or using dice to help with their adding skills.
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.
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