School Meal Pick-Up Schedule

The meal pick-up schedule changed since more and more students are returning to the classroom, full-time.

"Read More" to sign up for bulk meals and for the meal pick-up schedule. Meals are FREE for ALL children, ages 18 and younger, through the remainder of the school year! Children do not need to attend Centennial Schools.

 

You must sign up for the pick up of bulk meals on Wednesdays. Click here for curbside and bus stop schedules.

Sign up for meals!

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About Us

Discover Centennial

Centennial serves residents in the communities of Blaine, Centerville, Circle Pines, Lexington and Lino Lakes, Minnesota. Discover what makes Centennial special.

District Maps

Boundary map, elementary attendance areas and map/directions to Centennial Schools.

Centennial School District History

The history of schools in the Centennial area dates back to the mid 1800s. The name "Centennial" was chosen for the school district in 1958. Rather than name the district after one of its cities, since it serves several, a name was needed that would help unite the district. Then school board member Elsa Carlson suggested the name "Centennial" to honor the State of Minnesota's Centennial.

Community

Learn about Anoka County and the five communities that make up the Centennial School District. Check out the Centennial Community Resource Directory which lists community services and contacts, and discover the Centennial Area Education Foundation.

Departments

The district has nine departments: Building and Grounds, Business, Community Education, Teaching and Learning, Nutrition, Health, Human Resources, Technology and Transportation.

Superintendent's Office

Brian Dietz, Superintendent

Centennial School Board

The Centennial School Board welcomes you to its meetings.

Construction Updates

Voters across our five communities approved $49.9 million in school building bonds to put the District in a position of strength to support our facilities long-term. You chose to invest in the schools to ensure a safe and up-to-date learning enviornment for all students. Thank you!

Centennial's Legislative Priorities

Learn more about Centennial's legislative priorities and how you can help make a difference in the success of students. 

Volunteering

Are you interested in sharing your time, talents, and/or resources with Centennial ISD12?