April 2019 Edition

Upcoming Georgia Milestones Tests 

Our spring Georgia Milestones End of Course (EOC) testing window begins on April 24 and lasts until May 3.  These are state mandated assessments.  Georgia Milestones are designed to measure and provide information about how well students are mastering the state-adopted content standards.  Importantly, Georgia Milestones are designed to provide students with critical information about their own achievement and readiness for their next level of learning.
Students at the high school level will take an EOC in the following courses:

  • English Language Arts - 9th Grade Literature & Composition
  • English Language Arts - 11th grade American Literature & Composition
  • Mathematics - Algebra I 
  • Mathematics - Geometry 
  • Science - Biology
  • Science - Physical Science
  • Social Studies - US History
  • Social Studies - Economics 

The EOCs are administered at the completion of the course, regardless of the grade level. These tests are 20% of the student's final course grade.  
Please ensure that your child is at school on time on all testing days. We kindly request to postpone doctors' appointments.  Students need to get plenty of rest the night before and have a good breakfast before the testing session.  All testing will be done electronically; therefore, students need to make sure that their Surface tablets are fully charged and ready for the testing session.

Attached is the EOC testing schedule


Spanish version: EOC testing schedule
Spanish version: EOC parent letter


Week 1

Test Date

Morning (8 AM)

Afternoon (12 PM)

May 6

AP United States Government and Politics

AP Environmental Science

May 7

AP Spanish Language and Culture

AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based

May 8

AP English Literature and

AP French Language and Culture

May 9

AP Chemistry
AP Spanish Literature and Culture

AP German Language and Culture

AP Psychology

May 10

AP United States History

AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based

AP Computer Science Principles

Studio Art:  May 10th is the last day for your school to submit digital portfolios and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for the physical portfolio assembly. Students should have forwarded their completed digital portfolios to their teachers well before this date.

Week 2

Test Date

Morning (8 AM)

Afternoon (12 PM)

May 13

AP Biology

AP Physics C: Mechanics
Special Exam time.
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
is the only exam given at 2 p.m.

May 14

AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC

AP Human Geography
AP Art History

May 15

AP English Language and Composition

AP Macroeconomics

May 16

AP Comparative Government and Politics
AP World History

AP Statistics

May 17

AP Music Theory
AP Microeconomics

AP Computer Science A

Centennial Senior Receives Prestigious Scholarship from UGA

Senior Marianne Lamarche was selected as a Foundation Fellow at the University of Georgia (UGA), the highest academic scholarship the university awards.  Administered by the UGA Honors Program, the Foundation Fellowship was created to enrich the educational experience of outstanding undergraduates. Recipients are selected from 1,000+ applicants.

Through the Fellowship, students receive an annual stipend covering tuition, room/board and fees.  Additionally, Fellows receive individual travel-study grants ($9,000), spring group travel-study (one domestic and two international trips, valued at $9,900), research and academic conference grants ($1,750), and a post-first-year study abroad program at Oxford University (valued at $8,500).

Amazing accomplishment, Marianne! Go Knights!

Centennial Student Selected As State Finalist In Governor's Honors Program

Nicole Ganelin (Visual Arts) has been selected to attend the 2019 Georgia Governor's Honors Program (GHP) hosted at Berry College in Rome, Georgia this summer.

GHP is a residential summer program for gifted and talented high school rising juniors and rising seniors. Selection is based on a combination of ability and interest and is highly competitive. Sophomore and junior students are nominated by their high school teachers and go through a rigorous, multi-layered "interview" process at a variety of different levels, including school, county, and state. It is a huge honor to be chosen as a finalist.  2019 will mark the 56th consecutive summer of GHP, making it the longest continually running program in the nation.

Students will arrive on the campus of Berry College on Sunday, June 16, 2019.  Students will spend the mornings in their major area of nomination, exploring topics not usually found in the regular high school classroom for four consecutive weeks.  Evenings are filled with seminars, activities, concerts, and performances.  Congratulations to our Centennial GHP Finalist! 

More information about GHP can be found on the Governor's Office of Student Achievement website   https://gosa.georgia.gov/governors-honors-program.


