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November 2016 Edition

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A Note From the Principal

Dear Parents,

As the daughter and granddaughter of veterans of the Vietnam War and World War II, November 11th has always had significant meaning to my family. It is with great pride that I am excited about the work the students and staff have been putting into our Veterans' Day program November 11, 2016 at 9:15 a.m. in our gymnasium. If you are a Veteran parent or grandparent of a Central Elementary student, it would mean so much if you would attend that day.

We look forward to sharing our special music and tributes with you!


Mrs. Julie Thacker

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Pre order sales for admission bracelets have been extended to Wednesday, November 2nd. For more information about Family Fun Night please visit the PTO Newsletter at: https://www.smore.com/2gg5d

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  • Nov. 4th Family Fun Night 5-8 pm
  • Nov. 10th School Board Meeting 7:00 pm
  • Nov. 11th Veterans' Day Program
  • Nov. 16th Teacher In-Service No Students
  • Nov. 24-25 Thanksgiving Break No School

Students Recognized for Good Character

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Jackson House is the value winner for Central Elementary. He will be recognized at the October school board meeting for his outstanding character.

October Value of the Month

Corey Albertson
Mia Arvanitis
Charlotte Bandy
Trey Barton
Brooklyn Basham
Jasman Benipal
Demi Bolin
Raegan Cook
Harper Dorris
Jackson House
Sophie Hudson
Makenna Klinger
Caitlyn Kluzynski
Hannah Menser
Sean Misner
Braden Neese
Iris Paquet
Griffin Payne
Emma Ragan
Bailey Scott
Berkeley Todisco
Nolan Vernengo
Leia Williams
Olivia Woodward

Central Elementary First Quarter Rising Stars

Nataleigh Begley

Matthew Benoodt

McKenzie Bowman

Adrie Burge

Ryleigh Calvert

Isabella Clark

Raegan Cook

Temperance Dunn

Logan Fultz

Claire Harris

Adeline Hess

Jaylin Jones

Abshar Khan

Skeet King

Ricardo Lagos

Ben Lubsen

Alyssa Murray

Madalynn Presley

Alejandro Quintana

Matthew Roell

Emma Sageser

Kaelin Siddons

Breanna Skinner

Isabelle Steele

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Changing the End of the Day Transportation Routine

The following information is simplified from our handbook:

  1. If your child is to go home a way different than their normal arrangement, you must send in a note to the teacher with instructions as to how the child is to go home.
  2. Please make these arrangements before school or by 1:00 p.m. at the latest.
  3. If you call requesting that your child become a car rider, you are required to come into the school office to sign out your child. Your child will be waiting in the office lobby until you sign them out.
  4. If you call requesting that your child ride a bus home instead of being a car rider, we will need to verify that we are speaking to the child’s parent/guardian
  5. Finally, please note that e-mail notifications of changes for the end of the day ride home will not be accepted.

Car Riders

Overall, we have been doing a wonderful job with drop-off and pick-up. We have not had any complaints from the Plainfield Police Department about us blocking US-40. There are just a couple of reminders:

  • Please do not drop off students before 8:30 a.m. We do not have supervision available.
  • Continue to pull all the way around the half-circle. If you need to buckle your children, we ask that you stay in your car until you can pull all the way forward to the spots right before Wabash.

Thank you very much for making this process as smooth as possible!

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United Way Fund Raiser

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Fall Parties!

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