Central Tiger Tales
Teacher Appreciation Week & Other Appreciation Days
Teacher Appreciation Week is May 2nd - May 6th
School Lunch Hero Day (Celebrate our Lunch Hero's and Custodians) - May 6th
School Nurse Day - May 11th
May Field Trips
For those field trips that allow parent volunteers, each volunteer must have an approved background check on file for the 2021-2022 school year.
1st Grade - Tuesday, May 3rd - Zoo
5th Grade - Tuesday, May 17th - LMS
4th Grade - Friday, May 20th - State Museum
5th Grade - Friday, May 20th - Louisville
5th Grade - Tuesday, May 24th - Cedars
End of Year Events
Thursday, May 5th - Grade 3-5 Art Show and Spring Concert at The Lebanon High School Gymnasium Lobby and Auditorium. Doors open at 6:00 for the Art Show and the concert begins at 6:30. Students performing in the concert need to report to the LHS Auditorium at 6:00 pm. See the flyer below for more information.
Friday, May 6th - Leader in Me Family Night 5:30-7:30
Thursday, May 19th - Field Day (Please dress appropriately for a fun day)
Tuesday, May 24th - Last Student Day
Talent Show Auditions
See the flyer below for information about how to audition for the Central Talent Show!
Central's Distinguished Educator of the Year - Lydia Sturm
Central Loves Our Principal and Vice Principal
Kindergarten Round Up
Lebanon Community School Corporation is now accepting Kindergarten Round-Up appointments for students entering kindergarten this fall. Children are eligible for kindergarten if their fifth birthday falls on or before August 1, 2017. Students who will be five years old on or before October 1, 2022 may apply for early entrance to kindergarten in accordance with Board Policy #5112.
The process includes screening each student to assess general development. Translation services are available.
Parents or guardians should schedule an appointment at the school the student will attend in the fall. Parents should plan to bring their kindergarten student to the appointment, along with the following required documentation:
- Child’s birth certificate
- Child’s immunization record
- Proofs of residency (two forms)
- Custody documents, if applicable
Central Elementary School - To schedule an appointment call (765)482-2000
May 10 12:30-7:30 p.m.
May 12 12:30-7:30 p.m.
Leaders of the Month
Central Pride Champion - Kyla Gosewehr
Central is proud to nominate Kyla Gosewehr as Central’s final Tiger PRIDE Champion this year. She is a leader who strives to live by the 7 habits of highly effective people and all of the characteristics of Tiger PRIDE. She is respectful and a great teammate. Recently our class gained a new student, Kyla quickly offered a seat next to hers so that she could help this student adjust to our classroom. She is extremely kind, friendly, and gets along with everyone so there’s no doubt that any student would feel welcomed with a seat beside hers. Kyla is also very dependable. She frequently has her weekly classroom goals and homework complete well before they are due, all while excelling in her extracurricular activities, like softball and volleyball that she participates in outside of school. She perseveres through challenging tasks and refuses to give up, even when it is difficult. Kyla has the initiative and drive to do anything she sets her mind to do. All of us at Central are proud to send her to LMS to watch her continue to shine! Congratulations Kyla!
3rd Grade Visited Conner Prairie
Third grade visited Conner Prairie to learn about how our local community has changed over time and how it has stayed the same. The third graders simulated what it would feel like to live during the civil war time period. They experienced how people, events, and developments brought important changes to our community through reenactments and engaging with people from the time period. Third graders also visited the Indian village to identify and describe how Native Americans impacted the development of the local communities.
Kid Town was a great success this year!
The students worked together to design a product and make a prototype. They then pitched their ideas to 1st and 2nd graders for feedback. They made adjustments and built a product. The students designed commercials using different propaganda techniques and then created their booths to sell their products. The students then learned about supply, demand, interest, and profits when they sold their products at Kid Town.
News from Mrs. Bland - End of Year Medication Pick Up
At the end of the school year all medications must be picked up by a parent or guardian. If your student has an over the counter medication or a daily prescribed medication please make plans to pick it up the last week of May. Only emergency medications such as Epi Pens, inhalers, and emergency injectables will be sent home in the back pack. All medication not picked up by May 24, 2022 will be disposed of at the Sheriff’s department. Please contact with any questions.
765-482-2000 ext 11830