Senior Fees - Have You Paid Them Yet?

$140 Graduation gown and ceremony fees (now including a late fee) are mandatory if attending graduation.

Go to www.gabalfour.com and select Centennial, Roswell GA and click purchase Cap and Gown/Graduation Fee.  

This fee covers a lot of stuff including:  cap, gown, diploma, diploma cover, tassels, and rental fee for graduation location. Fees must be paid and graduates must wear a cap and gown to participate in the graduation ceremony. All gowns are royal blue. Contact Ms. Prelac at  prelac@fultonschools.org  with any questions about this.

Caps and Gowns & Senior Treats!
Our final Senior Treats will occur on April 18 when we'll be handing out ice cream at lunch!  Caps and gowns will also be distributed to those seniors who ordered before the deadline (those who ordered after February will receive their caps and gowns in May).  It will be an exciting day to celebrate our seniors!

Senior Graduation Signs Delivered 4/24-4/27
Home delivery of graduation signs that were ordered before the deadline of 4/15 will occur between April 24 and April 27. If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Smith at Smithjessica007@comcast.net.

Senior College Acceptance Day 5/1
This is an exciting Centennial tradition when all seniors have an opportunity at the microphone to share with their classmates their plans for next year. This will be on May 1 – time tba.  We are encouraging parents and families to attend this informal and fun ceremony.  It will be held in the CHS Auditorium.  Please come support your senior as they announce their plans for the future!

Sunday, May 19th 2019 ~ 5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Seniors please arrive by 4:30 p.m.  
Location: Mt. Pisgah United Methodist Church

North Campus, 2850 Old Alabama Road 

Senior Dress Code:
Graduates should wear their graduation gowns to the service (no caps). 

  • Gentlemen – Dark dress pants, white collared shirt, tie and dress shoes
  • Ladies – Nice dress and dressy shoes/sandals

Service starts at 5:00 p.m.

Would You Like to Sponsor a Centennial Senior for Graduation?
Some of our Centennial Senior students could use help covering the costs of graduation.  If you would like to help sponsor a senior for $90 (or whatever you can give), please contact Ms. Prelac at prelac@fultonschools.org.  Thank you so much for your help! 

College Acceptance Wall
Our College Acceptance Wall is Up and Running! You can find pictures of the class of 2019 and where they have been accepted to on the hall in the main hallway. Please remember to have your seniors send their college acceptance letters and/or scholarship amounts to their counselor so that we can add them to the wall to be recognized! 

Senior Week was a Huge Success!!
Seniors enjoyed a catered breakfast and lunch, karaoke, ice cream, animals, Wipe Out, mechanical bull, snacks, pizza, obstacle course, candy, t-shirts, and a movie!! Thank you to the teachers, students, and parents who pitched in to make this a memorable week for our wonderful seniors.  BUT, the most special thanks goes to Ms. Jimenez, who has worked so hard for many years to make this week and whole year so wonderful for Centennial Seniors.  Go Knights!!



Senior Facebook Page
Join the Class of 2019 Facebook group. Find answers to your senior year questions and see pictures from senior events including the carnival during Senior Week. 

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 - Tuesday, April 16, 6:30 PM at Johns Creek High School
  • Katha Stuart - Wednesday, April 17, 6:30 PM at Elkins Pointe Middle School 
  • Julia Bernath - Wednesday, May 8, 9:30 AM at River Eves Elementary School 
  • Linda McCain - Tuesday, May 14, 9:30 AM at Ocee Elementary School
  • Katha Stuart - Wednesday, May 15, 9:30 AM at Esther Jackson Elementary School 

Parents YOU DO NOT want to miss this event!
You may have heard of sex trafficking, but did you know that traffickers use emoji’s and other social media to lure our children into the sex trade?  Did you know that that the target age is 11-14 years old??  Think this could NEVER happen to your child???  Guess what?!  It’s happening right here in NORTH FULTON!!! 

