• FFA FOOD DRIVE

    The Centreville FFA is holding its annual food drive from December 4 to December 15. Each grade is encouraged to bring in an item or two for the local food bank. Thank you for your generosity!

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  • FFA Poinsettia Sale

    The annual FFA Poinsettia Sale is taking place! Stop in during school hours to make a purchase or schedule an appointment for after school hours. Click for a detailed price list.

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  • CTE Students of the Quarter

    Students Samara Schlabach (Centreville - Med Occ) and Gunner Breseman (Covered Bridge - Welding) were named CTE Students of the Quarter! The complete release from the Sturgis Journal can be found here!

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  • Track & Field Hurdle Drive

    A great opportunity to honor the accomplishments of a former or current track member! Donate a hurdle for the track program in their honor and place their name on the back! Click for more details!

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  • Turkey Drive Supports Local Families

    For the second year in a row, Centreville sixth graders took their Character Counts trait to heart and put it into action with a Thanksgiving Turkey Drive. This time, they were also aided by junior and senior high students and staff to support the cause.

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  • Thanksgiving Feast Tradition Continues!

    With Thanksgiving just around the corner, Centreville students in Ms. Stacy Messner's class have come to know that a feast will be soon approaching.  This year was extra special for Messner as she was able to experience the day for the first time with her father, Mike, who she credits for her desire to be a teacher.

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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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