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C.L.A.S.S. (Central Learning Adult/Alternative School Site)

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EECU Wise Up2

EECU Wise Up Program at C.L.A.S.S.

EECU Wise Up Program
Students had a blast during EECU Wise Up program!
Neon Day-Red Ribbon Week
Neon Day: Red Ribbon Week
Past Decades-Red Ribbon Week

Past Decades: Red Ribbon Week

Sports Day at C.L.A.S.S.

Sports Day at C.L.A.S.S.

Sports Day

C.L.A.S.S. students loved Sports Day 

Sports Day Red Ribbon Week

Sports Day-Red Ribbon Week

Crazy Hat Day

Crazy Hat Day-Red Ribbon Week

CLASS achieves Gold Level PBIS status!

CLASS Achieves Gold Level PBIS Status!

Patterson

A visit with Assemblyman Jim Patterson

Field Trip: Bitwise Industries Nov. 2017

Field Trip: Bitwise Industries Nov. 2017

Chaffee Zoo Field Trip Nov. 2017

Chaffee Zoo Field Trip Nov. 2017

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Holiday Joy Food Drive 11/26-12/11 Featured Photo

Holiday Joy Food Drive 11/26-12/11

Our annual Holiday Joy food drive is 11/26-12/11. Bring NON-EXPIRED canned meats, fruit, veggies, soups, beans, dry pasta, rice, peanut butter, box cereal, flour & sugar. No jars of baby food. If your family needs food for the season, contact your child’s school to request a form, due Weds 12/5. For more info, click on the headline above.
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Principal's Message

Leah Spate, Principal, C.L.A.S.S.

Central Unified School District welcomes back Leah Spate as Principal of C.L.A.S.S. Leah has had a vast amount of educational experiences with over 25 years of service from preschool to adult; and general education to special education. She left Central four years ago to provide staff development for the special education department for the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools (FCSS). During her time there, she oversaw WorkAbility 1, Transition Partnership Program, opened the Kids' Cafe 2019 Restaurant, and Reedley Adult Transition Academy, all which allowed her to work with over 16 districts, business partners, and the colleges throughout the county. In addition, she oversaw classrooms from Kindergarten to adult in several school districts throughout Fresno County. Leah was able to work with a lot of fantastic individuals, departments, schools, and districts. Outside of work, Leah loves to travel (her favorite place is the beach), watch movies, and spending time with family and friends. Although she misses many FCSS people, Leah is thrilled to return to Central Unified where she has worked over half of her professional career. She looks forward to building on the foundation that remains with the quality colleagues she calls friends in Central Unified.

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