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  • Centreville Named Grand Prize Winner!

    It was an exciting morning November 15th at Centreville Jr/Sr High as our math department was named one of three grand prize winners in a LearnStorm program focused on growth mindset through Khan Academy resulting in a $5,000 prize! Across the nation, thousands of schools and more than half a million students participated in the event and through the persistence and dedication of our students and math teachers, Centreville came away with one of the top spots.

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  • Farm Science Lab Visits Centreville

    To start out the month of November, the Farm Science Lab visited Centreville Elementary. All students in the building were able to venture out to the mobile classroom to participate in hands-on experiments that cultivated learning. Special thanks to all those that helped make this possible including the St. Joseph County Farm Bureau and the Michael West Agency for monetary donations, as well as, Sara Trattles and Kristine Balk for volunteering their time!

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  • Annual Fall Festival

    The Centreville FFA invited the elementary students to Ag Hill on October 31st for the annual Fall Festival. The students participated in various fall activities including a maze, games, and time with the animals. Special thanks to the FFA group and their advisors!

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  • Storybook Character Parade

    On Octboer 31st, Centreville hosted their annual Storybook Character Parade. Kindergarteners through third graders braved the chilly conditions to show their creative costumes to the rest of the building.

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  • Fourth Graders Visit Capitol

    On October 20th, the Centreville fourth graders made their annual trip to Lansing. The trip included touring the Capitol building, talking with representatives, visiting the Historical Museum, eating lunch, and of course of gift shopping. As always, the students did a great job of asking and answering questions regarding government!

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  • Students Collect Supplies for Hurricane Harvey Classroom

    With the devastation in Houston from Hurricane Harvey, most schools were destroyed and left with nothing. When Ms. Messner and her class learned of the need for supplies, they took action to help! In September, the compassionate teacher and her fourth grade students collected supplies from Centreville students and families who donated to help the classrooms in need. Thank you to all the families who donated to the cause!

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  • Remembering the Constitution

    In mid-September, Mrs. Hunter's 2nd grade class learned about the Constitution and the three branches of government that were created to protect it. The students honored the day by learning how to say the Pledge of Allegiance and made American flags to show their American spirit!

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  • Girls' Track Team Claims Top Spot for MITCA Academic All-State

    The Michigan Interscholastic Track Coaches Association recently released their team academic awards from spring and the girls' track team claimed the top spot! The Bulldogs qualified to be considered because they competed in the MITCA state meet last year. The top 12 GPAs were then submitted and compared to other schools and Centreville's 3.906 team GPA came out on top! Congrats to the program for their hard work on the track and in the classroom.

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  • JLine Dance Crew Visits Centreville

    The JLine Dance Crew from New York City performed and spoke at Centreville Public Schools on September 13th as part of an assembly for all students in the district. The high-energy singing and dancing was accompanied by powerful words of anti-bullying, perseverance, and courage through life experiences from the three-person crew. Students were engaged and encouraged throughout the assembly!

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  • FFA Fall Sale

    The Centreville FFA is holding their annual fall sale for mums, pumpkins, and gourds to raise money for various activities throughout the year. Mums will be $10 each or three for $25 and there are many color varieties! Pumpkins and pumpkin-sized gourds will be $6 each. Purchases can be made at the Ag barn during school hours or by appointment by calling 467-5210. Come check out their great selection for all your fall decor needs! Checks payable to: Centreville FFA.

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