Central Elementary School

Administrative/Curriculum Updates and Announcements

Two Weeks At A Glance

Monday - Sept. 21

  • Title 1 Parent Meeting

Tuesday - Sept. 22

  • Sign up for PDP Review with Administrators

Wednesday - Sept. 23

  • No PLC - Work on PDP
  • Leadership Meeting

Thursday - Sept. 24

  • After school planning session with Ms. Creecy @3:45 p.m. Media Center

Friday - Sept. 25

Monday- Sept. 28

  • After School Begins and Dismiss @ 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday Sept. 29

  • Parent Conference Night

Wednesday Sept. 30

  • Student Interim reports sent home
  • Reports cards issued October 30, 2015
  • Parent Conference Night

Thursday Oct. 1

  • Music Assembly (Making Music) 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Student performers

Friday Oct. 2

  • 4th Grade Field Trip

Time to Sign up

Use the link below to schedule your PDP Review.


You will need the following:

  1. Username and password to NCEES
  2. Username and password to EVAAS
  3. Username and password to SchoolNet
  4. 2014/2015 Reading 3D data Summary​
  5. Proposed PDP goals for 2015/2016
  6. One PDP goal will come from Standard 4 Facilitation Instruction or/and Standard 3 Teacher knowledge of Content

Learning Targets

Learning Targets are brief statements that describe what students will be expected to learn by the end of school year, course, unit, lesson, project, or class period. In many cases, learning objectives are the interim academic goals that teachers establish for students who are working toward meeting more comprehensive learning standards.

Which learning targets meet the rubric criteria?

Standards-based and rigorous - They are derived from national or state standards and school or district documents such as curriculum maps and adopted program materials.

Student-Friendly - They are written in student-friendly language (accessible vocabulary and from a student perspective) and begin with the stem "I can".

Measurable - They are measurable and use concrete, assessable verbs (e.g., identify, compare, analyze). The verb suggests the way in which the target will be assessed (e.g., "analyze" suggests a writing or problem-solving assessment, not a multiple choice quiz).

Specific and Contextualized - They are specific, often referring to the particula context of a lesson, project, or case study.

Learning-centered - The verb following the "I can" stem clearly identifies the intended learning, articulatin what the students will learn rather than how they will demonstate their learning.

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MClass Beginning of Year (BOY)

Data and More Data

How are you grouping students?

The big question:

What criteria and data were used to group students for intervention, enrichment and small groups?

Data sources that are readily available:

  • Beginning of Grade (3rd grade)
  • End of Grade (4th)
  • Common Formative Assessments
  • iReady
  • Core Assessment
  • PAST
  • Reading 3D MClass
  • Teacher made assessment (School Net)
  • Progress Monitoring data
  • TRC
  • Moby Max
  • K-2 Math Assessment
  • Kindergarten Assessment
  • just to name a few

Contact Us

Betty Liverman, Principal

Khrista Simmons, Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction