Mrs. Cooke, Mrs. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Duguid and Mrs. Bowles held a combined holiday party today. Students made reindeer food, colored, played bingo, decorated cookies, made bead wreathes and glittery crafts. A lot of fun was had. Thank you parents who helped make it a success.
about 1 month ago, Central Elementary
2 students wearing red and green standing behind a white bin full of red beads.
2 female students holding a red container of frosting over a green plate with a cookie shaped like a wreath on it.
table with many students and holiday themed bingo cards.
5 female students sitting at long blue table with craft supplies in front of them.
What’s better than having one twin? Having 13 twins! Students in Ms. Elmer’s class had such a fun time celebrating Twin Day today!
about 1 month ago, Cassidy Elmer
Ms. Elmer’s students in matching shirts.
Today was a great day to be responsible with your crazy hair! There were so many crazy hair designs today. Looking forward to seeing how we respect each other by twinning on Tuesday!
about 1 month ago, Central Elementary
Young girl wearing pink sweatshirt. Blonde hair is puffed up in back with 2 toy eyes in it.
Boy in black shirt with brown hair spiked up, 2 toy eyes stuck in it and a mouth and 2 hands painted across forehead.
Girl standing next to Christmas tree, wearing red sweater with green sequin heart on it. Her brown hair is sticking up with a gold star on top and lights and ornaments wound up in it.
2 female students standing in front of Christmas tree with hair sticking up. Girl on left has blue lights mixed in her hair. Girl on right has white presents attached to hair.
Central is SOARing into break with some fun theme days. Thursday we Stayed Safe by wearing warm holiday socks. Friday was our chance to Offer Kindness to people wearing Holiday Sweaters day!
about 1 month ago, Central Elementary
bunch of students wearing tacky holiday sweaters.
Skittles Challenge with Mrs. Howard! Multiplication of fractions never tasted so sweet! Students were given a cup of skittles & asked to determine the fraction for each color of the rainbow. Then they were asked to think about 20 skittles with a series of questions that challenged the students to use their knowledge of multiplying fractions.
about 2 months ago, Central Elementary
2 male students with a paper and pile of Skittles candy of multiple colors in front of them.
2 female students at red desk with worksheet and stacks of Skittles in front of them.
female student in blue patterned shirt working on math problem with Skittles separated into piles based on color.
female student in black shirt working on math problem with Skittles separated into piles based on color.
Congratulations to our Central Elementary Lego Team #56928 on their outstanding job this weekend at the First Lego League State Championships! Team 56928 performed well in each of the 3 parts of the competition. Their robot scored 260 points, earning them 14th in the Robot Task portion of the competition. We are super proud of hard work all of our students, coaches and parents have put into making this a successful fall Lego season! We'd also like to thank Coach Brown for bringing this club back to Central this fall and finding a way to involve the 30 students that came excited for the chance to build, program and learn.
about 2 months ago, Central Elementary
7 students and 3 adults wearing red shirts sit on blue bleachers wearing medals around next.
Tomorrow night, Dec 7th, at Central Elementary our PALS organization is putting on the 5th Annual Creative Christmas Extravaganza from 5:30pm to 7pm. We hope to see you there .
about 2 months ago, Central Elementary
snowflakes falling onto a snowman and Santa, displaying information about the Creative Christmas Extravaganza
Learning in Linden! Linden Elementary students working through their math centers. #lindeneaglepride
2 months ago, Linden Community Schools
students participating in math centers at Linden Elementary
Thank you Linden! LCS Faculty Follies raises over $3,600.00 raised for our community. #lindeneaglepride
2 months ago, Linden Community Schools
large check display for donation from LCS faculty follies
Happy Holidays from the Linden Holiday Happenings Frosty Parade! #lindeneaglepride
2 months ago, Linden Community Schools
sign for paradrr
LCS Marching Band in Parade
LHS Cheerleaders in parade
parade participants
Mrs. Sulick led Mrs. Perkins', Mr. Sinn's and Mrs. O'Dell's class in reading and analyzing the story "Stone Soup". Each student brought in a small amount of an ingredient to add to the soup and they shared in eating it as a closing activity. Their veggie intake for the week may have doubled today and it was delicous learning!
2 months ago, Central Elementary
young girl wearing black sweater and blue pajamas holds book in front of her.
5 students stand in a line holding stones from their stone soup.
bunch of student crowd around several tables sharing bowls of soup.
Large pan filled with a variety of vegetables.
Get your tickets now for the Linden Faculty Follies! Show is Thursday, December 1, 2022 @ 6:30 pm
2 months ago, Linden Community Schools
Faculty Follies December 1, 2022 LHS Auditorium 6:30 pm one show only.  Tickets are on sale now at all school buildings or Linden Community Ed Office. $7 per ticket or $25 for a family of 4 $30 for a family of 5 or more.  Questions call 810-591-0415
Mrs. Perkins invited Mrs. O’Dell’s class to join them in making Buffalo skins to retell a story as a cumulative activity about Native Americans.
2 months ago, Mrs. O'Dell
Peers buddies are the best!
Look at that collaboration !
Look at that collaboration!
Crearive juices are flowing!
After reading and writing about different occupations, Mrs. O’Dell’s class had the opportunity to see a favorite community service job: firefighter! Thank you Captain Haiser!
3 months ago, Mrs. O'Dell
It’s very heavy!
Trying on actual fire equipment
Checking out the interior
Testing the hose
October's Principal Challenge was a spooky success. There were so many fun stories that our students wrote. The finalists were stories titled The Green Goblin (where a student was scared by a variety of things that turned out to be nothing until the Green Goblin appeared), No Sleeping in School (Where the mean Principal was eaten by a monster after not allowing students to sleep in school) and The Haunted House (Where a couple of adventurous kids were caught by their parents checking out a spooky abandoned house.) Great work by all our future authors!
3 months ago, Central Elementary
3 stacks of paper, 2 of them are lined paper with writing the third is a folded paper book with a green face and hands in a black window.
October's Principal Challenge was a spooky success. There were so many fun stories that our students wrote. The finalists were stories titled The Green Goblin (where a student was scared by a variety of things that turned out to be nothing until the Green Goblin appeared), No Sleeping in School (Where the mean Principal was eaten by a monster after not allowing students to sleep in school) and The Haunted House (Where a couple of adventurous kids were caught by their parents checking out a spooky abandoned house.) Great work by all our future authors!
3 months ago, Central Elementary
Congratulation Charli for being the Central Elementary student of the month! Mr. Sinn and Mrs. Perkins had some great things to say about how this rock star leads her classmates with a kind heart and humble demeanor. Great job Charli!
3 months ago, Mr. Culver
female student holding a certificate standing between her teacher and principal.
Continuous bond improvements at Linden Elementary. Thank you @LindenSchools Community. #lindeneaglepride
3 months ago, Linden Community Schools
pictures of secure interior doors, security camera and fire alarm, secure entry into building, and outdoor view of new addition to LE.
Congrats to Central students and their student council for raising 4,596 items to go to Clara’s Hope for Socktober! Mrs. Worrell’s class was the top class to bring in the most items with 1,324 items!
3 months ago, Jennifer Cooke
Central student council
items donated!
This morning (11/2) the Green diamond for high school/middle school and elementary will have a split route in the morning. Most students should expect a 5-15 minute delay in the morning from their regular pick-up times.
3 months ago, Russ Ciesielski