The following is the rationale and the considerations behind the decision on whether or not to delay or close school due to inclement weather. We know these decisions impact families throughout the District who may need to find alternative care for their children. The over-riding consideration in making these decisions is the safety of our students, staff and others in the community. Beyond that, the process becomes more complicated.
Mark your calendar for February 28th and March 2nd. Evening Parent Teacher Conferences from 4-8pm.
A parent–teacher conference is a great opportunity to: discuss your child's progress, share your child's strengths and needs, and work with the teachers to help your child do well in school.
Every winter, bad weather — snow, slush, freezing temperatures or even heavy rains — can present challenges to getting children to school. So do the illnesses such as colds, flu, fevers and earaches that often come with the winter months.
Welcome to Central Middle School, home of the Pioneers. I am the principal, Tim Sprenger.
Central Middle School is a comprehensive school that is proud of our strong academics and our positive, safe school environment. We believe that students have different learning styles and individual needs and our goal is to help ALL of our students be successful. Students have a wide range of opportunities to get involved in extracurricular activities such as band, choir, sports, Snow Pioneers, Battle of the Books, and various other clubs. We encourage our students and parents to take full advantage of everything Central has to offer.