May 2019 Edition

2019 Centennial Senior Athletes and Artists 

Here is a list of Centennial Senior Artists and Athletes who will be continuing their art or sport next year at college.  We are so proud of you and wish you the best of luck!  Go Knights!!

Gianna Molezion                   Bachelor of Music Georgia State
Ethan Maholland                   Bachelor of Music       Georgia State
Sebastian Mijangos               Bachelor of Music/Choir       Georgia State
Sarah Willis Bachelor of Music                           Georgia State
Sommer Lemcoe                  Bachelor of Music                           Kennesaw State
Trent Gibson                         Bachelor Music/Marching Band   North Georgia
Jacob Stetzer                              Music Education                             West Georgia
Nathan Jacobi                       Marching Band                               Univ of Georgia
Luis Roque                           Marching Band                               West Georgia
Shantyl McDuffie     Concert Band  Georgia Southern
Sydney Davis     Concert Band  Georgia Southern
Kara Schroers     Concert Band                                  North Georgia
Jonah Bergman     Music Minor      Univ of Georgia  
Landon Coley Music Major Kennesaw State
Geordyn Marks                      Music Therapy              Howard Univ
Brendan Kennedy       Music Education             Georgia Southern
Samantha Hoge University Choir Univ of Georgia
Olga Diaz University Choir Univ of Georgia
Kate Sauer University Choir Auburn 
Natalie Geffrard University Choir Georgia State
Nia Perryman University Chapel Choir Montreat College
Karen Seaver Collegiate Chorale Agnes Scott
Justin Effendi Glee Club Georgia Tech
Theatre Arts    
Joe Scott                        Theatre Performance/Choir       Oglethorpe
Aria Ramey                    Theatre Performance            American Music & Dramatic Academy
Tiffany Kovash Theatre Performance Brenau Univ
Visual Arts     
Kinsey McElhaney                        Graphic Design                           SCAD Atlanta
Oscar Lee Rowing Dartmouth
Will Holt Rowing              Marist College
Olivia Diaz       Volleyball             Univ of North Carolina
Elly Deas Swimming US Naval Academy
Jonathan Cannon Baseball Univ of Georgia
Camren Landry Baseball Georgia State
Sam Janis Baseball Oglethorpe
Tahj Willis Baseball McDaniel College
Ryan Siracusa Lacrosse Univ of Maryland
Frankie Cecere Lacrosse Furman
Brett Meskill Lacrosse Sacred Heart Univ
Justin Wright Lacrosse Univ of Mt Union
Sean Mayville Lacrosse Greensboro College
Kamryn McNeil Lacrosse Tusculum Univ
Christina Fabrizio Lacrosse Mars Hill Univ
Max Brosmer Football Univ of New Hampshire
Jack Barton Football Furman
Will Edwards Football Kennesaw State
Cal Dickie Football Lenoir-Rhyne Univ
Malcom Gallagher Football Univ of Virginia College at Wise
Sylvester Mathis Football Morehead State Univ
Dexler Benjamin Football Tusculum Univ
Marc Fleming Football Univ of Mt Union
Matt Willbanks Football The Apprentice School
Grace Long Soccer SCAD Savannah
Colin Kahl Basketball Univ of the South (Sewanee)
PJ Pointer Basketball, Track Fish Univ
Nia Perryman Track Montreat College

Final Exam Schedule


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 Wins National Student Television Award

Centennial’s own Grant Blevins wins 3rd place in the NATION in the School News/Feature Story category for his story on Jamie McHenry. The Student Television Network (STN) recognizes televised stories from across the nation in many different categories.  For School News/Feature Story, they were looking for a story related to a recent event in school life that aired as part of a news broadcast.  The story is judged on: camera/direction, lighting, audio, natural sound, editing, drama/human interest, storytelling/writing, creativity, and  journalistic integrity/courage.

The STN Nationals are given annually by Student Television Network. The awards are presented in recognition of excellence in scholastic broadcast television and film. They honor the special skills and unique talents of broadcasting and film students from across the nation. 

