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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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  • "Pawsitive" Influence at Elementary

    In an effort to encourage students to make positive behavior choices, the elementary implemented a “Pawsitive Ticket” system at the beginning of the school year.  Students "caught" being respectful, responsible, or safe are given a ticket for their classroom box.  Each week, tickets are randomly drawn to recognize students who have shown these traits.  Since the beginning of school, staff members have given out over 22,000 tickets, 222 tickets have been drawn and 180 students have been recognized as Student of the Month.

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  • Annual Torch Run a Big Hit!

    The Torch Run is a partnership between law enforcement, the St. Joseph ISD, and CPS students, who run with students from the Pathfinder Center. This annual run/walk took place on September 27th, when Project Unify students and fall athletes walked with the Special Olympics' members on a route that began at the fairgrounds, went around town, and ended on the District’s campus. Students and staff lined the streets and cheered as the participants went by.

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  • Homecoming Representatives

    The 2019-2020 Centreville Homecoming Court has been named and will represent their class on September 27th at the Homecoming Football Game vs. Bloomingdale.

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  • Elementary Upgrades Playground

    Elementary students have more playground options this year. Two swing banks, a tire swing, and two tether ball sets were installed this fall. In the small student playground, a new cement pad was poured for students to ride bikes and play basketball. A special thanks to Craig and Ryan Brueck for their cement work, and to PAC for their continued support of our students and staff.  Parents, thank you for supporting PAC fundraisers, your involvement makes a difference!

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  • Prom Royalty

    At this year's prom, Logan Jourdan and Trae Martin were named queen and king respectively. Isabel Stauffer and Seth Chiddister (not pictured) were named princess and prince.

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  • Centreville Students Visit Italy

    Eleven high school students in 10-12th grade traveled to Italy during spring break with group leader, Ashley Rolfe. Seen below both top photos in Florence, bottom left in Rome, bottom right in Venice.

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  • Letter Regarding Measles Exposure in St. Joe County

    The following letter went home with students on April 12th regarding the recent measles exposure in St. Joe County.

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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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  • Grandparents Day

    Hundreds of grandparents gathered at Centreville Elementary to celebrate Grandparents Day with donut holes, crafts, and various activities. Thank you to all of the people who helped organize this event and for those who were able to attend!

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  • Annual Turkey Drive

    This year, 25 families will have a Thanksgiving feast thanks to the efforts of PAC and the sixth graders at Centreville Elementary who packed boxes for this year's annual Turkey Drive. Thank you to all of those who contributed food items and time to make this possible.

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  • Students Experience Distracted Driving Simulator

    In early October, the Kiefer Foundation made a visit to Centreville with a mission to help end distracted driving. The Kiefer foundation has partnered with the PEERS Foundation and Centreville juniors and seniors were able to take part in an augmented reality driving simulator. While one student sat in the driver's seat and put on the simulator, other students were able to watch what it was like on a monitor as that driver participated in many of the common distractions that take away a driver's attention.

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  • Freshmen Mentoring Program

    This year's Freshmen Mentoring Program kicked off the year at 9th grade orientation to start the school year. The welcome video from this year's event can be found here!

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  • Covered Bridge Days 5K Results

    Centreville CC hosted a 5K Fundraiser on July 14th at Covered Bridge Days. Click title for results!

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  • Mentor Picnic

    The high school mentors, elementary mentees, co-advisors Mrs. Kamphues and Mrs. Dickman and chaperone Mrs. VanScoik wrapped up the school year with lunch and games at Adam's Park. Thank you to the high school mentors for offering your time and support this year and for making this another great year for the high school/elementary mentoring program!

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  • Southwest 10 Conference Championships

    In the inaugural year of the Southwest 10 Conference, Centreville claimed conference season championships in four sports. At the end of their respective seasons, girls' basketball, girls' track and field, softball, and baseball were all able to hold the Southwest 10 Conference champions banner as the regular season champions. We're excited for another off-season this summer to influence what next year has in store!

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