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CHS eNEWS                                       October  2015

Microsoft Surface 3 Coming to Centennial!!

Last year, Centennial stepped into the forefront of 21 st century personalized learning when Fulton County Schools selected CHS to be in the first cohort of schools in the system to receive a personal device (Ipad, notebook, or laptop) for each teacher and student.  To be selected, Centennial completed a process to ensure that the staff was ready for additional professional development needed to not only efficiently deliver the devices, but also to effectively transform their instructional practices into personalized and blended instruction to fully utilize these devices. 
After months of careful planning and research, guided by education and technology consultants plus the FCS technology department, our Personalized Learning Implementation (PLIP) Team, comprised of teachers, administrators, and students, finalized the instructional model and communication plans. CHS then began the process of selecting which device would best suit the needs of our students and teachers. 
This month the Team made a unanimous decision that the Surface 3 would be the best device for Centennial.  The Surface 3 offers a tablet, a notebook, and a surface for writing and drawing with a stylus. Our plans are for teachers to receive their Surface 3 notebooks this semester to begin orientation and planning.  The students will then receive their notebooks next semester.
The 21 st century learning at Centennial is moving ahead at full steam. Go Knights!

Centennial Athletics

At the Region Tournament, three Centennial Volleyball players received some high honors. Senior  Mikaela Weidmann brought home Offensive Player of the Year and 1 st  Team All Region for her second straight year. Senior Jessica Diaz brought home 2 nd  Team All Region for her second year in a row. Freshman Olivia Diaz brought home Rookie of the Year and 2 nd  Team All Region. This is a tremendous honor to these three ladies for their hard work and dedication to the sport. (Attached photo of the girls. left is Jessica, middle is Mikaela, right is Olivia)
Mikaela Weidmann was also recognized by Esmark All-American Athletes. Esmark All-American is a program that recognizes players' commitment to the sport on and off the field. Players are chosen nationwide from the 16 major sports and only the top get chosen with distinction into the Esmark All-American Athletics group.
Centennial Volleyball ends the season with a 30 - 17 record. The team fought hard this year and is only graduating 3 seniors, so we are looking forward to next year when we hopefully will bring home a state berth.

Centennial Knights Football Enjoying an Exciting Year

As many of you are aware, Centennial took on a new head football coach in February of this year.   There has been a lot of hard work and dedication throughout the year as the team prepped for the 2015 football season.  What you may not be aware of is that for the first time in Centennial Football history, the Knights qualified for the National Select 7 on 7 Tournament in Hoover, Alabama in July.  This event is by invitation only, through qualifiers held across the country, and is an opportunity to showcase team and individual talent.  With a 25 man roster, Centennial was one of 32 teams across the country to participate and finished in the top 16. 
Coming into the regular season, the Knights were slower to start, but have now caught fire and are on a 4 game win streak.   Last week's battle against rival Alpharetta was a critical game as Centennial and Alpharetta came into the game in a 4 way tie in the region along with 2 other teams.  Through tremendous individual and team effort, Centennial came out on top, winning 38-35.    The Knights also celebrated Homecoming on 10/16 at The Fortress with a win against Habersham Central.  With only 3 games left in the regular season, The Knights continue to focus on winning.  
The Knights Football organization appreciates all of the support from the school, the parents and the community so far this year.  We hope that everyone will continue to share in the excitement and come out to support the team.    The last home game of the regular season is October 23 at The Fortress and it is also Senior Night.    
It's a Great Day to be a Knight!  
Basketball - Boys and Girls
Tryouts for both girls and boys basketball will be held on Monday, Oct. 26th and Tuesday, Oct. 27th.  Please see 2015 Basketball Season Flyer for specific details.  Athletes must have an updated physical in order to participate.  The necessary physical forms can be found under "Knights HQ" -  "Athletic Forms".  Player fees will be $500 this year.  All teams will participate in fundraisers as the season progresses.  More information will be given once the teams are selected.

Homecoming 2015

Caring and Sharing
Give Thanks
Gift Card Drive
November 2nd - November 20, 2015

The PTSA's Caring and Sharing Committee reaches out to help less fortunate students at Centennial High School.  This Thanksgiving season we need your help by donating $ 25.00 gift cards  (Wal-Mart, Target, Kroger, Publix) to give to CHS families in need.

We will be collecting donations from November 2 nd  - November 20 th  at the High School.   You can drop your cash and or gift card off at the front office.  We will also be standing in carpool line a few days during this time.

