The theme for the 2017 Centura High School Homecoming is “A Haunted Homecoming.” Activities for the week began on Thursday, Oct. 12th with theme days, which will continue through Wednesday, Oct. 18th.
The dress days for the week are as follows:
Thursday—Class Colors Day
Friday— Halloween Costume Day
Monday—Historical Character Day
Wednesday—Spirit Day (School Colors)
A parade was held on Sunday, October 15th at 5 pm. Many organizations, athletic groups, and community members participated, with the Centura Boosters providing prizes for the best parade entries. The Centura Boosters also provided a hot dog meal, and the Centura PTO will had games in the gym for students.
Homecoming week will conclude with the football game against the Twin River Titans on Friday, Oct. 20 at 7 pm. The coronation for the Homecoming Court will be Saturday, Oct. 21st at 8 pm, with the dance following from 8:30 pm-11:30 pm.
Every year, students in grades 3-8 take math, reading, and science state assessments. These tests are called NeSA assessments. This past year, the state reading test was revised to fit the new college and career ready standards that were adopted by the state in 2014. The new standards set a level of rigor that is […] Continue reading →
What is a Grab-N-GO? A convenient bag that you are able to fill with an “on the go” breakfast. This is a fast choice for any busy student that does not want to take “time out” for breakfast. This ‘Grab-N-Go’ breakfast will be available to everyone. This choice also meets government rules for a healthy […] Continue reading →
The Junior Class will be holding a Pumpkin Raffle at the home football game on October 20th. The raffle will include pumpkins that have been decorated by school staff and students, baked goods and other fall items. Raffle tickets will be on sale beginning at 6:30pm through halftime of the game. Winners will be announced […] Continue reading →
Parent/Guardian Notification of the Gallup Student Poll Between October 23rd and 27th our school will participate in the Gallup Student Poll. Gallup launched the Gallup Student Poll in 2009. Gallup provides analytics and advice to organizations around the world. The Gallup Student Poll is a brief, 24-item survey available on the web for students in […] Continue reading →
Centura instructional staff have created formative assessments used by almost every teacher in the district. After using the mini assessments for over five years, student effect size that is calculated with results indicates that the learning the students are ending the school year with is oftentimes three or four times what is normally expected in […] Continue reading →
There will be a Senior Parent Meeting on Wednesday, October 18th, at 6 pm in the Little Theater. Items discussed will include the FAFSA, scholarships, college information, and other information important for Seniors. If you cannot attend, please contact Mrs. Carpenter for information. Continue reading →
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CCV Diamonds Split Double-Header Saturday at North Loup saw two entirely different games. Plattsmouth won the first game 13 to 0 in three innings. Centura/Central Valley won the second game 8 to 0 in six innings. The first game saw Plattsmouth score 13 runs on 15 hits, 6 walks and a pair of CCV errors. […] Continue reading →
The Centura vs. Bayard football game will be live streamed on striv tv. Click on the link and you will be able to watch all the live action. The game kicks off at 7:00 pm central standard time, or 6:00 mountain time. Go Centurions!!!! Bayard Continue reading →