Join us on April 18, 2019, from 6pm-8pm in the auditorium at Centennial High School as we invite Susan Norris, the founder of Rescuing Hope, to share her knowledge about this topic, and educate us all on how to keep our children safe. 

For more information about Susan’s organization and her mission visit: https://www.rescuinghope.com/

Questions??  Contact any of the following school Social Workers:

Anita Nieman:
Erika Cohen: cohened@fultonschools.org
Kaitlyn Jimenez: jimenezke@fultonschools.org
Giselle Jacob: jacobgl@fultonschools.org  

Padres NO DEBE perderse este evento:
Es posible que haya oído hablar del tráfico de esclavos sexuales, pero ¿sabías que los traficantes utilizan emoji y otras redes sociales para atraer a nuestros niños al comercio sexual? ¿Sabías que la edad que más buscan es de 11 a 14 años? ¿Usted cree que esto no podría NUNCA pasarle a sus hijos? No esté tan seguro, porqué está ocurriendo aquí en NORTH FULTON!!! 

Lo invitamos el jueves 18 de abril de 2019, de 6:00pm a 8:00pm en el auditorio de Centennial High School a la presentación de la Sra. Susan Norris, fundadora de la organización Rescuing Hope, quien compartirá su conocimiento sobre este tema y nos enseñará a cómo mantener a nuestros niños seguros. 

Para mas información sobre la organización y la mision de la Sra. Susan favor de visitar: https://www.rescuinghope.com/

¿Preguntas? Póngase en contacto con cualquiera de los siguientes trabajadores sociales escolares:

Giselle Jacob: jacobgl@fultonschools.org (habla Español)

Freshman Zoli Berencsi Earns a Shuler Award Honorable Mention

Congratulations to Zoli Berencsi for receiving a Shuler Award Honorable Mention for Best Performance by a Supporting Actor for his performance as Judas in Centennial's Godspell! The Shuler Awards are Georgia High School's equivalent to a Tony Award - they are a really big deal. The Shuler Awards select winners from over 70 schools throughout the state.  Way to go Zoli and the entire Centennial Godspell production!  Go Knights!

Sensational Centennial Lacrosse Video Goes Viral 

From the face-off, the Knights made 3 behind the back passes before scoring a behind the back goal at the 3/23 game against Peachtree Ridge! And it was all caught on video! Senior player Caleb Saad posted the video on Twitter and it took off, catching the eye of major national sports outlets ESPN, NBC Sports, Sports Illustrated and Barstool Sports.  It was also featured on SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays of March 23!!   GO KNIGHTS!!

(Video: https://twitter.com/calebsadd20/status/1109592481434349568)

To read more, check out this article:

Coach Burch Named Athletic Director of the Year in Region 7AAAAAA

At the Georgia Athletic Director’s Association annual conference in Savannah, Georgia, Centennial’s athletic director, Jeff Burch was honored and given the award for Athletic Director of the Year in Region 7-AAAAAA. This award is given to an athletic director whose work is distinguished and has made significant steps to better the athletes and programs at their school. Coach Burch’s work has helped Centennial to stand out in Region 7-AAAAAA in 2019 as many different sports have succeeded not only at the regional level but also at state competitions.

In 2019, Centennial’s athletic program has seen a new level of success as more athletes have signed to play at the collegiate level than ever before from a single graduating class. The Swim and Dive team won the GHSA AAAAAA State Championship and many other sports competed at the highest level in one of the toughest regions in the entire state. We want to congratulate Coach Burch on his achievement and thank him for all his hard work at Centennial!

13 Centennial Swimmers/Divers Awarded All State Honors 

The Georgia High School Swim Coaches Association has awarded 13 Knights with All State Honors.  Congratulations to the following student athletes.

