Senior Class - Important information

June 06, 2020

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CHS SENIOR INFORMATION FOR THE CLASS OF 2020

The Graduation Ceremony

Saturday, June 6 - 5pm

Roy Wilkins Auditorium, Xcel Center, St. Paul, Minnesota

No tickets needed for the graduation - all are welcome to attend

Senior Grad Fee - $35  Pay now on Fee Pay

Class of 2020 Cap/Gown/Diploma Reservation form


SANP - Senior All Night Party info...Meeting Dates:

                 12/3/19 - 6:30pm Green Mill - Blaine

                 1/7/20 - 5:30pm Green Mill Blaine

please email any questions to:   centennialsanp@gmail.com 

To register for the SANP - click here 


 

Senior Events/Dates to Remember 2019-20

9/27/19    Homecoming Tailgating before school and Class of 2020 picture taken behind the stadium (7:50am)

9/28/19    Homecoming Dance 8-11pm - West Gym

10/1/19   SANP  Meeting - Caribou by Target - Apollo Drive - 7pm

10/2/19    Last Day to get SENIOR PICTURE taken for yearbook - PAC lobby - during LEAP - no charge 

November:  pay $35 grad fee on fee pay 

11/13/19   Senior Graduation Information Session - PAC - during LEAP- Information on Cap/Gown, Diplomas, Graduation Invites - If student can't make it due to PSEO/916 the information will be here on the website and they can pick up a packet from either office starting 11/14/19.

             Class of 2020 Cap/Gown/Diploma Reservation Form

11/19/19 - NRP here to take graduation orders (announcement and products) during LEAP in the West building lobby

December: pay $35 grade fee on fee pay if you haven't already

12/3/19 - SANP meeting - Green Mill - Blaine

12/11/19 - Senior Panoramic Picture - West Gym - during LEAP/advisory - listen for announcements

12/14/19 - Yearbook Baby Ads due  - see below for flyer on the Baby Ads

January:   pay $35 grade fee on fee pay if you haven't already

1/7/20 - SANP meeting - Green Mill - Blaine

1/10/20 - Last chance - All cap and gowns/diplomas will be ordered.  Make sure you have filled out the reservation form. 

1/22/20 - Senior Advisory Task Deadline

April: pay $35 grade fee on fee pay if you haven't already

4/7/20 -  Graduation Announcement delivery day – during LEAP – you will be receiving a postcard from NRP (National Recognition Products)  regarding the delivery of your products.  If you have a balance due on your order, it will be due at pick up.  If you have any questions about your order/announcement please contact NRP at 1-800-858-0611

 4/8/20 - Senior information review session - PAC - end of 3rd period/LEAP - mandatory - attendance will be taken.   Go over  information of what to expect the rest of the year.

4/25/20 - Grand March/ PROM

May:  pay $35 grade fee on fee pay if you haven't already - PAY NOW - it's not too late 

May 1st - Reminder to pay the $35 graduation participation fee.  Pay NOW - it's not too late.   This needs to be paid ASAP. This fee covers the cost of the auditorium rental and security.  Pay this on Fee pay or drop off check or cash to the West office - cash or check payable to Centennial High School

May 6th -All fees and fines need to be paid and taken care of in order to pick up cap and gown on May 21st.   These include but are not limited to:  all library/text books, calculators, Phy ed locks, unpaid lunch accounts, $35 grad fee, senior survey, missing advisory tasks, grades.    Your student should be receiving an updated list each week in advisory starting April 29th.   Ask them about it.   

 May 15th - Senior Boat Dance (optional):  From 8–11PM, Taylors Falls. First Come - First Come First Serve.    There is a limited availability on the boat.   Watch twitter – CHS announcements for sign up information – it usually is the last week of April. 

May 18th     - Scholarship Night:  At 7PM in the PAC.  Students will receive a formal invitation to attend the Scholarship night and will need to RSVP if they will be attending.  Parents and community members are encouraged to attend. 

 May 18th - A list of honors students will be posted in the West Building Office the week of May 18th.  The list will show if students are eligible for a gold tassel, gold cord or gold stole (based on gpa).  These are optional and will be available for purchase during LEAP outside the west office starting Wednesday , May 20th.  This is based on all work completed through the end of 1st semester.  Those eligible can purchase additional sanctioned cords and tassels at this time.  These will be available until June 5th.  All tassels, cords and stoles need to be school sanctioned.

$30 - Highest Honors:  3.920 to 4.0 (or above) = Stole, Gold Cord, Gold tassel

$15 – High Honors:  3.667 to 3.919 = Gold cord, Gold tassel

$8 - Honorable Mention:  3.000 to 3.666 = Gold tassel

$9 – Peer Leader blue cord – Available

Graduate with Distinction:  Completion of 12 honors credits.  A list of students eligible will be posted in the West Building Office the week of May 18th.  Please see your counselor if you have questions.  Medals are available at no cost. All grades must be in to receive the medal.  Medals will be available after grades are posted on June 1st.

