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CHS eNEWS                                       March  2016


This is a rendering of what the new entrance to Centennial will look like after renovations are completed this summer.  GO KNIGHTS!!

School Governance Council Elections 
Elections will be held March 23rd - March 29th 2016

The Spring School Governance Council elections are right around the corner!  Please take a moment to review the attached candidate flyers to learn more about your potential Council representatives. 

 Candidate Flyer for all candidates (Teacher and Parent)

Also, don't forget to stop by the main office to get your Home Access Code as this code is required for voting in the election. 

Remember, the School Governance Council plays a key role in shaping the strategic direction of our school.  It's critical to get to know the candidates so that you can make an informed decision about your Council representative.   We have one vacant teacher spot and one vacant parent spot. To have 8 candidates express interest shows incredible support that our community has for Centennial High School students! 

Elections are not until March 23 - 29, but now is the time to study your candidates! Parents vote for the parent position and teachers vote for the teacher position.
Thank you to all parents and teachers who have put themselves up as candidates - we all appreciate your support of Centennial High School!

Centennial SGC - other news
The Centennial SGC has voted to approve the Centennial 2016-2017 Budget.  The SGC is also working hard on developing our next Strategic Plan.  Strategic Plans are for a 3 year period, so we are currently working on our plan to take us through 2019.  Lastly, the Centennial Governance Council is beginning to look at Flexibility Requests (RFFs) and Seed Fund ideas for next year.  If you have any ideas that align with our Strategic Plan focuses of Personalized Learning and Effective Instruction, please contact Caroline Truax at

Information on 2016 - 2017 Course Registration

Below are important dates to be aware of in regards to pre-scheduling for your child's courses next school year.

Tuesday March 15th  - Students will receive Course Verification Form #2 in Advisement. This form is to be brought home for students and parents to review and will include any notated changes from Course Verification #1.  Any changes the student and/or parent would like to make to their schedule for next year should be notated on the form. Students are expected to turn in their form with both student and parent signatures to the counseling office.  DEADLINE is FRIDAY, MARCH 18 th.

Friday March 18 -    Deadline to turn in Course Verification Form #2

Friday March 25th  -DEADLINE to SUBMIT ONLINE COURSE REQUESTS. If your son/daughter wishes to take any online courses over the summer of 2016 or during the 2016-17 School Year, they are required to turn in a completed Online Course Request form. Students must submit 1 completed form for each online course and indicate their selected online provider, course(s), and scheduling preferences. On-line request Forms can be picked up in the counseling office or you can print out the form (link below). Once the online course request form has been submitted, additional registration information will be provided.  Please note that no online course registrations will be approved unless a completed Online Course Request form is on file in the counseling office.  Link for Online Course Request Form. 


Here's how some of the PTSA Mini-Grant funds are being used!

AP Human Geography Field Trip to the Beltway
CHS AP Human Geography went on a tour of the Atlanta Beltline with Trees Atlanta.  They ate lunch at Ponce City Market, toured the Carter Center, viewed the world's largest reclaimed landfill and solar cell sites and did some shopping at Your DeKalb Farmer's Market while learning about how humans are affected by their environment and vice versa.


Ten Chromecasts were purchased to allow teachers to directly broadcast what they are doing on their laptop to a larger screen for their audience to see.

Georgia PTA Parent Guides
The following links are Parent Guides from Georgia PTA, which they developed in partnership with National PTA, to assist parents in understanding what students will learn based on the implementation of the new Georgia Standards of Excellence.   


Open PTSA Positions  - Please consider volunteering at your child's school.
We are still looking for the following positions for next year's PTSA:
  • Co-President - very important, critical role in making Centennial be the best that it can be.  Will be working with one of the current co-presidents.
  • Business Partners - new position.  Working to create partnerships with our community.  Also could be a vital position for moving Centennial forward.
  • Freshman, Junior and Senior Liaisons - works with the respective student councils.  Important roles in helping bolster school spirit at Centennial.
  • Project Graduation Chairs - Current Junior Parents who coordinate all activities associated with Project Graduation for their students' Senior Class next year.
If you are interested in one of these positions or know someone who would be a good fit, please contact Petie Armbruster at .

