January is National Mentoring Month and we are seeking dedicated mentors to commit to spending at least 30 minutes with one of our students once a week. Research shows that mentoring helps children achieve success in school and life by helping to build self-esteem, self-confidence, social values, interpersonal communication skills, and school engagement. (creativementoring.org) To become a mentor for one of Central’s students, please complete the attached application and return it to Ms. Williams or Creative Mentoring using the contact information on the application or go to http://www.cgimentor.org/ to apply online. We hope that you find the time in your schedule and space in your heart to be a Mentor to one of our Central Elementary Scholars.
Delaware Department of Justice
Bullying Prevention & School Crime Contact (Ombudsperson)
(Delaware DOE Bullying Prevention Training)
PBS Inflatable Day
Walk of Fame
School Delay/Closing Info
Please click the image above to view the Lake Forest School District Emergency Protocols.
Calling All Coders!
Code.org is a non-profit organization and website that aims to encourage people, particularly school students in the United States, to learn computer science. Students at Central experienced this software first hand this school year. Class URL’s and individual passwords were sent home with each student so they can continue to code this summer! Happy Coding!
Keep those keyboarding skills fresh over the summer break! Here are a few videos that your child may find helpful.
Check out these online keyboarding sites and practice, practice, practice!