 National Honor Society Students:  See Mr. Rasmussen (W506) in May to find out if you are eligible for an NHS Cord.

 Student Council Students:  See Mr. Poppleton (E205) in May to find out if you are eligible for a Student Council Cord.

 Peer Leaders:  List of eligible Peer Leaders to receive a Peer Leader Cord will be posted in the West building the week of May 18th . If you have questions, see Ms. Turcotte.

Military:  See Ms. Erzberger for eligibility.

May 19th -All fees and fines need to be paid and taken care of in order to pick up cap and gown on May 21st.   These include but are not limited to:  all library/text books, calculators, Phy ed locks, unpaid lunch accounts, $35 grad fee, senior survey, missing advisory tasks, grades.    Your student should be receiving an updated list each week in advisory starting April 29th.   Ask them about it.   

 May 20th -All fees and fines need to be paid and taken care of in order to pick up cap and gown on May 21st.   These include but are not limited to:  all library/text books, calculators, Phyed locks, unpaid lunch accounts, $35 grad fee, senior survey, missing advisory tasks, grades.    Your student should be receiving an updated list each week in advisory starting April 29th.    Ask them about it.   

 May 21st    - Cap, Gown, Tassel distribution to students:  ALL graduating seniors including PSEO, early graduates and students not attending school during the day will be able to pick up their cap and gown during LEAP outside the West building.      If you can’t pick up at this time, they will be available during LEAP time only on Tuesday, May 26, Thursday – May 28th or after rehearsal on Friday, May 29th.

 May29th   - Graduation Rehearsal at CHS (MANDATORY): (8am-10:30am) Rehearsal will be in the PAC/West gym.  Report directly to the West gym at 8am. Anyone wishing to participate in the graduation ceremony must attend.  Please report directly to the West gym – attendance will be taken.

May 29th - seniors’ last day of school – parade through elementary schools – Please sign up online with the below link.  Students will be going to the elementary schools immediately following the rehearsal.  Buses will be in the link area.    If seniors choose not to participate in the elementary parades - they are required to be in their 4th, 5th and 6th hour classes.

 SIGN UP FOR PARADE THROUGH ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

  

June 1st - deadline to sign up for handicap seating.  After this date, if you have not signed up – it will be first come first serve for the remainder of the handicap seats available on the main floor.  Handicapped Seating and Services: Handicapped seating, sign language interpreter, assistive listening kit, etc. are available.  For handicapped parking please visit

For handicap seating – please fill out form on website.  Call Ms. Pierson (763) 792-5002 if you have questions. Please limit requests to less than 8 to accommodate all families in need.  Deadline to sign up is June 1st .

 HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE SEATING/INTERPRETER SIGN UP FOR GRADUATION CEREMONY

  

June 2nd- The deadline to sign up to ride the bus to the graduation ceremony.  Buses will leave at 2:45pm and return approximately 7:30PM.   There is no cost to ride the bus.  Students and parents can sign up here.

 

 SIGN UP TO RIDE THE BUS TO GRADUATION CEREMONY

 

 June 6th - Graduation Ceremony:  At 5PM, Roy Wilkins Auditorium, Xcel Center.  No tickets are required for admittance to the ceremony.  This graduation ceremony is a formal event and the auditorium doors will open for seating at 4pm.  No noisemakers are allowed.  PLEASE hold applause until all graduates’ names have been read.  Immediately following the ceremony, please meet your graduate in the Kellogg lobby.  The Kellogg lobby is located near the front of the building.

**Students need to be at Roy Wilkins by 3:30pm.

**Ceremony typically lasts around 2 hours.

June 6-7th - Senior All-Night Party:  Doors will open at 10PM and will be locked from 10:30PM – 5AM at BOWLERO (11351 Ulysses St NE, Blaine).    Parents of the graduates sponsor this event.  Tickets must be purchased prior to the party, and are available during conferences, homeroom and some lunches or in the Activities Office during the day.  Only students participating in the graduation ceremony are invited to attend.  Follow on FACEBOOK – Centennial High School Senior All Night Party – for up to date information.

Click here to pay for the SANP

June 11th- Centennial Google Account expires - please transfer all your files that you want to keep.

Other important information:

 Diplomas: Will be available for pick up at the conclusion of the graduation ceremony if all criteria is met.  After this date they will be available for pick up from the Counseling Office in the west building.  PSEO students must produce documentation for completed course work after graduation to receive their diploma from the Guidance Office.  The student must pick up in person with a picture ID as the diploma is considered an official document.

 **Diplomas will only be given out if all fees/fines are paid in full, surveys are completed and student is in good academic standings.  This includes lunch accounts paid in full.  Please see your counselor if you have questions.

 

 Senior Graduation Ceremony Picture:  A photographer from Lifetouch Photography will be at the graduation ceremony.  You will receive a mailing from Lifetouch Photography to order your pictures.  You may also view and order your student’s picture on-line at events.lifetouch.com.

Information about parking/directions can be found at the Roy Wilkins Auditorium website.

 http://www.rivercentre.org/