Check out Grant’s award-winning Centennial story:


PTSA Senior Service Scholarship Award

Centennial High School would like to congratulate the winners of the PTSA Senior Service Scholarship Award.  This year's recipients have served countless hours working with kids, teenagers, the elderly, the sick, economically disadvantaged and people with special needs, collecting food, books and other items, building things, providing meals, translating, providing service within their churches, and making a difference in our schools.  Please help to congratulate this year's winners: 

Marianne Lamarche - $900
Zach Armbruster - $550
Julia Horras - $550
Alexis Seith - $550
Emily McDonough - $300
Kaitlyn Nichols - $300

Thank you to all applicants! You make Centennial High School very proud! 

Biology Research

ATTENTION JUNIORS: Senior Year is fast and furious, so stay tuned to any communications that come your way.

First task for your senior year is SENIOR PORTRAITS.
There has already been an initial meeting on Senior Portraits last week.  If you didn’t attend, you can contact Meagan Albright at Cady Studios with any questions.

Senior Portraits are being taken by Cady Studios.  All seniors must have a senior portrait done to be included in the yearbook.


When? Where? What do I wear?

Where: Ameris Amphitheater
When: Friday, May 17th 1-3pm    Students should arrive no later than 12:30 to make sure we can start at 1 and be finished on time.  
Students are to park in LOT C on 11450 Maxwell Road.
What: This is a full rehearsal with a practice line and processional. Students should come dressed to be outside in the heat, but clothing should also be school appropriate.
After rehearsal is over, we will distribute the following

  • Tickets (All students will receive 12)
  • If students need additional tickets, they will be asked to wait in their seats.   They will be distributed in an orderly fashion until they are all given out. Last year, everyone waiting got 6 extra, I wouldn't plan on more than 6 as this class is larger than last years. If parents need more than 18 tickets they will need to have their student ask other students for extras.
  • Tassels if a student didn't receive one
  • Honor Cords and Honor Pins - this is only for students with a predesignated honor grad status - this is decided by the county based on cumulative weighted average of 88% or higher.

Where: Ameris Amphitheater
When: Monday May 20th 8pm-10pm - Students should arrive no later than 7:15 fully dressed in all regalia as well as their cap and gown. Students are to park in lot C on 11450 Maxwell Road. Students should proceed to the staging area behind the venue.
What: Students should follow the graduation dress code that was sent home to parents and posted online:
What to Wear**
Boys:  dark slacks (long pants), white collared shirt, tie, and dark dress shoes
Girls:  nice dress or blouse and dress pants with dress shoes or sandals
**No hats, large jewelry, or sunglasses

Additional Info:

  • Leave cell phones, keys, purses, cameras with family members – graduates cannot carry anything during the ceremony. There is no place to secure these items.
  • No gum chewing.
  • Bring bobby pins to secure caps.

Parents are to Park in Lot A - The lots open at 6:30 pm.   Please advise families that the lots do back up and it can take a while to get parked and seated. There will be large signs and attendants at each lot to assist in directing traffic.

  • There is preferential parking for handicapped guests and there is golf cart service for elderly and handicapped guests as well.   *There is no preferential seating for guests unless they are in a wheel chair*

GATES OPEN AT 7 PM.   Ameris staff will be on hand and will keep the gates locked until 7pm. NO EXCEPTIONS. They will not open the gates for anyone. If a senior arrives with their family they must walk around to the rear of the stadium.

  • EVERY PERSON must have a ticket! That includes small children. This is a fire code issue. We cannot have more bodies than is legally allowed. Everyone must be counted and present a ticket at the gate.

NO BALLOONS!   Ameris will turn you away with balloons and most times they will not even let you get out of the parking lot with them.   Balloons are not allowed in any fashion into the arena
Graduation will begin PROMPTLY at 8pm.   Last year we had many, many families who were still walking in and getting seated as the graduates entered the venue. Families who are late will be held to the outside of the seating area until all seniors have been seated.   We will not hold the start of the ceremony.
Photos:   Cady Studios will be on hand for photography.

