Community Exploration Grades 4-5 & Career Development Grade 6

Introducing and apply scenarios of "Bring Your "A" Game to Work"

ATTITUDE: Staying positive in every situation.  Take control of the way you react.

ATTENDANCE:  Showing you’re reliable in every phase of your life.  Be on time, every time.

APPEARANCE: being professional both in the way you act, and the way you look.  Choose to be a pro.

AMBITION:  Taking initiative and adding value.  Do more than the minimum.

ACCOUNTABILITY:  Living honestly and having integrity with every decision you make.  Refuse to rationalize bad decisions.

ACCEPTANCE:  Having respect and following direction.  Be coachable and play by the rules.

APPRECIATION: Demonstrating your gratitude towards others.  Provide selfless service.

Community Exploration

4th Grade

Visit Kingwood Center Gardens

5th Grade

Visit DRM Productions, the Carousel Works, the Richland Carrousel Park

6th Grade

Visit Mid-Ohio Educational Center Career Exploration Day hosted by Richland Chamber Workforce Development and SPARC.

Visit Crossroads and School Speciality. 


Career Development

6th Grade

Ohio Means Jobs - We will use the K-12 portion of this site to begin introducing students to careers and education requirements for those careers. In sixth grade, we will set up their account and introduce them to the site and the use of the book bag feature for saving their career interests. Students will take a learning style survey to discover how they learn.  Discussions will be held on how their learning style impacts learning in school and for their future. 

RESOURCES

        Click here to access the Student Learning Style assessment:  Take Assessment

Career Trees

Praise Video

Community Exploration for Central Grades K - 4

Introducing and apply scenarios of "Bring Your "A" Game to Work"

ATTITUDE: Staying positive in every situation.  Take control of the way you react.

ATTENDANCE:  Showing you’re reliable in every phase of your life.  Be on time, every time.

APPEARANCE: being professional both in the way you act, and the way you look.  Choose to be a pro.

AMBITION:  Taking initiative and adding value.  Do more than the minimum.

ACCOUNTABILITY:  Living honestly and having integrity with every decision you make.  Refuse to rationalize bad decisions.

ACCEPTANCE:  Having respect and following direction.  Be coachable and play by the rules.

APPRECIATION: Demonstrating your gratitude towards others.  Provide selfless service.

All grades at Central participate in Safety Days at the end of the year. The students participate in challenges by the Fire Department, Lexington Police Department, State Highway Patrol, State Department of Natural Resources, Care Bear Helicopter Flight and many more affliates.

Kindergarten

During kindergarten screening, parents will hear how the use of Positive Praise, Embracing Mistakes, and Assigning Chores has a huge impact on their child’s work ethic development which in turn results in them reaching their potential in every arena of their life.

1st Grade

Visit Wayne's Country Market

2nd Grade

Visit Raemelton Therapeutic Equestrian Center

3rd Grade

Visit Richland County Solid Waste District

4th Grade

Visit State House

RESOURCES

Career Trees

Praise Video

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The following “new” graduation requirements will begin with this year’s freshmen (Class of 2018). Further information can be found on the Ohio Department of Education website by following this link http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/What-s-Happening-with-Ohio-s-Graduation-Requiremen/Latest-Updates-on-Graduation-Requirements/Graduation-Requirements-Frequently-Asked-Questions

 

GradRequirements

To all Informed Teens members: A reminder of the meeting tomorrow morning at 7:10 in Room 229. Please be prompt as we have important planning to do for upcoming events.

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Photo by: Ellen

The boys' varsity soccer team improved their record to 4-3 on the season with an impressive 5-0 home victory over Madison. The Minutemen pulled out to an early 3-0 lead in the first half and never surrendered the lead. The boys will endure a couple road matches before returning home on September 20th vs. West Holmes

You must log into your account on the Progress Book Parent Access Web Site to subscribe to alerts that may be available.  Alerts should go out on Wednesday.

1.  On the Manage Alerts section of the My Account tab, select the Check box next to the alert you want to receive for each of your children associated with your account.

2.  Type the email address you want the alerts to be sent to, in the Email address field.  (You can have up to four email addresses, and you can change them at any time).

3. Click Save.

If you have problems, there is a "Help" file at the top of the Parent Access webpage.

 

To all students interested in taking part in the upcoming Fall Play, The Crucible, please come to the auditorium today after school for auditions. This includes all of the underclassmen and not just the seniors. A special program has been designed for the underclassmen, and it will be exciting! See you there!