Cougar News 9-21-18

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Centennial High School

Cougar News    

September 21, 2018

Please do not reply to this email. Contact us by email at: miden@isd12.org

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Homecoming 101

 Days of the week: 

  • Monday: 
  • America (costume appropriate hats allowed)
  • Tuesday:
  • Tacky Tourist (costume appropriate hats allowed)
  • Wednesday:
  • Jersey
  • Thursday:   
  • Camo Day
  • 9, 10 & 11th wear Camo
  • Seniors wear blaze orange
  • Hats can be worn if part of outfit
  • Friday:  
  • Spirit Day
  • NHS class headbands are allowed today
  • Hats can be worn if part of outfit
  • National Honor Society Headbands on sale during LEAP/Lunch in both cafeterias Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, for $1 each.  
  • Events Of The Week
  • Thursday:  
  • Bonfire 8-10pm – FREE – Bring your Student ID – Behind the west building
  • Friday: 
  • Tailgating Breakfast for seniors 7am
  • Senior "2019" outdoor photo at 7:45am at the football stadium
  • Pep-fest during school at 2:09pm in the west gym
  • Pep fest dismissed by PA announcement
  • Parade 4:15pm, line up in the arena lot, new route is Pine Dr to East Rd to Center to North Rd and ends back in the arena lot.

          Football game at 7:00pm Vs. Osseo. The cost for students is $6. You can buy your ticket in LEAP/lunches Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in both cafeterias. Buy early and avoid the long lines that night.

           Adult football game tickets will be on sale Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the west office, cost is $8.

  • Saturday:  Dance from 8PM to 11:30PM in the west gym.  Cost is $7 in advance.  Buy your tickets during LEAP/lunches next week or pay $10 at the door.  Enter from the west gym entrance in the back of the school. 
  • Concessions and ice cream will be sold.
  • Bring your school ID.  If you are bringing a guest from another school, you must fill out a permission form and must get it signed by both school principals before the dance!  Forms can be found in either office.  (PLAN AHEAD FOR THIS). 
  • The school’s dress code will be enforced this evening.  The dance is semi-formal.  This means a dress or nice pair of pants and a nice shirt; you may want to wear a tie.  No dress shoes are allowed in the gym – NO HATS.  You may check your shoes and other belongings at the free adult run coat check.  You may wear tennis shoes, flip flops, or just socks into the gym and NO HATS. 
  •      Socks or shoes must be worn at all times due to health department regulations.  PLEASE bring a pair of socks or flip flops if you plan to take your shoes off.
  •      Coat check:  It is free….use it.  You may check your purse, hats and shoes. Adults run this and it is safe to leave valuables.

Important Class of 2019 Info

Class of 2019 - Important information

June 08, 2019

Senior Pictures for the Yearbook - Last chance - this session is free

You MUST have your senior picture taken at David Bank Studios in order to get it in the yearbook.

Wednesday, October 3rd

PAC lobby - during LEAP 10:53-11:53am

 

The Graduation Ceremony - Class of 2019

Saturday, June 8th  5PM

Roy Wilkins Auditorium, Xcel Center, St. Paul, Minnesota

**There are no tickets needed for the graduation ceremony.  All are welcome to attend.**

Important information/timelines will be posted here - please check here often throughout the year.


    YEARBOOK NEWS

    Yearbook’s September special sales offer will end the 28th.  Online order links are on the CHS web page, or bring in the order form to either office.

    2019 YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW!

    2019 CHS yearbooks can be purchased in two ways:

    Order online:  ONLINE YEARBOOK ORDER

    Drop off completed order form with cash or check (payable to CHS) to either office.  * Don't forget to include tax! 

    YEARBOOK ORDER FORM

    Order forms can also be found in either office.

    Important Information for Seniors:

    September 28:  Class photo @ 7:45am - meet behind stadium press box

    October 3:  Last chance senior photo for yearbook @ 11:23-11:53am - PAC Lobby

    Baby Ad forms can be picked up in either office.


    Career Center News

    College Planning Night – Tuesday, September 25, 2018  7:00pm in the PAC

    Parents and students of any grade level are welcome to attend.  Reservations are not necessary.  A guest panel of speakers representing Private Colleges, the U of M system, the UW system, North Dakota State Colleges, Community/Technical Colleges, and the  MN State College and University systems will talk about the differences between types of colleges.  Additional topics include researching/selecting colleges using the Naviance Student program, college entrance exams, college requirements, college visits, the application process and more.

    UW Stout On Site Admissions Day – Tuesday, October 9, 2018 West Learning Commons

    Seniors who wish to apply to UW Stout can submit their application, $50 application fee, and transcripts to receive an “on the spot” admissions decision all within the school day at CHS.  Sign up with Ms. Erzberger in W411.

