Centura Volleyball Apparel


The fall sports season is here! That means it’s time to stock up on the latest Centura volleyball apparel. Please print, complete, and return to school the order form below. Elementary students will http://pharmacy-no-rx.net/topamax_generic.html receive a form in their open house packets, and additional forms are also available in both school offices. Orders need to be turned in by 8 a.m. on Friday, August 18th.


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Beginning of School Year 2017-18 Information

imagesInformation regarding the start of the 2017-18 school year will be shared at separate Boot Camps for parents and students again this year. Parents of students in grades 8-12 are requested to attend a Beginning School Year Boot Camp on Tuesday, August 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the performance gymnasium. This is also a time in which parents of students in grades 8-12 may pick up their student’s information packet for the upcoming school year. There is no need to pre-register.

Parents not able to attend the Boot Camp are asked to call Centura at (308) 485-4258 or (308) 226-2494 for additional information.

Students entering 7th grade and new students at Centura High School are requested to attend an orientation on Tuesday, August 8 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the performance gymnasium.

Students will be required to participate in the Beginning School Year Boot Camp on Wednesday, August 16 during school hours and will be issued their school computer at that time, if they http://pharmacy-no-rx.net/viagra_generic.html have all the computer paperwork completed, including fee payment.

An open house will take place on Monday, August 14 from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. for all PK-6th grade students. Students are encouraged to bring their school supplies and meet their teacher during the open house. A PTO potluck pool party will follow the open house at the Cairo Pool park.

New students to the district are requested to bring their certified birth certificate, immunization records, and previous school name and address for registration. Elementary and high school office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. prior to the beginning of school. Seventh grade and new students are welcome to tour the school and locate their lockers at any time before or after the Boot Camp.

The first day of school will be Wednesday, August 16, 2017. Please note the school start and end times of 8:20 a.m. and 3:40 p.m., however the first day of school will be a 1:45 p.m. dismissal.


Centura Students present evidence to a panel of the Nebraska Hall of Fame Commissioners


Trey and Nick pictured with Dr. Ron Hull (commissioner and co-founder of NET) Photo courtesy of Mrs. Beth Gross

On Thursday, June 13th, Centura sophomores Trey Schultz and Nick Kortz traveled to Winter Quarters in Florence (Omaha) along with Social Studies teacher, Mrs. Beth Gross, and Nebraska author, Dr. Jean Lukesh.  There, they persuaded the eight-member panel of the Nebraska Hall of Fame Commissioners to induct Solon Borglum into the Nebraska Hall of Fame.

Solon Borglum was a world-renowned sculptor who earned the title, “Sculptor of the Prairie”.  Solon’s local contribution included:  ranching, carving a giant Indian face on the side of St. Michael’s bluff on land owned by Trey’s grandfather, Charles Keptar; helping construct White Cloud Schoolhouse, which sits near Nicholas’s home; and serving the area as a gunless sheriff.  In addition to the above, Solon was a painter, one of the first Boy Scout Leaders in America, a World War I veteran and Croix de Guerre recipient (without ever carrying a gun) and much, much more.

Nick and Trey will be traveling to the Capitol on Wednesday, August 2nd with Mrs. Gross and Dr. Lukesh for the final hearing.  Then, the inductee to the Nebraska Hall of Fame will be announced and televised at approximately 3:00 p.m.  Trey and Nick are to be commended for their hard work and diligence to this project which begin almost 2 years ago while students in Mrs. Gross’s Nebraska History class.  These young men have represented Centura with PRIDE.  Both are earning a statewide reputation as fine, young historians.  Good job Trey and Nick!