The Centennial Weekly
Volume 12, Issue 13, October 22nd, 2021
Centennial High School
Senior Graduation Meeting with Jostens
Help with Stopping the Vandalism
Crisis Counselor's Corner
This month in BISD, we will be focusing on drug and alcohol use prevention. One of the ways in which we will do this is through our district Take Care Thursdays. Take Care Thursdays is a social emotional learning lesson presented the first Thursday of every month. Our lesson is taken from naturalhigh.org, and the students will have 3 different storytellers to choose from and learn how they were able to avoid the pitfalls of drugs and alcohol. Students will be encouraged to find their “natural high” and pursue this instead of drugs/alcohol. Red Ribbon Week also takes place later this month. If you are interested in learning more, consider visiting these websites:
SAMHSA’s National Helpline:
SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
If you have any questions, or would like to speak further about this or any other topic, please follow the contact information below.
Christine Massey-Student Support Counselor
Spartan Senior Celebration Information
CHS Senior Spartans 2022 Bonfire – Saturday, November 13th (6 p.m. – 10 p.m.)
M7 Arena, 8001 FM-3136, Alvarado, TX 76009
Food, Music, and Games…
The T-Shirt/ticket combo available through October 30, 2021, and the ticket only option will continue to be available. Please use the square link to purchase tickets.https://centennial-high-school-senior-celebration-2022.square.site/
Electronic Cigarettes and Tobacco Products
Along with being against the law, the products have been shown to lead to possible health issues. Our main priority is to keep students as safe as possible while at school. In doing so, we will be vigilant in dealing with students in possession.
CHS is a drug, alcohol, and tobacco free zone.
Yearbook Information for Seniors
1. In order to be featured on the portrait pages of the yearbook, seniors MUST have their photo taken by Glamourcraft. The session is free, but you must book an appointment. These sessions book up quickly and they are limited due to COVID restrictions. You can book online at Glamourcraft or call (817) 292-8989. Photos must be taken by November 12th.
2. Senior Quotes are due by November 5th. There is no fee to have a senior quote in the yearbook, but students must fill out a Google Form that will be sent to them in their email. We must have 80% of the senior class participate in order to print the quotes in the yearbook. Quotes are given on a first come, first serve basis, so the quicker they submit the more likely they are to get what they want. Encourage them to take care of this as soon as the form is sent out.
3. If you would like to purchase a Senior Ad, you can do so online at balfour.com or by sending information to Mrs. Miller (email@example.com). All payments are due by November 12th. If you are creating the ad yourself, completed content is due on December 3rd. If you would like the Yearbook Staff to create your ad, all photos and information is due by November 12th. Here is the Senior Ad Form.
4. Obviously you don't want to do all this and then not purchase a yearbook! They are currently the cheapest they will ever be ($75) right now. Go to balfour.com to purchase your copy of your senior memories for this year.
Students of The Month
Bailey Stone is 15 and a Sophomore at Centennial High School. Her parents are Megan and Trent Williams and James Stone. She enjoys Sparklers. Mrs. Baker states, "Bailey works really hard and completes all of her work. When she has questions, she asks, and if she doesn't do well on something, she makes the effort to redo the assignment for a better grade. She's a great student and person!"
Kendall Lawrence is 16 and a Junior at Centennial High School. His parents are Nicole and Kevin Lawrence. He enjoys Basketball. Mrs. Uranga states, "Kendall is an exceptional young gentleman. It is just the beginning of the year and he has already made such a great impression. He is respectful and intelligent, thoughtful and caring. He carries himself with immense maturity and is always excited and prepared for class."
Teacher of the Month
Click here to purchase tickets for all BISD athletic events. All sales will be online. No cash will be accepted at the gate.
Click here to find important information and dates specifically for the Class of 2022.
On campus students who are late to class will be instructed to go to a tardy computer, 6 locations throughout the building, and either scan their ID or enter in their ID number. A tardy pass will immediately print and will be their pass to class.
Click here to find the tutorial schedule for teachers for the 2021-2022 school year.
Click the button to request a Verification of Enrollment Form (VOE). This form is required to get a driver's permit or driver's license.
Click the button for information from the College Access Specialist, Mr. Jason Hahn.
Click the button for information about Crimestoppers and/or Friends for Life. Students are encouraged to report information that is criminal, threatening, inappropriate, or potentially harmful. This is an anonymous reporting system.
Click the button for information on Spartan Senior Celebration prizes.
Click the button for information on how to contact CHS Administration and/or House Offices.