Just a reminder, summer school began today for registered students. The bus drivers start routes around 7:00 AM, and doors open at 8:00 AM for students being dropped off at school.
Summer School Begins May 31st for Registered Students Elementary Students from Central, Highland, Porter & W.R. Castle Location: Central Elementary Arrival: 8:00-8:30 Dismissal: 12:00
Boys and Girls Basketball Camp Combined Registration Form
Central Elementary began our 2022 CES Olympics today. Our students are competing and having a blast. We started with a parade of classroom flags, a torch relay and lighting ceremony, and our teachers turned into Olympic coaches during the opening hula hoop event.
If you are a 6th grade student at Central Elementary and interested in playing football next school year, Coach Holbrook is have a meeting Thursday, May 19th at 6 pm in the outdoor classroom at Johnson County Middle School.
It is so hard to believe that we are nearing the end of the school year. It has been an awesome year!!!!! Listed below is a quick look at some of the upcoming events. May 17th - No School Election Day May 19th - Gymnastics Recital May 24th - Kindergarten Graduatoin @ 9:00 1st & 2nd Awards @ 12:00 May 25th - 6th Grade Awards Program @ 10:00 3rd, 4th, & 5th Grades Awards Program @ 12:30 May 26th - Last Day of School Thank you for sharing your most precious possession with us.
Central Elementary Grades 3 - 6 are excited to begin testing next week (May 9 - 13, 2022)!!! Our students have worked very hard this year and are looking forward to showing what they know!!!! We would like to remind you of a few test taking strategies. - First, please have your child in bed early each night so that he / she gets a good nights rest. - Next, a good breakfast is a must! Please be sure students are at school early each day to eat a hot breakfast in our cafeteria or a have a hot breakfast at home before coming to school. - Also, we need all students to be on time each day. We must follow a strict schedule and will begin promptly at 8:30 am each morning. - Lastly, encourage your child to do his / her best. We have amazing students at CES and are confident they will do great!!!! Thank you for all that you do! Parent involvement is a great assest that we have here at CES and we appreciate each of you so very much!!! Thank you, CES Teachers & Staff
Escape Room Champs 6th grade students followed clues, plotted points, and solved word problems in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane as they raced to escape.
Our STLP team was invited to an event today at the Country Music Highway Museum after U.S. Congressman Hal Rogers’ staff saw our project on the WYMT News. Congressman Rogers, his staff, and members of the community were able to meet and talk with the team about their project.
Mrs. Vanhoose’s 2nd graders learned about prepositions and prepositional phrases today. They practiced by acting out prepositional phrases.
Thanks to Craig Delong and Paintsville Dairy Queen for their donation of breakfast sandwiches for Teacher Appreciation Week!
Happy Principals’ Day to our very own Mrs. Halsey. Thank you for always going above and beyond for the students and staff of our amazing school. 🦅
Mrs. Harless's 6th Grade Social Studies class presented a History Mystery.
Mr. Hill's class performed Gallery Walks to learn how to correctly write titles.
Mrs. Holbrook's third graders studied drama and myths last week. They are excellent actors and actresses!
Yesterday at the STLP State Competition We had several semi-finalist in the Digital Project Online Judging (DPOJ) Category try to advance to the state finals. Reagan won Second Place in the 3D Art Category with her project “Ralf”. We are super proud of her!
Our CES STLP “S.T.O.P.” had a good day today at the state competition. They are bringing home a Top 20 in the state finish and the first one ever for our school. We are super proud of them and their accomplishments.
Watch the 2022 STLP awards live https://www.ket.org/live/
Our own Pete-r Cottontail visited kindergarten today with his 4th grade friend to read to them.
Way to go Mrs. Hensley!