  • Once graduation is over there will be a 30 minute window for families to take photos. After 30 minutes, Ameris staff will begin asking people to make their way out. Graduation usually takes just under 2 hours, we hope to keep with this.  

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.

There is no limit to the number of guests. All are welcome. The committee will ask for a $20 donation to defray the costs of the service.  Checks can be made out to CHS Baccalaureate Committee and can be sent to:  DEB DREESMAN, 8810 WILLOWBRAE LANE, ROSWELL, GA 30076
Please send questions to BEATRICE POWELL at BBOP4P@GMAIL.COM

Senior Treats
When our seniors picked up their caps and gowns they also got TREATED to ice cream!  Congrats to all our fabulous seniors!! 

Centennial's 2nd Annual Athletic Awards Night  

Centennial High School Athletic Department held their second annual Athletic Awards Night to celebrate the best in Centennial athletics during the 2018 and 2019 seasons. Throughout the year, there have been some incredible moments from last-second victories to state championship trophies. This year, Centennial even had a record number of athletes sign to play at the collegiate level and our Athletic Director, Jeff Burch, was awarded for his outstanding work in Region 7-AAAAAA. During the ceremony, the hard work and effort by these athletes, coaches, and families to make these accomplishments possible were celebrated and honored. A special thanks goes to AD Jeff Burch for organizing this special event to honor our Centennial athletic community. Below is a list of athletes, coaches, and parents who were recipients of an award for their performances on and off the field in 2018 and 2019.

State Champions Girls Swim/Dive
Alexis Bender          Venla Harrokonen
Gabby Born             Carina Herrera
Lizzy Buchanan       Allee Howard
Sarah Buchanan     Elena Jerkovic
Hannah Collerette   Tessa Sergile
Taylor Davidson       Maddie Singletary
Elly Deas                 Anna Teodorescu
Taylor Graham         Katharine Ward  

Spring Signings
Colin Kahl – Sewanee: The Univ of the South (Basketball)
Nia Perryman – Montreat College (Track)
Mark Fleming – Univ of Mount Union (Football)

Positive Athlete Georgia Award
Emily McHenry - Lacrosse
Cathryn Gray - Adaptive

Marine Corps Athlete of the Year
Tessa Sergile - Swimming
Camren Landry - Baseball
2019 Coach of the Year
John Domville – Girls Basketball
The Mack Burgess Award - given to Senior Varsity Letter winner with the highest GPA
Tessa Sergile - Swimming
Austen Hensel - Lacrosse

Female Athlete of the Year
Elly Deas - Swimming
Male Athlete of the Year
Max Brosmer - football
Chivalry Scholarship - $2,000 scholarship awarded by the booster club to a male and female athlete
Isabelle DuPlessis – Soccer, Cross Country
Zach Armbruster - Tennis
All Excalibur Winners for 2018-19

Football             Max Brosmer
Cheer                Madison Bryant
Softball              Anna Cullpepper
Volleyball           Julia Horras
Cross Country   Grace Truax                  Artin Razavi
Basketball          Aerial Nathan               Brady Emich
Wrestling           Matt Willbanks
Swim/Dive         Sarah Buchanan           Derek Rehberger
Baseball            Camren Landry
Soccer               Maddie Pfeifer              Denilson Silva
Track                 Nia Perryman                Grant Blevins
Lacrosse           Libby Wehr                    Kaleb Bang
Tennis               Jordan Alexis                 Zach Armbruster
Golf                   Drew Colson
Gymnastics       Caroline Williams

Overall Excalibur Award
Grace Truax – Cross Country, Track
Jonathan Cannon – Baseball

Booster Excalibur Award
Judy Bergman – Tennis, Swim/Dive, Lacrosse
Howard Janis – Baseball
Troy Landry - Baseball

Cathryn Gray Wins 3 State Championships in GHSA Track and Field!!  

