Time: 9 AM – 11 AM
Have you ever been curious about how Central Unified uses funds from our state and federal budgets to support student learning? If so, please join us on Tuesday, October 15th at 6:00 pm in the District office, room 4. We will be holding our Annual Categorical Funding Meeting and would love to share information with our community and answer any questions you might have. Looking forward to seeing you all at 5652 W. Gettysburg, room 4 at 6:00 pm on October 15th!
The Central Unified Music Department is proud to present a creepy and fun evening of music with "Spooktacular", on Thursday, October 24 beginning at 6:30 pm at the Central High-East PAC. Advanced tickets are 2/$5.00 or $5.00 per person at the door. And food trucks will be on-site from 4:30-6:30 to help you with those early munchy craves. We hope to see you for a hauntingly good night of fun! For more information, please see the attached "Spooktacular" flyer.
Dress up in the theme of the day: Monday 10/28/19-Red Spirit Day, Tuesday 10/29/19-Sports Day, Wednesday 10/30/19-Western Day, Thursday 10/31/19-Favorite Book Character, Friday 11/1/19-Hat Day
If you have a student in grades 9-12, please join us for our Parent Coffee Hour to receive important information to help your student succeed. If you have questions or need more information, please call Mrs. Chavez at 559-276-5230 Ext. 53133.
Call 559.276.5230 to register!
Central Unified School District welcomes back Leah Spate as Principal, C.L.A.S.S. Leah has had a vast amount of educational experiences with over 30 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. During her time there she oversaw WorkAbility 1, Transition Partnership Program, opened the Kids’ Café 2019 Restaurant and Reedley Adult Transition Academy, all of which allowed her to work with over 16 districts, business partners, and the colleges throughout the county. In addition, she over saw classrooms from kindergarten to adult in several school districts throughout Fresno County. Leah was able to work with a myriad individuals, departments, schools, and districts. Outside of work, Leah loves to travel (her favorite place is the beach), watching stand-up comedians and movies, and spending time with family and friends. Leah is thrilled to return to Central Unified where she has worked over half of her professional career. She enjoying building on the foundation that remains with the quality colleagues she calls friends in Central Unified.
We're excited to bring you this new, welcome back edition of Central Unified's magazine Grapevine. You can discover all of the new and exciting information, features, and updates that are coming to our district in the 2019-2020 school year. And keep an eye out for our winter, 2019 issue, coming soon!