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New Health Screener starting Tuesday 30 March

Center Street, along with Richmond Street, will be discontinuing the use of the BCHD health screener and switching over to the Ruvna health screener. Please checkout the updated Reopening Handbook for more details, and be on the lookout for a Ruvna text message with a link to the screener each morning.
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TK/Kinder Orientation 2021-2022

Click here to view the "TK/K Orientation 21-22" presentation. Look under the "Important Documents" section of the "Parents" menu for a copy of the slide deck.
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March is all about Reading at CSS

March Madness Reading Challenge, Readathon and Virtual Book Fair will light up Cougar minds this month! Click on the headline for more information.

Center Street School is a California Green Ribbon School

Center Street School has been named a California Green Ribbon School. PTA president, Tracey Miller-Zarneke and our principal, Ms. Monahan, accepted our Bronze Level award from State Superintendent of Instruction Tom Torlakson at a statewide event. Changes that we have made to our practices, including: recycling, composting, eliminating single use water bottles, planting drought tolerant gardens, encouraging walking to school and trash free lunches all contributed to our eligibility for this award. Only 17 public schools in California received the CA Green Ribbon School Award - so we feel very proud of our accomplishment. Our Green Team and all of the ecologically minded faculty, parents and staff continue to build earth consciousness in the next generation of citizens of our planet.
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Education Comes First!

Developing creative, confident, compassionate learners; poised to contribute to a dynamic world.


Our Mission

At Center Street School, we value and care for every student. Within a safe and compassionate learning environment, students take ownership in their role as scholars and are empowered to achieve at their highest level. Through creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking, children enjoy the process of becoming problem solvers and lifelong learners.