Centennial Middle School Forms

Immunization information

Is your child ready for school? To attend Minnesota schools students must show they’ve had these immunizations or file a legal exemption with the school district. Minnesota Department of Health.

Student Immunization Records We will no longer be printing and mailing graduating senior immunization records with report cards. Please access your immunization records through your Student or Parent Portal. You will have access to your portal for two years following your graduation date. If you do not have access to your portal, please contact Sally Nelson at 763-792-5013 to request a copy to be picked up. During the school year you may request this through Health Services. Students of any grade level can access their records through the portal, this can be printed and taken to your physician when you make any additions to your immunizations.

Release of Student Information - non resident (pdf, 124 KB)

Release of Student Information - non resident

Seizure Action Plan (pdf, 261 KB)

Parent questionnaire

Does your child experience seizures?
What should be done if one occurs during school?
What special considerations need to be made?

Stop when red lights are flashing

Minnesota law requires all vehicles, meeting or overtaking a stopped school bus to receive or discharge children and has an extended stop arm and flashing red signals, to stop no less than 20 feet from the bus when the bus is stopped. Failure to stop is a misdemeanor.

  • Flashing amber lights are a pre-warning that the bus is preparing to stop.
  • Flashing red lights and extended stop arm means that the bus is stopped to either load or unload school children. Remain stopped until the driver retracts the stop arm and extinguishes the flashing red signals.

Title VII Student Eligibility Certification (pdf, 16 KB)

Title VII Student Eligibility Certification

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