Contact Cindy Soder or 770-315-5733 if you have any questions.

Thank you for your generosity with our Caring and Sharing Gift Card Drive.
"Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart"

Senior Class Information

Several parents have asked for a checklist of costs associated to having a senior and also ways to get more information about senior related activities.  To the best of our knowledge these are the fees and ways to obtain Senior information.  We apologize if we missed something. 

What you need to pay for: Checklist for Seniors.  

Not all of these fees are mandatory but necessary if you want your student to participate in these senior events.
  • Senior dues $45 Senior activities throughout the year - Mandatory
    fee will cover the cost of the officia l Senior Class t-shirt, Senior Homecoming Hallway and Float, G raduation Luncheon, all events d uring Senior week and charitable expenses due to Senior Service Day.  After Dec. 18 a $5 late fee will be incurred. Seniors who have paid their Senior Dues before Nov. 11 with be allowed to sign up for Service Site of their choice after school on Tuesday Nov. 10. Please bring payment to  Ms. McKay in the Learning Commons - checks are payable to Centennial HS.
  • Senior Fees $99.50 Graduation gown and ceremony fees - Mandatory if you are participating in the graduation ceremony: go to and select Centennial, Roswell GA and click purchase Cap and Gown/Graduation Fee.
  • Yard Signs $20 or 2 for $40 Check or cash payable to Centennial PTSA and bring or mail to school.   Click here to purchase and get more information.
  • Yearbook Ad Varies $90 - $300 Ads need to be purchased by Dec. 11.  A 5% discount applies if you purchase by 11/13.  Go to, find Centennial and select Yearbook Recognition Ads.
  • Project Graduation $70 All night lock-in Graduation party at Andretti's after the ceremony please send check or cash payable to Centennial PTSA and send or mail to school.  See information below or click here.
  • Baccalaureate Ceremony Fee This information will go out in the spring.
Ways to get information for Senior events
  • Sign up for "
    Remind" to get up to the minute reminders for everything your senior needs know this year: text the message @c83d2 to the number 81010.
  • Sign up for  the Senior Parent's FB page Like us on Facebook by clicking this FB icon or go to the PTSA Seniors 2016 tab.  There's l
    ots of useful information on this site and an opportunity to connect with other senior parents.
  • Go to and click the Seniors tab.  We will try to keep it up to date with all the information you need to know about Seniors.


Parent Survival Tips:  Surviving Senior Year and the College Transition - October 30 11:30 at CHS
Senior year is a busy time for both students and parents.  Join us for an informative and interactive panel discussion with current and alumni parents and Summit Counseling. This will be a great opportunity to ask any questions you may have about surviving the Senior year and managing the college transition.


Senior Service Day Parent Volunteers Needed
Hi, Parents! The Senior Class needs your help with volunteers for Senior Service Day! Senior Service Day is an opportunity for students to go out into the community and make a positive impact! We need a parent volunteer at each site on the morning (most are from 8-12) on Friday, November 20th. PLEASE HELP US!
If you choose to sign up, you will be contacted about your exact time closer to the date.
Thank you so much!
DATE:  11/20/2015 ( Fri 8:00AM - 12:00PM EDT )   
LOCATION:  At various sites around Roswell, Alpharetta, and Atlanta

Project Graduation at Andretti's
Project Graduation is an annual Centennial High School PTSA sponsored program originally initiated by the Nation's Highway and Traffic Safety Administration to provide a safe alternative for graduation night activities. Project Graduation is Centennial's way of congratulating graduates with a substance-free, entertaining, all night "lock-in" celebration party. As in prior years, we will hold the event at Andretti's where the graduates will have access to unlimited go-kart racing and arcade games, food throughout the evening, rock climbing, Poker Tournament, Trivia Tournament, Hypnotist, Karaoke, chances to win great prizes and much more.
The cost is $70 and is payable to CHS PTSA.  Please send your payment and registration form to to the front office or mail it to CHS at 9310 Scott Road, Roswell, GA  30076.   Click here for the forms and more information or go to and go the the Seniors 2016 tab and look for Project Graduation. Even though the event is in May, we are collecting funds now so that we can start purchasing some amazing prizes.  Please pay now if you can. 

