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All Day Kindergarten
Thursday Dismissal: 1:15pm
Grades 1-3 8:05am-1:50pm
Thursday Dismissal: 1:30pm
Grades 4-6 8:05am-2:25pM
Thursday Dismissal: 1:30pm
Grades K-3 10:00am-10:15am
Grades 4-6 10:15am-10:30am
Grades K-2 11:00am-11:40am
Grades 3-4 11:40am-12:20pm (& Turansky's)
Grades 5-6 12:20pm-1:00pm
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Centralia School District had one of Orange County’s highest percentages of improvement in this year’s CAASPP results. Districtwide, 62% of students met or exceeded state English standards in 2016 compared with 52% the year before; in math, the percent of students who met the standard rose 7 points, to 53%. WAY TO GO!!
Raymond Temple experienced a 21% increase in English standards. Dr. Estela Salas-Sarmiento, Principal at the school shared that “Raymond Temple School’s 21% growth in proficiency in the area of Language arts achievements is a testament to our staff’s commitment to the District’s mission of excellence for all students, along with the motivation of our scholars and the support of the parent community.”
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To see how your school did - CLICK HERE
Centralia School District is excited to partner up with the Anaheim Union High School District in offering a music program for 4th-6th Grade Centralia GATE students! For more information and for the registration form, please see the informational flyers below or visit the GATE ORCHESTRA WEBSITE.
The Centralia Elementary School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 to place a $49 million bond measure, Measure N, on the November ballot to upgrade classrooms and labs in order to keep pace with technology and repair aging facilities to meet modern safety standards.
If passed by local voters, funding from Measure N would go towards improvements at the eight schools in the Centralia School District, which has been serving local students since 1875.
Board President Connor Traut stated, “Most Centralia schools were built more than 50 years ago and require extensive repairs and upgrades so they can continue to serve our community well for decades to come. Students really need modern science labs and access to technology to succeed in this changing world. Measure N is essential for our students’ continued success.”
“Every penny from Measure N would benefit our neighborhood schools,” said Superintendent Norma Martinez. She added, “since the State is no longer funding school facilities improvements, we needed to seek out a local solution. If we want our students to have the same opportunities as others in the region to succeed in college and career, we need to improve student access to today’s technologies and provide them with a solid background in science, math and technology. I am confident that Measure N will allow us to address identified needs in our schools so we can continue to focus on educating our children for successful futures.” For more, please see the attached press release.
It's back to school- which also means registration is now open for after school arts programs. The Arts & Learning Conservatory classes start at Miller, Dysinger, Los Coyotes, Raymond Temple and San Marino schools in September, so mark your calendars now! There will be a Parent Orientation meeting at Dysinger School on Monday, August 29 at 6 p.m. Come hear about the wonderful programs they offer and ask any questions you may have.
Students may attend any school, however transportation is not provided. There are partial scholarships available, please check with your school office for more information. Online registration is available HERE and there is a discount for early registration. For more information, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call them at 714-728-7100.
REPORT STUDENT ABSENCES
To report a student absence, please call (714) 228-3280
For more information, please call 714-228-3143
Please contact our district's Neighborhood Resource Center for various resources.
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