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    CENTERVILLE ELEMENTARY
    JUNE NEWSLETTER

    Dear Centerville Families,

    This last month has been a busy one and I have many to thank.  Thank you to everyone who came out to support last month’s Spaghetti Supper.  What a turnout!  Thank you to our PTA for sponsoring such a wonderful night for our students.  We appreciate our parent volunteers putting in the extra time to organize the event.  What a success!

    Speaking of success, we are truly blessed to have such a kind community.  Our Walk-a-Thon raised $4,044 for our classmate.  The ramp access to his home has been installed by the students from Cape Cod Tech.  I want to acknowledge former Centerville School Council parent, Mike Ready, from Cape Cod Tech for his efforts to get this accomplished along with Mrs. Smith who championed the cause.  Our PTA supported the event with a refreshing treat after walking on such a hot day.  It is a testament to what we can all achieve together.  As Sheila Burns, my predecessor would say, “A Centerville duck never flies alone.”  She would be very proud of this accomplishment.

    The next week is filled with several fun events.  I am looking forward to spending Field Day under the water bucket, seeing the world famous “Hat Parade”, enjoying the third grade play, and celebrating third grade graduation.  Mrs. Wallace needs acknowledgment for a wonderful art show last month.  It has been busy here, but it has been a good busy!

    If our paths do not cross, please enjoy the summer, spend some time playing games, going to the beach, and reading with your child.  I look forward to seeing you again in the fall.

     

    Mr. Scheufele

     
     
       


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    Centerville Elementary School is a safe environment in which all individuals are treated with dignity and respect. Students are educated using a standards based curriculum. Our instruction utilizes best practices to meet the individual needs of all of our students academically, socially and emotionally. Staff is accountable for ensuring that all students demonstrate progress as evidenced by common grade level, district, state assessments, and individual education programs. 

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