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CHS eNEWS                                      May  2016

Centennial Senior Athletes and Artists
Here is a list of Centennial Senior Artists and Athletes who will be continuing their art or sport next year at college.  We are so proud of you and wish you the best of luck!  Go Knights!!

Mika Tokutake Music Education Georgia State University
Jacob Martinez Music Education Kennesaw State University
Kyle Howard Music Education Georgia Southern University

Garrett Douglas Vocal Performance Texas State University
Jairo Organista-Diaz Vocal Performance Reinhardt University
Elizabeth Raeside Pre-Med with Vocal Perf. Minor University of Georgia
Kayla Larry Musical Theater/Nursing Dbl. Major Valdosta State University
C'ara Alston Psychology with Music Minor Auburn University

Visual Arts 
Hannah Chan Visual Arts SCAD Savannah

Hunter Doster Swimming US Air Force
Sage Ono Swimming Emory University
Julia Couch Lacrosse Florida Southern College
Matt Chase Lacrosse Rutgers University
Michaela Weidman Volleyball University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Zach Soder Baseball Belmont Abbey College
Bri Perry Basketball Moberly College
Grace Morrow Basketball State Fair Community College
Darrian Brown Basketball Southern Wesleyan University
Alyssa Beck Soccer College of Charleston
Caden Herring Football Yale University
Bill Barton Football Centre College
Dalton Moore Football Washington and Jefferson College
Jerry Hippolyte Football Albany State University


Final Exam Schedule

Senior Final Exam Schedule 2016

9th - 11th Grade Final Exam Schedule 2016
  • Exams cannot be given early. All requests for excused absences during final exams must be submitted, in writing, to the students' administrator.
  • If a student is absent during the final exam:Student will receive a "0" on the exam.
    • The final grade is submitted reflecting the "0" on the final exam.
    • Once the student makes up the exam with the teacher, the grade is recalculated and a grade change form is submitted to Mrs. Stisher.
  • Students must make up their final exam within 10 school days of returning, unless an extenuating circumstance occurs. If a student fails to make-up their final exam within that specified time frame, they will receive a 10% grade reduction once the final exam is scored.
  • Any exams not made up within 20 school days will result in the student receiving a "0". 

Surface 3 Device Collections
We will be collecting your district issued Surface 3 tablet and accessories by grade level based on the schedule below.
  • Sophomores: May 16th-18th
  • Freshmen: May 19th-20th

In order to ensure an efficient check in process and allow for an easy roll out process next school year, please take some time at home to do the following:
  1. Run critical windows updates using the attached directions.  Windows critical updates.docx 
  2. Back up all your school work that you would like to keep to your One Drive account or flash drive.
  3. Delete all school work from the desktop, documents folder, photos folder or other folder you may have saved your work.
  4. Collect all accessories (power cords, pens, keyboard, cases)
  5. Bring money to pay fines for lost or damaged devices and accessories - see attached fine schedule Device Fee Schedule.png 
Students can submit payment for damaged, lost, or stolen devices and/or accessories to Ms. Wood in the Learning Commons.

Failure to Return a Device or Accessories: 
A student who fails to return a device or any accessories or peripherals will be responsible for the full replacement cost of the item that was not returned.  

Unpaid Fines:  Unpaid fines will result in a hold on transcripts and records until the fine has been resolved.

Senior Year is fast and furious, so stay tuned to all of the upcoming eNewsletters for important info all year long.

First task for your senior year is SENIOR PORTRAITS.
Senior Portraits will be scheduled for June 2 nd , 3 rd , and July 6 th , 7 th , and 8 th  at Holcomb Bridge Middle School. Rising seniors will be receiving more information about pictures and packages prior to the end of the school year.
Senior Ads will also be available for purchase over the summer! More details will be coming home with your rising senior on Wednesday, May 18 th .

Centennial Athletics

Football's Spring Game is on 5/19 at 7:30.  Come out to The Fortress and Support Your Knights!
Also, Football will be holding their annual Golf & Tennis Tournament on July 25 th , at Country Club of Roswell followed by Dinner & Silent Auction.  For more info contact Matt Risse at

Cross Country Meetings in Coach Weigand's room after school.  
Boys - Wednesday 5/18
Girls - Thursday 5/19


Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Volleyball Teams... 

