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!

Horario de Inscripción para la Recogida de Comidas en la Acera

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Dialogue and Feedback

Dialogue and Feedback

  • The Superintendent’s student, staff, and stakeholder advisory groups will continue to engage in discussion and give feedback used in making systemic changes. Feedback and perspective are sought in the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Groups, the annual Parent Group, various staff groups, and in a variety of settings that occur throughout the year. 
  • Centennial High School Centennial Middle School will continue to lead discussions designed to let the voices of youth be heard.
  • The District’s Systems Accountability Committee is committed to ensuring active participation of community, students, and staff in all phases of planning and improving the curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Representation on this committee includes students, parents, teachers, administrators, curriculum leaders and school board members.
  • The District will continue to work with school site PTO’s and PTA’s to discuss equity in our schools.
  • The District’s professional development for staff gives them information and resources to best equip them with the knowledge, skills and mindset needed to effectively address identified achievement gaps. The collaboration has resulted in a reconfiguration of the district staff development design template wherein “access and equity” are now placed at the core of all professional development opportunities. Over the past three years nearly 20 hours of professional development have focused on topics such as diversity, race as a social construct, implicit bias, privilege, and culturally exclusive practice.
  • The District's work with Equity Alliance MN to better understand bias has been underway since 2018. The first year of this work focused on demystifying culturally responsive practices and increasing the intercultural competence of leaders. This work is ongoing.
  • The District continues to send administrators to Minnesota State University, Mankato, to participate and learn through their Courageous Leadership program. This opportunity advances the work of equity within the District and at the school sites.