The topological center of the spectrum of the Weyl algebra$W$, i.e. the norm closure of the algebra generated by the set of functions $\{n\mapsto\lambda^{n^{i}};\lambda\in\mathbb{T}\mbox{ and }i\in\mathbb {N}\}$ , is characterized in a recent paper by$Jabbari$and$Namioka$(Ellis group and the topological center of the flow generated by the map $n\mapsto \lambda^{n^{k}}$ , to appear in$Milan J. Math.$). By the techniques essentially used in the cited paper, the topological center of the spectrum of the subalgebra$W$_{$k$}, the norm closure of the algebra generated by the set of functions $\{n\mapsto\lambda^{n^{i}};\lambda\in\mathbb{T}\mbox{ and }i=0,1,2,\ldots,k\}$ , will be characterized, for all$k$∈ℕ. Also an example of a non-minimal dynamical system, with the enveloping semigroup Σ, for which the set of all continuous elements of Σ is not equal to the topological center of Σ, is given.