October 5 20172017 Student Showcase
October 5, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Northern Navajo Nation Fair. [Click here for more information]
October 12 2017School Board Working Session
October 12, 6:30 p.m., at the Shiprock Board Room, in Shiprock.
October 17 2017School Board Regular Session
October 17, 6:30 p.m., at Ojo Amarillo Elementary School, in Fruitland.
November 16 2017School Board Working Session
November 16, 6:30 p.m., at the Shiprock Board Room, in Shiprock.

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Bus Safety 002Back to School Safety Tips
It’s that time of year again, school is back in session. We can all do our part to ensure that students get to and from school safely by remembering these safety tips:
  • SLOW DOWN: Look for children waiting at the bus stop, walking or riding their bicycles;
  • RED flashing lights and the extended ‘STOP’ arm means traffic (in both directions) is required to stop until the lights stop flashing and the extended ‘STOP’ arm is withdrawn;
  • YELLOW flashing lights indicate the bus is preparing to stop;
  • Use caution when coming to a bus stop. Children could be running out to the bus;
  • Follow all school zone speed limits;
  • Look for crossing guards and students in cross walks;
  • Never pass a bus on the outside of a turn.

An important message from the New Mexico Public Schools Insurance Authority and Central Consolidated School District

Parents and guardians of students enrolled in the Central Consolidated School District, the Indian Education Committee has VACANCIES in:
Beclabito Chapter Naschitti Chapter
Nenahnezad Chapter Newcomb Chapter
Sanostee Chapter Shiprock Chapter
Two Grey Hills Upper Fruitland Chapter

Candidates must:

  • Be a parent or guardian of a student currently enrolled in the Central Consolidated School District, Loco Parentis;
  • NOT be employed by the Central Consolidated School District;
  • Be certified by a Navajo Nation Chapter Resolution.
Get involved! Interested parents or guardians should attend the local chapter meetings to be certified by a Chapter Resolution.
If you need assistance with a new account or have lost/forgotten your password, contact:
RegistrationNEW Pre-K to 12th grade student:
RETURNING Pre-K to 12th grade student:
For information on Pre-K Round Up and Pre-K Registration please contact Rebecca Brandt at (505) 368-4984 extension 13414.
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Shiprock, New Mexico

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Humidity: 20%
Wind: S at 18 mph
Saturday 53°F / 71°F Scattered thunderstorms
Sunday 38°F / 66°F Sunny
Monday 35°F / 65°F Mostly sunny
Tuesday 36°F / 71°F Partly cloudy
Wednesday 44°F / 71°F Scattered thunderstorms
Thursday 44°F / 71°F Scattered showers
Friday 44°F / 72°F Scattered thunderstorms

  • 2017 Student Showcase

    Strengthening Youth Through Dine Cultural TeachingCentral Consolidated School District is proud to announce that students from its 16 schools will bring their enthusiasm for education to the Northern Navajo Nation Fair on Thursday October 5, for youth day. The students and classes will perform different skills and talents during the entire day. A schedule of performing schools and classes is posted below. See you at the fair!

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  • School Supplies 2017-18

    Back to SchoolIn an effort to partner with parents for the success of students, Central Consolidated School District will purchase select school supplies for all students in the district. Parents will be responsible for the remaining supplies not provided by the Central Consolidated School District.

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  • Working at Central Schools: Donald A. Hornbecker

    Donald Hornbecker 1Story and photo by Roberto Taboada, CCSD Public Relations
    CCSD: You have worked for Central Schools for 40 years, how does that feel?
    Donald A. Hornbecker: “You know, I really enjoy what I do. I enjoy working with the students. That’s our main priority. In working with colleagues, it doesn’t feel like 40 years, they flew by. I don’t sit down and think about how long I’ve been here, I find new challenges, new adventures, and journeys, and I look forward to it. I don’t look back, I look forward.”

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  • Teaching at Central Schools: Darlene J. George

    Darlene George 1Story and photo by Roberto Taboada, CCSD Public Relations
    CCSD: You have worked for Central Schools for 40 years, how does that feel?
    Darlene J. George: “I always say that work depends on who you work with. It makes your work easier, and working with kids is how I’ve managed to work this long. I started at Mesa Elementary School, then Nizhoni Elementary School, Ruth Bond Elementary School, and Kirtland Elementary School before Judy Nelson. You are here for the kids and I see a lot of them with different backgrounds and they appreciate the teaching, the parents appreciate it too, that’s rewarding for me.”

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  • Teaching at Central Schools: Marilyn Watland-Wright

    Marilyn Watland 8Story and photo by Roberto Taboada, CCSD Public Relations
    CCSD: You have worked for Central Schools for 30 years, how does that feel?
    Marilyn Watland-Wright: “On a good day, it feels like this is something I could do forever and I absolutely love it. On a hard day, I’m glad to have my husband and my kids, and my principal and colleagues that give me support.”

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