  • Varsity - Olivia Diaz, Ally Gray, Kristen Haupt, Julia Horras, Kyndall Human, Kayla King, Kaitlyn Melton, Christina Pio, Carmen Ross, Yeva Shumakova, and Livi Weidmann
  • Junior Varsity - Sarah Ahmed, Ella Brannan, Keely Douglas, Caroline Dreesman, Divine Guthrie, Nina Howard, Evie Hufstetler, Sommer Lemcoe, Kira Lilly, Kinsey McElhaney, Jannah Moede and Lauren Obijeski
  • Freshman Team - Nevaeh Archer, Lana Bradford, Karmon Gibson, Elena Jerkovic, Ella Hancock, Emily McHenry, Samarah Pierre, Zeirrea Spain, Suiani Tibola, Alexis Woolfolk and Sara Ward
Midas Fundraising has begun...see one of our Volleyball Players for Free Midas Oil Change with donation of $20 to our club. 

Any questions please contact Lori Standard (CHS Volleyball Board President)

SPLOST Vote on May 24

SPLOST (Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax) is the Fulton County Schools penny sales tax used to pay for necessary capital expenses (buildings, buses, technology, the "stuff" our students touch and use). Every 5 years, voters have the opportunity to renew this tax. If the SPLOST referendum does not pass, then the school system can either raise property taxes by almost $600 a year on a $250,000 home, or take out a bond, and raise property taxes at a lower rate to cover the cost of the bond.  SPLOST is a pay-as-you-go (no debt) way for us to fund our schools that EVERYONE who spends money in Fulton County contributes to (even visitors). Please help us to 
GET THE VOTE out!  You can find more information on the specific projects Fulton Schools has planned for SPLOST here  If you need more information or would like to help the SPLOST campaign, please email  Early voting begins in early May and election day is May 24.

Summer Assignments

The Link for summer assignments is Even though it says 2015, it is really this summer's assignments.  (They are working on changing the title.) As the teacher's send in their assignments, the link for that class becomes enabled, so make sure that you check back to get all of your classes' assignments.

Here's how some of the PTSA Mini-Grant funds are being used!
PTSA Mini-Grants are given to the teachers and staff at Centennial HS from your PTSA membership funds and donations.  Faculty applies at the beginning of the year and awards are granted in the fall and distributed throughout the year.  Here are some examples.

Here are some pictures of seniors in Forensic Science using the bones purchased by the PTSA through their mini grant program.

Students here are researching sexual dimorphism, in that human skeletons are similar but different based on the gender of the skeleton.   There is a skull, pelvis, humerus, and femur.

Open PTSA Positions - Please consider volunteering at your child's school.
We are still looking for the following positions for next year's PTSA:
  • Newsletter Editor
  • PTA Cluster Chair
  • Project Graduation Chairs
  • Senior Treats Chair
  • Environmental/ Grounds Committee Chair 
If you are interested in one of these positions or know someone who would be a good fit, please contact Petie Armbruster at

Desserts and Helpers Needed
For the Teachers' End of the Year luncheon:
Thursday, May 26th  starting at  12:00 in the  Cafeteria
  • Desserts - We would like to have a desert table with cookies and desserts that are easy for teachers to grab and go.  We will serve 225 teachers.
  • Helpers - to serve food, drinks and desserts.
Contact Cindy Soder at    Plan on bringing the desserts to the school anytime on Thursday.  There will be a cart set up in the office for you to drop them off.  If you can help set up and serve meet there at 12:00.

Volunteers Needed: Text Book Collection

Volunteers are needed Monday - Wednesday, May 23-25, to help Coach Stiltz with text book collection.  5 volunteers at a time are needed to scan bar codes and stack books.  Please click the SignUp Genius image or follow this link to sign up for a 2 hour slot,.  Thank you! 