First Team All State
Elly Deas (Senior)
Tessa Sergile (Senior)
Madeline Singletary (Sophomore)
Katharine Ward (Junior)
Second Team All State
Camden Bowers (Junior)
Sebastien Sergile (Freshman)
Third Team All State
Justin Bender (Freshman)
Venla Harkonen (Sophomore)
Bryan Teffeteller (Junior)
Austin Yearout (Junior)
Honorable Mention All State
Alexis Bender (Junior)
Gabby Born (Freshman)
Hannah Collerette (Freshman)

Cathryn Gray Earns Travel and Training Grant

This week, the Women’s Sports Foundation named six female athletes as recipients of their 2019 national Travel and Training Grant recipients and Cathryn Gray is one of the six in the U.S. – and the only athlete from Georgia to receive this award.  This award is given to athletes training for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, World Championships and more. The Travel & Training Fund helps fuel the athletic dreams of competitors and Gray has earned this honor through her hard work and determination.

Gray was named an All-American in 2017 and was able to travel and compete in Spain for the World Paralympic Games. Cathryn was the only female named as a U.S. Paralympic Track & Field All-American, in addition to being the 2017 javelin and discus national champion. She currently holds the national record for javelin and these performances led to international competitions. With the Travel & Training Fund grant, Cathryn will be able to travel internationally to compete this year. We are proud of Cathryn’s achievements and look forward to seeing the results of her competitions this summer!  GO KNIGHTS!!

2019 Positive Athletes North Atlanta Regional Winners 

Congratulations to Emily McHenry (Girls Lacrosse) and Cathryn Gray (Adaptive)! Both girls were nominated and won Positive Athlete GA for the North Atlanta Region! Go Knights!! 

Knights Baseball Players Receive Rawlings/PG Pre-Season Honors

Congrats to Seniors Jonathan Cannon, Camren Landry and Sam Janis for being named to the Rawlings/Perfect Game Pre-Season All-American Teams. These annual awards recognize the top senior athletes in high school baseball nationwide.  Junior Will Haberstock was also named a Rawlings/PG Preseason Underclass High School All-American. Go Knights!

CHS Girls Softball Tryouts 

When: May 13-15, 4:30 – 6:30pm
Where: Centennial High School Softball Field (entrance near Scott Rd and
Eves Rd)

Please wear softball attire and bring your own equipment. Softball pants,
cleats, glove, bat and helmet.

You must have a physical on file before tryouts. You can come and have a
free physical completed at Centennial on April 24th from 8:15 – 9:00pm.
Check-in at 8:00pm. Please create a Dragonfly Max account before you come
at https://max.dragonflyathletics.com/maxweb/maxcover/login or you can
load one from your doctor at this link also. Make sure you take a picture to
load it.

Contact Head Coach Matt McCarthy at mccarthym1@fultonschools.org

If you are not a rising Freshman, join the Jr. Knights Softball Team. Tryouts
for this are May 15 at 6:30pm at Centennial High School Softball Field for
Rising 6th – 8th Graders. Contact Coach Greg Gardner at

2019 Prom Pictures Available for Purchase 

Prom pictures may be viewed and purchased at the link below, the code is 6090P191

National Practice Test Weekend 4/27-4/28 

National Test Prep weekend is April 27-28 and Applerouth is sponsoring FREE SAT & ACT practice tests plus strategy sessions!  Click here to register. 

TAG Directed Study Elective Course

Directed Study is an outstanding option for the self-guided learner.  Students will pick their course and study and write their own curriculum.  Universities love to see Directed Study, as it means the student is self-motivated and is a mature candidate that is dedicated to their passion.  Below are some examples of Directed Study courses over the years:

  • College and Scholarship Applications (Seniors only)
  • Learning Java/Python/C++C Sharp 
  • World War II in the Japanese theatre
  • History of Broadway
  • Deadliest Creatures of the Amazon
  • Conversational Russian
  • Writing the Great American Novel
  • Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity 
  • Computer Game Design—Intention of putting on the AppStore 
  • Genealogy—tracing family history from Lithuania 
  • How to Run a Business/Creating a Restaurant 
  • Creating a Non-Profit

Directed Study is an academic elective.
Directed Study will count towards Hope and Zell Miller Scholarships!

Please see Ms. Rosner (E-29) or Ms. Bennie (E-09) for more information!

CHS Winterguard – 1st Place win!  

Our Winterguard placed FIRST in the Scholastic Regional A Division in at Chattahoochee High School. Congratulations for a great performance!


