Welcome to Central PSO
Gifts and Goals
We are pleased to announce our 2016/2017 Gifts and Goals. By all of the generous contributions from our Central families during our fundraisers we were able to purchase these items for enhancement and enrichment for students at Central School. We thank you for your support! Items include:
Library books from Scholastic Book Fair
Hot pots for 4th grade Science Department
Rubik's Cube Education Kit
Smart Pal Guide, CD ROM, & dry erase sleeves & Double Digits game & Buzzers for 4th grade Math Department
Colored Pinnies & 5 Kids exercise bikes for Physical Education Department
5' x 6' playground sign
Brass mouthpiece puller for 5th grade Band
Daily Science Journal
Multiple books with CD & teacher guide for multiple classes ELA curriculum
Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District was one of three public school districts in the state of Ohio that was approved to sell specialty plates to benefit the social-emotional well being of its students. The new Brecksville-Broadview Heights City Schools logo license plates are now available to purchase. There is an additional cost of $40, and the school district will receive $30 back from the sale of each BBH logo license plate. You may purchase this new logo license plate at www.oplates.com or at your local deputy registrar office. When ordering, please find directions here.
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PSO Membership & Opportunities
We hope you will consider joining the PSO and/or volunteering your time at one of our PSO events throughout the year. Memberships costs only $5 for a single membership and $10 for a family membership. You may also download our PSO Membership Form and send it in via kid mail. Your membership donations help the PSO provide after school clubs and family activities throughout the year for our Central School students.
If you have not been receiving our weekly newsletter emails log onto www.centralschoolpso.com and sign up to receive them.
The police officers of Brecksville and Broadview Heights always appreciate help from the community and a good tool to use is the Safe School Helpline. If you hear anything that threatens our safety,
please call, text or email the Safe School Helpline. The Helpline
phone number is 1-800-418-6423 ext.359 or Text: 66746; then type TIPS. It's free and confidential 24 hours/7days a week. For more info, see the website www.safeschoolhelpline.com
In case of bad weather, it is important to know what to do in case school has a delayed opening. Here are the procedures specific to Central School:
●Morning bus pickup 2 hours late at the normal location
●School starts at 10:30 a.m.
●Report to homeroom
●Afternoon dismissal time as usual
Click here for information for the entire school district.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District does have a "Going Green" policy. This policy was established by the District in the 2007-2008 school year. As a PSO, we follow all District policies.
The PSO Council sends out a weekly email notifying parents about what's happening in the district. Also, each individual PSO Unit will from time to time communicate with you through emails using Constant Contact.
In compliance with this policy, no flyers will be sent home with students (exceptions: fundraising flyers).
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