About Central Elementary

Central Elementary serves students in grades K-5.  The Traditional Calendar has students beginning in August and ending in June. Students have access to a well-stocked media center and computer lab.  Music, physical education, and art are all part of the enrichment courses offered as integral parts of the curriculum.  A full time counselor is available to serve students.


Renovations and classroom additions during the past decade have facilitated a growth and expansion of Central's facilities which fully accommodate our students in a modern comfortable environment. A modern computer lab plus online access and computers in each classroom is maximized to integrate technology and learning. Students in grades 3-5 have access to online test preparation/study programs.

Central Elementary School

435 E Stadium Dr. 

Eden, NC 27288

(336) 623-8378


Student Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.

Office Hours: 7:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Grades Served: K-5

Mascot: Panther Cub

Colors: Black and Red

Administrative Staff

Principal - Mrs. Jane Frazier

Assistant Principal - Dr. Kelly Nelson


From Greensboro, NC - VIA US 29 N:

  • Take US-29 N

  • Take the NC-14/US-158 exit toward Yanceyville/Reidsvillle/Eden

  • Turn left at NC-14/US-158 W

  • Continue to follow NC-14

  • From NC Hwy. 14 turn right onto E. Stadium Drive go thru next light school on the left.


From Greensboro, NC via I-40

  • I-40 W

  • Take the NC-68 exit, Exit 210 toward High Point/Piedmont Triad Intl Airport

  • Take the ramp toward AIRPORT

  • Merge onto NC-68 N toward AIRPORT, 15.7 mi.

  • Turn Slight Left onto US-220N/ Thomas A. Burton HWY. Continue to follow US-220 N for 8.9 mi

  • Take the NC-135 ramp toward MAYODAN/EDEN, 0.3 mi

  • Turn RIGHT onto NC-135/JJWebster Hwy and continue to follow NC-135 for 9.9 mi

  • Turn slight RIGHT onto NC-770/T Clarence Stone HWY, 0.5 mi

  • Continue to follow to Washington St. 

  • Take a right onto Kings Hwy. then left onto Hwy. 14 North.

  • Take right onto E. Stadium Drive go thru next light school on left.






African- American





Letter from the Principal

Central Families,

I am honored to be your Principal this year! I look forward to a super year of learning and growing!

I am Rockingham County native and a graduate of Rockingham County Schools. I attended UNC-Chapel Hill as a NC Teaching Fellow where I got my Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education. I began teaching at Williamsburg Elementary as a Kindergarten teacher and then moved to teaching 5th grade. I earned a Master’s Degree from NC A&T while teaching. I also earned my Administration License from Appalachian State University. I served as an Assistant Principal at both Monroeton and Wentworth Elementary Schools. Last year, I was the principal at New Vision School of Math, Science, and Technology. This year as the Principal of Central, I am excited to work with each of our students and families towards educational excellence.

It is our goal at CES to offer a safe and nurturing learning environment where students are challenged to grow and learn to be the best that they can be. I look at growth and educational excellence as a team effort between students, teachers,  support staff, parents, community members and administration. Here at CES we strive to offer a differentiated approach where learning is personalized for students. We expect to see students reading, writing, thinking, talking, and doing each day.

This year, our theme is: 



Central, Where the Magic Happens!

The magic is the magic of students growing academically, emotionally, and socially. I truly believe that this Magic will happen EVERYDAY at Central Elementary!



Letter from the Assistant Principal

Greetings Central Elementary Families!

It is an honor to be a part of the Central family this year! I am very blessed to have the opportunity to work with such a talented and close knit staff, as well as, a supportive community.

As an educator, I have served in this school district for 12 years. I began my career at New Vision School of Math, Science, and Technology as a classroom teacher. In this position, I taught grades 1,2,3, and 5. During my time as a classroom teacher, I had the opportunity to attend Appalachian State University where I earned a M.Ed. in Reading Education. I also earned an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Gardner-Webb University. After completing the Doctoral Program at GWU, I served as the Instructional Coach at Draper Elementary. I am so happy to be able to join some of my fellow Draper folks this year as we embark on a new and exciting journey here at Central Elementary.