Centennial Junior Cathryn Gray is STATE CHAMPION 3 times over!! She took 1st place in the discus, shot put and 100m in the Adapted Girls division.  Her combined total points earned Centennial the ADAPTED DIVISION STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!! Cathryn, on her own, beat out all of the other TEAMS in the state!! Truly unbelievable, Cathryn! This is the 2nd state title for Centennial this year.  GO KNIGHTS!!

Centennial’s First Annual Student Job Fair  

Centennial PTSA in partnership with the CTE department held a job fair on May 9 and 10.  Over 30 companies committed to being available to meet with students during lunches and share information about positions from summer work to internships to full time work for seniors who plan to move into the workforce right after graduation.  Students checked out information, filled out applications over lunch and shared their resumes. Several students visited the Learning Commons to print resumes before touring the job fair.  The employers represented a diverse group from Tide Cleaners to Piedmont Urgent Care.  The students were complimented on their professionalism and several were offered jobs.  Fulton Schools Board Vice-President Julia Bernath stopped by and interviewed some of the employers, and Dr. Newbold received plenty of positive feedback about the opportunities for students and employers through this event.  One employer thought finding one good employee would make the day but left with four good prospects.  An underclassman visited three tables and she was offered two jobs.  Thank you to all who were involved in making this event happen.

Nathan Jacobi Wins Advocacy Scholarship  

Centennial Senior Nathan Jacobi was awarded a $1000 Sally FitzGerald Scholarship for showing high academic standards as well as leadership in the school and community.  A large part of winning the scholarship is based on the essay portion describing a time when the student acted as an advocate.   Nathan will attend the UGA Honors College next year, and plans to major in an engineering field, political science or data science. He also plans to participate in the Redcoat marching band at UGA. Nathan will use the scholarship money for academic opportunities offered at UGA such as studying abroad.


Centennial HOSA Students Recognized by School Board  

Seniors Karis Wang and Alexandra Chapman were recognized at the FCS Board of Education meeting last week for their first and second place finishes in the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) state competition.  Karis competed in the extemporaneous Health poster competition and placed first while Alexandra place second in the extemporaneous writing contest. Next, they will move onto HOSA Internationals in Orlando FL in June. Good luck and Go Knights!


CHS Visual Arts  

Junior, Tarina Beavers’ artwork was selected to participate in the Metro Atlanta area exhibition “Awoken” to be held at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights as part of their Social Justice Series.
Vivian Cannella, Junior and Amber Vann, Sophomore have been selected to exhibit at the High Museum’s Youth Art Exhibition this summer. The opening reception is June 9th and the works will be on display through the end of July.

For more information, please contact Ms. Turner at

Tarina Beavers                                            Vivian Cannella


Amber Vann

The Centennial Makerspace – The SPaCE  

The SPaCE held their 2nd Annual SPaCE Expo on May1st.  The students showcased their designs and creations from the school year. Some of the work included were indoor garden, potato powered battery, up cycled street wear, plus more.  

For additional information, please contact Ms. Heath at


Centennial Summer Baseball Camp June 17 - 19  

Coach Matt McCarthy and the Centennial Knights baseball staff and players would like to invite you to attend the 2nd Annual Knights Baseball Camp 6/17-6/16. All facilities of our baseball field (field, indoor/outdoor batting cages, bullpens and all softball facilities will be used).

Please email for more information or if you have any questions.

CBI Happenings!!  

The CBI students have been rocking out the school year with their annual Talent Show and CBI/Peer Facilitator cookout. We love to let our PF's know how much we love and appreciate them!

PTSA has purchased several things for Coffee Island to help set a more "island-y" mood. We will be working on it more over the summer. Make sure that you check us out next school year!