PTSA Senior Service Scholarship Award
Centennial High School would like to congratulate the winners of the PTSA Senior Service Scholarship Award.  This year's recipients have served countless hours  working with kids, teenagers, pets, the elderly, and the sick, collecting food, books and other items, going on mission trip in villages in developing countries, providing service within their churches, raising money for nonprofits, and making a difference in our school. They also founded organizations to support their projects and showed leadership through it all.  P lease help to congratulate this year's winners:  Elika Upadhyay, Mira Shah, Erin McCall, Caitlin Colenburg, Mary Stephens and Jack Sullivan.  Thank you to all of the applicants! You make Centennial High School very proud!

Left to right - Jack Sullivan, Elika Upadhyay, Erin McCall, Mira Shah, Mary Stephens; Missing - Caitlin Collenburg
TOP LOCKER PROMOTION - Back by Popular Demand!
Join the PTSA no later than July 31st, 2016, and be eligible for the Top Locker Promotion.

By joining the Centennial PTSA, you show your kids that school is important, you are invested in their success and you ensure parents have a voice when important decisions about our schools are being made.   In addition to supporting the Centennial High School & the PTSA, you receive these other benefits:
  1. Your membership donation is tax-deductible.
  2. Your membership card provides you with discounts at Staples, Hertz, Chattahoochee Nature Center, Zoo Atlanta, Papa John's Pizza, and the Alliance Theatre to name just a few.
Note: You will receive an email confirmation/tax receipt within two weeks of joining - Please BRING confirmation of joining with you to Open House to receive your top locker

Accident Avoidance Workshops 

Driver trainin' the way it ought'a be!   
CONGRATULATIONS to Elizabeth Buchanan and Georgia Harper for winning a free parking pass after taking the AAW class in April! You too can qualify for a free parking pass by taking the AAW class returning to Centennial October 18, 22-23.

Please check out the AAW website for more information:

For questions about this program, please contact Karen LeCates, PTSA Committee Chair, at 

Centennial Band
September 25th - Save the Date for Tanner Photography Portraits!
Please save September 25th for your family's portrait! Tanner Photography will be conducting outdoor (weather permitting) photo shoots for Centennial families. Don't forget the pets!

All proceeds will benefit the Centennial HS Band program. Watch for more information coming over the summer!


When?  Where?  What do I wear?

When:    May 19 th 11:30am - 12:30pm
Where:  Football Stadium 

When: May 19 th 1pm - 3pm
Where: Mt. Pisgah Methodist Church
Students with outstanding fines or uncompleted requirements will not be issued tickets

Students should arrive at Mt. Pisgah by 6:45 with cap, gown and all regalia ready.
Men:   dark slacks (long pants), white collared shirt, tie, and black dress shoes
Ladies: nice dress with neutral dress shoes or sandals

Parents - do not let your seniors miss out on this fun, all-night, substance-free party with their classmates at Andretti's on Graduation night, 5/20. Cost is $85.  Click here for the form. Bring to the front office at school.  

We will be selling tickets at the door that night, but if you are under 18, you must have the waiver signed by a parent/guardian in order to be admitted.

  • Check In Begins at 11:00 PM, Friday May 20 at Andretti's.  You Must Arrive NO LATER THAN MIDNIGHT - NO EXCEPTIONS!
  • Parents will be contacted shortly after midnight if their senior has not arrived. 
  • Parents may contact the Committee Chairs any time during the event.  Eva Taylor 678-522-7482 Caroline Truax 678-525-3803
  • Check out will be at 6:00 AM Saturday May 21.
  • Wear Flat, closed toe shoes for go-karting.  Sneakers would be best.               NO Sandals or Flip Flops are permitted on the race course.
  • Do Not Bring Anything of Value with you!!!  Everything you need will be provided  Leave valuables at home or lock them in the trunk of your car.
  • No Food or Drink may be Brought into Andretti's
  • You must have a signed waiver to attend. If you signed up prior to the evening, we already have your waiver form.
  • Tickets are still available.  They can also be purchased at Andretti's that evening.  However, if the attendee is under 18, that student's parent or guardian must sign the waiver form.  No one will be admitted without this form.  If you signed up prior to the evening, we already have your waiver form.
  • If you have any questions please contact us at
We're looking forward to a great Event!!!

