Welcome to Central! I am delighted that you are part of our amazing learning community and look forward to working with you and your Stingrays. I welcome and value your positive energy and dedication to excellence for our Stingrays.
Welcoming, Engaging, Dedicated - three qualities you will receive from every staff member at Central Elementary. We walk through the doors each day to make a difference in the life of a child. Our high expectations for academic success ensure all students excel.
For the 27 years I have worked at Central Elementary, it has been a place where we come together and do great things for the benefit of our students and families.
Nothing beats the security in knowing your child is receiving not only a great education, but also that they are in great hands of educators, administrators, and staff who truly care about their physical safety & mental well-being! We love Central Elementary and are grateful for the warm sense of community they provide! #goStingRays
Personal property tax bills are arriving in mailboxes across the District and many residents are seeing increases. We want to share some information that might be helpful as you interpret your bill.
- Awards and Honors
Twenty teachers from across the Francis Howell School District were excited to find out they were selected by Cottleville Firefighters Outreach (CFO) to receive all of the items on their Amazon wish lists.
FHSD Learning Commons (school libraries) have a broad selection of books, in print and online, available for students to check out. See what our school libraries have to offer by clicking on the ‘Learning Commons’ tab on your school’s web page and then selecting ‘Find a Book’. Destiny Discover, our library management system, allows users to search the collection by entering specific book titles, authors or subjects.
Niche has just released its 2023 list of Best Schools in America, and has ranked the Francis Howell School District (FHSD) #8 in Missouri. That is the highest ranking of any school district in St. Charles County and the 7th highest in the St. Louis region.
A new state law related to sexually explicit materials in schools went into effect on August 28, 2022.