September students of the month are:  Samuel, Kennedy, Brynn and Josh.  Students of the month are nominated by their teachers based on friendliness towards other students & staff, respectfulness, extra efforts displayed in the classroom,...

When will I ever have to solve a proportion in life?  That's a great question!  Students in Mrs. Julie Petersen's 8th grade math class selected a fun hat - Thinking Cap - to wear...

Intro to Business students had the opportunity to practice their sales techniques in class on Friday, September 25.  Students learned about sales tactics during the marketing unit and applied their knowledge by giving a...

Geometry proofs can be extra challenging for students.  Even parents remember solving proofs when they were in school.  Paragraph proofs and two column proofs can be simplified by making them visual with a flowchart...

The EducationQuest Foundation piloted an Apply2College Campaign in 2014-2015 where select schools would host a day or two where every senior applied to at least one college of their choice. Even if a student...

Geometry students discover yoga poses aid in their understanding. While studying congruent triangles the class was saying “Side Angle Side”. These spatial relationships can be studied while experiencing a yoga pose such as triangle or side angle. Taking...

The first family fun night was held September 24th in front of the FYI Center for Jefferson and Central School Students and Families.  Children enjoyed games, food, and dancing to music throughout the night.  

Get your flu vaccine, once a year every year. Flu season is almost here, Public Health Solutions District Health Department will be offering flu vaccine clinics for students at your school. Prior to the...

Nick Manes, Park Ranger from the Homestead National Monument in Beatrice showed many different animal skins during his "Skins and Skulls" presentation on September 22 to the Second Graders at Central.  The students were able...