— Mark Putnam, Central College president
“A Central teacher is well prepared and in demand, not only in our state, but across the country. When I talk with superintendents and principals, they tell me a Central teacher is the best hire they can make.”
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Central Educational Center provides equal opportunity in its programs, activities, and employment
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ALL schools in the Madison County School System have been approved for a USDA waiver allowing us to provide breakfast and lunch meals for virtual, remote, and traditional learners at no cost to families. We are approved beginning Thursday, Sept. 3 and ending December 31. Please continue to complete and submit applications for free and reduced meals as usual so correct statuses will be in place when the waiver ends. Please watch for more information from local schools.
— This applies to ALL students(full price, reduced, and free) under 18 years old
— Meals may be picked up at any MCSS school.
— If you have children in multiple schools, you may pick up all meals at one school. You do not have to travel to each school.
Continuing Education is located in the lowest level of Broadway Edison Building (by the Harvard Avenue entrance below the Atrium).
Seattle Central College’s Continuing Education program offers engaging classes for community members. We offer high quality, affordable and relevant educational opportunities, designed to meet the evolving needs of our community and to utilize college resources for community members.