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Centura Expanded Learning Program (CELP) is an after-school program where elementary student can achieve a more in depth understanding of common subjects or events. For example, with the 2018 Winter Olympics occurring, the students learned the history of the Olympics and the countries that participate. Along with the expanded learning program, we have a variety […] Continue reading →
On Monday, February 26th at 6:30 there will be a math presentation to discuss the changes in Centura’s math curriculum for next year. The meeting will take place in the big gym. We welcome everyone to attend. Thank you. Continue reading →
As a busy parent, you might appreciate a bit of help when it comes to promoting better eating and exercising habits for your child. If so, check out this edition of “Nutrition Nuggets” for great suggestions on healthy snacks and ways to be more active. Continue reading →
Pictured left to right: Alison Brandt (5th grade) Finley Korinek (6th grade) Dillon Dubbs (7th grade) Allie Ruhl (8th grade). Four students in 5th through 8th grades represented Centura at the Hall County Spelling Bee on Tuesday, February 13th. Allison Brandt, Finley Korinek, Dillon Dubbs and Allie Ruhl. The students competed in 5 rounds of […] Continue reading →
On Sunday, February 4th, 59 future cheerleaders gathered for Basic Training Cheer Camp. Centura cheerleaders taught the campers chants, cheers, a performance routine, the school song, a variety of jumps and kicks. At the end of the day, the future cheerleaders performed everything they learned for their parents. The following Friday, the young Centurions brought […] Continue reading →
The Centura boy’s basketball team is heading into the final two games of their regular season with a record of 11-8. Centura vs St. Paul Tuesday, January 30, the St. Paul Wildcats hosted Centura in the Quarter-Finals of the LouPlatte Conference Basketball Tournament. The Semi-Finals and The Finals of the tournament were played at Centura. […] Continue reading →
After the district wrestling tournament Coach Carlson reported, “Well I can’t even begin to explain the highs and lows of how the district wrestling tournament on Friday and Saturday. The end result is the Centurions have two state qualifiers who are Kile Bentley at 152 lbs. and Austin Simmons at 220 lbs.” Coach Carlson went […] Continue reading →