PTA TAKES ACTION  - Help start testing and evaluation reform in Georgia

Senate Bill 364 (SB364), by Senator Lindsey Tippins, is a bill which would reduce student state-mandated testing and reduce the weight of these tests in teacher and administrator evaluations.  Georgia tests students at three times the Federally required amount.  SB364 would reduce standardized testing by 25% during a stud ent's 3-12 year career- from 32 tests to 24. SB364 also addresses how these tests are used in teacher and administrator evaluations.  Currently, standardized tests account for 50% of a teacher's and 70% of an administrator's evaluation.  SB364 would reduce these to 30% and 40%, respectively.  

SB364 unanimously passed the Senate and is now in the House.  Please take a few minutes to contact your Representative and ask him or her to support reducing the focus on standardized testing in Georgia - let them know you SUPPORT Senate Bill 364.
District 51 - Wendell Willard
District 48 -  Betty Price
District 49 - Chuck Martin
Seniors: Project Graduation Lock In at Andretti's
This is a fun and safe event for our Senior Class on 5/20 after the Graduation Ceremony from 11:30pm through 6:00am.  This event is funded mostly through ticket sales and yard sign sales.  We would like to have as many people purchase tickets and yard signs now as we can get.  The more money that we can raise now, the more prizes we will be able to purchase for the event. 

Forms are available at the CHS front office, online at the CHS PTSA website under Seniors 2016 or by following these links.  

We also would love to receive personal donations as well as business donations.  Business donations will be noted in our monthly newsletters as well as on our PTSA website and school marquee. 

Please turn in forms with payments as well as donations to the front office at school.  If you have any questions, contact Eva Taylor at
If you purchase the ticket to Project Graduation before April 1, you will receive 2 raffle tickets to win prizes.  On April 18 the price of admission rises to $85. 

Special thanks to X-drenaline. for their very generous $500 donation to Project Graduation.  X-drenaline offers a unique combination of activities that no one else has all under one roof - indoor trampolines, rock climbing walls and ninja obstacle courses. We cater to kids and parents, with the most exciting activities for kids and comfortable settings for moms and dads.  X-drenaline  - 1611 Roswell Rd, Marietta 30062.  Please check them out!                        

Senior Treats are coming on 3/24 during lunch
Senior Treats are brought to your seniors by the Project Graduation Team. 

Fees - Have You Paid Them Yet?

$100 Graduation gown and ceremony fees 
Mandatory if attending graduation.
Go to and select Centennial, Roswell GA and click purchase Cap and Gown/Graduation Fee.   This fee covers a lot of stuff including:  cap, gown, diploma, diploma cover, tassles, rental fee for graduation location, etc. 

This fee will go up to $125 after 3/15. Caps and gowns must be ordered no later than March 15th.  Arrival date for them is April 14th (Thursday) during both lunches.   If the gown is ordered after March 15th a late fee of $25 will be added to the $100 fee  and their gown will be delivered at a later date.Contact Caroline Truax at if you  are not sure whether or not you have already paid this fee.

$50 Senior Dues Mandatory
Make check payable to Centennial HS and bring to Ms. McKay in the Learning Commons.   This fee covers all activities associated with Senior Week (4/18-4/22) including a Senior lunch and Senior T-shirt.  It also covers a Senior lunch the day of graduation rehearsal (5/19).  Prom ticket sales in their Junior Year also go towards Senior Week activities. Unfortunately, this class had low junior year prom ticket participation and this will be reflected in their Senior Week activity budget. 

Only ½ of the class has currently paid their Senior Dues.  Please pay them now so that your student can participate in their upcoming Senior activities.    You can check with Ms. McKay if you are not sure whether you have already paid for you Senior Dues.

Display with pride that you have a graduating SENIOR!

Order your yard signs now. Limited quantities will be ordered. Complete the  Graduation Yard Sign order form and make checks payable to CHS PTSA. Orders may be turned into the front office or mailed. 1 for $25 or 2 for $40.

PTSA Service Scholarship - Due 3/25

Each year the Centennial High School PTSA offers several scholarships, some up to $1000, recognizing exceptional dedication to volunteerism among the senior class students. These scholarships will be awarded to students who best exemplify the PTSA's ideals of outstanding commitment of service to others in our school, community and world.

Any graduating senior with a GPA of 80 or higher who is enrolling at a college, university or technical institute of higher learning may apply. Applicants (or their families) must be a member of the PTSA by the end of the first semester to be eligible.

