Central Middle School

School Highlights 2016 - 2017

  • Mr. Casteel developed and introduced a newly established Art instructional unit: Ceramics
  • Ms. Luevano was selected to attend NASA space camp this summer.
  • Mr. Xavier completed the STEAM certificate program.
  • 66% of newcomer ELL students transitioned up a level.
  • Implementation of Mock Interview Program.
  • Awarded to the Junior International Thespian Society.
  • Percentage of 8th grade students who Met or Exceeded their Projected RIT:
  • 87.5% with the highest MAP Score of 250.
  • 92.9% with the highest MAP Score of 269.
  • 59.1% with the highest MAP Score of 260.
  • Overall, 78% of students Met or Exceeded their Projected RIT.
  • 100% completion on career cruising
  • BISP Training
  • Mrs. Reno received the outstanding secondary science teacher award from Kansas State for the second time in her career (last was in 2015). She is also a finalist in the presidential award for math/science!
  • Students received a 3rd place award in the Caryons to CAD competition.
  • 75% Winter MAP 8th reading classes growth

Central Middle's Mission Statement

Students will learn to compete in a global society through the use of collaboration, real world learning situations and by developing critical thinking skills.

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