Congratulations to our August value winner, Andrea!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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Celebrating Dot day in Mrs. Maple's class! Dot day is inspired by Peter Reynold's book "The Dot" where a student learns the importance of embracing the unknown, failure, and the courage to be yourself. What a great lesson!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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5th graders enjoying their trip to the Imagination Lab this month!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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Learning all about Matter, Properties, and Reactions in 5th grade Science!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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3rd grade exploring different hands-on experiences at their September Odyssey at the Imagination Lab!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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1st grade STEM projects!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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Twinning!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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Mrs. Schroeder’s math class creating anchor charts using the different multiplication strategies to display in the classroom!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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As their learned about text features in non-fiction texts, 3rd graders worked on making their own All About Me Text Features Book.
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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High Five for Heroes
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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3rd grade learning about the Scientific Method with their Marker Madness experiment!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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Kindergarten enjoyed their field trip to Beasley's Apple Orchard yesterday!
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We are SO grateful for our amazingly supportive Central PTO! Throughout the entire month of September, they're stocking the teachers lounge with all sorts of wonderful goodies! Thanks, PTO!
10 months ago, Central Elementary
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Just a reminder--All Plainfield Schools (except LQA Full-Day preschool) are CLOSED on Tuesday, September 5, 2023. ALL SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2023 in observance of Labor Day. We'll see everyone back on Wednesday! Enjoy the beautiful weather this weekend!
11 months ago, Brooke Orner
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Last Thursday when it was H-O-T outside, 3rd graders did an experiment as a culmination to their unit of learning about the Scientific Method. Was the temperature really hot enough to melt the crayons? Although most of the students hypothesized yes, turns out crayons don't start to melt until it is at least 105°! No melted crayons but a great experiment!
11 months ago, Central Elementary
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2nd grade used picture books with Teddy Bears as the characters to teach some reading skills and the end culmination was a Teddy Bear sleepover. Students took home invitations and got to bring their stuffies for a sleepover. Turns out the stuffies had quite the party while sleeping over at school!
11 months ago, Central Elementary
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Phonics and word work practice with cheerios in 1st grade!
11 months ago, Central Elementary
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After reading "Rosie Revere, Engineer" 3rd graders in Mrs. Todd's class tried their hands at being engineers while collaborating with each other to create!
11 months ago, Central Elementary
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5th grade in Mrs. Mosier's class!
11 months ago, Central Elementary
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Central Robotics Parent Meeting! Wednesday, August 30th at 5:30 in the cafe!
11 months ago, Central Elementary
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