Applications and a detailed description are now available at the PTSA website and are due in the front office by Friday, March 25 th at 3:30pm.   If you have any questions, please contact Debbie Barone, Scholarship Committee Chair, at

Attention Junior Parents:  
We need you as volunteer chaperones for this year's Project Graduation.  It is tradition that the Junior Parents help out on the Seniors Project Graduation Night, so please consider helping out - you know that you will appreciate someone doing it when your child is a senior next year!  It is the evening of 5/20.  There will be 2 shifts: 11pm - 2:30am and 2:30am - 6am.  We will need many people to help out.  Please contact Melissa Stone at

Centennial Prom

Thank you to all the parents who volunteered to help sell prom tickets and get door prizes.  A special thank you to the Verch's and the Colson's for donating prom tickets for students who needed help.  Prom is March 19 th  from 8PM-12AM at the Fernbank.  They must bring their receipts from ticket purchases to get in. Students can still buy tickets at the door.  They are $75 for seniors and $80 for juniors.  Students will get a free sheet of pictures at prom and there will be a photo booth and free parking.

Summit Onsite School-based Counseling

The Summit Counseling Center has partnered with Fulton County Schools to offer Summit Onsite ! This new initiative is a School-Based Counseling Program offering counseling for students in 6 Fulton County high schools including Centennial High School . The Summit Onsite therapists are available in your school to offer judgment free support for anything life throws at you!

When should you reach out to a Summit Onsite School-based Therapist: feeling sad, anxious, stressed out, academically overloaded, thoughts about hurting yourself or others, family issues, divorce, bullying, relationship problems, friend issues, trouble sleeping, body image concerns, low self-confidence, not feeling good about yourself, trouble focusing in class, nervousness in groups, feeling overwhelmed, and/or feeling lonely.

Schedule an appointment: Call the Summit at 678-893-5300 or visit our website 

Yearbook Information -  

Centennial Student and Teacher Accomplishments!

Centennial Valedictorian and Salutatorian 2016

Congratulations to Justin Htay and Mary Stephens - this senior class valedictorian and salutatorian.  What an amazing accomplishment!  GO KNIGHTS!!

Centennial STAR Student 2016 
Congratulations to STAR Student Andrew Zhang on achieving academic excellence and to STAR Teacher Chad Hoge for helping Andrew and his other students reach their goals. The STAR Student is the senior who has achieved the highest SAT score; Andrew achieved a 2340/2400.  The student then selects his STAR Teacher to honor the teacher he believes has had the most impact in his high school years. To recognize their achievements, the Midtown Atlanta Rotary honored Andrew and Mr. Hoge at a recognition breakfast held for STARs across the metro-Atlanta area. Pictured above are Mr. Hoge, Andrew, and the President of the Midtown Atlanta Rotary Club.

Nathan Jacob Takes 1st Place at County Science Fair

Nathan Jacob was awarded first place in the Fulton County Regional Science and Engineering Fair and will be competing at the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair in April with his project, "A Natural and Efficient Solution to Thrombophilia."  Nathan says he "looked to find a better, natural anticoagulant that could treat thrombophilia better that the pharmaceutical version."  He "tested blood clots against different natural solutions and discovered that the horse chestnut solution produced safer and better results than the pharmaceutical." Wow!! Way to go Nathan!!  Go Knights!!

Senior Amaris Anderson Receives SCAD Writing Award

Senior Amaris Anderson, pictured with her AP Literature teacher Ms. Smith, has been honored with a Silver Key award for her writing portfolio submitted to the SCAD Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.  Her work will be featured in an exhibition at SCAD's Foundation Studies department March 5-19. She and Ms. Smith will attend an awards ceremony on March 19 at the SCAD Atlanta campus for the presentation of keys. This year marks the 93 rd SCAD Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.  

Centennial Teacher and Professional of the Year
Marie Robinson was named Centennial Teacher of the Year and Laura Wood was named Centennial Professional of the Year.  Both Ms. Robinson and Ms. Wood were nominated and selected by their peers at the school.  Centennial is very lucky to have both of you.  Ms. Robinson and Ms. Wood were both honored by the school and PTSA with a breakfast event. Go Knights!!
Kuhn Elected GSTA Officer

CHS science teacher Bob Kuhn was recently elected to office in the Georgia Science Teachers Association (GSTA) as the high school representative for the state of Georgia. He will be in the forefront of discussions concerning new state standards and science/education bills going through the state house. Congratulations, Bob! 