Eva Taylor, Caroline Truax, Lucretia Floyd Jamie Albright
Project Graduation Co-Chairs

Show your Senior Knight Pride by displaying a Centennial Graduate Sign in your yard.  Yard signs cost $25 or 2 for $40. T hey are at the front office at school and available for purchase.  Or, send in order form (click here for form) with payment and the sign will be delivered. 
ALL proceeds from yard sign sales goes towards the seniors' experience at Project Graduation.

Did you know that it costs $15,000 to make Project Graduation happen at Andretti's? 
Actual ticket sales to the event make up less than half of that amount. We would like to thank the following organizations for their super generous donations towards this event:

 X-drenaline, The National Guard, Centennial PTSA, Staff Zone, Haynes Bridge PTA, Publix, Chick Fil A, Kroger Haynes Bridge, Monterrey & The Gourmet Pretzel Company 

Prior to graduation all seniors are required to complete and turn in a senior withdrawal form . This is the form seniors will use to check off they have turned in all books and school property as well as indicate which college their final official transcript is to be sent. Withdrawal forms should have been picked up last week.
Forms need to be turned in to Ms White in the counseling office by  Wednesday, May 18th at 4:00pm .

Seniors will not receive their tickets for graduation if this form has not been turned in by the deadline.

Club sponsors are responsible for graduation cords.  Have your student check with their club sponsor about whether they have graduation cords and what the cost is.  Many clubs raise money for their club by selling graduation cords.  Graduation cords are worn around a student's neck over their graduation gown for the graduation ceremony.

Graduation Tickets will be issued to the students at the Graduation Rehearsal.

NOT ENOUGH GRADUATION TICKETS? Relatives live too far away?....Well, we have the next best thing to being at Graduation. You can watch the streamlined ceremony live at

Centennial SGC
Centennial Governance Council
Strategic Plan - We are currently working on Centennial's next Strategic Plan.  This new Strategic Plan will be voted on and approved by the SGC by 6/15/16. The 3 long term outcomes that will be the focus of Centennial's next Strategic Plan and their accompanying Short Term Goals are:
  1. Improve students' access to personalized learning.
    1. Reduce the number of credit deficient, retained students 
    2. Increase graduation rate for each 4 and 5-year cohort
    3. Increase students' exposure to experience-based learning activities
  2. Develop students' exposure to higher levels of learning.
    1. Increase Lexile band scores
    2. Improve access & increase successful completion of honors, AP, and MOWR courses
    3. Expand participation in SAT/ACT prep courses
  3. Increase students' proficiency with technology to function successfully in a global society.
    1. Expose all students to computer programming and career opportunities 
    2. Provide S.P.a.C.E. access through all classes
    3. Increase subgroup participation and completion of career tech and academic pathways
This new Strategic Plan will be for the next 3 years.  If you have any input or comment on Centennial's Strategic Plan, contact Caroline Truax at

2016 Renovations at Centennial

During construction Centennial administration will be moved to Hillside Elementary School.  Summer Hours:  8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Phone:   404-254-4230

Centennial Student, Teacher and PTSA Accomplishments!

Centennial Student Leadership
The week of April 18 th -22 nd was National Student Leadership Week. Centennial High School would like to recognize the following outstanding student leaders:

Alexandra Harvill, Freshman Student Council
Alex's hard work and dedication to her position has helped her become a leader for her class.   Throughout the year Alex utilized her outgoing and friendly personality to involve her peers in council and all of the duties it entails.  During Homecoming week, Alex conducted meetings, delegated responsibilities, and worked tirelessly to ensure that the class of 2019 showed their Centennial spirit.  The Captain America hallway, the parade float, and the homecoming dance decorations were a success because of Alex's leadership skills.  Alex is a natural leader because she includes everyone, is not afraid to give her opinions, and understands the power in working together.  Alex takes pride in everything she does and has high expectations for herself and others.  

