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Counselors

Counselors of Center Point-Urbana CSD Jill Jirak, Preschool & Primary Counselorjjirak@cpuschools.org (319) 849-1102 ext 9-5606 Jill Fair, Intermediate Counselorjfair@cpuschools.org (319) 849-1102 ext 9-4107 Cory Graven, Middle School Counselorcgraven@cpuschools.org (319) 849-1102 ext 9-3130 Carmen Stenger, High School Counselorcstenger@cpuschools.org (319) 849-1102 ext 9-1002 Ryan Topliff, High School Counselorrtopliff@cpuschools.org (319) 849-1102 ext 9-1214 CPU K-12 Counseling Mission Statement…

Free & Reduced Meals – Information

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Positive Behavior Supports (PBIS)

PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Supports) is a comprehensive, school-wide approach to creating a consistent, predictable, safe, and positive school environment.  The approach also offers a consistent plan to address behavior challenges. The Center Point–Urbana School District is a PK-12 active participant in this approach. CPU has implemented the PBIS Approach since 2012.  The basic premise for the PBIS approach is…

Employment

Welcome to the CPU CSD Employment/Human Resources page! First, why CPU? Click HERE! The Center Point-Urbana CSD is committed to recruiting and retaining staff who are  highly skilled and dedicated individuals.  Moreover, we actively seek out individuals who are committed to every student thriving in a 21st century learning environment. Simply put, the success and overall…

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Departments

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Library

Welcome to the Center Point-Urbana High School library! Online Library Catalog GWAEA Online Services Mackin VIA Teacher Librarian Amy Grundmeyer, x92014agrundmeyer@cpuschools.org…

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Return To Learn Plan

An LEA receiving an allocation of funds through the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Elementary and Secondary Emergency Relief (ESSER) formula is required to develop a plan for the safe return to in-person instruction and the continuity of services plan. This plan is to be regularly reviewed and, as appropriate, revised no less frequently than every six months throughout the program…

2022-23 Parent-Teacher Conferences Feedback Survey Results

Please see the link to the Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 results of the CPU Parent-Teacher Conferences Survey. A big THANK YOU to the 400+ stakeholders who took the survey! The district’s goal is to continuously improve and are thankful for the feedback that shows noticeable growth and improvement from Fall to Spring. https://cpuschools.org/app/uploads/2023/03/2022-23-CPU-PTC-Survey-Feedback-1.pdf…