Carl Edwards visited CIS today to speak with the students about always doing their best and following their dreams. He even shared some great stories!
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About Tracy Evans
Mrs. Tracy Evans graduated from MU with a Masters in Education with emphasis in Literacy. She is married and has two children, a son and daughter. One of her favorite pastimes is following sports including high school, college, and professional. Other hobbies include reading, fishing, and traveling.
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During CIS Library Time, groups of 5th graders were given the following items: 2 sheets of green paper, 4 craft sticks, glue stick, scissors, and tape. The only instructions were to create a 3D tree that would stand on its own. Enjoy their creation s!
The Centralia Intermediate School’s 10th Annual Veterans Day Assembly was today. Thank You Veterans!
Timothy Schmidt from the KOMU 8 Weather Team presented to the 5th Grade students on Friday. His presentation ties in with the weather unit they are studying in Science.
Grandparent’s Breakfast had a huge turnout!
CIS will be hosting a Book Fair on October 22-25th in the library. The link to the Fair is: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/centraliaintrsch1
CIS McTeacher’s Night will be held on Tuesday, October 2nd from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at the Centralia McDonalds location. McTeacher’s Night is a fundraising program in which teachers are asked to “work” to raise money for a designated school related cause. CIS is working to raise money for the CTA (Centralia Teachers Association) scholarship fund. The […]
5th graders enjoying Makerspace stations, which include Art, Technology, Team Games, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), and Reading during library time at CIS! Technology Reading Art STEM Team Games Art STEM
CIS 5th graders celebrated Earth Day by cleaning up the outdoor classroom.
5th Grade Exploratory students researched a decade. They presented information about fashion, music, food, inventions, politics, famous people, etc… This group chose to dress up as they represented the 70’s.
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