Avalon, the school's literary magazine, is proud to announce that their 2014-2015 edition was awarded a Gold Medalist Certificate by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Editors of the issue were Gaia Harper and Elizabeth Soos. CSPA is an international student press association, founded in 1925, whose goal is to unite student journalists and faculty advisers at schools and colleges through educational conferences, idea exchanges, textbooks, critiques and award programs.


Centennial High School's Model United Nations team participated in the National High School Model United Nations Conference in New York City.  At this conference our students competed against more than 3,000 others from high schools all over the world.  Our team received the Award of Merit (3 RD place) and Hannah Kitzmiller, Ashwin Rathie, and Peter Tilly received individual honors.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
Oswin Nwabude has been selected as a Future Business Leaders of America Region Officer for the 2016-2017 school year.  He will represent high school chapters in Fulton and Fayette counties. Additionally, Oswin will participate in and conduct leadership trainings throughout the next school year.  We are extremely proud of his accomplishments in FBLA.

Centennial JROTC
Centennial High School Army JROTC Cadet MacKenzy Davis placed 3rd in the Individual Drill Movement Event at the JROTC Area 3 Region Drill Competition.  MacKenzy competed against more than 250 other cadets from 11 schools in Fulton County and surrounding areas.

Centennial High School Army JROTC Cadets Conner Frizzell (above right) and Christian Arriaga (above left) finished first and second respectfully in the JROTC Area 3 Exhibition Rifle (Rifle Flipping) solo competition. They competed against individuals from 11 other schools in Fulton County and surrounding areas. They will both compete in the JROTC State Exhibition Rifle competition on March 19th in Griffin, Georgia.

The Army JROTC from the Centennial Knights Battalion conducted their Annual Military Ball on Saturday March 5th, 2016 at the Country Club of the South in Johns Creek, Georgia.

Principal's Honor Roll Breakfast

On Friday March 4th, the CHS PTA hosted an Awards Breakfast in the Gym on the upper track to over 300 students.  These students all earned a 95% average or above for the first semester of there 2015 - 2016 school
year.  Students received an invitation to attend the breakfast with their peers and Mrs. Crumbley, who was thrilled to be able to personally congratulate many of the students who were in attendance.  Students were treated to Chick Fil A chicken biscuits, fruit and various pastries and beverages.  We were so excited to see many of these same students back for the breakfast from last year in addition to many new faces!   A special thanks to those seniors who were able to attend - we couldn't have been more thrilled to honor them with their last awards breakfast .  

CHS Knights in Germany
Our German students and CHS teachers, Ms. McCarty and Ms. Rudel, received a warm welcome in Dusseldorf from their German peers.  They had a safe and culture-filled week.

Centennial NHS at Hillside for Read Across America Day

Junior and Senior Knights spent the day at Hillside helping out and having fun at their Annual Read Across America Day extravaganza.  Many of these Knights participated in Read Across America Day when they were Huskies themselves.  So much fun to go back and make it special for these future Knights.

Centennial Knights Sports


Under the leadership of Coach Jason Washington, three Centennial wrestlers qualified for Georgia State Sectionals and one qualified for Georgia State Championships during the 2015-16 season. 

Freshman Jeremiah Mitchell (106lbs), junior Grant Harney (126lbs), and junior Mason Mitchell (285lbs) all qualified for Georgia State Sectionals. At sectionals, Grant Harney qualified for the Georgia State Championship tournament. With a 37 - 16 record, Grant placed top 8 in the AAAAAA state tournament in a gritty performance. Other wrestlers who reached the podium this year were freshmen Caleb Tates (152lbs) and Frankie Cecere (138lbs). At Freshman State Championships, Caleb Tates placed 1st and Frankie Cecere placed 2nd in their respective weight classes.
The program looks forward to continuing a tradition of success with the continued contributions of devoted parents, fans, wrestlers, and coaches.


Centennial Basketball players Brianna Perry and Darrian Brown both named to 6AAAAAA  All Region teams. Brianna also made the All Tournament Team during the Region Tournament. Congratulations Knights!!