Marlina Steinson, SADD
As a busy senior, Marlina has found time throughout the year to be a dedicated officer for SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) club.  Marlina held monthly meetings for the club during which she organized students to be involved in various activities associated with drug free living.  Red Ribbon Week at Centennial would not have been a success without Marlina.  She worked hard in the planning, preparing, organizing, and running events and activities to promote drug free living at Centennial High School.  Marlina shows leadership skills in her ability to delegate duties to members of the club, and to communicate ideas to her peers as well as adults.  Marlina truly practices the club's mission: "to empower young people to successfully confront the risks and pressures that challenge them throughout their daily lives".  It will be difficult to replace Marlina as a leader next year for SADD.  

Anna Hansil, Sophomore Student Council
Anna has gone above and beyond in her role as a sophomore class president. She is always on top of both meetings and fundraisers, is an active member of several groups at CHS, and manages to balance all commitments with poise. Anna is always willing to volunteer for everything that would benefit her class. She is a true leader. 

Isabelle Lee, Junior Student Council
I sabelle is extremely well organized and motivated.  She has never complained about any task assigned and she delivers every time.  Isabelle also has an amazing ability to motivate others.  She leads by example and makes all other members of council enthusiastic about doing what is best for their class.  

Ashwin Rathie , Johns Creek Student Leadership
Ashwin stepped up to the plate for his class when their group needed to shift gears. He became the new project manager for the group and he hit the ground running. Due to his leadership skills and great communication, the group's project not only came to life but was done successfully and executed very well.

Hannah Kitzmiller, Model UN and Johns Creek Student Leadership
Hannah dedicates hours to mentoring freshmen about ways to contribute to the Model UN. Hannah's leadership skills are evident in each and every project she executes. She has an amazing way to influence her peers and bring urgent matters to their attention.

Adrian Hoefer , Executive Student Council and Key Club
  Adrian is involved in many aspects of Centennial and is a huge part of what makes this school successful. Whether it is Model UN, Accolade, Executive Council or Key Club, Adrian is a force. We could not have asked for a more attentive and hardworking president. His work ethic is amazing and his shoes will be tough to fill in the coming years.

Jesus Guzman Bonilla, HoPe (Hispanic Organization Promoting Education)
Jesus is a bright and outstanding student with a high sense of responsibility and dedication. Despite facing hardships, Jesus has always displayed optimism, kindness and drive to help others.  His friendly personality allows him to develop cordial relationships with his peers and teachers and he is well regarded and respected. As President of HoPe Jesus has been a key factor in recruiting members and instrumenting the chapter's programs, which include tutoring for ESOL students; scholarship research; community service projects and student mentorship. Jesus is emerging as a strong leader. 

Sebastian Puerta, HoPe (Hispanic Organization Promoting Education)   null
Sebastian is an enthusiastic student with a great curiosity and strong will to learn. He demonstrates excellence in honors and advance placement classes. As Vice-President of CHS HoPe, Sebastian actively participated in establishing a CHS HoPe Leadership Academy dedicated to preparing students in leadership skills, from which 12 graduates will be receiving certificates of completion.  He has emerged as a strong leader and he has also developed leaders in our school.

Thank you, student leaders, for your hard work and dedication to Centennial! Our best days are ahead! Go Knights!

Congratulations to CHS Athletes
Senior Thomas O'Neal (Track) and  
Junior Anna Teffeteller(Lacrosse) were named Georgia Positive Athletes.
Senior Julia Couch was named to the 1st  Team All-State and Junior Calli Capron was named to Honorable Mention All-State Team for Lacrosse.

Congratulations to our PTSA Co-President, Ginger Verch, on being named Centennial's Volunteer of the Year.

