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Central Elementary celebrates 100th day of school
Students dressed as 100 year olds to celebrate the 100th day of school. Third grade teacher Ms. Zachery got into the spirit of celebrating with her students.
Kindergarten teacher Ms. Wells explained one of the kindergarten math standards is to count to 100 by 1s and 10s, so they have counted to 100 a lot this week!
Central High School kicks-off Black History Month education
The theme for Black History Month education 2022 is Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Morning Advisory classes can compete in a door decorating contest highlighting one of the 107 HBCUs across the nation. Criteria include facts about the HBCU, including graduates and their contributions to our nation. Month activities also include morning broadcasts on the Cougar Broadcasting Network highlighting faculty and staff graduates of HBCUs.
Special thanks to SGA members Rebekah Burton and Zyriah Meadows for all their hard work planning and implementing our Black History Month education program. Also, thank you to Mrs. Vivian Jones for creating the display to kick-off Black History Month.
PTO selling Valentine’s Grams
PTO president Mrs. Maressa Ware has been at Central High School every morning this week to give students, staff and parents the opportunity to send a candy or flower Valentine’s Gram to someone special. Valentine’s Grams are $1 and will be delivered on Valentine’s Day.