BASEBALL AND SOCCER  Spring Spirit Week - Friday 3/18.
Baseball and Soccer will be teaming up for Spring Spirit Week this year! A Kona Ice truck will be onsite for the Varsity Baseball and Varsity Boys & Girls Soccer Games from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. All Students who come to the games will get FREE Admission and when they buy a pair of Thunder Sticks for $5.00 they will get a FREE Kona Ice for coming out to the games.
This will be a great event for two Spring Programs partnering for the betterment of the Athletic Program.

Congratulations to our 1 st  Annual Volley For A Cause Tournament Winners!  The Chacos & Enos (Captain Mikaela Weidmann) beating out the Bump Chumps (Captain Kaitlyn Melton) in the final and taking home $120 cash and this year's trophy!  We were able to honor Todd Kearney for all his hard work as CHS Volleyball Director & Head Coach, we had a great parent/student team that surprised all of us and we were able to collect canned food items for NFCC!  Can't wait until next year.

  • Upcoming Volleyball Parent meeting scheduled for April and May tryouts to be announced in next edition of eNews.
  • Opening for JV Volleyball Coach; email Lori Standard (Board President @ for contact information.
The Girls Varsity Golf is off to a great start most  recently  competing at the Glynn County Ryder Cup at the Jekyll Island Golf Club.  The foursome included Emma Sweigart, Anna Hansil, Ashton Wilson and Sydney Floyd coached by Wes Wozgen.

Centennial Track & Field is offering two SKY ZONE Super Party Packages 
( $399 value) for $250 each! 
Each package includes:
1 Hour Private Dodgeball Court Jump Time
Plus Full Access To Main Court - Sky Slam - Foam Zone
4 Large One - Topping Pizzas
Unlimited Soft Drinks And Water
Party Cake
Also includes 40 minutes in a party space after your jump time, invitations and envelopes, 2 free 1 hour passes, sock rental, party plates, cups, etc. Valid Wed, Thurs & Fri in Roswell (max 23 jumpers) or Suwanee (max 17 jumpers).

Centennial CBI Wins March Madness Tournament

Playing against competitors from Cambridge, Alpharetta, Roswell, and Chattahoochee, our own Centennial CBI students won both the JV and Varsity Special Olympics March Madness basketball tourney held here at Centennial.  Congratulations to all!

Harlem Globetrotters take on Centennial

Two members of the Harlem Globetrotters (Moose and Buckets) came out to Centennial on Tuesday , March 1,  to help kickoff Exceptional Children's Month. The Globetrotters put on an exhibition with wheelchair athletes from BlazeSports that was featured on Fox's Good Day Atlanta. Several of our CBI students then had the opportunity to use some of the chairs and get on the floor with the Globetrotters. Later in the day the two Globetrotters gave a great talk to our students about their CARE initiative and some character education. They also talked about their lives and how a positive attitude has helped them to find success.

The Arts at Centennial

Centennial High School Theatre Department presents Stephen Sondheim's A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.  Forum is a show in constant motion as characters, such as the conniving slave, the hen-pecked husband, the boastful captain, the young lovers and the lecherous old man, whiz from one ridiculous situation to other zanier situations. This is the story with an array of hilarious subplots and hysterical complications.  Come see a "Comedy Tonight" ...well actually the performances are March 23, 24, 25 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday) at 7 p.m. in the CHS auditorium.  Hope to see you there! Ticket prices are $8 for students and $13 for adults


Congratulations to the Centennial High School Chamber and Concert Orchestras on their Superior ratings at the GMEA Large Group Performance Evaluation at Alpharetta High School!! This is the highest ratings that can be achieved.  Go Knights!!

The Centennial Orchestra has had a busy spring with straight superior ratings at Large Group Performance Evaluation, and a trip to Orlando to perform in the STARS Music Festival at Universal Studios. Also, this month, orchestra students will be performing for the key note address for the National Foundation for Music Education Conference in Atlanta and for the Yes, I Can awards. Please join us for the Spring Concert on April 26 which will feature senior soloists, the Concert and Chamber Orchestras, as well as the Full Symphony Orchestra.  The concert is at 7:00 PM and is free to the public.

