Geo Bee

The National Geographic Bee is held in schools all over the United States to help students become curious about the world around them. In early January, classroom bees were held in the fifth grade. The thirty top winners then competed in the semi-finals on January 22. The semi-final competition resulted in the field being narrowed down to ten students. These ten finalists participated in the school-wide National Geographic Bee on January 29th. 

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Hour of Code

For the last two weeks students at CIS have been leaving computer class with a big smile on their face after completing the Hour of Code. The Hour of Code is a global movement by Computer Science Education Week and reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries through a one-hour introduction to computer science and computer programming.

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Spelling Bee

Last year the student representing CIS won second place in regionals. Our school winners this year are first place winner, Annalyn D. and second place winner, Audie G. Congratulations and best of luck to both of the contestants.

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Order Your Yearbook

There's no school year like your school year. Your yearbook celebrates a year full of friends, events and shared experiences. It's a place where your friends can jot down shared memories, too. Purchase one today; have memories on hand for a lifetime. Go to Josten to order yours.

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Central Intermediate School, commonly known as CIS, is located in the community of Central. CIS is part of the Central Community School System. Not only do students receive enhanced academic instruction but they also obtain lessons in art, music, band, physical education, computer techniques, computer keyboarding, Spanish, and library. CIS offers gifted and talented classes, before and after school enrichment classes, math and reading intervention, guidance classes, DARE instruction, and EL interventions and instruction. 5th grade students may join the 4H club and, if qualified, may join the National Jr. Beta Club. All students have the opportunity to be a part of the Wildcat Honor Society – Top Cats by earning qualified LEAP test results. The CIS Student Council has representatives from all grade levels. All teachers and paraprofessionals are highly qualified and dedicated educators. CIS partners with local universities to provide students majoring in education with the mentorship and experience they will need to become

School Hours

8:15 am - 3:15 pm
Students are not allowed on campus until 7:50 am.
Car riders must be here by 8:05 am to eat breakfast.
Class begins at 8:15 am
Dismissal is 3:15 pm.
No checkouts after 3:00 pm.