Hall of Fame Inductees Honored at Homecoming Game

Nominations for Class of 2023 due November 30!
October 03, 2022

The Hall of Fame Class of 2022 was honored at the homecoming game on September 30. The Class was inducted in April at Infinite Campus, hosted by Charlie Kratsch (Hall of Fame Class of 2013). Five members were inducted into the Hall of Fame which honors alumni who have made significant impacts on society and community members who have made a significant impact on Centennial Schools.

The Class of 2022: Jill Becken, honored for her dedication and development of the Centennial Girls Basketball Program and for the caring relationships she built with students and staff; Elizabeth Eaton, honored for the impact she made on Centennial students and the community; Brian Hegseth, honored for creating long-lasting experiences for students and providing them with the sense of belonging and feel connected; Jane McDonald, honored for her connections with students to support learning, for her work with staff to ensure excellence in education; and Mark Mattson ('84), retired Chief Petty Officer, United States Navy SEAL, honored for his courage and determination and for giving his very best to serve our country.

Nominations for the 2023 Hall of Fame induction are due November 30, 2022. Information on the criteria can be found here. Nominate a graduate or someone who has a longstanding history of service to the district and complete the nomination form online here.

A pre-game gathering was held to celebrate current and past inductees into the Centennial Hall of Fame. From left, Duane Carlson ('16), Elizabeth Eaton ('22), Jessica Robinson (Chair, Centennial Alumni Association), Phyllis Hitchcock ('18), Jane McDonald ('22), Colleen Salay, honoring Robert McMorran ('14), and Brian Hegseth ('22)

 

Hall of Fame Inductees taken in front of plaques