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Youth Camps this Summer

Basketball & Track Camps for Boys & Girls

This June, there will be a basketball camp from June 6-9 for boys going into grades 2-8 and June 13-16 for girls going into grades 3-8. New this summer will be a Track & Field camp for both boys and girls going into grades 2-7. Wrestling and football camps will also take place later this summer, in July. Below are links to access a registration form for each of the camps. We hope to see you this summer! Lil' . . .

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The 8th grade promotion is Tuesday, May 31st at 2:00 in the auditorium.

The 8 th grade promotion is May 31 st  at 2:00 in the auditorium.  Parents and other guests are welcome to attend and may enter through the library entrance.  Please do not arrive prior to 1:30 as there are other events occurring in the MS/HS complex. Students must be in attendance during the full day to participate in the event.  Normal school dress attire is appropriate for the students.  The Nash dress . . .

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Central 5K Running to Remember...Caleb Hoggins

Register today for the June 25th race.

The registration form for the 5K Running to Remember...Caleb Hoggins is now available.  This race is in memory of Caleb and the proceeds will go to scholarships for the class of 2017.     To acquire a race application, click on this link: Running to Remember . . . Caleb Hoggins 5K Race Registration Form

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Reading Aloud Makes Literature Meaningful for Young Readers

Secrets to Maximizing the Read Aloud Process

Reading aloud to children of all ages is an excellent way to develop a love of reading and books while developing vocabulary, comprehension, and decoding skills.  The read aloud process can be enhanced by avoiding some of the common mistakes that adults often make while reading aloud to young children.   Jim Trelease is an expert in the field of reading who has written a book entitled The Read Aloud Handbook.   In his . . .

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Tradtional Schedule Returning

Central High School and Nash Middle School will be returning to a traditional schedule for the 2017-2018 school year. Around 20 years have passed since Central and Nash last had a traditional schedule. In preparation for the move, a committee of staff and administration has already begun the process of creating a timed schedule. The Central Community Unit School District #4 Board of Education has already approved an eight period day. . . .

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