October 2018 Edition

Centennial College and Career Week  

During the week of October 15-19, Centennial will be hosting our 8th Annual College and Career Week. The goal of our College and Career Week is to offer students opportunities to learn more about all aspects of post-secondary options. 

Here is what you need to know about this year's College and Career Week:  

Myth: College Week is only for seniors.
Fact: College Week is for students in ALL grades. Some events will be more geared for students in a particular grade, but nearly all activities and events are open to students/parents in all grades. 

Myth: College Week is only for students who are planning to attend a 4 year college/university.
Fact: College Week is designed to reach ALL students by exposing them to a variety of post-secondary possibilities and engaging them to be actively thinking about their future.

Myth: College week is only for students.
Fact: Several College Week events are open to both students and parents.

Over the course of the week we will be having several breakout sessions, activities and events which are related to students and parents planning for continued education beyond high school. To preview the events and activities which we are planning for the week, visit the counseling website: www.mycentennialcounseling.com. Students and parents can sign up for events using the QR code or the link on the counseling website. The sessions close the day before the event or when the event is at capacity. Students will be responsible for any missed classwork or assignments.

Can parents participate?

  • Yes! Parents are welcome and encouraged to come attend any of the breakout sessions during the week.
  • Parents register by using the same link or QR code as the students. 



It's time for the Centennial High School Fall Play. We are over the moon to be presenting you with our new production, Moon Over Buffalo!

Charlotte and George Hay, are an acting couple with a repertory consisting of Cyrano de Bergerac “revised, one nostril version” and Noel Coward’s Private Lives. Fate has given these thespians one more shot at starring roles in The Scarlet Pimpernel epic and director Frank Capra himself is en route to Buffalo, NY to catch their matinee performance. Will Capra see Cyrano, Privates Lives or a disturbing mixture of the two? Hilarious misunderstandings pile on madcap misadventures, in this valentine to Theatre Hams everywhere. “Hilarious…building up its laughs methodically schtick by schtick. This play is filled with comic invention, running gags and a neat sense of absurdity…Go and enjoy.”

Don't miss opening night on Thursday, October 18th at 7:00PM, or join us for additional show times on Friday, October 19th at 7:00PM and Saturday, October 20th at 3:00PM and 7:00PM. Tickets are easy to purchase online at www.chstheatre.booktix.com The pre-sale price is $8 for adults and $5 for students. 


To learn more about the Centennial High School theatre program: 

Information about photo:
Centennial High School drama students Joseph Scott, Summer Stockard, and Chloe Dobbs rehearse “Moon Over Buffalo” to be presented Oct. 18th, 19th, 20th.


The Centennial Knights Players have produced acclaimed shows including Mary Poppins, Doubt, A Parable, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet, The Addams Family, The Diary of Anne Frank, and many more. The program is made up of a group of gifted students who share the love of all facets of the theatre. Annually the program performs a fall play, spring musical and senior directed One-Acts in April. Centennial High School earned 2nd place at the 6A Regional One-Act Competition in the Fall of 2017 with Doubt, A Parable with receiving the awards for All Star Cast, Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress. Centennial High School is also a participant in the Shuler Hensley Award, GA Thescon, community events, and continues to find ways to educate their peer audience.

NO SCHOOL ON ELECTION DAY, 11/6 – it is now a Teacher Work Day 

This school year, November 6, 2018 has been changed from a regular school day, to a teacher work day. March 8, 2019 has been changed from a teacher work day, to a regular school day. The decision alleviates safety concerns raised by some parents and staff, allows for additional staff training on safety protocols, and maintains instructional time for Fulton students.

Additionally, the School Board has expressed interest in addressing a long term solution through the legislative process.
Click here to view the Updated 2018-19 Calendar in PDF format


The festivities began on Tuesday, October 9 with a hallway decorating contest in the theme of "A Wrinkle in Time" and a week of spirit days. 


Friday night  was the Homecoming community parade and bouncy house event along with an amazing Centennial football victory over Dunwoody High School 49-6, bringing the Knights to 5-0 in Region play.  


The 2018 Homecoming Court were also presented at halftime of the football game. The week culminated in the school's Homecoming dance held in the cafeteria on Saturday, October 13, 2018.

Centennial wishes to thank everyone in the community for contributing to the success of Homecoming week. We can't wait until Homecoming 2019!!



