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    Feb 25

    Dr.Seuss week K3 - 1st

    Monday - Thursday only. Details to be announced.... Read More

    Feb 25

    Book Fair

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    Feb 26

    Book Fair

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    Open House for Prospective Students

    Our annual open house for prospective students and their family members will be held on February 26 at 6:00 p.m.  Families can tour our campus, meet with administration and faculty, interact with students, and learn about the admissions process.  Read More

    Congratulations to our CP students for participating in the MAIS District Reading Fair!  

    Ryleigh Cotten, Allie Berthelot, Braelyn Walock, Levi Wilkins, Kate Sumner, Kat Gould, Briggs Peterson, and Alex Dean will advance to the State Level Reading Fair on April 4, 2019.  Click on image for all fair results. Read More

    The Book Fair is Coming!

    The Book Fair will be held in the elementary library during the week of February 25 - March 1.  Students, parents, and grandparents are invited to attend. We will have 2 family nights from 2:30 - 6:00 PM on Tuesday, Feb. 26 and Thursday, Feb. 28.

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    This month's devotion was led by Brian Duncan, an ex-NFL player for the Buffalo Bills. read more

    Mr. Jacobs' Honors Physics students completed their study of Kinetic and Potential energy by building Trebuchets! Although the record for this year was 90 yards, it didn’t beat the all-time record of 120 yards. read more

    Ms. Stone and Mrs. Farr’s second grade classes started the new year by making planets! Students named, created, and will paint their newly “discovered” planets.

    Outstanding performance at the MAIS District Spelling Bee by CP students. Congratulations to two of our students for placing 2nd in their respective divisions and for advancing to the MAIS State Spelling Bee!

    Ms. Angel's second grade art students study Paul Cezanne’s Apple still life paintings and create their own using warm and cool oil pastels.

    As Mrs. Johnson's 4th graders learned about the colonial days, they imagined that they were a colonist living in America in the 1600’s\1700’s and created an “advertisement poster” to move to their colony!

    Support CP

    4th Annual CPS Smokin' Guns Giveaway
    Congratulations to ticket holder #985 for being the 8th of 52 winners of our 2019 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. 
     
    Diamonds & Denim Gala Committee

    If you would like to volunteer with the committee, please attend the first meeting on Monday, February 25th at 5:30 pm in the Elementary Library.