Blue Jay News and Updates

  • Kindergarten Welcome Night: Registration for incoming kinders opens in ParentVue starting on May 1. Join us for a Kindergarten Welcome Night on May 11. Spanish interpretation will be available. More info at

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  • Annual Student Review: Families, please be sure to complete your Annual Student Review in ParentVue by the end of May. The classroom with the highest participation wins a class party! Forgot your password? Ms. Deb would be happy to help!

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  • Congratulations to our fabulous April Super  Students: Eli, Sophie, Lachlan, Abraham, Dahlia, Maddix, Ella, Dylan, Adam, Jack, Jonah, Wyatt, Lukah, Kylee, Johnathen, Caellum, Astonus, Atlee, Kiela, Zoey, Zach, Daegon, Ethan, Ayla, Jenai, Alix, Hayden, Ivan and Julieta!

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  • State Testing Info/Opt-Out: Statewide testing in English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics for students in grades 3-8 and 11 is conducted in the spring to measure academic achievement and growth. Centennial's testing will begin in May.

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  • Free Parenting Classes: The Child Center is now offering free online parenting classes for help in managing student behaviors. Click here to register or for more information.

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Principal's Corner

  • May News from Principal Williams

    Posted by Deb Jolda on 5/2/2023

    Here we go, Blue Jay families! Just a few weeks left in our school year and we're going to make these the best! With the warmer weather, please remind your students to check for sweatshirts or jackets that they may have taken off as the day heated up. We have a lot of these in the lost and found!

    We are happy to announce that Centennial's new principal has been chosen! Please join me in congratulating Kristen Noor who will be leading CES starting next year. She is a highly qualified administrator who has years of experience working with elementary students, teachers, and families. We are happy to have her taking the reins!

    Volunteers are such a valued part of our school community! Thank you so much to those of you who step up and help out in so many ways! A particularly strong shout out to the PTO who help us accomplish so much at Centennial!

    You can read the full newsletter here. Please make sure to follow us on Facebook.


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