Centennial Hosts North Fulton Special Olympics   

Centennial High School hosted Special Olympians from across North Fulton County last week. Athletes from Kindergarten through 12th grade and beyond were joined by student and adult volunteers and countless teachers and coaches to help make the event special. Centennial had a starring role in the opening ceremonies with Ryan completing the running of the torch, Mika singing an amazing rendition of the National Anthem, and Nia and Alexandria kicking off the games for the day. The spirit of the Special Olympics (“Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt”) was evident in all the athletes. Even Fulton Schools Board of Education Vice-President Julia Bernath visited the event for her monthly video – make sure that you check it out.


Centennial FBLA  

Centennial students Rane Hill (FBLA President) and Noah Hill (FBLA Member) worked at the March of Dimes March for Babies at the Ameris Amphitheatre.  The FBLA students also raised money selling Yankee Candles, chicken biscuits and candy to earn the $300 that they were able to donate to the March of Dimes organization. 

Now, FBLA is collecting peanut butter for a local community food bank in Roswell.  
Understanding that many students rely on school lunches and breakfasts as a major source for food, FBLA has undertaken the collection of a food source (peanut butter) that can be donated to families in need.  They have collected well over 100 jars in the last two weeks. These are examples of several service projects supported by this group, which is why Centennial FBLA has won the prestigious Gold Award for the second year in a row.  Way to go Knights!

Hosting Exchange Students

Centennial Governance Council RFF: Exam Style EOC Test Days  

Thanks to everyone who worked to make the first time use of an exam style schedule for the EOC testing successful.  In previous years, EOC exams have taken at least twice as many days to complete with classes for students not taking the exams ranging anywhere from 20 minutes to four hours depending on the day and the period.  This year’s schedule allowed Centennial to complete the testing in five days with much less disruption to the schedule.  Buses efficiently picked up students at their regular time and mid-morning and the afternoon classes moved smoothly.  

All of this was accomplished through the efforts of the Centennial School Governance Council (SGC) following the Request for Flexibility (RFF) process and the use of Flexible Funding money allocated to charter system schools.  If you have any comments on the EOC schedule or thoughts about waivers that you think would benefit the school and its students, please contact the SGC Chair Diane Jacobi ( to share your ideas.

Centennial School Governance Council Election Results and Funding  

SGC would like to congratulate parent representatives Amy Hastings and Anne Johnson as well as teacher representative Zack Kroll for their elections to Centennial's School Governance Council!  They will begin their 2-year terms in July 2019.   We appreciate their desire to serve and look forward to their participation on our council this fall!

In addition, as part of the Fulton County Schools Charter System, Centennial received charter system funds for distribution within our school content areas and programs. The distribution of these funds is tied to the objectives set in our Strategic Plan and they are intended to supplement areas of need as well as give our students access to new and innovative learning tools.  So far this year, funds have been used to pay for the cost of the mid-morning bus run during End of Course testing to facilitate student achievement.  The balance is approximately $100,000.  However, the Fulton County Board of Education voted earlier this year to allow 100% of these funds to be carried over to the next budget year.  The SGC will be holding a work session on May 21 to discuss the best ways to use this money.  If you have any thoughts about waivers, programs or capital improvements that you think would benefit the school and its students, please contact the SGC Chair Diane Jacobi ( to share your ideas.

Text 4 Help  

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.  

  • Julia Bernath - Wednesday,June 12, 9:30 AM at North Learning Center

School Board Votes to Appoint Dr. Mike Looney New Superintendent  

The Board of Education is very excited to announce Dr. Michael “Mike” Looney as the new Superintendent.

Serving as a superintendent for 14 years, ten at his current district, Dr. Looney has a proven track record in student achievement and leadership.  Dr. Looney served in the U.S. Marine Corps before starting his career in education as a substitute teacher.  He has since developed experience as a teacher, principal, assistant superintendent, and holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership.  In 2015, Looney was named Tennessee Superintendent of the Year by his peers.  The Board closely reviewed his qualifications and experience, which line up well with the key elements necessary for leading our schools and preparing all students to graduate and succeed on their chosen path.  These attributes were the top ones named on the community survey. CEO and teaching/learning (academic experience) were the two highest priorities noted for the new superintendent’s experience.  Leadership and communication (listening skills) were the top two personal attributes.

