Welcome to Central Elementary.
Central Elementary is located in the mountains of beautiful East Tennessee. The town's name is Wartburg, which is in Morgan County. Wartburg is approximately 50 miles west of Knoxville, TN.
The school houses Pre-K through the 5th grade with a total enrollment of around 700 students.
We are proud to create an environment which promotes academic growth and social achievement. We take pride in producing a risk free learning environment where every child can feel safe when at school. The community and family members are always welcome to become involved in the education of our students.
At Central Elementary we are working on “Building the Foundation” for the next generation!
Lunch: taco salad, Spanish rice, refried beans, vegetables & dip, salad, strawberries, juice or milk
Sexton Ford is holding a Drive One For Your School Event this Saturday April 26. For every person that stops by to take a test drive CES will earn money. Invite your family and friends to stop by on Saturday at Sexton Ford to support our school.
The BOGO Book Fair goes through Friday. Teachers, you may pick up a wish list to complete in the library. The book fair will open at 8 a.m. and close at 3:30 Monday thru Thursday and close at noon on Friday.
Wed. Winners are:
Isaiah Susak--Mrs. Hannah
Ethan Bradshaw--Mrs. Crystal
Lillian Sherwood--Mrs. Margaret
Kindergarten cap and gown pictures will be taken today.
At 9:40 this morning Mrs. Tippett needs to meet with state aides in her office.
This is the last week for this year of the After-school program.
CMS girls basketball tryouts will be on May 14 from 3:30 - 5:30.
CMS boys basketball tryouts will be held on May 12 from 4 - 6. Those who are trying out will need a physical before the tryout.
4th grade is collecting items from the faculty for Mrs. Samantha’s basket and will deliver it on Friday.
We would like to recognize students this morning who have achieved their Smart Goals. They are:
Character counts. Peacefulness is our character word for this month. Arguing is not part of peacefulness. If you and a friend are arguing, then you both have a problem. The solution will come only if both of you are willing to listen to each other and compromise. You both will benefit from the results. Listening and compromising - two great ways to practice peacefulness.
Bus Duty April 17 - 30: S. Gosnell, S. Lloyd, D. Phillips, F. Rogers, C. Tompkins, C. Ward
Bus Duty May 1 - 5: S. Aslinger, P. Bouton, B. Harlan, J. Isham, J. Jones, D. Morgan, K. Tippett