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    Summer Enrichment Opportunities for Osceola Students
    Summer is the perfect time to advance every child’s learning in a fun and engaging environment! The Osceola School District will be offering a number of programs for students this summer as enrichment opportunities.
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    Please Complete Our Climate and Inventory Surveys
    The School District of Osceola County is conducting several Spring Surveys and Inventories. We would like all parents, teachers, administration, staff members, and students to complete a short survey to find out your beliefs, experiences, and opinions about your school. Please click "Read More" for more information.
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Mrs. Sharon Hahn, Principal
Ms. Rachel Rosenbaum, Assistant Principal

Central Cougars
"Home of the Cougars"

We are R
espectful and Responsible, Optimistic,
ollaborative, Kind and Safe


Mission Statement
Central Avenue Elementary will collaborate to positively impact all students academically and socially, which will foster college and career readiness in our culturally diverse community.  


Vision Statement
Central Avenue Elementary students will be the top performing students in Osceola County.



"A life is not important except for the impact it has on other lives"
...Jackie Robinson

Student Survey

Student Inventory

Come visit our
Scholastic Book Fair
March 5-9 in the media center
For more information, click on the picture above or like our Media Center Facebook page at Facebook.
Click here for online shopping from February 24-March 9
E-Wallet is a new and safer digital way of paying for books for your child. Click here for more information!

School Improvement Plan 2017-2018

Enrollment Requirements

2017-2018 School Supply Lists

Kindergarten and 1st Grade
2nd Grade through 5th Grade

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Making an apology.

Look at the person.
Use a serious, sincere voice.
Say "I'm sorry for..." or "I want to apologize for...".
Explain how you plan to do better in the future.
Say "Thank you for listening".

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