Announcements


After Winter Break, it is mandatory that ALL students wear their ID Badges.  Also, as a reminder, students will only be allowed to carry clear or mesh book bags throughout the building after break.


Need Money for College?

Filling out the FAFSA is the starting point.

FREE Application for Financial Student Aid

 Thursday, January 29, 2015

4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

**Dinner will be served to parents who RSVP**

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See attached flyer for more information.

 

FAFSAFlyer1.pdf

Click on the following link for the January edition of the Title I Newsletter

TitleInewslettercentral.pdf

2014-2015 School Start and End Times

Starts 7:40 AM - Ends 3:05 PM


Family Engagement Message

Indiana State Superintendent of Education, Glenda Ritz



Central High School has received a grade of "C" from the State Department of Education. This puts us closer to reaching our goal of an "A."  We would like to thank all of the Central High School staff for their hard work and dedication!  We would also like to recognize the parents and community as equal partners in education. 

Learning for All....Whatever It Takes!


After School Tutoring

After school tutoring is offered on Mondays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 5:15. Focus areas are Algebra I and English 10 If you have questions, please call 219.391.4000. 

Tutoría Después de la Escuela
Tutoría después de la escuela Tutoría esta semana el Lunes a Jueves a 3:15-5:15. Las áreas de enfoque son Álgebra I e Inglés 10. Si tiene alguna pregunta , por favor llame al 219.391.4000.

                                                     


District Bulletin

“EAST CHICAGO SCHOOLS ARE MAKING PROGRESS!"

Through the hard work of all the staff, Superintendent Dr. Joe and the School City Board of Trustees: President Jesse Gomez, Vice President Terence Hill, Secretary Mariecruz Perez, Frank Rivera, Joel Rodriguez, Stacy Winfield, Drake Morris, Kenny Monroe and Stephanie Ramos, the School City of East Chicago is making marked improvement.

 

click for full story 

EastChicagoSchoolsMakingProgress.pdf

Designed to motivate students to complete high school on time and to pursue higher education, the Ford Motor Company Fund program targets high schools with a significant Latino student population and brings Ford Fund educational initiatives and partnerships to a community to create a deep impact. In Chicago, the Tour will be implemented in seven schools through partnerships with ASPIRA Illinois and the U.S. Hispanic Leadership Institute.

The Tour includes financial assistance through scholarships and grants; high energy, motivational student assemblies; and a contest in which thousands of students are invited to share their dreams.

https://www.fordscholars.org/ford-driving-dreams-tour




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