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Central Elementary News April 2

04/02/21

Dear Families,

Well done Central! So far our families have raised over $14,700 during our Central Read-a-Thon, and our students have read over 45,000 minutes! Enjoy your Spring Break! Be safe!

Go Knights! Central SHINES!!

Coming up....
4/2 - Read-a-Thon ends
4/2 - 4/11 Spring Break!
4/13 - PTO Meeting
4/21 - Half Day
5/5 - Half Day
5/28 - Half Day
5/31 - No school, Memorial Day

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Central Elementary News March 26

03/26/21

Dear Families,

We are thrilled with how successful our Read-a-Thon has been so far! As of today our amazing Central families have raised $12,535.00 and our students have logged 27,361 minutes of reading time! Keep up the great work!

One more week of March is Reading Month activities and one more week of Painting Kenowa Green with Mental Health Awareness. We hope you are enjoying these Spirit Days and learning as much as we are! ECC teachers are moving their things over to Central this week! Lots of exciting changes! Just three and a half more school days until Spring Break! We can feel the excitement!

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Central Elementary News March 19

03/19/21

Dear Families,

Phew! Do you feel like we’re coming out of the longest hibernation in history, waking to the busiest Spring ever? Lots happening this month! Our March is Reading Month is going strong! I hope you take a moment to read with your family on Saturday. The superhero costumes that I saw in the hallways today were fantastic!

I also loved seeing all the FUNKY socks in support of the Down Syndrome Association of West Michigan. In addition to Rocking Funky Socks today, you can also make a donation to this meaningful organization.

Our Central PTO Read-a-Thon is going great! Thanks to all who are participating. Keep up the good work!

Fifth grade parents are invited to attend a Middle School informational meeting on Tuesday at 6:30 pm. The Zoom link is below. You will also find more information below about 6th grade camp and the Middle School Washington DC trip.

Remember to pass the word on to any future Kindergarten and K-Knight students. We’re holding an informational meeting on March 23rd at 6:30 pm. Zoom link can be found below or at KHPS.org/HUB.

Happy Weekend! Go Knights! Central SHINES!!

Cherie Horner, Principal

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