Centennial Student Spanish Translators  

Thanks goes to our CHS Student Spanish Translators who worked with parents at Rising 6th Grade Parent Night on March 19 at Holcomb Bridge Middle School. These students also assisted with Curriculum Night in the fall. Their help has been very valuable to the community. They are currently studying to take a medical translation assessment. Go Knights!


2nd Annual SPaCE Expo on 5/1  

You are cordially invited to attend the Centennial High School 2nd annual SPaCE Expo, on May 1st from 6pm- 8pm in the Learning Commons.  The Expo will be showcasing projects from students involved in the first and only maker space in Fulton county!

The Makerspace supports STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Mathematics) which together represent a vital skill set that will give our kids the confidence to learn new skills independently, increase their holistic problem solving skills, and position our students for the jobs of the future. Stocked with 3D printers, laser cutters, screen printing, and embroidery machines the space has really stimulated the technical and artistic creativity of our students here and we are looking forward to sharing our enthusiasm with the community. Hopefully we’ll see you there! 



Centennial’s 1st Inductees into Science National Honor Society  

The first group of Centennial Juniors and Seniors were inducted into the Science National Honor Society.  In addition to performing well in science classes, inductees must also participate in an extra-curricular science endeavor such as science fair or research.  The induction ceremony was capped off with displays of student science projects as well as a wonderful presentation on pursuing your passion (especially in science) from a former Centennial student who is now a professor of entomology at LSU. Congrats to all!

Fine Arts  

Outstanding Visual Art students, Sara McDonough and Aailyah Tenorio, were selected to exhibit artwork in the Capital Art Exhibition during the month of February. The Capital Art Exhibition is a prestigious event signaling the beginning of Youth Art Month for the State of Georgia. State Superintendent of Education, Mr. Richard Woods, was the keynote speaker; he was among many honored guest speakers and presentations featured during the celebration. All State Senators and Representatives were invited to attend and meet their student artist constituents.

For more information on the CHS Fine Arts program, please contact Charlotte Turner via TurnerC2@fultonschools.org


Photo: Sara McDonough is shown in front of her colored pencil still life drawing along with 
Georgia State Senator Kay Kirkpatrick.

Centennial Band   

Tri-M Music Honor Society
17 students were inducted into the Tri-M Music Society in March, in recognition of their qualities of service, musicianship, and character. Membership requirements include volunteer service and musical performance. 25 members of Tri-M, including the new inductees, performed at a March recital. Congratulations to these students!

SAPA Scholarship and Winterguard
Congratulations to Olga Diaz, a member of Centennial's Winterguard, who was awarded a SAPA 19 Scholarship!

Our Winterguard finished a very successful season under the directorship of Rachel Cooper, culminating in the SAPA Championships at UT-Chattanooga in March. Congrats on a great season!

Join Us May 8th at the Band Program's CoffeeHouse!
Our CoffeeHouse event will be held Wednesday May 8th, 6-8pm. The evening will feature performances by many students and teachers. There will be a $5 admission fee and coffee and desserts will be available for purchase.  We will also have a 50-50 drawing and a silent auction.  All proceeds will go directly to the CHS band program. Have something to donate for the silent auction, or would like to be a business sponsor? Contact Amy Kennedy (kennlong4@comcast.net).

Kryzle Kwan Inducted into National Technical Honor Society  

Kryzle Kwan was recently inducted into National Technical Honor Society.  She has also been named the new JROTC Cadet Battalion Commander.  Congratulations Kryzle!


The Chick-Fil-A Leader Academy will host a bag packing party on April 19, 2019 (3:30P-5:30P) in the CHS cafeteria.  During this event, volunteers will help pack 30 teen duffle bags (provided by the Together We Rise organization) with teen-specific items that will be donated to teenage students within the Fulton County foster care system.  We are still in need of student volunteers, and teen item donations.  If your student would like to participate or donate, please ask them to sign up via the following link:
We request that student volunteers wear the t-shirt that represents their student organization, if available and able.  Dinner, drinks and entertainment will be provided to students who participate in the bag packing event.

