It is time to enroll your 4-5* year old for KINDERGARTEN! We are currently accepting enrollment for the 2016-2017 School year for kindergarteners. Packets are available in the office between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm weekdays. If you live in our attendance area, (Main St-Hover, and 1st Ave-9th Ave), please bring in your child's birth certificate, a copy of their immunizations and a proof of residency (City utility bill, etc). Central offers two full day kindergarten sessions and one half day morning class.
Thank you very much to all the families that supported the Butter Braids fundraiser last month! The students are getting close to their goal of raising $4,200.00! The ski trip is a special culmination of the students' years at Central and is a reward for their hard work. Many of our students will have a first-time opportunity to participate in one of Colorado's best known Recreational industries as a once-in-a-lifetime experience at Eldora Mountain Resort. Even the chartered bus ride is a highlight of the day for many of them!
We are excited that the Penny Harvest has officially begun. You will find information in your child’s recent Friday folder. You will find a flyer and a sticker on a penny bag. Please collect your pennies and return them to your classroom teacher before December 1st. (And yes we accept silver coins and dollars, too) Last year we had a successful Harvest and gave two amazing grants. $250 to the Make-a-Wish Foundation and $225 to Love Without Boundaries…..In the past 6 years of Penny Harvest, Central has given over
Wednesday, October 7- TODAY is our Annual Firehawk Dash! Here is the schedule:
Remember that the times listed are to start running. Students should arrive 5 minutes early to warm up and then allow time to cool down, record laps, enjoy popsicles and get a class photo after running. All participants must wear appropriate footwear! (No flip flops, sandals, etc)
Trip Tracker rewards staff and students with "Tracker Bucks", which are earned for taking alternative transportation methods to and from school. Tracker Bucks can then be spent like real money at select locally owned Trip Tracker Businesses. Trip Tracker’s goal is to improve the air quality and safety around our school’s community, as well as, increase the opportunity for participants to move their bodies more, by reducing the amount of car traffic in front of the school.