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  • Emmendorfer Earns Grant for New Microscopes!

    Students at Centreville Elementary will benefit from new microscopes thanks to Marcy Emmendorfer's efforts in writing and earning a grant from Midwest Energy & Communications for $1,500!

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  • Project Unify Kicks Off in Elementary

    Mrs. Hunter’s 2nd-grade class is participating in Project Unify. Project Unify is an organization related to Special Olympics that brings students with disabilities and partners them with students without disabilities. The students learn together about empathy, acceptance, and human kindness through sports education.

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  • Public Hearing for Labor Day Waiver

    The St. Joseph County ISD will hold a public hearing on January 30, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. The purpose of the hearing is to discuss the Countywide Labor Day Waiver Request to allow all constituent districts in St. Joseph County ISD to begin school prior to Labor Day beginning with the 2020-2021 school year.

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  • Stuff the Bus!

    In December, Centreville Public Schools held its second annual “Stuff the Bus” food and toy drive. This event is organized by members of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) and National Honor Society (NHS). During the first week of December, students in grades 7-12 brought in food items, while the elementary students brought in toys. On December 7th, FFA and NHS members and advisors brought the loaded bus to Yoder’s parking lot where students, staff, and community members contributed.

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  • Grandparents Visit Centreville Elementary

    On November 26th, hundreds of grandparents flooded the classrooms of Centreville Elementary. Students and grandparents could be seen completing projects, playing games, and snacking on donut holes. It was great to see so many grandparents enjoying time with their grandchildren.

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  • Storybook Character Parade

    The annual "Storybook Character Parade" took place on Thursday, October 31st.  Students dressed up as their favorite book character and paraded through the elementary halls. Due to rain (a common theme this year), the usual trek to the high school was changed to a walk around the gym to show visiting parents the great costumes.  Wonder Woman, a Star Wars paratrooper, and Harry Potter showed up to walk, while Where’s Waldo led the way.

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  • Bulldog Boogie a Big Success

    Centreville Elementary recently held their annual Bulldog Boogie to raise money for the Elementary Parent Advisory Council (PAC).  The day was rainy and cold, but students persevered through it all and walked outside until the rain forced them indoors. PAC was able to raise $8,900 during this event! Thank you to the following businesses who supported this fundraiser: Gleaton-Swanwick Agency, Hamilton Harley Davidson, Lennard Ag, and Reed Electric. Third grade raised the most money and got to spray Mr. VanderKlok with silly string! Thank you to everyone who came, participated, and donated to our elementary school.

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  • Homecoming Royalty!

    Homecoming King and Queen, Carter Geigley and Asia Pratel.

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