Junior Class
Junior Parent (and Student!) Night, 
Thursday, October 29, 6:30 - 8:00 PM, CHS Auditorium

The Centennial Counseling Department, along with Applerouth Tutoring Services, will present timely and important information to Junior Parents and Students about preparing for post-secondary options, with topics such as trends in college admissions, college searches and the college decision-making process, SAT/ACT (including the new SAT) and test prep, important dates and reminders for Juniors, and more!  If you are a Junior Parent or Student, please plan to attend this informative event!
Junior Class Sponsored Talent Show
Come out and support the Junior Class and our talented students.  Th e C entennial High School Talent Show will be Thursday, November 12th from 7 PM - 9 PM. Admission is $6 at the door.

Freshman Class Information

In case you missed the very informative Freshman Parent Night presentation, you can click here to see the presentation.

F all Mock Tests - New SAT on 10/24 9AM - 1PM  Room E-31
These Mock tests are sponsored by the Centennial PTSA and presented by Applerouth.  They are held at Centennial and the cost is $5.00 
Test Prep is a large part of the college application process and Mock Tests are a great way to help in the process as well as a great way to practice for the real test under test conditions.
The SAT test is changing in 2016.  The Mock SAT test on 10/24 will be a preview  of what the new SAT test will look like.  To get a better understanding of the differences between all of these tests, check out the following link. 
Mock (new) SAT 10/24, 9am - 1pm, CHS room E-31
with a follow-up meeting 11/4, 6:30pm in the Learning Commons.   Students can sign up for at
Coming Soon: College Week 2015!
During the week of October 24-31, Centennial will be hosting our 5 th  Annual College Week. The goal of our College Week is to further promote the college going culture in our school by offering students opportunities to learn more about all aspects of post-secondary education. Here is what you need to know about this year's College Week:
Myth : College week is not only for seniors.
Fact:  Some events will be more geared for students in a particular grade, but nearly all activities and events are open to students/parents in all grades.
Myth : College Week is only for students who are planning to attend a 4 year college/university.
Fact : College Week is designed to reach ALL students by exposing them to a variety of post-secondary possibilities and engaging them to be actively thinking about their future.
Myth : College week is only for students.
Fact : Several College Week events are open to both students and parents.
Over the course of the week we will be having several breakout sessions, activities and events which are all related to students and parents planning for continued education beyond high school. To preview the events and activities which we are planning for the week, visit the 2015 College Week Sneak Peak of Events More information about the final schedule of events along with more details on each individual session/event topic will be coming soon.
How do students participate?
  • Students can sign up for any Breakout Session in the counseling office starting Wednesday 10/21 and up through Friday 10/30.
  • When students sign up, students will receive a pass for the session(s) they sign up for
  • Some events will have a limited number of seats due to space; students should sign up early so they are able to reserve their spot before all seats are filled.
  • Some breakout sessions will only be offered once, others are being offered a few times on the same day.
  • Field Trips are for Juniors and Seniors only (Seniors will be given priority)
Can parents participate?
  • Yes! Parents are welcome and encouraged to come attend any of the breakout sessions during the week.
  • Some events are specifically intended for parents. 
We strongly encourage students and parents to take advantage of these great workshops and information sessions. We want students to gain exposure to new possibilities, gain knowledge which will help them identify the best post-secondary fit for them and to be actively engaged in thinking about their future.

** College Week receives Mini Grant funding from your PTSA**

Interested in taking College Classes while in High School?  

Check out the most updated information on Georgia's Move On When Ready program at

The PTSA Minigrant Committee received a record-breaking number of award proposals this year from a variety of academic and administrative departments.  We are happy to announce the following minigrant projects and their sponsors.  In addition, we are delighted to announce that, due to a very generous private donation to the Minigrant Committee from a Centennial High School family, we have been able to fund almost 100% of all requests this year. Minigrants to our Centennial staff, which directly benefit our students, is the largest single area that your PTSA dollars go towards.  Thank you for supporting your PTSA and your school.
  • Outdoor Lunchroom Expansion*/Julie Childers
  • SAT Weekend Boot Camp/Hella Peart
  • "Get Finch" - Computer Science Robots/Marie Robinson
  • Annual College Week/Shellie Marino
  • Classroom whiteboards with markers(Algebra I)/Pamela Bullard
  • Set of Female/Male Bones - Forensic Anthropology class*/Stephanni Prelac
  • Modernization/Renovation of Art Room*/Lonna Upton
  • Purchase of Solo/Ensemble Band Music/Michael Reid
  • ESOL US History Mapping Materials/Activities/Gary Ruther
  • Chorus Large Group Performance Evaluation Expenses/Chelsea Burney
  • Four 4-digit digital science scales*/Julie Bishop
  • Eight digital science scales */Stephanni Prelac
  • AVALON magazine/Martha Smith
  • AP Geography Class field trips/Rebecca Hostler-Vaughan
  • TEXTIVATE.COM - online foreign language learning tool/Marylou Wiesendanger
  • BCL Workshops/HoPe Initiative/Norma Escalera-Smith
  • Classroom Set of Math Calculators*/Julie Bishop
  • International Night/Anne Rigsbey
  • 10 Chromecast Devices for Learning Commons/Laura Wood
  • Book of the Month Club - Learning Commons/Laura Wood
  • Arts and Crafts Supplies for English Class*/Shaun Manny
We are confident that these programs will enhance learning for our CHS students.  Congratulations to all award recipients and thank you for your dedication to excellence in education at Centennial High School!
* These projects are being funded by the private donation made to the Minigrant Committee.
Learning Commons Fall Speaker Series:

Join us in the Learning Commons for our Fall Speaker Series! We will be virtually connecting with a Neonatal Nurse, Dentist, Roswell City Council Official, Photographer, and Journalist from the AJC.   Click here for more info

Student Clubs and Organizations

National Honor Society 
Thanksgiving Food Drive
NHS is beginning a Thanksgiving food drive for NFCC on 10/29.  NHS members are required to participate by donating four of the specified items in order to earn their required service hour for projects sponsored by NHS.
SADD club presents Red Ribbon Week     November 2 - 6, 2015
SADD club members have been working hard to plan a week of events to promote Red Ribbon Week and our intolerance for drugs.  
Red Ribbon week began in the late 1980s to honor DEA Special Agent Enrique S. Camarena, who was close to unlocking a multi-billion dollar drug pipeline when he was kidnapped at gun point.  His mutilated body was discovered about a month later. His family and friends began wearing red ribbons to honor Camarena and his dedication to the war on drugs.
SADD members have been organized into committees to prepare activities during the week; including a Drug Free Pledge, Red Out, and Crazy Sock Day.  Some students will receive prizes for participation and recognition for being drug free.  Our week will conclude with a balloon launch during lunch periods on Friday, 11/6/15.
SADD club has been working closely with our PTSA representatives and we feel confident that the week will be a great success in promoting drug free living.
LEO Club 
What do you call an ambulance with 1500 teddy bears inside?  Stuffed!
Members of the CHS LEO Club (a new organization at CHS affiliated with the Roswell Lions Club) have set a goal to collect 1500 "gently used" stuffed animals to be donated to Rural/Metro Ambulance Services.  The stuffed animals play an important role in helping scared children during an emergency when they or a loved one needs medical assistance.  Simply encouraging a child to hug the stuffed animal helps the child relax, allowing the medical crew to more easily assess the child for any medical needs while helping to ease their fears.
Donations can be made outside the AP office until November 16.
Chorus - Fall Chorus Concert on October 27th at 7PM in the CHS Auditorium.  Free Admission.
Spanish Club  -  If you are interested in joining, click here to get more information and here to get the member form.

National Technical Honor Society  is proud to announce the new members who were inducted on October 13:
Abigail Bergman, Rebecca Bradley, Emily Broach, Calli Capron, Mason Daugherty, Meghan Dougherty, Sydney Harries, Jaron Long, Olivia McDonnold,  Ben Pfeifer, Grace Smith, Anna Teffeteller, and Elika Upadhyay

Let's celebrate Centennial's diversity!
A celebration of our school, our teachers, our students, our entire community -- with great food, activities, music, and performances from our students, parents, and generous local professionals who donate their time and talents. 
When:   Thursday, November 12, 2015
Where:   CHS Cafeteria  6:00 pm
Cost:  $5 (Free if you bring a dish)
If you'd like to be a part of the fun and help put together this year's celebration, you can  donate  a dish of your choice, help with  set-up or clean-up , or  participate  by showing off your talents!
Auditions will be held  Friday, October 23 at 3:45 pm  in room I-23A
In order to sign up, please click HERE.
** International Night receives Mini Grant funding from your PTSA**

Exceptional Children

T he Exceptional Children's PTSA committee welcomed Sitara Nayak onThursday, Oct.15. Ms. Nayak, a parent educator with Parent to Parent of Georgia, shared many valuable resources and ideas with parents of students with special needs to use when planning for life after high school. We plan to have our next meeting on  Thursday, Dec. 3 .

*The yearbook's Twitter page is @_chsyearbook. We're planning on doing a "transformation" type thing where parents tweet pictures of how much their kids have changed over the years. Our twitter page will also provide updates and information regarding the yearbook.  

