Exciting news! No school for students tomorrow, October 20th 2023.
Our quarter ends next Wednesday, October 25 and virtual report cards will be sent out next Friday October 27. Please plan to review these with your student.
Remember, your student's attendance is crucial, and we encourage all students to stay on top of their academic requirements. Let's finish the quarter strong and keep up the great work!
If you have any questions feel free to reach out to Mr. Clausen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
September Student of the Month
Winter Sports Announcements!
There will be a winter sports parent meeting on October 25th at 6:00pm in the auditorium. Winter sports schedules will be completed at that time.
Winter sports pictures are currently scheduled for November 16th after school in the gym. Please reach out to Mr. Gary Davis email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
Financial Aid 101 Presentation
I Know I Can will be hosting a FAFSA session with a representative from Capital University on Tuesday, November 14th at 6pm. They will be discussing the financial aid process, addressing changes to this year’s FAFSA and answering questions during the Q&A session. Feel free to reach out to Anna Bassett with any concerns firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall Panorama Survey is HERE
The survey window is now open through October 30. Know that your participation and answers cannot be identified personally, and the input is used to determine how the district can better meet community needs in the future. Your input is valuable, and we use your participation to shape our school! We greatly appreciate your participation!
The survey can be found here:
Go to https://surveys.panoramaed.com/ccsoh/fall23family/surveys and select your school from the dropdown menu then click "Take this survey".
If you have more than one child at a school, we only ask you to complete the survey once for that school from the perspective of the oldest child.
Thank you for your participation!
Health News from the Nurse & District
Notes from the Nurse
Centennial High School will be following state mandated health screenings guidelines as we begin the process of health assessments beginning November 1st. These assessments are for 9th and 11th graders include vision and hearing, but may also include dental, height/weight, and blood pressure. If your student wears glasses or contacts, please make sure they bring them (or wear them! even better!) on November 1st and 2nd. All results will be sent home.
Also, School Smiles dental services are coming to Centennial! They offer comprehensive care including cleanings, fluoride treatments, X-Rays, sealants, and restorative care. Sign up at www.schoolsmiles.com/student-signup or by using the QR code....
Consent form is available in many languages!
Call Nurse Blair at (614)365-6611 or email her at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Academic & Graduation Information
Everything You Need To Know About Staying On Track To Graduate
Step 1: Successfully earn credit for 21 courses (4 math, 4 English, 3 Social Studies, 3 Science, 1 Fine Arts, 1 Technology, 1 Adv. SS or Sci, .5 PE, .5 health, 3 general electives) plus 1 credit for 120 internship hours.
Step 2: Demonstrate Competency: By earning certain scores on state or national tests.
Step 3: Show Readiness by earning seals that exemplify your student's expertise in at least 2 academic areas out of a possible of 12.
Contact you school counselor today.
-Student must be passing 5 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA
-Students need to have a file in the Athletic Office:
-A current OHSAA physical
-Emergency Contact Card
-Athletic Participation Form/Consent Agreement
Centennial High School - Contact Information
Assistant Principal: Kay Fields-Battle (Freshman & Seniors)
Assistant Principal: Adam Clausen (Sophomores & Juniors)