Learning & Growing Together

District News

BackPack Program 2014-2014 
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. 

Scoreboard Operators Needed for Upcoming Football Season
Central School is looking for individuals willing to operate the scoreboard for junior high and/or high school football games. If interested, contact Dan Yanda at 

Family Time Comedy Night with Taylor Mason on September 13th
A great family show is coming to the Elkader Opera House on Saturday, 
September 13th, at 7:30 p.m. -- Family Time Comedy Night with Taylor Mason! Taylor Mason is a talented ventriloquist, comedian and musician. And student tickets are only $4.00 when purchased with an adult ticket ($18 in advance). For more information, go to Taylor Mason's website and see the attached flyer

Congratulations Central Food & Fitness Members
Congratulations to three members of Central's Food & Fitness organization who received two blue ribbons for their food nutrition projects at the Clayton County Fair. See attached photo. Congratulations!

New Library Website for Central School
Check out Central's new library website for reading and technology ideas and activities.  

New Social Host Law in Iowa
A new Social Host law assesses fines to adults who host or provide a place for teenagers under 18 years old to drink alcohol. This law pushes for a reduction in underage drinking. See attached press release for more information.  

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.

Upcoming Events

Protecting Our Students

Central School is committed to providing 
a safe environment for our students. If you experience, witness, or are aware of any form of bullying/harassment, please complete this formInformation you provide remains confidential.  

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.