*Centennial's yearbook instagram page is centennial.yearbook. Students can post pictures with the hashtag #chsphotochallenge with the hopes of being featured in the yearbook. 

*Our facebook page (Centennial Yearbook) will hold other important information while also highlighting our other social media pages. 

Centennial School Governance Council 
Seed Fund Proposal
Centennial is committed to continuing on with our theme of creating 21st Century Learning Spaces at our school.  Year 1 of our School Governance Council (SGC) brought us the Learning Commons.  Year 2 brought us our 2 Co-Labs - one with a Humanities focus and the other for STEM.  This year, we are submitting our Seed Fund Proposal for a Makerspace. This "makerspace" will allow students to engage with authentic and highly-individualized educational opportunities using cutting edge tools, both digital and analog, to accomplish class and personal projects. We will call our makerspace the "S.P.a.C.E." which will support our emerging school culture of "Shared Personalized and Creative Experiences."

Students will be able to push their skills beyond the traditional classroom. The space will be divided into areas of "creation" and "expression." The creation area will include:  electrical/mechanical/computer engineering equipment, fabrication machines, e.g. 3D printer, GlowForge laser etching and milling machine, sewing and embroidering machine, and desktop CNC mill. The expression area will include:  publishing, video-editing, animation, art and creative writing opportunities.  The SPaCE will be housed in a couple of unrenovated rooms located in the Learning Commons.

The Initial Application for the Seed Fund Grant was submitted on October 19.  If this passes some vetting processes, the Final Application will be submitted in December.  Awards are made in February.  

We Have a New Counselor!
Her name is Heidi Graver and she works with people whose last names are Gom - Mart.  Welcome Ms. Graver!

PTSA New Parent Meeting - Nov. 5   8:30 AM in the Counseling Office
On September 3, the PTSA sponsored the first of four meetings that will be held this year for new parents.    Principal Crumbley joined us for coffee and conversation about different aspects of joining the CHS community. T he Counseling Department has been providing valuable support for these meetings.  Meetings like these are great opportunities for new parents to not only learn concrete information but also to learn about the culture and expectations of their new "village".   Please spread the word to any new Centennial families that the next New Parent Meeting will be held at 8:30 am on November 5 in Counseling Office.

Centennial Cluster Information

Redistricting Meetings for new North Fulton Elementary Schools
Two community meetings are set to address the redistricting process for two new schools in Roswell. One of the schools ("Highway 9 Elementary School") is already constructed at the intersection of Highway 9 and Thomas Drive in Roswell and is serving as the temporary location of Esther Jackson Elementary. In August 2016, the Highway 9 school will re-open with a new identity (official name TBD) to the students in its newly developed attendance zone. The newly rebuilt Esther Jackson Elementary School also will open on its original Martin Road site with a new student body. 

-- November 5, 7-9 p.m. at Esther Jackson Elementary School (Highway 9 ES Site)
-- December 3, 7-9 p.m. at Esther Jackson Elementary School (Highway 9 ES Site)
Online commenting  (Commenting goes live November 5)  
This elementary school redistricting will impact the elementary schools in the Centennial cluster.  Please stay involved in the process.
For more information about these meetings and processes, including the criteria used to create a redistricting proposal, visit the Fulton County Schools Redistricting website


What's Happening at our Centennial Cluster Schools?
  • Centennial Seniors visited River Eves, Hillside, Esther Jackson, and Northwood Elementary Schools to volunteer during our first K12 Project on October 11 and presented our Kindergartners with Future Knights Class of 2028 tshirts.  Now doesn't that make you feel old?!!
  • The Fulton County School District is looking at putting School Choice options at Esther Jackson and Hillside Elementary Schools.  Esther Jackson is targeted for Dual Language Immersion (the language would be chosen by the community) and Hillside is targeted for a Montessori program.  The first year of these programs would start with 2-3 kindergarten classes.  The next year would be 1st grade and kindergarten, and so on.  They are looking to start these programs in the next 1-2 years.  Be on the lookout for more information on these Choice initiatives.
  • Holcomb Bridge Middle School is transitioning to 21st century, personalized learning thanks to a partnership with the non-profit organization Digital Promise and Verizon Wireless. Digital Promise and Verizon have selected Holcomb Bridge as one of 21 U.S. middle schools to receive a grant that will allow all teachers and students to receive school-issued iPads for the 2015-2016 school year. Students received their devices early October. 
  • Do you know that the Centennial Cluster principals, SGC chairs and PTA Presidents meet together on a quarterly basis to work on cluster wide initiatives?  This is the only cluster in Fulton County schools that does this.  We even have a Centennial Cluster mission: 
The Centennial PK-12 schools are an aligned 21st Century learning community providing a high-quality, innovative educational experience for all students to be college or career ready.

