Centreville School Board Selects New Superintendent

The Centreville School Board is excited to announce the selection of Stephanie Lemmer as the new superintendent for Centreville Public Schools effective July 1st.  Mrs. Lemmer has been the Director of Head Start at Kalamazoo RESA since 2013.  Previously, she was a principal in Comstock from 2011 to 2013.  She has also been a literacy coach and a reading and social studies teacher.  

We would all like to wish a warm welcome to Mrs. Lemmer and her family in this new endeavor! We're excited to have her join the Bulldog family. 

District Headlines

  • Third Grade Wax Museum

    Third grade students continued the tradition of the Wax Museum this week at Centreville Elementary. Each student in the entire third grade chose a person to research for weeks and represent for two days this week. As they stood scattered around the library, class after class stopped by the exhibits and pushed the "buttons" of students to initiate a report on the person they had chosen. Without a hitch, students rattled off interesting facts and information about their chosen person time and time again.

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  • CHS Hosts Senior Symposium

    Thanks to the initiative of high school teacher Rob Collins, Centreville High School held a Senior Symposium last week where students were able to showcase and present their works from high school in front of family, friends, and staff as part of their English 12 evaluation.

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  • Mrs. Dickman Receives $500 Meemic Grant

    Earlier this month, high school Counselor Sarah Dickman received a $500 grant from Meemic for office supplies at Office Depot. A special thanks to Meemic for their generosity and desire to help local schools!

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  • Robotics Club Competes in Two Events

    The Centreville Robotics Club recently participated in two competitions. The Michigan FIRST competition took place at Battle Creek Lakeview High School earlier this month. The team worked hard at practicing and refining construction and code; keeping their pit area neat and tidy; and with cooperating with other teams in their alliances for each match.

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  • The Longest Breakfast Table

    Earlier this week as part as March is Reading Month, Centreville elementary held their "Longest Breakfast Table" event throughout the entire building! Paper lined the floor to serve as the table that students could color and decorate during the event. The entire building ate breakfast together and many students ate with their reading buddies from different grades and had a great time.

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  • Centreville Students Participate in YIG

    Congratulations to our Centreville Youth In Government delegation! On March 11-14th, 17 members of our delegation spent four days in Lansing writing bills, debating bills, and learning the ins and outs of our government.

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  • Students Take Part in Polaroid Photography Workshop

    Students recently participated in a Polaroid Photography workshop put on by a member of the Impossible Project. They talked about analog photography, how the media has changed since Polaroid's production closing, and were to try out the cameras. They also had the opportunity to see some of the latest technology in instant photos and were able to develop photos off of their phone. Here are a few examples!

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