Parent Nights
Sponsored by the Counseling Department at CHS
All Parent Nights start at 6:00 pm

Freshman Parent Night Part 2 (February 6):  Developing a 4 year academic plan for your student
Sophomore Parent Night  (March 5): Understanding College Entrance Exams (the PSAT, SAT and ACT)
Junior Parent Night (November 8):  The College Search and Admission Process

Junior Parent Night - November 8 at 6:00pm Auditorium

Overview on College preparation for juniors- Applerouth Tutoring Services

  • Admission Process
  • Test Preparation Tips 
  • How most colleges evaluate Applicants
  • Summary of what will be taking place at CHS for Juniors (Centennial Counselor Hella Peart)

Centennial JROTC Knights Place 1st in Raider Meet

The Boys team placed 1st out of 6 teams winning either 1st or 2nd in all 5 events. The Girls placed 1st out of 4 teams winning 1st or 2nd in all 5 events. And, the Mixed Team placed 2nd in Tire Flip. Go Knights!

The Raider competition was held at Creekside HS on 9/29. Team challenges combine a series of mentally and physically demanding events, such as the cross country rescue (first aid skills and the litter carry), one-rope bridge, map reading, ammo can relay, tire flip, Humvee pull, obstacle course and team runs.   

Raider Team training builds dedication and determination by challenging the participants in practical hands-on applications that increase physical fitness, build self-confidence, develop leadership, and inspire teamwork.  The activities also develop healthy competition among other programs and schools.  



Our Centennial Marching Knights gave an incredible performance of this year’s show, “Spooky Knights,” on September 29th at the Creekview Classic competition. The Band, Drum Majors Ethan Mulholland and Sarah Willis, and Percussion all received an overall superior rating!

Come out and support the Marching Band at two more competitions this month: at Sprayberry High School on October 20 and at Cass High School on October 27. Details to be published on the band website at  www.chsknightsband.com. Go Knights!

Save the date! You are invited to enjoy a performance of our concert bands at the Winter Concert at 7pm on December 13 in the CHS theatre.

Dates for your Calendar  

  • Duel Enrollment Night: November 1
  • Financial Aid Night: November 27
  • AP Night: tba

Dual Enrollment Parent Night - November 1 @ 6:00 PM in the Auditorium  

For highly motivated students who are interested in earning simultaneous high school and college credit in the 2019-2020 school year, please plan to attend the following Dual Enrollment Information Session:
WHAT:     Dual Enrollment Night
WHEN:    November 1, 2018 @ 6:00 PM
WHERE:  CHS Auditorium

Ceramic Students Share their Talents to Fight Hunger

“The Empty Bowl” project is a world wide effort to fight hunger in our global communities. The community event consists of “Empty Bowls” created and donated by artists, during the event a simple meal of soup is served. Guests choose a bowl to use for the meal and to keep as a reminder of all the empty bowls in the world. In exchange for the meal, and the bowl, guests contribute by purchasing the donated bowl. One hundred percent of each meal's proceeds are donated to local hunger-fighting organizations, such as food banks or soup kitchens to directly address the needs of hunger in the local community. The clay and glazes were donated by “Empty Bowl” supporter Ms. Jane Jerry providing students an opportunity to connect to one of the many benefits of artmaking outside the classroom to create value in the community.

Students front left to right: Vivian Cannella; Sasha Kappel; Alexis KnightBack left to right: Tre’ana Brown; Arsham Gharaei; Sara McDonough; Maryam Saleh

Centennial Art Students Works Display at State Dept of Education  
The Georgia Department of Education invited Visual Art students from across Georgia to celebrate the United States and the U. S. Constitution through their works of art. Two of Centennial’s talented Visual Art students’ work will be participating in the exhibition at the Georgia Department of Education Headquarters in downtown Atlanta – senior Breeland Smith and freshman Milana Porter.



Art Club members participated in the Memory Project; they submitted their contributions at the end of the semester. This Memory Project is close to the heart of Art Club president Karis Wang; she selected the project and presented it to Art Club members in early spring. Her presentation was so compelling that the art club was awarded funds to complete the project through the Executive Council. 

Young artists from around the world are invited to create portraits as special gifts for children facing challenges. Its goal is to create positive memories, kindness and peace within our global community. The portraits are purchased as a donation to the project to cover administrative costs.