  • Esther Jackson Elementary Groundbreaking/Construction Celebration!

FCS School Board Community Meetings 

Centennial High School is represented by three FCS school board  members.  Each board member  holds monthly community meetings to keep  residents informed about issues and give citizens the opportunity to comment on Board agenda items.  Last month Ms. Schultz retired and her District one position (Esther Jackson ES, Hillside ES, Mimosa ES, Holcomb Bridge MS and Haynes Bridge MS) in the Centennial Cluster has been replaced by Ms. Katha Stuart.  Click here for more information on Ms. Stuart.
  • Linda McCain - Tuesday, 11/20 Findley Oaks 9:30 AM
  • Katha Stuart  Wednesday, 11/18 Sweet Apple Elem. (Hwy 9) 9:30 AM
  • Julia Bernath Tuesday  11/12 Woodland Elementary 9:30 AM

Directory Information
The directories will be coming out in the next few weeks.  Keep an eye out for them!

Remember to cast your vote on TUESDAY, November 3; early voting is already open.  PTSA encourages you to learn about the issues and candidates.  Find your ballot and early voting locations at the Georgia My Voter Page.

  Fundraising at CHS
Please take the time to regularly check out the Fundraising tab on the PTSA website www.centptsa.orgParticipating in these fundraisers really helps out our school.

Save The Date: November 14th - CHS Band Mattress Sale Fundraiser and TAG Day
As part of their fundraiser efforts, the CHS Band will be selling - that's right -  MATTRESSES! If you have been wanting to upgrade that old mattress for a while, now's the time. Also that same day: Look for members of the band as they participate in "TAG Day" and perform for donations outside the entrances of our local Krogers. Thank you for your support!

It's a Sheet Sale! To compliment the mattress sale, the Band will also sell bed sheets from October 26th - November 18th. A typical sheet is 1200 thread count, and they come in all colors and sizes. Each set costs $40, regardless of size, which is a fantastic price for such high quality sheets! The band students will have order forms available October 26th, but there is also an online option, starting anytime. Go to: At checkout, select the online code: Centennial Band, and enter a band student name in the Student/Group Member name box in order for that student to receive credit. Any questions contact Amy Kennedy:

Holcomb Bridge Hustle 5K
Saturday, November 14th, 7:30 am

Sign up by September 15th for discounted entry fee of $15 for students/HBMS staff and $25 for adults.  Entry fee increases $5 after September 15th.  Entry fee includes a t-shirt, goody bag, post-race refreshments and electronic timing chips.  Festivities will include a DJ, sponsor tables and an awards ceremony for top racers in various categories.  We are pleased partner again this year with The Kyle Pease Foundation to help facilitate the participation
of assisted-athletes in the event.

Below are the 2 easy ways you can register:
·  Online:
·  By Mail:  Send in the attached Registration Form to HBMS. "Click here for a flyer and more information"
Don't miss this fun opportunity to participate in the Holcomb Bridge Hustle with your family, friends and neighbors!
If you have any questions, would like to volunteer or if your company would like to be a Hustle sponsor email

Remember to Use your Publix Scan Cards!

Do you know that the CHS PTSA has received over $14,000 from Publix over the years?!  That is a lot of money - and it takes no effort at all.  Just use your scan card every time that you make a purchase at Publix.  If you do not have a scan card, you can get one at the front desk.  They are available throughout the school year.  You or your student can pick up extra cards for grandparents, friends and neighbors to use.  Everyone buys groceries, and having these cards scanned when you shop at Publix is an easy way to help CHS PTSA!

Connect your Target Card to Centennial!
Make sure that you link Centennial to your Target Credit Cards.  Last year, Centennial received $1279.37 from Target!
Target REDCard sends 1% of purchases to our school and saves you 5% at Target stores every time you shop - another win-win!  
Visit to learn more and to get an application.

Do you want Up to Date Information about Centennial? everything PTSA (including a calendar) and more! - Very valuable counseling office information including: college, financial aid and scholarships; test prep; graduation requirements; class scheduling; parent nights and much more. Official Centennial Athletics Website - Official Centennial High School Website.


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