Weekly Schools Update

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Registration for LEAP testing for non-public school students is open from January 18 through January 29. The LEAP test is required for all incoming 5th through 9th graders who go to a public school. Therefore, if a student is currently homeschooled or attends a private school but plans to begin at a public school should register to take this test. Click HERE for full details.

Central High School has adopted a new mission statement with the abbreviation PREPS: Preparing Responsible Enlightened Participants in Society.” This new mission statement was created with input from faculty, staff, and parents to ensure that the goals of Central High lined up with the goals of the Central community for its students. In early February, a team from Advanc-Ed will arrive to evaluate Central High School and mark the end of the two-year self-study that Central High has been doing. The creation of a new mission statement is part of the end of this process, as well.

Central Private Schools elementary students participated in a canned food drive marking the 100th day of school. Each grade was asked to collect 100 cans, and each grade met that goal and more. A total of 1,460 cans was collected.

The Central Private Twirp dance is this this Saturday, January 23 for high school students. Thw Twirp court is as follows: 9th: Brad Miller, Brennan Fucich
10th: Luke Fryoux, Seth Stevens
11th: Chuck Conrad, Cody Overstreet
12th: Hunter Martrain, Bobby Muse, Travis Richard.

This Saturday is also black out night for Central Private basketball. Saturday is senior night, as it is the final home game of the season for the Rebels.

Details from last Thursday’s CCSS School Board meeting can be found HERE.

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