On Friday, December 6th, fifth graders participated in their DARE Graduation. The DARE program teaches kids the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Sergeant Carr has been a DARE deputy for over fifteen years. David Barrow, Central’s Mayor, also attended the graduation and explained how proud he was of the fifth grade class. He was happy to know that the students learned how to make wise decisions that will stick with them for the rest of their lives. Mr. Henry, the talented theater teacher, worked with some of our students for weeks to prepare for a Christmas Program.
Dare Graduation & Christmas Program
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Congratulations to Rachel Robertson for being chosen Central Intermediate's Teacher of the Year and also chosen Central Community School System Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Robertson is a dedicated, caring, and compassionate teacher.
Our first big projects in art were drawing self-portraits. 4th grade drew the top half of their face, holding a loose-leaf piece of paper that listed two of their goals for the year.
- Arts CIS
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These students combined with Central Middle School's sixth grade choir will perform in downtown Baton Rouge at First Baptist Church. The performance is Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 3 p.m.