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MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of CES is to provide opportunities for knowledge to all students while nurturing the skills necessary for students to become life-long learners and better understand their role as a citizen.

104 Mary Field Ave.
Centerville, TN 37033
Phone: 931-729-2212         Fax: 931-729-6094

  Jill Hunt, Principal  email: jill.hunt@hickmank12.org

Joey Chilton, Assistant Principal email: joey.chilton@hickmank12.org

From the Principal

My name is JiPrincipal Hunt CESll Hunt!  I  am the principal of Centerville Elementary School!  I am a former Centerville Elementary School  teacher who once attended elementary school here as a student at CES.  I am thrilled to help you and your child reach their fullest potential in school all while inspiring a love of learning  from an early age.  I have high expectations for our students to set them up for success in the future.  Our primary goal is to have all students reading on or above a third grade level by the end of second grade.  I believe closely related to this is instilling a love of learning in students.  WE WANT OUR STUDENTS TO LOVE LEARNING and in return LOVE SCHOOL! We believe this sets students up to be lifelong learners!   It is my hope that CES will become both you and your child’s happy place! It has a been a great school year at CES.  We are looking forward to the 2017-2018 school year!

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attendance-countsSeptember 11 – 15 was ATTENDANCE WEEK for Hickman County Schools.  Centerville Elementary had great attendance throughout the whole week and rewards/treats for each day students were present.


Students were presented with bracelets on Monday, Snow Cones on Tuesday, Bounce House/Slide time on Wednesday, Free Ice Cream coupon from Sonic on Thursday and TAPE Mrs. Hunt and Mr. Chilton to the wall on Friday!!!!!  It was a great week and we are so happy to continously have great attendance every day at CES!!!

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Centerville Elementary is thankful to have administration, faculty and staff members who believe in all students, help them to do their best and work to teach them responsibility and respectfulness.  We are excited to announce,  for the 2nd year in a row, that Centerville Elementary is a LEVEL 5 school!

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Congratulations to our entire school, but especially to our 2nd grade teachers and now 3rd grade students for performing so well on new 2nd Grade Assessment taken in May 2017. We are so proud and so excited to be able to share this news with you!!

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CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VIDEO


Upcoming Calendar of Events

  • Sept. 29 – Kindergarten Alphabet Parade
  • Oct. 4 – Fire Department Visit
  • Oct. 6 – PBS Reward Day/Rally (Bike Drawing for Perfect Attendance)
  • Oct. 9 – 13 – FALL BREAK

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  • ATTENDANCE IS VERY IMPORTANT at CES!!!  We want to remind you that attendance matters for every child in every grade, from pre-Kindergarten through high school.  Our goal for our students is to be HERE, EVERY DAY, READY, & ON TIME!!

2017-2018
CES Faculty and Staff
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Jill Hunt, Principal
Joey Chilton, Assistant Principal
Becky Harvill, Bookkeeper
Angie Osborne, Attendance SecretaryCES Office Staff

Teachers:
Amber Givens
Allison Tucker
Kathy French

Assistants:
Christie Coiner
Deborah Roberts
Jennifer Oakley
Chloe Simmons

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Kim Jenkins
Amber Kelly
Heather Martin
Dionne Primm-Yablonski
Stephanie Spitzer
Marissa Tidwell
Dana Atkinson, Educational Assistant

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Jennifer Brewer
Mandy Harrison
Christine Hoover
Lindsey Nieuwenhuis
Rita Shull
Teresa Totty
Vanessa McMullin, Educational Assistant

CES 1st Grade

Rachael Atkinson
Mendy Davis
Nychelle McKissack
Meredith Qualls
Shelda Qualls
Andrea Ragsdale
Stephanie Ragsdale
Ashley Rochelle
Lisa Barber, Educational Assistant

CES 2nd Grade

Carol Anderson
Janie Choate
Jennifer Hudgins
Mindy James
Dawn Mayberry
Cary Wright

CES Interventionists

Patricia Qualls – Art (not pictured)
Daniel Bey – Music
Tara Lawson – P.E.
Beth Copley – Guidance
Lori Cochran – Library

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Tara Gilbert, Speech
Brandy Mayberry
Kendra Mayberry
Karen Murphy
Nan Thomas, Educational Assistant
Valerie Gonzalez, Educational Assistant
Stacey Ozment, Educational Assistant

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Positive Behavior System

Centerville Elementary implements a school wide behavior matrix in accordance with a positive behavior system model.  Students will be rewarded each nine weeks for exceptional behavior, attendance, and homework completion.   Obtaining a Discipline Report automatically results in a loss of the privilege for the PBS Reward Day for that time period.  The behavior passport also includes homework responsibilities. If a child does not complete his or her homework three times within a 9 week period he or she will not be able to attend the planned rewards for that period.

PBS Paw printOur very first PBS RALLY and REWARD DAY of the 2017-2018 school year was a success!  Students enjoyed time in the gym with the Bounce House, Slide, Corn Hole games and Hula Hoop fun!!  The beautiful weather outside was great for playground fun with friends!  We are excited about our next rally before Fall Break.  We hope all students will continue to be respectful, responsible and safe in order to attend!  Parents, remember the Behavior Passport is the way students will know if they will attend (homework and behavior).

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teaching appleAt each PBS Rally/Reward Day a CES faculty/staff member is selected by the administration to be recognized for their hard work and dedication to CES.  We are so proud of each one of our staff members, it is always hard to choose!

Mrs. Lori Cochran was selected as the Employee of the Month at our first PBS Rally of the 2017-18 year.  Congrats – we are so proud and lucky to have you as our librarian – Thanks for ALL you do!

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students of the monthEach PBS Rally and Reward Day, students are selected by their teacher for being a good role model.  We recognize the students in front of the entire student body!  Congratulations to our Students of the Month!

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At Centerville Elementary, our vision is to inspire the love of learning to create self-motivated, productive and responsible citizens.  In order to accomplish this goal, we follow 3 simple rules at CES:

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Click the picture below to check out our Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe video!

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