This Fall, Art Club members will be creating portraits for the youth of Rohingya. Over the summer, recipients from Poland were excited to receive their portraits. Here is a link to share with those interested in viewing the video highlighting the delighted youth of Poland receiving their portraits and more about the CHS artists that created their portraits. It is a great project and the students loved participating and seeing the power of art making a difference in someone’s life.



The Centennial Chorus 

The Centennial Chorus would like to invite you our Fall Concert Tuesday, October 23rd, at 7PM in the Centennial Auditorium. Admission is Free. 

For more information, please contact Chelsea Burney, the CHS Choral Director or http://centennialchorus.weebly.com/


At our recent meeting, we made “arepas” from Venezuela and they turned out great!  We talked about them and what they are normally prepared with. 

The Spanish Club meets the second Thursday of every month and each meeting is different.  Our next meeting will be Thursday November 8th. We will be listening to different Latin dances and practicing them. 

For more information, please contact Ms. Potter at potters@fultonschools.org.  


PTSA Reflections - "Heroes Around Me" 

The CHS PTSA Reflections program has finally started!  Entry forms and instructions can be found in the Learning Commons, as well as a drop off box for all entries.  The deadline for this year’s entries is October 22.  As a reminder, this year's theme is "Heroes Around Me" and students can choose from 6 areas of interpretation for their entry: literature, musical composition, photography, visual arts (include drawing, painting, print making and collage), dance choreography and film/video production.

Students' works are judged at the local level and the winning entries advance to the council and state PTA levels.  Top state award winning entries advance to the national level of judging. National Awards include the following: 

  • Merit Award: Bronze Medal; Certificate of Merit; Work featured in the traveling exhibition. 
  • Award of Excellence: $200 Young Artist Scholarship; Silver Medal; Certificate of Excellence; Work featured in the traveling exhibition.
  • Outstanding Interpretation Award: An expense-paid trip for awardee and chaperone to showcase work on stage at the National PTA Awards and Reflections Celebration; $800 Young Artist Scholarship; Gold Medal; Certificate of Outstanding Interpretation; Work featured in the traveling exhibition; $200 Prize for Local PTA Unit.

Good luck to everyone!

Two Junior Knights Chosen for Selective Harvard Diversity Project 

Two Centennial High School students were recently selected for the Harvard Debate Council Diversity Project (HDCDP), which is an Atlanta-based subsidiary of Harvard College.  Divali Legore and Sophia Woodrow were two of over 250 students from the Atlanta area who participated in a lengthy application process from which only 26 students were chosen.  The students will be part of the HDCDP Class of 2019, which is the second cohort of students to participate.  Following a 10-month commitment to the program locally, the students will travel to the Harvard University campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to attend the Harvard Debate Council’s Summer Residency.  At Harvard, they will engage in a rigorous academic regimen along with nearly 400 hundred students from around the world.  The experience culminates in a single elimination debate tournament at which last year’s Atlanta based students, the first cohort in the program, were victorious.   

Come Meet Principal Newbold 11/8 at 8:30am - Learn about What’s Happening at Centennial  

Please join Dr. Newbold and the CHS PTA for a Principal's Plug In! This is a great opportunity for a casual conversation about some of the exciting things happening at Centennial.  Meeting will be located in the Learning Commons.  We hope to see you there! 

Red Ribbon Week - October 29-November 2
"Life is Your Journey, Travel Drug Free"

Centennial's PTSA and SADD club are excited to host another great RRW this year!  Students have lots to look forward to this week with theme days, an Instagram challenge, police officer breakfast and Q&A, stay clean drive, music, live speaker and much more. Looking forward to a great week and the opportunity to remind our students about the importance of staying drug free. 

  • Monday – Life is Your Journey, Travel Drug Free – Wear your favorite travel or vacation t-shirt
  • Tuesday - Tacky Tourist Tuesday
  • Wednesday - Say Boo to Drugs, Dress for Halloween (no hats, masks or pjs please)
  • Thursday - Wear Red and Say No to Drugs
  • Friday - We Band Together Against Drugs. Wear Centennial Colors: Blue, Black, White

Stay Clean Drive!
Centennial's PTSA and SADD club are organizing a stay clean drive as part of our Red Ribbon Week events.  The drive will run Monday through Friday of Red Ribbon Week.  All donations will be delivered to the Drake House. The Drake House is a Roswell charity whose mission is to provide short-term housing, education, and empowerment programs for homeless single mothers and their children in North Metro Atlanta.  Their goal is to provide stability to the children and family and assist them in working toward self-sufficiency. Visit thedrakehouse.org for more information. 

