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Centura Girls vs. Palmer Coach Thober commented on the Palmer vs. Centura basketball game indicating, “The girls played pretty well the first half and took control of the game. The second half the team went through the motions and actually got outscored 17 to 14, but the girls were able to come away with the […] Continue reading →
You Celebrated What? We have many celebrations throughout the school year such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, 100th Day of School… What? Yes! We celebrated the 100th Day of School on January 26th with all the kindergartners, first, second, and third graders. We started our day with a huge Olympian size challenge in the gym with […] Continue reading →
Cairo’s Veteran Committee is planning creating on a Veterans’ Memorial Park to be located on Highway 11 Directly East of the Village of Cairo Fire Hall. The memorial will consist of five black granite pillars, mounted with a bronze emblem representing the five branches of the military. The pillars will be engraved with pictures depicting […] Continue reading →
Lego Club Starting February 5th, the Centura Extended Learning Program will be offering a 6-week Lego club that will meet on Monday’s. The club will run after school from 3:45-4:45 February 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, March 5th and 12th. This club is open to all students in 2nd – 6th grades. The Lego club will […] Continue reading →
Over the next couple of months, Centura will be trying out new math materials to meet the new state standards. Parents and Guardians will notice a pretty significant change in what students will be bringing home and how they will be learning math. Please download the letter for more information. Continue reading →
Centura will be recognizing all students that scored above the 75th percentile on MAP and/or were exceeding on their NeSA assessments during the Spring 2017 testing period. Also, Juniors that scored a 24 or higher on the ACT will be recognized for their efforts. Students in grades 1st -6th will be recognized during the halftime […] Continue reading →
The Centura Elementary Character Council held a food drive for our local food pantry during the month of December. The goal was to bring 750 items and the kids would be treated to popcorn and a movie. The kids and families stepped up in a very big way! Top bragging rights go to the 6th graders with 227. […] Continue reading →
Bright Beginnings Pre School host monthly parent activities throughout the school year. For the month of December, the pre school students practiced holiday songs that they performed for the audience that was made up of parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles. The kids also learned movements to go along with the words of the songs. After […] Continue reading →
Centura Girl’s Basketball Coach Jeff Thober commented that the team came out of the gates attacking and had Ord on the run in the first half. “The girls ran well, rebounded well and shot well, reported Coach Thober. Centura went into the locker room with an eight point lead at halftime. Unfortunately, the second […] Continue reading →