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The Centura Dance Team will be presenting a Dance Revue on Sunday, March 12th at 7:00pm in the Centura High School Gym.

The Dance Revue will feature several dance performances from the year. Some of the encore pieces will be the Hip Hop routine with the Centura Boys; as well as the team’s State Runner-Up Jazz routine and State Championship High Kick routine. The members of the team are also very excited to present a brand new Dads and Daughters performance.

Along with the dance performances, several other Centura students will be featured. Grace McDonald, Molly Nitsch John Kortz and others will all provide some additional entertainment during the Revue.

After the Revue, attendees are invited to stay for dessert served by the Centura Dance Team.

Free-will donations will be accepted throughout the evening to help defray future costs the dance team incurs such as dance camps, uniforms and competition expenses.

Centura Speech Team takes 3rd place!


Congratulations to the Centura Speech team for placing 3rd at the Centura Speech meet today!  Individual medial winners:  Grace McDonald, 1st in Humorous and Entertainment; Kaleb Schuster, 3rd in Extemp and 5th in Informative; Navi Nielsen 6th in Extemp; Macy and Amber Baldwin, 5th in Duet; Kiana Schuster and Lucy Kohtz 6th in Duet, Breanna Fanta 6th in Poetry.  Well done, all!


Hall County Spelling Bee


On Tuesday, February 14th, four Centura students represented Centura Public Schools at the Hall County Spelling Bee held in Wood River.  They are from left to right:  Ben Holcomb (5th grade); Ryan Schweitzer (6th grade); Riley Nielsen (7th grade); Natalie Burdett (8th grade).  All the students did well in the written rounds of the Spelling Bee but only Natalie advanced to the oral spelling round.  She was named the Hall County Spelling Bee Runner-up!  Congratulations, Natalie!


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Teachers and staff will be wearing ‘I Love Public Schools’ shirts Wednesday, January 25 as a way to show their pride in working in a public school system.  If you would like to share positive ideas/thoughts about your experience in a public school system, you can use the following hashtag on Twitter…#ILovePublicSchools