Hygiene products including full size toiletry items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash, deodorant, soap, shampoo, conditioner, etc. will be collected during morning carpool times.  In addition, there will be 3 collections bins throughout the school if you would like to send items in with your child. We appreciate any support you can provide in making this drive a successful one for our school!  

Fall Means College Time at Centennial 

CHS Juniors and Seniors are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the following upcoming college representative visits. Oftentimes, the rep visiting the school IS THE PERSON WHO WILL BE LOOKING AT YOUR APPLICATION!! Come prepared to ask questions and engage in conversation. This is an amazing experience – be sure to take advantage of it!
The dates and locations of the College representative meetings are listed below. Students only need passes for sessions that are held in D-03.  Make sure you do not miss out on any of these great opportunities!  More visits are constantly added so keep reading the monthly eNews and checking the bulletin board in front of counseling.

October 16 Wofford Cafeteria
October 31 Lynn University D-03 9:00 am
November 13 University of Alabama Cafeteria

Caring and Sharing - Give Thanks Gift Card Drive
November 5 – November 16, 2018

The PTSA’s Caring and Sharing Committee reaches out to help less fortunate students at Centennial High School.  This Thanksgiving season we need your help by donating $25.00 gift cards (Wal-Mart or Kroger) to give to CHS families in need.

We will be collecting donations from November 5th – November 16th at the High School.   You can drop your cash and or gift card off at the front office.  We will also be standing in carpool line a few days during this time.

Contact Cindy Soder soders@bellsouth.net or 770-315-5733 if you have any questions.

Thank you for your generosity with our Caring and Sharing Gift Card Drive. 
“Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart”

2018-19 Mock Test Schedule at Centennial High School 

Mock tests are an excellent tool for sophomores and juniors to use in determining their test prep strategies for their college exams.  College bound students should try to take one of these practice exams prior to taking the real thing. These mock tests are conveniently administered at Centennial HS. 

November 3 - Mock ACT Saturday, 9 am - 1:15 pm
(event code M309587)

February 2 - Mock SAT Saturday, 9 am - 1:30 pm
(event code tba)
March 2 - Mock ACT Saturday, 9 am - 1:15 pm
(event code tba)
March 23 - SAT/ACT Diagnostic Test Saturday, 9 am - 1:30 pm
(event code tba)

To register, go to applerouth.com/signup and enter the event code. Cost is $5. Money goes towards Centennial PTSA.  

Princeton Review Test Prep at Centennial 
2020 and 2021 (Juniors and Sophomores) SAT and ACT Prep Classes at a Major Discount

Centennial is offering Test Prep Courses through Princeton Review for Fall 2018 for the December ACT.  These courses are offered ON CAMPUS, after school hours, from 4:00 - 6:30 p.m. and include books, an instructor, and so much more to help your student best prepare for these college entrance exams!  Here are the details and how to sign up TODAY to take advantage of this awesome Fulton Schools discount!  

  • ACT Classes are after school on Wednesdays from 4:00 - 6:30 p.m., starting on October 20th pre-test at 9:00 a.m.  Participation in all dates are required.
  • Only $125 with code FCSATL at checkout
  • To register: https://www.princetonreview.com/fultoncounty and type in ZIP CODE 30076 to choose CENTENNIAL HS.  Choose which course you would like to take.
  • Course includes 9 sessions, test prep books, practice tests, study tips, and a Princeton Review instructor
  • If you have any questions regarding the course, please contact Chris Benson at Princeton Review: chris.benson@review.com


1) SENIOR PICTURES - should be done already.   But, if you were not able to do this in the summer, Legacy is currently arranging more dates for senior portraits. Please have your student join the Senior Google Classroom for the latest info on all things senior year, including how to sign up for a senior portrait. They must get their picture taken with Legacy to be included in the Yearbook. A yearbook only sitting is $10.


$115 payable at GABalfour.com - this price will go up to $170 in March 2019 so save money and pay early. 

Graduation Dues include the following:

  • Graduation cap and gown*
  • Class of 2019 tassel
  • Leather diploma cover
  • Centennial's graduation medallion
  • Rental of graduation facility, tickets, programs, etc.

