Welcome To Central Elementary   red school house

905 Sycamore Street
Lafayette, TN 37083
Phone:  (615) 666-3265
Fax:  (615) 666-4028 

 

What's Happening at Central? 

Labor Day (NO School) - Sept. 4th
Home Coming - Sept. 8th
Book Fair - Sept. 8th - 15th
Grandparents' Day 1:00-3:00 - Sept. 12
Parent Night 5:00-7:00 - Sept. 14
Fall Pictures - Sept. 21
Fall Parent/Teacher Conference - Sept. 27th
Make up fall pictures - Oct. 5th
Fall Break - Oct. 9th - 13th
Fire Safety Day - Oct. 17th
Halloween Bash - Oct. 31st
Fall Festival - Nov. 4th
Santa Pictures - Nov. 7th
Thanksgiving Break - Nov. 22-24
Trip to Lafayette Cinema - Dec. 7th
(3rd gr. morning, 2nd gr. afternoon)
Last Day of Fall Semester - Dec. 15th (abreviated day)


  
 

 Did You Know?????

 

 

 Parents Guide to Being TNReady
Preparing for the 2017-18 School Year 

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                                    test sheet                                           chalkboard and apple            

Macon County Schools Testing Schedule                             Central's Testing Schedule

 

 

red appleWe're glad you clicked in to see us.  We are a 2nd - 3rd grade school located in the heart of Macon County. We would love for you to check out our web site and learn more about us. Our mission at Central Elementary is to provide a safe, respectful, and caring environment in which all students have the opportunity to reach their potential socially, physically, emotionally, and intellectually. Central Elementary received accreditation from Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 2001.  If you would like to know more about SACS just click the link below. All teachers at Central Elementary School are highly qualified. Parents may request information about the qualifications of teachers and paraprofessionals who instruct their child.

 

 

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The following policies can be found in our school handbook or the MAcon County School Website:
Dress Code
Code of Behavior and Discipline
Parent Involvement
Unsafe School Choice
Internet Usage
Student Discrimination

Macon County Schools Policy

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