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  • Rock Hill Schools will have a bond referendum on May 5, 2015, to seek approval of a five-year facility improvement plan that will transform our school facilities in the areas of safety and energy efficiency; building renovations; repairs and replacements; buses and grounds; new construction and technology upgrades.The referendum is in the amount of $110 million, but there will be NO TAX INCREASE for taxpayers. Information on the referendum and how schools will benefit can be found at http://www.rock-hill.k12.sc.us/community/2015schoolbondreferendum.aspx. More

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Living Things

Living Things

Students at Central learn the basic needs of living things by engaging in hands-on learning experiences with authentic organisms and materials.

Creative Literacy

Creative Literacy

Using the "Letter Monster" to learn our letters!

Handwriting

Handwriting

We are using the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum to teach handwriting at Central. This program puts a strong emphasis on guiding students' activities to help them improve fine motor skills and create a deep understanding of letter formation.

Shape Study

Shape Study

Two buddies in Ms. Williams' class work together to sort shapes.

Hi-Tech Gala

Hi-Tech Gala

Mark Edwards, speaker for the Rock Hill Schools Hi-Tech Gala, talks with several Central teachers. Dr. Edwards was recently named National Superintendent of the Year by AASA and is considered a pioneer of 1 to 1 computing in public schools.

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