CONGRATULATIONS to all 3 bands on their results from LGPE!  The Large Group Performance Evaluation is one of the most important performances all year, and the scores this year were outstanding: 
  • Wind Ensemble - 1's on stage and a 1 in sight reading (1=Superior)
  • Symphonic - 2's on stage and a 1 in sight reading (2=Excellent)
  • Concert - 2's on stage and a 1 in sight reading (2=Excellent)
Job well done to the students and all instructors after months of intense preparation! Next up: the Spring Concert on April 21and the Jazz Band Concert on April 28.  Both concerts start at 7:00 and is free to the public.
  • Reminder that the CHOCOLATE SALE is still going on! Find a member of the band classes, marching band or color guard and buy some today - because it ends March 24th!
  • REGISTER NOW for 2016-17 Marching Band & Color Guard!
  • Registration is now open for next year's marching band! For more information, contact Karen LeCates:

Other News from The Foundation for the Fine Arts
  • Monday, 21 March join the Foundation for the Fine Arts at Village Burger, from 5:00 to 9:00.  A portion of all proceeds that night will come back to the Fine Arts Department.  Let someone else do the cooking and support a great group of kids.
  • April 14 will be the Chorus Concert and Spring Showcase.  Not only will Chorale, Bella Voce, Knightingales, Accafellas, and the Pals Choir perform there will also be a showcase of auditioned performers to enjoy.  The concert is at 7:00 and is free to the public.
  • If you have an interest in joining the FFA please contact, Charly Rowlands at  There are several great opportunities to support Centennial and the Fine Arts Department.

Centennial Named AP Honor School!!
Centennial was recognized as an AP Merit, AP STEM, AP STEM Achievement and AP Humanities school by the Georgia Department of Education.
  • AP Merit Schools are schools with at least 20 percent of the student population taking AP exams and at least 50 percent of all AP exams earning scores of 3 or higher.
  • AP STEM Schools are schools with students testing in at least two AP math courses and two AP science courses (AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, AP Physics B, AP Physics C, AP Computer Science).
  • AP STEM Achievement Schools are schools with students testing in at least two AP math courses and two AP science courses, and at least 40 percent of the exam scores on AP math and AP science exams earning scores of 3 or higher.
  • AP Humanities Schools are schools with students testing in all of the following AP courses: at least one ELA course, two social sciences courses, one fine arts course and one world language course.
Thank you to students, teachers, staff, and parents for all working so hard to make this happen.  GO KNIGHTS!!

Centennial Cluster/Fulton County Schools Information

SPLOST Vote on May 24

On Tuesday, May 24 th , 2016, Fulton County residents will be asked to vote to continue the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST).  The SPLOST funds will be utilized to support Fulton County Schools (FCS) Capital Plan 2022, which includes construction of new building, school renovations at 60 schools, technology instruction and security, purchase of furniture and equipment and other capital needs.

In November 2015, the North Fulton Council of PTA's passed a resolution supporting the continued use of SPLOST to fund capital programs and urge all of its members and community to vote "Yes" to reauthorize the Education SPLOST for Fulton County School Systems.

For more detailed information about FCS Capital Plan 2022 including the various components, the budget and the alignment of the capital plan with FCS Strategic Plan, click here:

Bus Drivers Needed!

Please call 470-254-2970 for job opportunities as a Fulton County Schools bus driver!

Fulton County Superintendent search  is still on
Dr. Philip D. Lanoue has removed his name for consideration as FCS Superintendent.  The Board of Education is working to find a new candidate.
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.
  • Linda McCain
    • Tuesday 3/15 Taylor Road MS 9:30 AM
    • Tuesday 4/19 Johns Creek HS 7:00 PM
  • Katha Stuart  
    • Wednesday 3/16 Hembree Springs Elementary School 9:30 AM 
    • Wednesday 4/20 Roswell HS 6:30 PM
  • Julia Bernath 
    • Tuesday 3/15 Barnwell ES 9:30 AM
    • Tuesday 4/19 North Springs HS 7:00 PM

April eNews will be out a little later next month.  Due to Spring Break, look for April's eNews on 4/26.

Accident Avoidance Workshops
Driver trainin' the way it ought'a be! 

Do you have any hesitations in giving car keys to your new teen driver? Concerned about texting and driving, showing off for friends, or other distractions? Is your child overly confident or under confident? THIS COURSE WILL HELP and it's coming to Centennial April 19, 23rd or 24th. This program is certified by the National Defensive Driving Institute and may save you money on your insurance costs. 

All students completing this class will be included in a drawing for a free on-campus parking pass next year (driver's license required for parking pass).

Please read this flier for more details and contact AAW for questions and to register. For personal testimonials, please contact Karen LeCates.

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!

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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