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Central Elementary News June 8

06/08/22

June 8, 2022

Dear Central Families,

Summer break is here! Here are a few pieces of information that may be helpful now. It's a bit long, so take what you need now and save the rest for later.

1. Our supply list is ready and attached to this email. You will also receive a copy in your report card packet, which will be mailed next week. Be on the lookout for that.

2. Next year, I am looking for volunteers in the morning, at lunch, and at dismissal. As a safety precaution, parents will drop-off at the gate again. If you would like to walk your child closer to his/her teacher, why not help us out and volunteer as well? All this means is that you have an approved volunteer/background check submitted. We will give you a special volunteer lanyard. This will give you a "backstage pass" to walk your child to your teacher's line, as well as being an additional adult presence out in the morning until teachers arrive outside. This will take approximately 10 minutes any morning that you can do it. We would also welcome you in our lunchroom for breakfast. Complete THIS FORM if you are interested in volunteering and helping out in the morning.

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Central Elementary News June 3

06/03/22

Dear Families,

It was a bitter-sweet day. Saying goodbye to our 5th graders (class of 2029!) was tough, but we are so proud of their growth!

Please contact me this summer if you are interested in volunteering next year during morning drop-off or afternoon dismissal. We need some volunteers to can help us every morning with breakfast delivery and every morning and afternoon as crossing guards in our loop.

I hope you have a lovely summer. I will see you in August!

Central Shines! Go Knights!

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Central Elementary News May 6

05/06/22

Hello Families,

What a lovely week of appreciation and gratitude for our teachers. Our PTO and families showered us with thank you gifts including a Taco Bar, lunch from Two Slows BBQ food truck, donuts, gift cards, massages, letters, cupcakes, drawings, decorated cars and more! What a generous school family we have! We also got to celebrate School Lunch Hero Day on Thursday. These ladies work hard every day for our students and staff. They prepare nutritious meals served with love. Thank you, lunch heroes!!!

Thank you, Central Families!
We feel very loved!
Central Shines!
Go Knights!


Upcoming Events
May 6-12 School Nurse Appreciation Day
May 20 Popcorn Day 25¢
May 26 Field Day
May 27 Half Day, Memorial Weekend
May 30 No School, Memorial Day
June 1 Half Day
June 2 Half Day
June 3 Half Day, Last day of School

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