*If you would like to use an old gown:

  • You must have the cap AND the gown.
  • YOU MUST CONTACT Ms. Prelac - prelac@fultonschools.org - for permission.
  • The cost is $90.


Senior Dues pays for all senior week activities.  You will not be able to participate unless this fee is paid. Bring $40 payment to Ms. Jimenez in I-58 or Mrs. McKay in the Learning Commons (Make checks payable to Centennial High School) or use the Payment Portal account on the school website CHSKnights.com. Pay by December 20 to avoid $5 Late Fee!

Save money and pay early.


  • To receive text messages on Remind 101 - Text @3eaed6 to 810-10.
  • To join our Google Classroom - Use Class Code: mcyffn to get information on Senior Treats, Senior Week, Graduation, etc

5) YEARBOOK - create and purchase your senior ad as well as order your yearbook at http://www.jostens.com

For additional senior information please contact the following teachers who are the Senior Co-Sponsors this year:

Sheila Jimenez - jimenezs@fultonschools.org

Stephanni Prelac - prelac@fultonschools.org


Centennial High School’s Senior Service Day is back for its thirteenth year and will be held on Friday, November 16, 2018.  On this day, members of the Centennial Class of 2019 will have the opportunity to give back to their community by working in small groups at more than 20 volunteer sites in and around the Roswell community and beyond, while learning about the spirit of service and volunteerism.  
Please be aware that ALL seniors will be required to attend an important Senior Service Day informational meeting- date, time and location yet to be determined. At this meeting, relevant information regarding participation waivers, how to sign up for a volunteer site, transportation, and altered class schedules will be discussed. Seniors who do not attend the presentation will risk the ability to participate in this wonderful tradition. Please make note of this very important meeting with your senior. 

PTSA Senior Service Scholarship Opportunity!  

Each year the Centennial High School PTSA offers several scholarships, some up to $1000, recognizing exceptional dedication to volunteerism among the senior class students. These scholarships will be awarded to students who best exemplify the PTSA’s ideals of outstanding commitment of service to others in our school, community and world.

Any graduating senior with a GPA of 80 or higher who is enrolling at a college, university or technical institute of higher learning may apply. Applicants (or their families) must be a member of the PTSA by the time the application is submitted.

Applications and a detailed description will be available on the PTSA website after October 1 and will be due in the front office by Friday, March 1 at 3:30 p.m. All applicants are encouraged to attend one of two workshops that will take place in January during lunch in the Learning Commons meeting room. This 10 minute workshop will provide students with an overview of the application and selection process, an opportunity to ask questions and learn about how to complete an application which best reflects the quality, diversity, leadership roles and overall impact of their community service over the past four years. 

If you have any questions, please contact Amy Pauls, Scholarship Committee Chair, at amypauls@me.com.

Senior Parent Facebook Page  

To assist with all the senior announcements headed our way this year, PTSA has created a Facebook page to serve as a quick reference.  As notifications are made, we will be posting them here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/224593554849559/

This is a closed group and names will be verified based on MySchoolAnywhere, so please make sure your info is updated there.

Centennial Volleyball Season Ends with 3rd Place Finish  

It’s a wrap!!! After a solid 3rd place finish in the region, the Varsity Volleyball season has come to an end with a loss to Dunwoody in the Region tournament. The girls fought hard all season and are ready to come back even stronger next year! Their teamwork and friendship were evident on and off the court. They played hard for every point while showing great sportsmanship to each other and their opponents.  

Huge kudos to our 4 players recognized on all area teams:
1st Team - Livi Weidmann
2nd Team - Isabelle Hall, Sydney Baham, Caylen Alexander

Thanks to all who came out to support our Knights this season!!!


Soccer Info Meeting 10/23 at 7pm  

Parents of interested soccer players, join the soccer coaches and Goal Club for an informational meeting at 7:00 on October 23 in the school cafeteria. You will have an opportunity to hear from the coaches and learn more about the soccer program.  Voluntary conditioning workouts for soccer will begin the last week of October.

Boys Lacrosse Holding Garage Sale Fundraiser 12/1  

Boys Lacrosse will hold a Huge Garage Sale on Saturday, December 1st at the school from 8-12.  Come out and find your treasure or if you would like to clean up your house by donating items just collecting dust, we will come pick up items on Friday, 11/31.  Please no large furniture or large appliances.  Contact MattRisse@comcast.net to schedule a pick up.

