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Central Elementary News February 20

02/20/24

News & Updates

5th Grade Parent Meeting (for Incoming 6th Grade Students)
Join us in the new Large Group Instruction room at the Middle School for an informative meeting which will cover the scheduling process, 6th-grade course offerings, 6th-grade orientation, and extracurricular offerings.
This is for families of students at Alpine, Zinser, and Central Elementary schools. Please choose ONE meeting time to attend: Monday (2/26) or Wednesday (2/28) this week at 6 pm. If you cannot attend or have questions, please contact the Kenowa Hills Middle School Office at (616) 785-3225.

Glow Stick Request
Mrs. Glanzman is asking for donations of Glow Sticks (necklaces preferred for K-1st) for this year's annual glow dance parties (held during gym class the week before Spring Break). If you are able to give, please label your donation with your child's name/teacher and send it to the school by March 4th.

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Central Elementary News February 2

02/02/24

A Note from the Principal:

Hello Central Families!

What a bizarre beginning to 2024! Such a brief but intense snowy season! And now here we are, feeling thrust into (according to the groundhog anyway) an early spring. I can't believe I can already see snowdrops and daffodils trying to peek up in my yard! What a month! Even with talk of an early spring, though, please remind your students to bring a coat or jacket to school every day. As long as the temperature outside remains below 50 degrees we require students to wear a coat or jacket during recess (even when the sun is out). Your help with this reminder would be greatly appreciated.

I am so excited about our music concerts tomorrow and Tuesday nights at the KH Performing Arts Center. More information about your concert time(s) is included below.
I invite you to join us this month as we Paint Kenowa Green. Please read the letter below from Nurse Sikkema for more information and conversation about mental health.
Please reach out if there is anything I can help you with.Cherie Horner, Principal

Central SHINES!
Go Knights!

Please take this 10 minute survey before February 9th.Your opinion matters, and we take all feedback seriously. Please take some time to help our School Improvement Team create next year's goals by completing our Parent/Guardian Survey.

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Central Elementary News December 22

12/22/23

A Note from the Principal:

Dear Central Families,

Our entire staff says "thank you!" for the full week of delicious treats that you provided. Savory snacks, cocoa bar, Sandy's donuts, Chick-fil-A lunch and gift cards. Our PTO is incredible and we are truly grateful!

I hope you have a very restful holiday break. Take time to make memories. Hold your child(ren) close. You'll never regret attentive time spent with your kid(s).

Happy Holidays!

Central Shines!
Go Knights!


Girls on the Run - Registration Open

Girls on the Run - Coaches Needed

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