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Central District and Curriculum
The public schools in Central Louisiana are part of the Central Community School System. To help students reach their potential the school system provides a strong academic program in addition to classes in physical education, art, music, and technology. The Central Community School System like all school districts within the state of Louisiana is implementing the Common Core Curriculum. Common Core provides students with evidence based standards for learning with an emphasis on learning skills that will stand students in good stead for both college and the workforce. The school system also partners with local colleges to provide additional educational opportunities.
We currently cover the following Central-area school district: Central Community School System.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Central District Curriculum
In English and Language Arts, students focus on learning to read, write, speak and listen. Reading material includes both informational text such as might be found on the job and great literature. Students are helped to develop skills such as critical analysis and evidence based reading. The program is progressive with students building on their skills year by year. The English and Language Arts literacy standards are also applied to other coursework.
In Mathematics, the Common Core Curriculum is based on students learning core math functions in depth so that they can apply what they have learned in real life conditions and in college. These core subjects include computation, algebra, geometry, statistics, proportional reasoning and measurement. Each year the math work in these areas becomes progressively more difficult so that students can be mathematically literate and confident in their math skills by the time they graduate high school.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Central Educational News
- Leader in Me - Central High School participates in the Leader in Me initiative recognizing student leadership every six weeks. At Central High School the program is known as Leaders Among Us and the leaders are chosen from nominations made by the community, teachers, staff and students and parents. Recommendations are based on how well students represent the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People program.
- Red Ribbon Week - The Beta Club at Central Middle School recently sponsored Red Ribbon Week at the school. Red Ribbon Week a campaign from National Family Partnership is the oldest and most well known of national drug prevention programs. Participants wear red ribbons to represent their unity against drug abuse. The Central School program included dress days including the wearing of crazy socks and neon from head to toe.
- Book Fair - The 2013 Book Fair was recently held in the library at Tanglewood Elementary School in the Central Community School System. The fair included new children’s books from a variety of book publishers. Parents received copies of book fair catalogs in advance of the fair and students were able to create wish lists to give to their parents. Students had the opportunity to preview the book fair on the Friday before it opened.
Central Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: From the Top
If your child is interested in music and plays an instrument they may want to check out the website called From the Top. From the Top is an organization dedicated to the performance of classical music for young musicians. The organization helps showcase top young musicians in live and radio concerts and offers scholarships to budding musicians. On the From the Top website young people will find a blog called the Green Room where students can have contact with other young musicians, the Student Lounge, the Hall of Fame and the Answer Zone. There is also information on how to get on the NPR show From the Top.