Centennial’s Foundation for the Fine Arts (FFA) Spirit Night at Moe's  

Monday, November 5th between 4pm and 7pm
Support FFA AND feed the family at Moe's on Holcomb Bridge Road in Roswell across from Centennial.


Fulton County Schools Developing Calendar for 2019-2020  

At the October Community School Board meeting held jointly by District 7 representative Julia Bernath and District 3 representative Gail Dean, the chair of the district calendar committee, Riverwood’s Principal Gardner, presented a proposed calendar for the 2019-2020 school year.  The proposal has some interesting changes including:

  • Starting school one week later
  • 5 day weekend in October
  • Ending 1st semester one week after returning from Winter Break
  • Ending 2nd semester after Memorial Day

Do you have thoughts that you would like to share with your school board representative?  This topic will be discussed at District 1 Representative Katha Stuart’s meeting on Wednesday 10/17 at Roswell High School at 6:30 p.m.  Other meetings this week include Katie Reeves at Cambridge High School on 10/16 at 7:00 p.m. and Linda McCain on 10/17 at Northview High School at 6:30 p.m. 

FCS School Board Community Meetings  

Centennial High School is represented by three FCS school board members.  Each board member holds monthly community meetings to keep residents informed about issues and give citizens the opportunity to comment on Board agenda items.  

  • Linda McCain - Wednesday, October 17, 6:30 PM at Northview High School
  • Katha Stuart - Wednesday, October 17, 6:30 PM at Roswell High School
  • Julia Bernath - Tuesday, November 13, 9:30 AM at Centennial High School 
  • Katha Stuart - Tuesday, November 13, 9:30 AM at Mountain Park Elementary School



Donate Money to Your School Just by Shopping! 

When you shop @AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate to Centennial HS PTSA.

Selecting your charitable organization:

  • Use this link to go to AmazonSmile: https://smile.amazon.com 
  • If you already have an Amazon account then log in using your existing Amazon information. Note: the accounts are linked, but you have to be on the AmazonSmile website in order for them to make a donation to your specified charity. 
  • AmazonSmile will prompt you to select your charity. Select Centennial High School PTSA Roswell Georgia. 
  • Start shopping!

Accident Avoidance Workshops

Be sure to mention that the Centennial PTSA as your referral, as AAW donates a portion of their proceeds from the workshops back to our school.

Concerned your teen driver is not prepared to handle the crazy traffic? Whether building confidence in new drivers, or knocking the hot-rods down a few pegs, the Accident Avoidance Workshops’ goal is to save lives by positively impacting new drivers’ development of their decision making abilities and physical skills necessary to maximize on their own vehicle’s capabilities without losing control of their vehicle, or themselves. Accident Avoidance Workshops covers “Emergency Driving Conditions” (what to do when everything goes horribly wrong) to prepare them to survive potentially fatal accidents. Ask anyone who has taken this course for their thoughts on how effective it is, how much better their teen driver handled basic driving techniques afterward, how much more confident both parent and teen driver felt after the workshop. As an added bonus, you can receive an insurance discount for completing this defensive driving course. Sign up for an Accident Avoidance Workshop at a location near you! 

AAW is "driver trainin' the way it ought'a be!" www.accidentavoidanceworkshops.org

Shop at Kroger and Earn Money for the School 

Did you know that out PTSA earns money every time you buy groceries at Kroger if you have gone online and assigned your Kroger Plus card to Centennial?  To get started visit http://www.krogercommunityrewards.com. and link to "Centennial High School PTSA". Then just remember to swipe your Kroger Plus card or use related phone number when shopping.  It is an easy way to support the PTSA while you are getting your shopping done!  

Remember to Use your Publix Scan Cards! 

Do you know that the CHS PTSA has received over $14,000 from Publix over the years?!  That is a lot of money - and it takes no effort at all.  Just use your scan card every time that you make a purchase at Publix.  If you do not have a scan card, you can get one at the front desk.  They are available throughout the school year.  You or your student can pick up extra cards for grandparents, friends and neighbors to use.  Everyone buys groceries, and having these cards scanned when you shop at Publix is an easy way to help CHS PTSA!

Contact Us

If you have questions about MySchoolAnywhere or PTSA communications, please email: directory@centptsa.org.