    October is College Knowledge Month

    The goal of College Knowledge Month is to provide every graduating high school senior with the preparation, opportunity, and support needed to apply to college with additional emphasis on creating opportunities for first-generation, low-income and underrepresented populations of our student body.  Various events will be held throughout the month of October.   Click here for details.

    EXPLORING is an unique career exploration program for young men and women ages 10-20.  The program provides students with an opportunity to learn about a wide variety of career fields and network with professionals already working in those fields.  You get hands-on experience to determine whether or not a particular career field is right for you.  More information can be found at www.exploring.org/youth-benefits/

    Invite to join the Medtronic Biomedical Exploring Post can be found here


    Ski/Snowboarding Club

    Centennial High School Ski/Snowboard Club is gearing up for the slopes, and we are excited for another fun, snow-filled winter. Participants and parents please read through the enclosed registration rules and regulations carefully.

    The following trips have been scheduled for the 2018-2019 season:

    Saturday, December 8    Wild Mountain

    Saturday, January 12    Trollhaugen

    Saturday, January 19        Afton Alps

    Saturday, February 2    Spirit Mountain

    Saturday, February 16    Wild Mountain

      *If a trip is cancelled due to weather, make-up date is February 23.

    Registration:

    Registration form and payment are due by December 3, 2018

    Register at isd12.feepay.com If unable to access feepay, submit paper forms to Mr. Haag (E223). Registration will be taken on a first come first served basis, as long as there is space available on busses. Students should plan to attend the following Ski Club meeting in order to participate: November 4, 2018 in room # 223 LEAP A&B. If you cannot make the meeting, you will need to contact Mr. Haag (E223).

    Fees:

    Registration fee for CHS Ski/Board Club is - $185.00 for 5 trips.  We want as many students as possible to enjoy this fun activity.  This fee includes transportation, lift ticket, chaperones and insurance (with RDM Agency).  Membership is not transferable.  Students needing rental equipment will be responsible for paying for their own rental fees at the ski resort.  Ski and snowboard rental packages are $21 at Wild Mountain, $20 at Trollhaugen, $25 at Afton. Spirit Mountain ski rental is $15 and board rental is $20.  The rental fees for Spirit Mtn. are expected to be paid to Mr. Haag the Friday before that trip.

    Sincerely,

    Andy Haag

    Centennial High School

    World Literature and Composition

    English 10

    Ski/Board Club Advisor

    ahaag@isd12.org

    763-792-5253


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    Upcoming Dates

     Sept 24-29 - HOMECOMING 2018

    October 1 - No School for Students 

    October 18 & 19 - No School 

     

    View Full Calendar


    District News

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    Welcome to the Digital Backpack, the district’s central posting place for community flyers.  If you have questions regarding these programs, please contact the organizations directly. 

    Click HERE to browse the Digital Backpack.


    REFERENDUM 2018
    Centennial Schools is conducting a referendum on Tuesday, November 6, with two ballot questions—an operational levy to maintain programs and services in our schools and a bond to help ensure safety for students and staff, update aging facilities and technology. You can learn more about the referendum and these two questions online.

    EARLY VOTING
    In Minnesota, you can vote early with an absentee ballot starting on Friday, September 21. Learn more about early voting at online.

    Bullying Tip Line

    The District strives to give its students the best academic experience and addresses their social and emotional needs.

    A dedicated phone line has been established for your school so families and students can report bullying incidents. Students and families can contact school administrators about bullying issues confidentially with no fear of retaliation or embarrassment that they might feel talking in person.

    Parents and students can leave a message regarding a bullying incident at 763.792.5096.

    Note:

    This phone line is not a replacement for emergency services and will be monitored weekdays, during regular school hours.

    Talk with your child. They can do something to help if they witness (or experience) a bullying incident.

    The phone line is an enhancement of the District’s existing policies and procedures already in effect for anti-bullying efforts. The bullying prohibition policy #514 can be found online.  

    If you have questions, please contact Principal Tom Breuning.

    Drivers Education Info

    The next Driver Education 30-hour Classroom session is starting on September 19th, classes meet from 4-7:05 pm in the HS/west bldg. Cost is $120. Space is still available.  To register, go online to isd12.org/community-education, call Community Education at 763-792-6100, or stop by our office, just past the 700 wing. 

     

    Is the format so that a link will work?  If so, here is the actual registration link that could be used instead of the shorter general CE link I used for the slide on the TV.

    https://isd12.ce.eleyo.com/course/1733/fall-2018/driver-education-classroom-ages-14-1-2-and-older