My heart is in education and I believe that all students can grow and deserve to have their unique educational needs met. I believe in fostering an environment where students, staff, and community members feel welcome and safe. I am so excited to work with Mrs. Frazier as we make this year one to remember!



Our Mission

Our Mission:

Central Elementary School creates a strong foundation for developing and educating lifelong learners who are socially responsible and globally competitive in the 21st century.

Our Vision:

Our vision at Central Elementary is to provide a safe and productive learning environment in which all students are challenged to succeed.


Our Beliefs:  

We believe that:

  • All children can learn.

  • Planning and time on task increase learning. 

  • Education is the shared responsibility of the school, family, and community.

  • Learning is for the present and for the future.

  • High expectation increases optimal learning.

Schoolwide Discipline Plan


To provide a positive safe learning environment that promotes mutual respect and cooperation. 


To promote good behavior.


PBIS Pledge:  

As a Panther Cub, I will climb high by:

  • Cooperating

  • Listening and learning

  • Insuring safety 

  • Making good decisions 

  • Being respectful and responsible



Grades K-2                                     

  1. verbal warning 

  2. time out and conference 

  3. parent contact

  4. administration intervention 

Grades 3-5

  1. verbal warning

  2. isolation and conference

  3. parent contact

  4. administration intervention

Central P.T.A.

We have an active PTA at Central Elementary, a group of dedicated volunteers who support our school by providing activities and raising funds that help all CES students. 


Have questions, comments, or concerns? Please feel free to contact us: centralptso@gmail.com


Our Role at C.E.S.

The role of the Parent Teacher Association at Central Elementary is to: 

  • Establish and maintain a working relationship among parents, school, and community.

  • Support school improvement teams

  • Promote the finest education possible for the students.

  • Expand technology and supplement equipment and supplies.

  • Increase student safety and security.

  • Develop programs and projects that will support and enrich the curriculum.

  • Raise funds for school supplies and projects that fall outside the school budget.

  • Encourage parent involvement in children's lives, education, class, and school. 

 The PTA does not:

  • Force parent participation.

  • Set policies concerning school programs.

  • Define school curriculum.

  • Control or have access to the school's budget.

  • Set educational goals, testing requirements, or compliance factors.

  • Have jurisdiction or authority over school staff, teachers, or other employees.

  • Endorse political, religious, commercial concerns 


This PTA is organized exclusively for the charitable, scientific, literary, and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code.

Executive Board 2019-20

President: Terra Flint

Vice President 1: Kim Hutchinson

Vice President 2: Jennifer Mayes

Secretary: Alicia Hairston

Treasurer: Michael Hutchinson
Reflections Chair: Jamie Lunsford

Year-Round Fundraisers


Clip Box Top labels along their dotted lines and send them in to your child's classroom or join in the monthly competition fun and submit the Box Top sheet that has been sent home.  The classroom that brings in the most Box Tops per month will win a classroom "pet."

Participating brands include: Hanes, Betty Crocker, General Mills, Ziploc, Green Giant, Yoplait, Kleenex, and Pilsbury.


All Box Tops that are turned in earn the school a written check -- all money is put towards items and programs for our CES children.


For more information visit www.boxtops4education.com



Clip labels from participating products and send in to your child's teacher.  Labels are collected throughout the year before being submitted and exchanged for points that are then traded for items to be used within the school.


Participating products include: Campbell, Bic, Glad, Pace, Danimals, Post, Spaghettios, Swanson, and V-8.  For more information visit www.labelsforeducation.com 



Collect and turn in bottle caps from any 16 oz, 20 oz, or 2 liter Coke product.

Additional points can be found on the inside of 12 and 24 packs of Coke can products.  (Look for a group of numbers inside the box.  

For more information visit www.mycokerewards.com


Turn in used ink cartridges, old phones, and electronics. We ship them off, and they ship us a check which is put to good use within out school.

For a list of items accepted and for more information visit www.cartridgesforkids



It's the FREE App that GIVES us Money!

Download the FREE App on your smart phone today.  Take a photo of your grocery receipts every time you shop and earn money for Central - It's that easy.

Find Shoparoo - Get started today! 



Your kids get a great snack and we get their trash and turn it into money! Just save empty pouches and send them in. We will collect them and exchange them for cash for the school.  It's a win-win for everyone!