We at Central Intermediate School, in partnership with family and community, are dedicated to providing a safe, caring environment where diverse learners can be successful, have opportunities to reach their maximum potential, and acquire the skills to become productive members of society as well as life-long learners.
Central Red Ribbon Week
October 27-31 is Red Ribbon Week! This is a week for everyone in our school to celebrate their commitment to staying drug free. Central School students and staff are encouraged to celebrate by being part of our Red Ribbon Week dress-up days. Each day of Red Ribbon Week, we will have a drawing. The name of one student from each class will be drawn and if that student is dressed up, s/he gets a prize. Also, each day the class with the highest percentage of dressed up students will get a Red Ribbon Week prize! (If more than one class ties for dress up days, we will put the name of each winning class in a hat and draw one class that will get prizes that day.)
Monday, October 27
Show that you relax without using drugs. Come to school in your comfiest pajamas today.
Tuesday, October 28
TEAM SPIRIT DAY
Be part of the drug-free team! Wear clothes today with the name of your favorite team or your favorite team’s colors.
Wednesday, October 29
Celebrate Red Ribbon Week by wearing as much red as you can today.
Thursday, October 30
CRAZY HAIR DAY
Show that you can be wild and crazy without using drugs. Be creative and come to
school with the wackiest hairdo you can think of.
Friday, October 31
SAY “BOO” TO DRUGS DAY
Show that you want to be drug free by wearing a fun costume to school and saying
“BOO” to drugs.
Hello CAP Families,
We have to put a few items in place regarding the CAP program for this year. Payment must be received prior to the dates you want your child/children to participate. If you pay for one day, two days or the entire week, that money goes for those designated days. If your child does not attend one of the days paid for, that money does not carry over nor is it refunded. This follows the same procedures as the day care providers.The money is used to pay for trips, snacks, items for clubs and program staff wages. There is a huge bonus to the CAP program here at Central and that is that the entire CAP staff are certified teachers at Central School.
Thank you for understanding,
Principal Central Intermediate School
CHAMPS Coordinator K-8
Mentoring Oneida County Kids Coordinator
After School (Intramurals) Program Director 4-6