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  • Congratulations to our December Super Students: Adilynn, Sheyly, Clarabelle, Hannah, Natalie, Wilford, Jayden, Carter, Jonah, Jack, Max, Matthew, Raelynn, Thomas, Caiden, Molina, Olivia T, Mason, Lori, Sophie S, Grayson, Brooklyn, Rylund, Sara, Owen, Sophia J, Cady, Max, Abel, Nelli, Kelsey, Payton and Kayla. Keep up the great work! 

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  • 4th Grade Swim Lessons: Free swim lessons for 4th-graders will run from Jan. 9 through Jan. 20 (except the 13th and the 16th). Students will need to bring their swimsuits, a towel, and a plastic bag for their wet swimsuits. 

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  • Kindergarten Registration: Online registration is now open for families with children who will turn 5 on or before Sept. 1. New families, click here to create an account. Current families, click here to access an existing account.

    **Contact the office to reset your password or to get your activation code.**

    When you complete your registration, stop by the office to pick up your fun Kinder Prep Pack!

    Questions? We are happy to help! Contact our office at 541-744-6383.

    For information and resources, visit www.springfield.k12.or.us/kinders.

     

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  • State Testing: Testing for grades 3-5 will begin the week of May 16. It is not intended to be stressful - it's just an opportunity for us to assess what students still need to work on. Please make sure your student is well-rested. Click here to learn about the opt-out process. <enlace al formulario de exclusion en español>

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  • April at School: Take a peek at what our amazing kiddos have been up to!

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    And take a moment to check out the latest Lost & Found photos. It's already starting to stack up again!

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Blue Jay News and Updates

  • January News from the Principal

    Posted by Deb Jolda on 1/6/2023

    Happy New Year! I hope this was a wonderful winter break. January is often a time when people make resolutions or reconsider various aspects of their life and we feel renewed and re-energized to make great choices. We look forward to a great January at Centennial!

    I was so impressed by and grateful to, the many generous individuals and businesses who donated time, money and items to help support our families over the winter break. In addition to organizing gifts for many CES students, Julie Gifford, our wonderful Family Resource Coordinator, made close to 50 super snack packs containing food donations.

    Thanks to the following individuals, groups, and businesses for supporting our school!

    • Wesco
    • St. Alice Church
    • St. Vincent de Paul
    • The Elks
    • Principle Accounting
    • Franz Bakery
    • Springfield High leadership students and staff
    • Centennial staff

    As always, thank you to the PTO and volunteers who help us accomplish so much at Centennial!

    You can read the rest of the January newsletter here. Please make sure to follow us on Facebook!

    Sincerely,

    Principal Williams

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