Students Explore Different Skills at Centura Discovery Days

Whether they were munching on smoked meat, assembling a toilet, decorating cupcakes or swing dancing, Centura students were learning. On Thursday and Friday, Centura High School students participated in Centura Discovery Days. Organizer Doug Voigt said that Discovery Days isn’t a career fair, but rather a broad range of jobs, hobbies and activities for students […] Continue reading →

Centura Send-Off for Two State NSAA Speech Qualifiers

Centura is sending two state qualifiers to the NSAA sponsored state speech competition on Thursday, March 22, 2018.  The following are details of the events for Grace McDonald, qualifying in two events and Heather Hewitt, qualifying in one event. Grace: Round 1 Entertainment 8am, Section C Room Union Sandhills Humorous 8am, Section B, Room Fine […] Continue reading →

Centura Students Participate in Regional Science Olympiad and Brings Home Hardware

On Tuesday, March 20, Centura sent two teams to the ESU 10 Regional Science Olympiad at UNK. Students competed in two divisions: B (grades 7-9) and C (Grades 10-12). There were over 500 students from at least 20 schools attending this event. Centura students and events and results are: Division B: Fast Facts: Rhegan Jensen […] Continue reading →

Centura Band Students Participate in LouPlatte Conference Band Clinic

Logan Gregory, Centura Band Instructor reported that Centura took nine  students participate in the LouPlatte Band Clinic. There were roughly 100 students involved from all around the conference. The band participants learned five pieces of music, and there were no awards given out. The kids had a blast, made memories, and met new people. Continue reading →

Centura Students Participate in LouPlatte Conference Art Show for a Third Place Finish

At the LouPlatte Conference Art Show, seven different Centura students earned 80 points. St. Paul was first with 119 points followed by Wood River with 93 points. Centura students who attended the art workshops at the Jackson Dinsdale Art Center were Jayden Schuneman and Grace McDonald. They were able to participate in glass blowing, cyanotype […] Continue reading →