K-Kids is an international student-led organization that provides students in grade 3-5 with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership. Students who participate in K-Kids are encouraged to show loyalty to their school, community, and nation. The core values of K-Kids are Character Building, Leadership, Inclusiveness and Caring. In years past, we have helped the Key Club clean up Friendship Gardens, sang Christmas carols for the elderly at Sugar Grove, raised money for Riley Hospital for Kids, helped collect peanut butter for Gleaner’s, and volunteered at Central’s restaurant nights.


Any child in grades 3-5 is able to participate in this after school program, which meets one day a week.  Each week students work on stretching, breathing, eating healthy, and running during our time together. On the designated day, students will meet in the cafeteria right after school to eat a healthy snack and work on their homework under adult supervision. After about 20 minutes, supervisors and students begin activities which last about an hour. 


The cheerleading club will be offered to 2nd- 5th grade students. The kids will learn basic cheer moves, stunts, and a dance. The club will meet one day a week after school from 4 to 5 pm. We will  perform at the Central Celebrations and a high school basketball game. There will be a fee of $5 to purchase a t-shirt.


The Robotics Club at Central Elementary is open at any 5th grade student.  The Robotics club learn about electronics, programming, and digital fabrication, and to implement their knowledge in various robotics builds.
During their time, students will design, build and test their robot before competing against other elementary schools in the area in Robotics competitions.   


The Math Bowl team is open to all 4th and 5th grade students at Central Elementary.  Math Bowl is an academic team that compete against other elementary schools in the district and surrounding areas.  The competitions will consist of four rounds with each round consisting of eight multiple-choice questions.  After consulting with the other team members at the table, the team captain will answer each question by circling the chosen response on the answer sheet. At the conclusion of the allotted time, (30-60 seconds) the proctor will grade each response before the next question is read.


The Good News Club meets directly after school during the second semester and is open to all students grade K-5th. Students have a snack, a Bible lesson, sing songs, and enjoy games and activities to reinforce the lesson. Parents pick up students at 5:15 p.m.

Student Council is an extra-curricular activity for Central Elementary students in 4th and 5th grade. Our student council is made up of students elected by their peers that represent the interests of their classmates. Student Council members often help coordinate school wide projects. Members bring ideas and carry out activities that embody positivity and cheer throughout our school.