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Central Elementary School

An Awesome Academically Acceptable Campus
1001 5th Street
Palacios, Texas 77465
(361) 972-2911  Fax (361) 972-5539

 
 
 

 

 
 

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Pre-Kindergarten

1 Large Facial Tissue - family size

1 Elmer’s School Glue

6 Elmer’s Glue Sticks

1 9 x 12 (50 count) asst. Construction Paper

1 16 ct. Crayola Crayons

1 4 color pack of playdough

1 70 ct. spiral notebook

2 plastic folders w/brads & pockets

1 GIRLS ONLY - clorox wipes dispenser (35 ct.)

1 BOYS ONLY - 12 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer w/ pump

3 Dry Erase Markers

1 box Zip-Loc Gallon Bags

Please do not put student’s name on school supplies

 

Kindergarten

1 blunt 5” fiskar scissors

1 4 oz. elmer’s school glue

15 elmer’s glue sticks - small

2 white hi-polymer erasers

1 plastic school box - small 5 x 8

4 24 count crayola crayons – small

1 12 count crayola twistables colored pencils

1 pkg. yellow #2 pencils

2 boxes of kleenex tissue

1 8 count washable water colors

1 package BLACK dry erase markers

1 simple back pack - NO WHEELS PLEASE

1 10 oz. bottle hand sanitizer

1 10 count classic color washable markers

1 clorox wipes

1 GIRLS ONLY - baby wipes

1 GIRLS ONLY - gallon size zip-loc bags

1 BOYS ONLY - ZIP-LOC Sandwich bags

1 BOYS ONLY - 4 PACK Play-Doh

Please do not put student’s name on school supplies

 

First Grade

36 #2 wood pencil-USA GOLD or TICONDEROGA Brand

2 pink bevel eraser

1 plastic school box

2 120 ct. kleenex tissue

2 4 oz. elmer’s glue

12 small-6 gram elmer’s glue stick

1 blunt 5” fiskar scissors

2 24 count crayola crayons

2 Red - 70 count spiral comp. book-wide ruled-

2 Blue - 70 count spiral comp. book - wide ruled

2 Green - 70 count spiral comp. book - wide ruled

2 Yellow - 70 count spiral comp. book - wide ruled

2 Purple - 70 count spiral comp. book – wide ruled

2 Black – 70 count spiral comp. book – wide ruled

1 Nylon pencil bag, clear w/grommet 7 ½ x 10 ¼

1 pkg. 3 x 5 white unlined index cards

1 yellow highlighter

1 green pocket & brad folder

1 red pocket & brad folder

1 blue pocket & brad folder

1 purple pocket & brad folder

2 small Clorox wipes

1 notebook paper - wide ruled

1 GIRLS ONLY - gallon zip-loc bags

1 BOYS ONLY - quart zip-loc bags

1 GIRLS ONLY -12 Count Crayola Color Pencils

1 BOYS ONLY - 8 Count Crayola Markers

1 70 count composition book 1 70 count spiral composition

 

Second Grade

1 200 count wide rule filler paper

36 no. 2 wooden pencil (no mechanical pencils)

1 nylon pencil bag, clear top w/grommet 7 1/4 x 10 1/4

4 pink bevel eraser

1 plastic school box (standard size: 8 1/2 x 5 3/4 x 2 1/2)

3 200 count kleenex tissue

2 large container of clorox wipes (75 wet wipes)

4 1.41 oz/40 grams elmer’s glue stick (large)

1 sharp 5” fiskar scissors

3 24 count crayola crayons

4 red medium stick pen

4 70 count spiral notebook (wide ruled)

2 fluorescent yellow highlighters

1 green pocket & brad folder

1 red pocket & brad folder

1 blue pocket & brad folder

1 purple pocket & brad folder

1 large hand sanitizer

2 Composition Books (wide ruled)

(1) XL Extra Large Stretchy Bookcover 

*GIRLS ONLY - 1 box of gallon size ziploc bags 

*BOYS ONLY - 1 box of quart size ziploc bags

1 70 count spiral composition

 

Third Grade

3 200 count wide ruled notebook paper

3 pink pearl beveled erasers

3 100 count facial tissues

1 10 1/2 x 5 1/2 pencil bag for notebook/3 ring binder

16 small (6 gram) elmer’s glue sticks

4 70 count spiral composition book - wide ruled

36 #2 wood pencil-USA GOLD or TICONDEROGA Brand

2 7” 12 count Crayola colored pencils

1 plastic blue folders with pockets & brads

1 plastic red folders with pockets & brads

2 red checking pens/pencils

4 yellow highlighters

1 bottle of germ-X

1 1” 3-ring binder w/inside pockets

1 plastic green folder with pockets & brads

2 large stretchy book covers

2 24 count crayola crayons

1 container of clorox wipes

* GIRLS ONLY - 1 box gallon size ziploc bags

* BOYS ONLY - 1 box quart size baggies

1 70 count spiral composition

*BOYS ONLY - 1 box of quart size ziploc bags

 

1 70 count spiral composition

 
 

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CSCOPE PARENT PORTAL

Federal Report Cards for the state, the district, and each of the district’s campuses are now available.Each school district that receives Title I, Part A funding is responsible for disseminating the State, district and campus-level report cards with student achievement results, Academic Measurable Objectives, a list of priority and focus schools, teacher quality data, information on graduates enrolled in Texas Institutions of Higher Education and National Assessment of Educational Progress reports.These report cards can be found at the following link.
 