For more information on this event, please contact Ms. Ekpo via ekpon@fultonschools.org 

Here are a few photos from past projects.  

Starry Knight Fashion Show a Big Hit at Centennial  

After volunteering at a local fashion show that featured students with developmental disabilities as models, senior Ashley Pearson was inspired to put on one of her own.  Although they only had time for one rehearsal in the auditorium before the big day, the students gave it their all.  They modeled clothes from their own wardrobes in the categories of formal wear, business wear, school or casual wear and Hawaiian wear and hammed it up on the stage to the delight of the student audience, which was made up of classes that came to watch the show.  During intermission, while the models took a break from the action, the audience was treated to two talented singers with Leo White performing “Bones” by Galantis featuring One Republic and David Torres sharing an original rap. The participants had a great time!

North Fulton Council PTA Committee Chair Positions Open  

The Council is looking for people interested in chair positions working with local units to support the students of North Fulton County.  This is a great opportunity for people who would like to volunteer with PTA but are not able to volunteer during the day or who would like to contribute at a bigger picture level.  Contact Kristin Sharpe or Lisa Shanklin at president@nfcpta.com for more information.  

2 Tools for Effective Communication  

Every single individual on earth is constantly communicating, but they may not be communicating effectively. Often, we grow frustrated with our efforts to get our point across to others or when we try to fully comprehend others, but we retreat because of a lack of success. Our frustration comes from problems in knowing how to correctly use the tools of communication. The essential requirements or tools of communication are speaking and listening.

Speaking is the verbal part of communication, which is the talking with the mouth, that many are so eager to do. There is also the nonverbal part of communication, when we speak with our body language, facial expressions, and other gestures. Listening is the silent tool in communication that sometimes many of us fail to do. However, listening is the most essential tool of communication because it is the way that ensures that the message spoken is received correctly and understood.

To begin having more effective communication, ensure that you are speaking the most important details that you want to convey. In most cases, it is how you feel about a situation or how the situation made you feel. Although many times we talk about what the other person did, this is not the heart of the matter. What is most important is that you convey how the situation made you feel. Do this in a short and concise manner, starting with the I statement, “I feel…” The listener should then ensure they are listening by reflecting what was said by the speaker to make sure they understand. Simply use a statement such as “It sounds like you feel…” or “So you’re telling me that you feel…” If the listener is incorrect, simply say how the situation made you feel again with emphasis placed on your feelings. When the listener has fully understood, then the two parties can address the individual’s feelings together and correct the matter. This method brings validation of the emotion into the relationship, which will breed closeness. When communication is done more effectively, it will make communicating easier to do and enjoyable for everyone involved.        

Troy Law, MA
Summit Counseling Center

Building Centennial High School’s Business Partner Program! 

We are off to a great start with our 2019-2020 business partners!  We would like to welcome Tide, Piedmont Urgent Care and Cici's Pizza to Centennial. We look forward to a great partnership and some great new opportunities for next school year!  If you own a company or know someone who does and are interested in partnering with Centennial, please have them contact Amy Hastings or Marci Saunders at presidents@centptsa.org for more information.  Or visit our website at centptsa.org.  Click on the Become a Business Partner Tab.  We have some really exciting opportunities to offer our business partners!


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 must be on the AmazonSmile website for them to donate to your specified charity. 
  • AmazonSmile will prompt you to select your charity. Select Centennial High School PTSA Roswell Georgia. 
  • Start shopping!

Earn Money for Centennial by Shopping at Publix

To support your school, sign up for Publix Partners through your Publix.com account and select your desired school. Then, enter your phone number at checkout each time you make an eligible purchase.

Shop at Kroger and Earn Money for the School 

Did you know that our 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!  

Accident Avoidance Workshops
Be sure to mention 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

Want More Information?  

http://www.centptsa.org/- everything PTSA and more!
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http://www.chsknights.com - Official Centennial High School Website.

https://theaccolade.org – Centennial Student Newspaper

https://www.facebook.com/goCHSknights/ - Centennial PTSA Facebook Page

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