Gazette 5.14.2021


Many thanks to the PTA for the generous outpouring during staff appreciation week.  A pizza lunch, snacks, candy, coffee & donuts as well as some fabulous raffle prizes were offered to GLE staff!  

For "In Person" Learning Families

Please have your child bring back the device and charger as soon as possible.  Once received, devices will be inspected for any damages or missing chargers.  Needed repairs or missing chargers will be communicated with families and corresponding fees will be assigned to be paid through Campus Parent Portal by the end of the school year

This week's PBIS winners!

               Congratulations to the following students who were drawn   

      from their classroom ticket bin!


Pre K - Bilgees                        Cahlander -Zaid

Stevens - Mila                         Richtsmeier - Soren

Vander Wall - Hayden             Gresback - Reed

Wenzel - Olivia                        Hjelle - Brynn

Kahlstorf - Jafari                    Lamers - Lucas

Kirkland -  Nolan                    Law -Zander 

Timmons -  Kongcheng         Hagen - Ellie

Bratager - Matthew                 Landin - Jaecie


  Centennial Hall of Fame: A Call for Nominations

The Centennial District Hall of Fame honors alumni and individuals who have made a significant impact on Centennial Schools. Nominate a graduate who has demonstrated outstanding professional accomplishments, or a member of the Centennial community with a longstanding history of service to the District. Nominations are due June 1, 2021. Nomination information can be found here. Note: The format of the Hall of Fame induction will be determined based on the COVID-19 guidelines for Fall 2021

Gearing up for Next School Year: Adopt-a-Backpack Donations Needed

Celebrating 25 years of providing school supplies to students! With generous donations from the community, school supplies are provided to Centennial students and families in need through the Adopt-A-Backpack program. It's not too early to start thinking about next school year. Click here to find out how you can help fill a backpack and support a student.


COVID Testing for Students and Families

The Minnesota Department of Health announced a recommendation for all school-age youth returning to school, youth sports, or extracurricular activities, and their families, to get tested every two weeks through the end of the school year. While it is not a requirement, regular testing complements other safety measures already in place, such as masking and social distancing. Testing can help keep schools open and sports operating and ensure we are limiting the spread of COVID-19. Testing information can be found here.


Equity Coordinator

The Centennial School District has had continued dialogue with the school board regarding the hiring of an Equity Coordinator position for our schools (the job is currently posted and the description can be found here). The coordinator will help spearhead the effort to develop a more positive climate that leads to educational equity and improved student achievement for all students. With an Equity Audit led by Equity Alliance MN and the hiring of an Equity Coordinator, we are committed to improve the culture of our schools. Click here information on initiatives that help support each student.


Partnership with Equity Alliance MN

The District’s diversity and inclusion work began with an identified goal in the 2016 strategic plan. The District’s work has focused on closing the academic achievement gap, putting systems, policies, and procedures in place to help ensure we are supporting the academic and social emotional health of all students, and putting access and equity at the core of Centennial staff professional development.


We will continue our partnership with Equity Alliance MN to build a system:

of support for all students, especially our BIPOC and minoritized students.

to create a safer, more welcoming, and healthier environment in our schools.

as an affirmation and support of each student as a unique, valued, and empowered member of Centennial Schools

Reminder: Food Service continues!

FREE meals are available for ALL children, ages 18 years and younger. Children do not need to attend Centennial Schools.    Click here for more information and updates!


Centennial Tip Line
A dedicated phone line is available for each school at Centennial so families and students can report any concerns, including those related to bullying, harassment, and racism. Students and families can contact school administrators about issues confidentially with no fear of retaliation or embarrassment. Click here for your school’s tip line.

 Racism or hate of any type will not be tolerated at Centennial Schools. If you experience, see, or know of such behavior, please contact your school or use the Tip Line. We are committed to addressing these situations, building a respectful, safe environment that is steeped in partnership.  


Moving or Changing Schools for the 2021 - 2022 School Year?

If your family will be moving or not attending Golden Lake Elementary this fall,

please let us know as soon as possible.
Please call the GLE Office at 763-792-5900 or email '; // -->

Thank You! 

A Look Ahead

Monday May 17- E Day, 

Tuesday May 18 - A Day

Wednesday May 19 - B Day, Gr. 1, 2, & 3 Go Around Walk

Thursday May 20-C Day, Gr K, 4 & 5 Go Around Walk

Friday May 21 - D Day, Go Around Walk Rain Date


No School May 31 (Memorial Day)

Tis the season! 

We have had reports of wood ticks showing up on students  after recess or playing outdoors. 

Please be sure to check your student daily for ticks.