This week's PBIS winners!
Congratulations to the following students who were drawn
from their classroom ticket bin!
Pre K - Dylan Cahlander - Harper
Stevens - Hazel Richtsmeier -Josie
Vander Wall -Elroy Gresback - Owen
Wenzel - Beckett Hjelle - Anna
Kahlstorf - Vivienne Lamers - Jackson
Kirkland - Makayla Law -Broedy
Timmons - Leland Hagen - Ella
Bratager - Emmalyn Landin - Emma
There is still time to order your 2020-2021 Yearbook!
Don't miss out!
Click the link to order!
Do you know you can also submit pictures for the yearbook?
Just go to: firstname.lastname@example.org and submit them!
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.
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.
Reporting Absences due to COVID-19
Centennial’s Resource Locker
The Centennial School District has compiled a wide variety of resources for our students, families, and greater community. These resources include mental health, learning and enrichment, services specific to our aging population, crisis, where to find economic assistance and much, much more. You can find these resources on our district website here.
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
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.
A Look Ahead
Monday April 19- E Day
Tuesday April 20 - A Day
Wednesday April 21 - B Day
Thursday April 22 -C Day, Regular school day, 2 hour late start has been cancelled
Friday April 23 - D Day
Gertens Floral Delivery May 5th