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    Beta Club Induction

    Congratulations to all our students who will be inducted into the National Beta Club and the National Junior Beta Club on Monday, March 19 at 9:00 a.m.

    Congratulations to our District Literary Rally winners!

    On February 24 students from Central Private attended the District Literary Rally held at Southeastern Louisiana University. Several of our students earned District and State Qualifier status.  Congratulations students!  Read More

    Student Art Show

    The Student Art Council is sponsoring an art show the week of March 12 in the elementary gym.  The art show will feature upcoming artist from the elementary school, art pieces from Art I, II, III, & IV and AP Art.  A reception will be held on March 12th. Read More


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    What better way to learn about the letter P than with pancakes? Mrs. Kim's K3 friends enjoying a pancake treat.

    Mrs. Shelton's first graders created their first ‘realism’ charcoal portraits during their art class with Ms. Angel. The before and after sketches were amazing!

    National Signing Day - Congratulations to Cole Averette as he signs with Houston Baptist University on a football scholarship!

    K3-K5 classes celebrated the 100th day of school with a parade. They proudly showed off their 100th day decorations as they paraded down school halls. Thank you to the Jr. Beta members for their help!

    CP was proudly represented in the MAIS State Reading Fair by fifth graders Ava Buxton, Cale McDonald and Clint Shar, and fourth grader Alex Dean. Alex Dean did an exceptional job and placed 3rd overall!

    Mrs. Angel's 2nd-6th grade art installation, in the hallway, entitled “We put our hearts into art”. Students sketch a mini-scene and creatively substitute hearts: watermelon seeds, fish scales, musical notes.

    Mrs. Mulrooney's 6th grade science class made Oobleck today. It is a substance that is both a liquid and a solid from the Dr. Seuss book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck, where a green substance fell from the sky.

    Art I & II students turn the art room into a print shop! Students are studying various printmaking techniques, and designing T-shirts to wear for free dress day

    Support CP

    50th Anniversary Celebration
    In celebration of CP’s 50th anniversary, we would like to invite past and present employees, board members, and anyone that has worked at CP in any capacity to a reception in your honor on April 15, 2:00pm-5:00pm
    3rd Annual CPS Smokin' Guns Giveaway
    Congratulations to ticket holder #704 for being the 11th of 52 winners of our 2018 CPAC Smokin' Gun Giveaway
    Central Private Athletics Club
    CPAC supports the athletic programs of the school.  Meetings are held on the first Monday of each month in the elementary library at 6:00 p.m. 
    Central Private Parents Club

    CPPC encourages participation of all parents and teachers associated with CP, at all grade levels. Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month in the elementary library at 5:30 P.M.