Central Elementary School - About Us

About Us


A Dual Immersion School  |  Our Vision

A Dual Immersion SchoolGo To Top of Page

Central Elementary is a Dual Immersion School, with the 90/10 model. We strive to promote an environment where children are encouraged to work to their full potential as they experience diverse and challenging intellectual opportunities.
 
During their years with us at Central, we hope to foster their sense of responsibility, their love of learning and their sense of community. In our classrooms and on our campus, we work daily to encourage positive behavior and interaction that is safe and respectful. Our halls and classrooms are filled with writing projects and rich samples of student work. Our goal here at Central is to make sure all students become critical thinkers and reach their full potential.
 
At Central the facility, students and parents work together in order to provide a caring environment for all students. We provide opportunities for the children to develop positive self-concepts and a positive attitude toward school and learning. Student success is recognized and celebrated. We have ROCK assemblies every trimester and monthly Perfect Attendance awards, and student the month luncheons are among the many ways that achievements – hard work, effort and improvement – are recognized. The teachers challenge their students to be problem solvers and critical thinkers by providing interesting, creative and challenging technology-infused lessons that emphasize high standards for all.
 

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Central Elementary School will be recognized as a place of learning where cultural diversity is valued and the learning needs and interests of its multi-ethnic population are met., Central School will build a supportive partnership with parents and community to ensure that basic needs are met in a safe and nurturing environment. Each student will be brought to their fullest individual potential by promoting confidence and self-esteem, upholding a nigh expectation for student achievement, flexible teaching through multiple assessments, consistency in curriculum, positive discipline, and multiple teaching strategies.