Governor Announces Safe Learning Plan for Reopening Schools

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Questions about the Reopening Plan for Centennial Schools?

August 14, 2020

Do you have questions about the reopening plan? We've compiled a Frequently Asked Questions list to help get families ready for back-to-school.

Sign Up for Full-time Distance Learning by August 18

August 14, 2020

Centennial is offering a full-time distance learning option for families if they choose to have their students learn from home this fall. Sign up deadline is August 18, 10:00pm. Note the change in sign-up date (from August 21 to August 18).

School Board Approves Hybrid Learning Model

August 06, 2020

Students will return to school this fall, learning in-person two days per week and learning remotely the other three.

Student Learning to be Supported with Loaned Devices for the New School Year

July 14, 2020

The District received one-time federal dollars through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act for the purchase of Chromebooks for students in grades 6-12 to help support learning during these unprecedented times. The School Board approved the purchase of the devices at the July 13, 2020 board meeting.

Talking with Your Student About Race and Equity

June 04, 2020

Centennial remains committed to actively building equity and opportunity for all. We will continue our work to support our families, students, and staff and create an environment where voices can be heard. See "More" for parent resources that may be helpful when talking with your student about race and equity.