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Centura One Act Team Competes at Loup City for First Performance of the Year

On Friday, November 3rd, the One Act team traveled to Loup City for the first performance of the year. We gained lots of great ideas to help us get better. Grace McDonald was awarded Best Actress in the Large school division. This is the top individual http://healthsavy.com/product/kamagra/ acting award given. We are looking forward to […] Continue reading →

Caught Being Good!

Centura Elementary started  “Got Caught Being Good” where teachers are watching for that exceptional behavior and fill out a little slip. Students receive a lifesaver and a little laminated circle. CAUGHT BEING GOOD…. Lucy Chelewski – Picked up the floor without being asked. David Hadenfeldt – Being patient with his partner during a Math Kahoot. […] Continue reading →

Centura Volleyball Drops their Final Sub-District Game

The Centura volleyball team dropped their final sub district game of the week against Sandy Creek at GICC on Tuesday.  The team was hopeful for a wildcard bid to still play at Sub State on Saturday http://healthsavy.com/product/tramadol/ after the seeds were released. The Centurions came in 3rd in NSAA powerpoint’s, which punched their ticket into […] Continue reading →

Centura Elementary Character Council Adopted 1-R Road in Hall County for Clean-Up!

Centura Elementary Character Council has adopted 1-R Road in Hall County.  When you adopt a road, you are making the promise to clean up litter in that mile twice a year.  The first cleaning for the 17-18 http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/gastrointestinal/ council took place on Wednesday, October 18th.  The kids will clean it again in the spring.   […] Continue reading →

LouPlatte Conference Choir

On Saturday, October 29th the Centura High School choir had the opportunity to collaborate with all of the other schools in the LouPlatte conference to perform as a mass choir in Central City’s exceptional performing arts center. The conference choir clinic was lead by clinician Senja Stephens from Arapahoe, who taught the students about different […] Continue reading →