Central Elementary


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Guthrie Public Schools District Goal:  
"In relation to student achievement it is the goal of the Guthrie Public Schools that each student will achieve immediate growth on each benchmark, MAP and state OCCT assessment.  Students will track their individual growth by each state standard assessed and be able to verbalize specific standard based growth."
Central Elementary Vision Statement 2015-2016:
 Central Elementary has been a successful school over the past several years.  However, there are some curricula and instructional methods that need fine tuned and that will be the goal over the upcoming school year.  Our overall plan is to improve differentiated instruction, discover and utilize unique ways to involve community and parents to help our students be successful, and to decrease the percentage of students who are absent and tardy.  We feel as a team that by focusing on the above areas we will see improvement in student performance over the course of the year.
Our Attendance goal this year will be 95% (See the Attendance Incentive section under the Administration tab for more information).

    Starting next week, Guthrie Public Schools will begin its summer feeding program. This program provides a free
    breakfast from 8:00‐8:45 a.m. and lunch from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday to anyone
    under the age of 18 regardless of their family income. The meals are available at Guthrie Upper Elementary School
    located at 1615 N. Walnut and will run through the month of June.
    All administrative offices throughout the district will begin summer hours on June 6th as well. Those hours will
    generally be 7:00 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. Monday‐Thursday. This schedule will not affect the summer feeding
    program or any summer school activities. The regular five day per week schedule will resume on August 1st.

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  •  summer sun  Summer break is  almost here, but your child's brain should never go on vacation!  Click on our "Intervention" tab at the top of this page, select "Reading Intervention" from the drop down menu, then select "Literacy News Articles" on the left-hand side of the page for useful tips on helping your child become a better reader this summer.

      I love school boy Parents of incoming First Graders, here are ideas to help your child start school next year ready to be successful. Have Fun!! 

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  • soupbox tops Please save Box Tops for Education and Campbell's Soup labels to help us raise money for our school.  Box tops and labels can be given to your child's teacher.

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