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Central Elementary School
1370 Parker Ave., Tracy, CA 95376 
209.830.3303 - Main Office
209.830.3304 - FAX 



Announcements and Events

October is Parent/Teacher Conference Month
October 9th is the end of the  first trimester.
Teachers will be sending home appointment notices for parent conferences.
Conference week is October 26th – October 30th.
Mixed Bag Sale 
Mixed Bag orders are due Friday, Oct. 9.  Visit the fundraiser page for more information.
Open Enrollment
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Morning Drop Off

Kindergarteners will be dropped off at the kindergarten gate located on Parker Avenue. Grades 1-5 should be dropped off at the front door or in the car lane no earlier than 8 a.m.
Thank You for Supporting Us!



The results of the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments in English language arts/literacy and mathematics, part of the state’s California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), are scheduled to be released later this month (September 2015).  Students in grades 3-8 and grade 11 across the state took this test last spring.  It was the first statewide administration of this new test.   For more information about the assessments and the score reports that will be mailed home for all students who took the test, CLICK HERE
Los resultados de las Evaluaciones Sumativas Smarter Balanced en Lengua y Literatura en inglés y matemáticas, que forma parte del Examen de California para el Desempeño y el Avance Estudiantil (CAASPP), están programados para ser publicados a finales de este mes (septiembre de 2015). Los estudiantes en los grados 3 a 8 y el grado 11 en todo el estado tomaron esta prueba en la primavera pasada. Fue la primera administración estatal de esta nueva prueba. Para obtener más información acerca de las evaluaciones y los informes de los resultados que se enviarán a casa para todos los estudiantes que tomaron el examen HAGA CLICK AQUI


6 - College Wear Day
9 - Minimum Day-12:30 dismissal
14 - ELAC, 3:00
21 - Picture Make-Up Day
21 - Parent Academy
23 - Walk-a-thon
26 - No School - Parent/Teacher Conferences
28-30 - Minimum Days, 12:30 dismissal
26-30 - Red Ribbon Week
3 - College Wear Day
4 - Student Council Mtg, 2:30
11 - No School-Veteran's Day
13 - Spirit Day-Jeans & Bling
18 - School Site Council Mtg
19 - Parent Academy
23-27 - No School, Thanksgiving Break


Dear Parents,
Parents often ask me how they can help their children be successful in school. I recently asked some of our Central teachers and here are their suggestions.
ü  Children know that what you ask and talk about is what you care about. Ask them about what they are learning in class. Talk about the importance of education.
ü  Go through your child’s backpacks every night if possible. Do it every Friday at least.
ü  Limit computer and TV time.
ü  Have a reasonable bedtime for your children. 7:30 pm is typical for primary grades and 8:00 pm for fourth and fifth grades.
ü  Remember when you say “no” to your child, it means “no”! Stick to your rules.
ü  Encourage your child to stick with it when a task is hard. They need to keep working at it.  Remind them that success is a result of planning and hard work (not luck).
ü  Check and discuss homework with your children.
ü  Have a positive attitude about school and encourage your child to have the same attitude.
I was pleased the teachers came up with such important suggestions. I am sure you already know many of these but they are good to be reminded of. We all want the best for your children and these are way you can help us do this!
Nancy Morgan Link
 Nancy Morgan Link