The Panther Pride

Official Parent & Family Newsletter at Central Elementary

Week of October 12-16 and October 19-23

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READ ALOUDS ARE AT THE BOTTOM

Important Happenings this Week...

Week of October 12-16

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Monday, October 12

  • Pajama Day for Spirit Week
  • Read for 20-30 minutes every night for Homework (Take AR test during your AR Center)
  • Look for read aloud books on our Facebook page. Students may take the AR test!

Tuesday, October 13

  • Camo Day for Spirit Week
  • Read for 20-30 minutes every night for Homework (Take AR test during your AR Center)
  • Look for read aloud books on our Facebook page. Students may take the AR test!

Wednesday, October 14

  • Wacky Wednesday for Spirit Week (Crazy, socks, hair, and outfits)
  • Read for 20-30 minutes every night for Homework (Take AR test during your AR Center)
  • Look for read aloud books on our Facebook page. Students may take the AR test!

Thursday, October 15

  • Color War for Spirit Week! See flyer below.
  • FAMILY READ NIGHT! See flyer below.
  • Read for 20-30 minutes every night for Homework (Take AR test during your AR Center)
  • Look for read aloud books posted on our Facebook page. Students may take an AR test!

Friday, October 16

  • No School- Teacher Planning Day! Have a great weekend!

2020 Spirit Week

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Panther's Not so scary Family Read Night

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Putting Students First

Mission:

Committed to creating successful life-long learners in a diverse learning environment by building a strong foundation in student achievement through rigorous data driven instruction, character education, social emotional well-being, and a rich culture of reading.

Vision:

We strive to continue the pledge of putting students first and we continue to commit to build a strong culture of successful life-long learners, through the building of strong relationships. We will focus on safety, student achievement through rigorous and data driven instruction, character education, social-emotional well-being, and building a culture of reading in a diversity rich learning environment. We believe that all students are empowered to achieve success when immersed in a powerful learning community that values a diverse student body and is centered on core values as well as a shared commitment to achieving academic excellence. It is our belief that as we focus on our mission and vision for our students, our school grade will improve from the current C and rise to an A.

TIME TO READ

The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes Read Aloud by Lew Crew Learning
Come Down Cat! Written By Sonya Hartnett & Illustrated By Lucia Masciullo
Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons
The Little Old Lady Who Wasn't Afraid of Anything
What If Everybody Did That? by Ellen Javernick & Illustrated by Colleen M. Madden
Henry Holton Takes The Ice
🥕 Kids Book Read Aloud: CREEPY CARROTS by Aaron Reynolds and Peter Brown
📚 Kids Book Read Aloud: CREEPY PAIR OF UNDERWEAR by Aaron Reynolds and Peter Brown
[Animated] My No No No Day by Rebecca Patterson | Read Aloud Books for Children!
How I Became a Pirate | Read Aloud Children's Book
THE DAY the CRAYONS QUIT by Drew Daywalt Pictures by Oliver Jeffers
Pancakes Pancakes by Eric Carle
Mr Impossible By Roger Hargreaves
The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson Illustrated by Axel Scheffler
David Goes to School

FORTIFYFL APP

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FortifyFL App or Website Online Reporting

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