Every student matters. Every moment counts.
Our vision is for Central Elementary School to be a safe and loving
environment full of positive, caring teachers and staff meeting the academic,
physical, and emotional needs of each child – whatever it takes.
Our mission is to educate, empower, and encourage all students to become
compassionate and responsible citizens who can soar to excellence in all
aspects of life.
Every student can learn.
All children deserve a safe environment.
Growth mindset is essential.
Loving relationships are vital.
Each family is a critical element to success.
7th Fall Festival 5:30-7:30
12th Fall Picture Retakes
14th Progress Reports
22nd Interest Groups
25th-29th NO SCHOOL
• November 7th – Fall Festival
• November 15th -
Skate Night from 6pm-8pm
Dates to Remember:
November 7: Fall Festival 5:30-7:30
November 12: Picture Retakes
November 14: Progress Reports
November 22: Non-Nutritional Day!
November 25-29: Thanksgiving Break!
• Reading- This month we will be learning all about super powers in
reading! Some of our super powers include our pointer power,
rereading power, partner power, picture power, snap work power,
and sound power.
• Writing- In writing we will work on writing true stories and using
some of our super powers in reading to read our writing. Make sure
you are reading 20 minutes every night and turning in reading logs
every Monday with ATLEAST 100 minutes!
• Math- Work on counting to 50 and recognizing numbers 1-
15. Also, work on counting 10 objects! We will also work on
2-D shapes and measuring.
• Science/Social Studies- Pilgrims & Indians,
Thanksgiving, Push and Pull
What Are We Studying?
Math: How Many of Each/In All
Writing: Non-Fiction Chapter Book
Science: Sun, Moon, and Stars
Don’t forget to read 100 minutes every week and study your sight words!
Some Ways You Can Help Your Child at Home
Reading: Read with your child. When they get stuck on a word, tell them to
use their strategies to help them fix it!
Math: Practice counting with your child and give them simple addition and
subtraction story problems to solve.
Writing: Help your child come up with topics they are experts on.
Science/ Social Studies: Watch videos with your child about the sun, moon,
2nd Grade November News
Schedule a family
reading session to help
your child see you
enjoying books this will
help them to become life
We are starting to write
gripping stories. To help
your child, continue to
take your child on
adventures to spark
We are starting a new
unit of adding and
subtracting within 100.
To help your child play
ST Math online at home!
Go on a scavenger hunt
with your child around
the house to find words
that fit your child’s
Third Grade Happenings!
We are Learning…
Reading: We are beginning our Mystery unit!
Continue to encourage reading 100 minutes each
week at home.
Writing: We are beginning our Adapted
Fairytales unit! One way to get involved is by
reading some classic fairy tales with your child .
Math: We are learning addition and subtraction
strategies with 2 and 3-digit numbers. Don’t
forget to keep practicing multiplication facts!
PLTW: We are studying Forces & Interactions
and will be creating our own simple machines!
4th Grade November
Reading- Interpretation Book Clubs- In this unit, we will be determining themes,
growing ideas, and backing everything up with text evidence.
Writing-Literary Essay- We will be continuing to write essays. In this round, we will
be writing about reading. Students will form ideas and opinions based on a text.
Math- Multiplication and Division
Science- We are learning all about soils, rocks and minerals.
Social Studies- We will be learning about the Colonial Period.
This month, the students will be
learning about fractions. The students
are adding, subtracting, and
comparing fractions. They are also
working with mixed numbers.
Students will be drawing on all that
we already know about informational
writing and work towards creating an
article on an area of personal
Students will be investigating Non-
Fiction texts by reading analytically
and applying knowledge about
nonfiction reading to inquiry projects.
Students should be bringing home a
book everyday. Science
Students will have experiences with
mixtures, solutions of different
concentrations, and reactions
forming new substances. They will
also engage in engineering
experiences with separation of
Students will be studying exploration
in the Western Hemisphere
At Home you can:
Read and Log into reading log.
Don’t forget to check out Epic and
• September 10
• October 31
• November 22
• December 19
• January 31
• February 14
• March 6
• April 24
• May 22 (Fun Day)
Drop off and
• Bus drop off and
pick up will be
located behind the
building on North
• Car drop off and
pick up will now be
located in the front
on North 24th