Central Elementary students 19 top sellers for the PTO fundraiser had the great adventure of traveling for Pizza in a limousine. Students in grades Kindergarten through 4th traveled in luxury and had a great time.
Central Elementary had an amazing three days! We held a door decorating contest and penny war to raise money for the Smith Chapel Food Bank in Logan. From Wednesday, December 10 through Friday, December 13, we held our penny war. The children were able to bring in coins to drop into the buckets of the doors they like the most.
Are you dividing your plate with the correct amount of portions for each food group? The fourth grade students at Central Elementary were taught by nursing students at Hocking College about nutrition on Friday, the 15th of November. The nursing students created five different stations, one for each food group. The fourth graders rotated through each station, spending ten minutes learning about portion sizes and the importance of that particular food grouping.
Central Elementary held its annual Fall Harvest Literacy Night on October 31st. All students and their families were invited to enjoy an evening of literacy games and crafts, as well as some snacks. Mayor Martin Irvine, Patrolman Ethan Doerr, and Melissa Fickell and Jason Ferryman of the Fire Department, were in attendance to assist students with a literacy craft.
Central Elementary 3rd and 4th graders celebrated their success and hard work on the OAA. Students enjoyed a day of activities and a visit from the KONA truck. Students made their own snowcone! Thank you Central PTO for this fabulous treat!
Students at Central Elementary are gearing up for success on the OAA. Friday, students made bags to remind them of success. Students filled their bags with goodies to remind them that they are smart and ready to be successful. For example, students included a bag of gushers that said: I am GUSHING with Knowledge..
First grade students at Central Elementary took a tour of the Washboard Factory on Wednesday. It was a great experience for the students. First graders are learning about their community.
Over the next few days, several community leaders will be visiting Central Elementary to discuss their role as a leader in the community.
Central Elementary has transformed into Seussville this week. Students are enjoying
daily theme days linked to Dr. Seuss books and learning activities. PTO is making
truffala seeds with the students as the students get their pictures taken with Cat in the Hat
and Thing 1 and Thing 2. The week will conclude with a Seussabration on Friday. Students
will visit classrooms throughout the building for a craft and read aloud!
Central Elementary students learned a valuable lesson from Ronald McDonald during a school wide assembly on January 25.
Students learned about teamwork and how teamwork helps to create a bully free school.
Students learned what they can do to create a bully free school.