Tuesday’s Basketball games versus St. Paul are postponed until Monday, February 6th. The FFA Alumni BBQ will be held Thursday, January 26. Bounce to the Beat will be rescheduled at a later date.
Centura Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 due to the ice.
Centura Public Schools will be closed on Monday, January 16, 2017.
Centura will have a 10:00 A.M. late start on Friday, January 6, 2017 due to the bitterly cold wind chills predicted for Friday morning. Buses will run approximately an hour and half late. There will be no breakfast served. Wrestlers will still leave at their regularly scheduled time.
Due to upgrading servers, Centura PowerSchool will be offline from December 22, 2016 to December 27, 2016.
On Wednesday, November 9, 2016, Centura Public Schools will honor all veterans in the annual Centura Veteran’s Day Celebration. You are invited to attend the celebration beginning at 10 am in the performance gym. A meal will be served to veterans and their guests following the program.
On behalf of the Centura Public Schools, stakeholders of the district are invited to participate in an upcoming Community Discussion designed to share information and obtain additional feedback.
Over the past school year, the board and administration embarked upon a community engagement and strategic planning process. Many Centura patrons participated in this process and we are grateful for the community response.
The purpose and focus of Strategic Planning is to work collaboratively with the community to help formulate a vision of the future, and identify goals and strategies necessary to move the district forward to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
Working together we can help the Centura Public School
District move into the future. We are reaching out to the leaders, parents and patrons within our communities and invite you to attend and participate in the next Community Discussion meeting on Thursday, November 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the Centura High School gymnasium.
This meeting is designed to share information that was gleaned through the initial Community Engagement Stakeholder meeting and the adopted District Strategic Plan. The board, administration, and staff are committed to Centura Public Schools and look forward to continuing our work on this
Please contact the school at 308-485-4258 or 308-226-2494 if
you will be able to join us in this exciting opportunity to assist in shaping the future of Centura Public Schools. Working together, we can strengthen our student’s learning experience and success. On behalf of the students of our community, we appreciate your contribution to this and other school support initiatives.
The Centura/Central Valley Softball team saw their initial season end last Thursday in Cozad at the C-6 District Softball Tournament. The Lady Diamonds finished their first season with a 6-15 record, with most games against much larger schools.
Lose 15-12 to Southern Valley/Alma
In what turned out to be the last game of the season for Centura/ Central Valley, the Lady Diamonds lost a slugfest to Southern Valley/Alma 15 to 12.
CCV scored one run in the first inning as Ragan Wood singled and scored on a double by Shelby Behnk.
CCV added 2 runs in the second inning as Shelby Budde singled, Molly Nitsch reached base on an error. Before Jasmine Miller tripled, Shelby Budde scored while Molly Nitsch was caught attempting to steal. Miller scored on a single by Allyson Dugan.
CCV scored 3 runs in each of their three last at bats.
In the fifth Ragan Wood reached base on an error, Kilee Ackles singled, Shelby Behnk was hit by a pitch. Two runs scored on a double by Reilly Young. Shelby Behnk then stole home.
In the sixth inning Allyson Dugan doubled, Kilee Ackles reached base on an error, scoring Dugan. Shelby Behnk and Shelby Budde each singled as Ackles scored and Behnk eventually scored on an error.
The Lady Diamonds made the final score 15 to 12 by adding 3 runs in the bottom of the seventh as Molly Nitsch singled, Jasmine Miller singled, Ragan Wood reached base as Nitsch was forced out at third, then Kilee Ackles and Shelby Behnk each singled.
Kailee Ackles pitched the entire game for CCV.
The Lady Diamonds had 15 hits. Shelby Behnk had 3 hits including a double and 4 rbi’s. Kilee Ackles had 3 singles. Jasmine Miller had a single and a triple. Allyson Dugan had a single and a double. Shelby Budde had 2 singles. Reilly Young had a double, while Ragan Wood and Brylee Barr each had one single.
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SV/A 251 412 0 = 15 14 5
C/CV 120 033 3 = 12 15 1
Southern Valley/Alma went on to win two more games, before losing to district champion Cozad in the championship game.
Chase Co. 12, CCV 2
In the first game of the C-6 District Tournament at Cozad Thursday the Lady Diamonds were defeated 12 to 2 by Chase County in a game called after 4 inning because of the 10 run rule.
The Lady Diamonds scored their 2 runs in the second inning as Shelby Budde walked and Molly Nitsch reached base on an error and eventually scored.
Shelby Behnk pitched the entire game for CCV.
CCV had 4 hits, all singles, one each by Allyson Dugan, Ragan Wood, Kilee Ackles and Shelby Behnk.
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CCV 020 0 = 2 4 5
Ch CO 613 2 = 12 10 3
by John Smyth
Grand Island Central Catholic Tops CCV
Last Thursday at Cairo Grand Island Central Catholic defeated the Centura/Central Valley Diamond 16 to 1 as the pounded out 14 hits.
The Lady Diamonds had five hits. Ragan Wood had two singles, Allyson Dugan a double, while Kilee Ackles and Shelby Behnk each had a single.
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GICC 023 0 11 = 16 14 1
CCV 100 0 0 = 1 5 4
article by John Smyth