Ginger pictured here with School Board Members Julia Bernath and Katha Stuart

Centennial PTSA Accomplishments 2015-2016

CHS PTSA received several Certificates  for Membership 
Visionary Pin -  achieving 400 members by August 31, 2015
Pacesetters Certificate - achieving 300 members by August 31, 2015
Early Bird Certificate - achieving 200 members by September 30, 2015
Oak Tree Certificate - achieving 100% Staff Membership by October 31, 2015

Top 10 or 11(!) PTSA Accomplishments for 2015-2016
  1. Membership: Increased Membership to highest level ever, with 1071 members!  
  2. Prom: Raised awareness for Prom by providing an informative letter for Jr. and Sr. parents plus a survey for both parents and students. 
  3. Student Council Liaisons: Initiated meetings to gather all Student Council Teacher and PTSA Liaisons together to improve coordination and communication.
  4. Communication: eNewsletter ROCKS!!! Additional Senior and incoming 9th grade editions created this year to supplement what is already the BEST EVER!!!  Website also ROCKS!!! with a new look and links that will make your head spin.
  5. Environment: Outdoor Cafeteria significantly improved with plans for additional phases going forward.
  6. Senior Service Scholarships: Increased interest in Senior Service Scholarships to 16 applications...double from last year!
  7. Family Engagement: New Parent Forums created where the PTSA Co-Presidents, Principal and APs meet informally with new families to answer questions and introduce the PTSA.  Attendance has tripled throughout the year. Also, initiated PTSA welcome letters for students enrolling throughout the year inviting them to join PTSA etc.
  8. Caring and Sharing: Collected $1625 for our families in need.  The most collected, EVER!
  9. Red Ribbon Week and Ghost Out: Brought it out of hiding! Engaged the SADD club with RRW and Ghost Out to work together to make a significant impact on our students.
  10. Exceptional Children: Re-introduced this program by providing seminars for families.
  11. Senior Treats: New committee added this year to provide treats 4-5 times this year for seniors.  Raised school spirit and the awareness of just how cool it is to get to senior status!

Centennial Cluster/Fulton County/Community Information

Hillside Alumni - Check out your ex-principal Dara Jones...
Dara Jones Wilson Named Area Superintendent

Dara Jones Wilson has been named area superintendent for the South Learning Community, a geographic area of 20 schools in College Park, Fairburn and Southwest Atlanta that comprises Creekside, Langston Hughes, and Westlake high schools and the elementary and middle schools that feed into them.  She will also lead the Achievement Zone which will be combined with the South Learning Community.  In this senior leadership role she will manage the schools' principals and support staff to achieve their instructional goals.  

A veteran of the Fulton County School System since 1986, Ms. Wilson currently serves as Achievement Zone Officer, a position that provides support to schools in the Banneker High School cluster of schools. Before her appointment to that role she was executive director of the South Learning Community, a position that supports the area superintendent with day-to-day management responsibilities.

Ms. Wilson also has served as assistant superintendent of the school district's Student Support Services division where she provided leadership and direction for the planning, implementation, and assessment of Fulton's Special Education, Title I, ESOL, Student Discipline, Athletics, and Counseling, Psychological and Social Work Services departments. Previously, she was principal of Lake Forest, Hillside and Hapeville elementary schools.  

A-1 Driving Schools is extending our special pricing for all CHS students through the Summer. Check us out at

Summer Events at Roswell Library - 115 Norcross St. 
  • College Visits Series at Roswell Library - 
    • Kennesaw State University, 6/3 at 1:00pm
    • Morehouse University, 6/6 at 6:00pm
    • Berry College, 6/16 at 11:00am 
    • Auburn University, 6/16 at 1:30pm 
    • Georgia Southern, 6/23 at 11:00am
    • Emory University, 6/28 at 1:00pm
  • Summer Reading kickoff 6/1, 1:30pm
  • Guitar lessons with local recording artist Pat Valley 6/13, 1:30-3pm
  • Painting  6/20, 2-4pm.  Registration begins 6/1.
  • Teen Safety and Self Defense 7/25, 1:30-2:30pm

Bus Drivers Wanted

Both part time and full time positions available.
Full time positions include medical benefits.
Paid Training.
If you are interested, apply at

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
    • Next Meeting in August
  • Katha Stuart  
    • Wednesday 5/18 Roswell North Elementary School 9:30 AM
  • Julia Bernath 
    • Thursday 6/9 North Learning Center 9:30 AM

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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