Central Elementary students in Ms. Cummings' fourth grade classs have been coaching each other on their reading fluency. After one student reads and summarizes what they just read the student coach gives feedback about what the reader did well and how they could improve.
Mrs. Adkins kindergarten class at Central Elementary is learning about our presidents this week. They are practicing writing sentences while learning about what presidents are on our money to help identify coins and the dollar bill.
Students in Mrs. Collins class have been learning about people who work in our community for the past few weeks. Students then completed a project called “When I grow up”.
The boys and girls in Mrs. Garey’s second grade class at Central Elementary have been busy helping Buckeye Chuck predict the weather by creating a groundhog life of their own.
Fourth grade students at Central Elementary in Miss Folk's math class went through an Edcite assignment last week. The students enjoy working on the Chrome books and working with the program.
In Mrs. Stimmel's preschool class at Central Elementary, students are learning about shadows! Using flashlights, light tables and an overhead projector as a light source, students built shadow towers, traced shadows and wrote shadow letters.
Central Elementary students in Mrs. Rice's first grade class are working hard in their literacy stations. They are taking ownership of their learning, and are working hard to get ready for Second Grade.
Students in Mrs. Mulrooney's class at Central Elementary wrote about how to make a snowman. The students had to make a list of supplies that they would need to make the snowman.
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 pre-school students in Mrs. Todd's class enjoys books read to them. Our pre-school students, even asks questions when learning new concepts, words and ideas.
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