Students at Central Intermediate School have been very busy throughout the fall semester! They have completed physical fitness pre-tests while learning about the four components of physical fitness: cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility. They have participated in several large group games that focus on outcomes such as sportsmanship and teamwork while promoting age appropriate skill development. Some of our favorite fall games are Critter Ball, CIS Battle Ball, Snowball Slingshot, and Knights and Catapults. In the spring, we plan to learn about basketball, badminton, Frisbee, and Tchoukball skills. We will finish the school year off with physical fitness post-tests to measure student growth.
CIS Students Learn Sportsmanship Skills
Central High School Senior Justin Nijoka has been named a finalist for the prestigious 2018 National Merit Scholarship, becoming the first student for the Central Community School System to receive the award.
Two of the great programs offered by CCSS are the Culture Coin award and Dental Assistance courses.
Please click here to view the updated 2017-18 CCSS calendar.
Congratulations to our staff members for working so diligently to build our culture!
CHS Talented Visual Arts students produce a variety of artworks that stretch their skills and creativity while incorporating fundamentals of design, such as line, shape, form, value, pattern, and color, to create engaging compositions.
Field hockey is one of the many sports our little ones are introduced to at Bellingrath Hills Elementary.
Christian Thompson, Senior Percussionist at Central High School, was selected for the 2017 LMEA All State Jazz Ensemble.
Drew Lasseigne and Keenan Leachman were named to the All-District First Team. Kaleb Batiste, Parker Evans, and J'Airus Moore garnered Second Team honors. Additionally, a number of student-athletes were awarded honorable mention.
CIS Talented Visual Art students progress their existing talents through the practice of different mediums, techniques, and creative instruction.
Tanglewood students are working as a team to slingshot balls to reach their maximum distance.