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All Central USD 462 Schools will be closed, January 18, 2017 . This cancellation is due to a "boil water advisory" issued for Burden, by the City of Burden. All SCBL tournament action will continue as scheduled Practices for athletic teams will be determined by the coaches.
Central Schools held their annual Spelling Bee on Wednesday, January 11 th , with 20 students in 4 th through 8 th grades participating. Kristopher Harman earned first place, followed by Melissa Henderson in second place, Morgan Cook in 3 rd place, and Branden Hudson in 4 th place. These 4 students will take part in the Cowley County Spelling Bee which will be held at Central Elementary School on Wednesday, . . .
As a raffle fundraiser, the high school cheerleaders draw for one lucky winner at each home game to watch the varsity basketball games from the "best seat in the house." Not only does the winner get to sit in comfy recliners, but also gets a free candy bar and soda from the cheerleaders. Make sure to stop and buy tickets for your chance to win the best seat in the house!
As a part of our Food Service Program requirements - we are required to have a "wellness committee". You are all invited to be on the Central USD #462 Wellness Committee. Anyone interested in being a committee member - please plan to attend a short meeting on Wednesday, 1/11/17, beginning as close to 4:00-4:10 p.m. as possible, in the FACS room at the Jr/Sr high school. Additional . . .
December 5th-11th is Computer Science Education Week, an annual program dedicated to inspiring K-12 students to take an interest in computer science. Computer Science Education Week was created to raise awareness around the need to elevate computer science education at all levels and to underscore the critical role of computing in all careers. Computer programming can be practiced at home as well with all ages of kids! Go to . . .
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