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Self-Serve Salad Bar for Central K-12 Students
Students and Parents: There is a self-serve salad bar available with school lunch for K-12 students. Each day this salad bar will have at least one vegetable per subgroup. The subgroups include a red & orange group, a dark green group, a bean & pean group, a starch group, and a miscellaneous group. We encourage all students to use the salad bar. School age children need 4 to 5 cups of fruits and vegetables per day. There is also a cooler full of ham, turkey, ham & turkey, egg salad, and peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, as well as turkey and ham chef salads. This cooler is available as an alternative meal option for junior high students and as an alternative or extra purchase ($1.50 per item) for high school students. Contact Jessie Kuehl, Food Service Director, if you have question.

Looking for Central Homecoming Parade Entries 
Central Homecoming Parade begins at 6:00 p.m. on October 2nd. The route runs from the school to the football field. Anyone interested in participating in the parade should contact Derek Bergan.

Central Homecoming Week: September 28th to October 4th
Lots of festivities planned for Central Homecoming:
Thursday, October 2nd - Parade, pep rally and powder puff football game
Friday, October 3rd - Pep rally w/Hall of Famer and football game
Saturday, October 4th - Homecoming dance

2014 Central Hall of Famer Christi Shaw
Congratulations to this year's Central Hall of Fame selection, Christi Shaw

6th Graders Search for Coins
The sixth grade students are searching under couch cushions, car seats, and cup holders for spare or lost change that can be put towards our "Coins to Fight Cancer" fundraiser through Thursday, October 2nd.  If you would like to get rid of that pile of coins your children tried to run through your laundry, send it to school with a 6th grader or stop by Mr. Kremer's room. Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins Wednesday, October 1st.

Family and Consumer Sciences Pampered Chef Fundraiser
The Family and Consumer Sciences Department 7th Annual Pampered Chef Fundraiser runs from October 1st-23rd. See attached for more information. 

2nd Annual Central Healthy Warrior 1K Walk on October 8th
Central students and staff are once again participating in the Central Healthy Warrior 1K Walk on Wednesday, October 8th, beginning at approximately 8:20 a.m. as part of International Walk to School Day, Live Healthy Iowa Fun Fitness Day, and Iowa's Healthiest State Initiative Walk Day. Parents, grandparents, and other community members are welcome to join this walk. See attached for more information.

Volunteers Needed: Junior High Football 
Central is looking for volunteers to help with the chains during home junior high football games on October 9th, and October 13th (one game starting at 4:00 p.m. on each date). Students may earn Silver Cord hours. Contact Mr. Yanda if interested.   

BackPack Program 2014-2015 
Central School is partnering with the Northeast Iowa Food Bank to provide the BackPack Program to students during the 2014-2015 school year. The BackPack Program is a free program that provides kid-friendly, non-perishable food for students most in need, to eat over weekends and breaks when school meals are not available. If this may be something you want for your family, see attached registration form for more information.  

Central October-November Newsletter Now Available 
Check out the October-November newsletter here.

Article of Note About Former Exchange Student at Central
Check out this article about a former exchange student at Central.

Recommend an iPad App for Our Students

Students, Staff & Families: Do you have an app you 
could recommend for our student iPads (all grade levels)? If so, click here.















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Don't Throw Away Your Empty Ink Cartridges!

Our Central School Library program receives up to $4.00 for each empty ink cartridge turned in by staff, students, parents, businesses and community members. Drop your ink cartridge(s) off in the Business Office or send to school with your child. Thank you for your support.