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Centura Emergency Bus Route plan

Emergency Bus Route plan.

Due to inclement weather and road conditions, Centura Public Schools will utilize an Emergency bus route. The Centura buses will not travel any gravel roads due to the weather.

The following buses and drop off points are listed below.  Every student will be dropped off in the community nearest their residence (Boelus, Cairo, or Dannebrog).

Parents are encouraged to arrive at the designated locations 5 minutes prior to the pick-up or drop-off time.

All parents have the option of collecting their students at the school.  On Wednesday Centura Public Schools will dismiss at 1:45 p.m. Thursday and Friday dismissal times are 3:40 pm.

The Emergency Bus Route plan will begin today and continue through Friday, March 15, 2019, for both morning and evening routes.  Please see the details below.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Wednesday

Route Driver Drop off (1:55)  
Clark Boelus Park (Boelus)
Steph Community Center (Cairo)
Vince Community Center (Cairo) and Kerry’s grocery (Dannebrog)
Rich (Tammy Serr route) Kerry’s grocery (Dannebrog)
Becky Kerry’s grocery (Dannebrog)
Rod (Tim Lowe route) Community Center (Cairo)

Thursday and Friday

The following are the times for pickup and drop-off on Thursday and Friday.

Route Driver Morning Pick-up: 7:50 am  Afternoon drop-off: 3:55 pm  
Clark Boelus Park (Boelus)
Steph Community Center (Cairo)
Vince Community Center (Cairo) and Kerry’s grocery (Dannebrog)
Rich (Tammy Serr route) Kerry’s grocery (Dannebrog)
Becky Kerry’s grocery (Dannebrog)
Rod (Tim Lowe route) Community Center (Cairo)

Be safe, Centura!

2019 Hall County Spelling Bee

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On Tuesday, February 5, four Centura students participated in the Hall County Spelling Bee hosted by Wood River Public Schools. James Maul (5th grade), Rainna Sierks (6th grade), Finley Korinek (7th grade) and Alaina Suntych (8th grade) were among 60 spelling champions that began their day with five written rounds of fifteen words each. At the end of the 5 rounds, James Maul earned 2nd in the 5th grade division and Alaina Suntych earned 3rd in the 8th grade division. All four students met the 80% standard and moved on to the oral round. Thirty plus participants entered the oral round and all four Centurions spelled their first round words correctly and moved on to the second round. The words in the second round and all four were eliminated in that round. Centura is very proud of these four students and their spelling skills!

Pictured left to right:

James Maul

Rainna Sierks

Finley Korinek

Alaina Suntych