 

2013-2014 Federal Report Card

 
     
     

 

PreK.AM-40, PreK.PM-29;
Kindergarten-89; 1st-123; 2nd-110;
3rd-104 
Total Enrollment - 495

 

 


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Office Staff
 


Principal                         Assistant Principal
              Buddy Kelley                       Nancy Flores                        


Secretary                           Secretary/Peims

Belinda Rodriguez                 Nina Carpenter


  Counselor                                  Nurse           
Veronica Kacer                          Diane Koop   


 

 

 

Calendar of Events

 

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20th - Meet the Teacher

*5:00 - 6:00 *

24th - First Day of School!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2015-2016 Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Registration Announced

 

Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten registration begins at Central Elementary on

Monday, April 27, and will continue until May 7th.  We will also take registrations from

August 10 – 13.

Registration will be conducted on school days from 1:00-3:00 p.m. on MWF and 8:00-11:30 a.m. on TT.   We will not be taking any registrations on the first day of school.

 

PREKINDERGARTEN . . . The four-year-old Pre-Kindergarten program will be offered to all four-year-olds as long as space permits.  Three-year olds will continue to have to qualify for the program.  Students enrolled in the A.M. Pre-Kindergarten program will have free breakfast. Students enrolled in the PM classes who are not eligible for free and reduced meals will be able to buy lunch just as other students are currently able to do.  In order to register a four year old child for Pre-K he/she must be four years old on or before September 1, 2015.  Both four year olds and three year olds will still need to provide the (4) most recent paystubs for all income earners in the household.  Register your child as soon as possible so we can plan for next year.   Hours for PK are AM Class – 7:45-10:45 and PM Class – 11:45 – 2:45.

 

KINDERGARTEN . . . registration for new students who are not currently enrolled in PK at Central Elementary.  Head Start students must register.  Students must be 5 years old before September 1, 2015.  Hours for Kinder are 7:45 – 2:45.

 

In order to enroll in either program, you must have the following documents with you at the time of registration:

  • Courthouse Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Card-optional – state id will be assigned if they don’t have a SSN.
  • Valid Driver’s License or other form of official photo id (passport/visa)
  • Proof of Residence-has to be one of the following:  utility bill or rental/lease agreement or letter from owner

of the property where you are residing and one of the utility bills in their name.

  • Proof of Income (for 3 & 4 year old PK Program)-4 consecutive pay stubs  of ALL household wage earners
  • Immunization Record

 

Immunization requirements for Pre-Kindergarten:

  • DPT - 5 doses or 4 doses meet requirements if the 4th dose was given ON or AFTER 4TH birthday
  • Polio - 4 doses or 3 doses meet the requirement if the 3rd dose was given ON or AFTER  4TH birthday
  • MMR  - 2 doses, first dose must be given ON or AFTER 1st birthday
  • Hepatitis B - 3 doses;
  • Varicella - 2 doses, the first dose must be received ON or AFTER the 1st birthday or provide written

documentation of history of illness

  • Hepatitis A  - 2 doses, the first dose must be received ON or AFTER the 1st birthday
  • TB skin test must be after 2nd birthday; repeat if moving here from another state or

country or has been out of the country for over 30 days. TB is not a state required immunization but is required by our district.

  • Pneumococcal Vaccine – 3 doses with 1 dose ON or AFTER 12 months of age, or 2 doses with both doses

ON or AFTER 12 months of age, or 1 dose ON or AFTER 2 years of age

  • Hib – 2 doses plus a booster dose ON or AFTER 12 months of age (3 total).  If a child receives the 1st dose

at 12-14 months of age, only 1 additional dose is required (2 doses total).  Any child who has received a

single dose ON or AFTER 15 months of age meets the requirement.

 

Parent or legal guardian must also present their current Texas Driver’s license or other photo identification showing the parent or guardian’s date of birth.  

 

It is very helpful to the school if you will register your child as soon as possible so we can plan for next year. 

 

PLEASE REGISTER EARLY!

 

 

        

       

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CHARACTER COUNTS

 

Character Counts

Citizenship

HOW TO BE
A GOOD CITIZEN.

Obey laws in good faith. Do your share to improve the well-being of fellow citizens and the community. Protect the environment, volunteer, and participate in the processes of democracy by staying informed and voting.

 

               

 

  
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