Weekly Schools Update

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CHS senior Justin Schopp has moved to the state level for Student of the Year. Congratulations, Justin!

Central schools are working together with the Central Area Pastor’s Association to develop a support network for families in transition. There will be a meeting at Blackwater United Methodist Church this Thursday, February 25 from 10-11 AM. The public is welcome to attend.

At the CCSS School Board meeting this past Monday, it was announced that the authority was given on behalf of the School Board to sign the papers and purchase the property on Sullivan Road next to Jackson Place for the new schools. The Central Community School System should officially own the property as of midnight on Sunday. 

It was also announced at the School Board meeting that PBK, the chosen architect firm for the new Central schools, has taken measures to be sure that, while they work through some issues concerning their firm, the Central Community School System will remain protected from any financial liability when it comes to these issues. Central will also not be held responsible for any time delay related to this process.

Enrollment in the Central Community Schools is expected to remain steady for this upcoming school year. Central High School has 235 seniors who are expected to graduate in May.

Click HERE for an update from the Central High School PTO.

Priority registration for current Central Private families ends this Friday the 26th. Contact the school office if you need to register.

The Central Private parents’ meeting with the LOFSA rep was postponed from its original date. The meeting has been rescheduled for March 23 at 6:30 PM in the CP cafeteria.

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