Innovation Academy  

Fulton County Schools Wants Your Input on Strategic Plan 2022  

Fulton County School District is committed to supporting people and culture as an important pillar of the Strategic Plan 2022.  At the end of each school year, they want to ask families and staff how they are doing.  Your feedback will also help to identify possible next steps needed to meet FCS goals.

Please take this 10-minute survey via the link provided below.  Your responses will be reported anonymously.

The survey will continue to be open through Friday, May 17, 2019.  We thank you in advance for your important feedback.

Please click 

Purpose + Generosity = Purposity  

Purposity, an app that will connect Fulton students in need with people in the community who can help, launched in Fulton County Schools (FCS) last month. When a student in our community has a need – clothes, school supplies, etc. – the community can help quickly right from our cell phones. Over 850 people associated with FCS are currently registered and 65 needs have been met. Download the app today! 

We are Excellent!  

Centennial High School is currently a PTA National School of Excellence having been recognized for our strong work supporting the PTA National Standards for Family-School Partnerships for the 2016-2018 school years.  As we continue to offer valuable programs and events to our families, we would like to be recognized again for the work that we are doing. To achieve that we need your help.  The next step in the process is to survey (en espanol) the school community.  Please complete the quick 20 question multiple choice survey before May 22 and help us make sure that we continue to offer the best that we can for our students and families.  Thank you!

Click here for survey in English

Click here for survey in Spanish

Understanding Standardized Testing  

The North Fulton Council School of PTA School of Information on May 15 will host Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning, Amy Barger, to talk about standardized testing in schools at all levels.  The program will start at 9:00 with networking and Ms. Barger will speak at approximately 9:45.  

Georgia PTA Conference

Consider attending the state PTA conference also known as Convention Leadership Training (CLT).  The June 7-8 event will be held at North Atlanta High School.  There are tons of workshops and seminars put on in a variety of formats.  There is a hall of vendors where you can get great ideas on everything from fundraisers and ways to jazz up your PTA look to materials from the Georgia Department of Driver Services.  Click on these links for information on training and presentations and online registration.  See you there!!

3 Ways to Manage Anger  

EAnger can be defined as a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility. It is a basic human emotion that we all have but, we must learn to manage it effectively. Therefore, here are three ways to manage anger.

Know your triggers. Often there are specific things that can make us angry automatically. The anger emotion can be stimulated by a person, place, situation, or a thing. Being able to identify the triggers that stimulate your anger is a crucial part of anger management. Take time to explore the things that trigger you and you can begin to consider ways to reduce your anger. 

Know your body. Anger is an emotion that tends to start out small and increasingly grows to a higher level. Initially you may be upset or irritated, but then you eventually become angry as things continue to annoy you. When you do become angry, there are normally signs that your body gives you as a warning. Some of those signs may include; heavy breathing, raised voice (yelling), crying, throwing things, shaky or sweaty hands, and so much more. Identify the signs that your body gives you to help you know when your angry, so you can better manage it. 

Have healthy coping skills. Healthy coping strategies are the positive ways that we deal with the anger emotion. Unfortunately, we also can adopt some unhealthy coping strategies that may feel good but are not as effective. Healthy coping skills include: taking a timeout, deep breathing, exercise, talking about the problem, and seeking professional help. Figuring out how to handle your anger will help you to be a healthier person.

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 for more information.  Or visit our website at  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: 
  • 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 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 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!"

Want More Information? everything PTSA and more! - Very valuable counseling office information including: college, financial aid and scholarships; test prep; graduation requirements; class scheduling; parent nights and much more. Official Centennial Athletics Website - Official Centennial High School Website. – Centennial Student Newspaper - Centennial PTSA Facebook Page

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