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Supt. Faulk: We Support Our Parents’ Decisions

Supt. Faulk: We Support Our Parents’ Decisions

Central Supt. Mike Faulk said it has been a busy week, as Central Middle and Central Intermediate schools have administered a con- troversial PARCC test to nearly 2,000 Central students in grades 3-8, while responding to issues raised by the fact that many students opted out. Supt. Faulk said, “The taxpayers and the parents of […]

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Tanglewood Students Stand Together

Tanglewood Students Stand Together

On the outside, Hannah Dillard appears to be a happy, healthy, giggly 2nd grader at Tanglewood in Mrs. Ensminger’s class. However, there is so much more going in that sweet little heart of hers. Hannah was diagnosed with 2:1 Atrio Ventricular Block, Torsades de Pointes, and Long QT Syndrome the day she was born. She […]

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Dual Enrollment Program at Central High

Central High School senior Tierney Rowe will enter college this fall as a sophomore with 36 hours of college credit. Tierney is not alone. This year, almost 200 CHS juniors and seniors will have earned college credit while still enrolled in high school through the Dual Enrollment (DE) program. CHS students can earn college credit […]

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Opt-Out Won’t Hurt Central School Ratings

Opt-Out Won’t Hurt Central School Ratings

In an exclusive interview with the Central Wildcat Tuesday afternoon, Board of Elemen- tary and Secondary Education chairman Chas Roemer said the board will not allow the Central Community School System to be penalized because a large number of students have opted out of PARCC tests being administered this week.     Roemer said the board […]

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Central High School DEMCO Essay Winners

Central High School DEMCO Essay Winners

Essays in the 2015 DEMCO Rural Electric Youth Tour Essay Contest were submitted from 12 schools from the seven-parish DEMCO service area.  Then 12 finalists were chosen to present their essays before a panel of judges March 3 at White Oak Plantation. Of the 12 finalists, six were from Central High! Grant Falcon, Madison Hadden, […]

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Update on Issues Facing Central School System

Here is an update on some of the issues facing the Central Community School System: •    Future of Common Core — With Gov. Jindal’s proposals on the table to repeal Common Core and replace it with Louisiana-based standards and testing, the future of Common Core is up in the air.  We really won’t know what […]

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Parents Tell Why They Opted Out

Parents Tell Why They Opted Out

Opposition to Common Core has been simmering for the past year in Central, but it came to a head over the past week, when 153 students chose to opt out of PARCC tests, which are administered as part of Common Core. Three prominent Central citizens were among parents who spoke out — Central Mayor Pro-Tem […]

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Governor Proposes Ending CC, Adopting Louisiana-Based Test

Governor Proposes Ending CC, Adopting Louisiana-Based Test

On Wednesday, Gov. Jindal announced a plan “to remove Common Core from Louisiana and replace it with high-quality Louisiana standards while ensuring that Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) contracts, Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs), and Cooperative Endeavor Agreements (CEAs) do not hand control of Louisiana schools to third-party entities or the federal government.” The […]

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Five Days of Common Core Testing

Nearly 2,000 students at Central Middle and Central Immediate schools are completing five days of tests offered as part of Common Core national standards.  The tests, which last 90 minutes each day, are known as PARCC, short for Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers. The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, […]

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How to Watch “Central Today” Friday Night

How to Watch “Central Today” Friday Night

1. For Cox Cable subscribers, tune to Cable Channel 21 at 6:30 p.m. every Friday 2. For AT&T U-Verse subscribers, tune to U-Verse Channel 99 at 6:30 p.m. every Friday 3. On your computer, iPhone, iPad, or other mobile device, go tobrgov.com/metro21/stream.asp at 6:30 p.m. every Friday

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