Cougar News 10-5-18

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Centennial High School

Cougar News    

October 5, 2018

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Winter Activities Registration


Winter Activities FeePay Registration Opens On:

October 8, 2018:

Girls Hockey

Winter Dance Team


October 29, 2018:

Alpine Ski for both Boys and Girls

Boys and Girls Adapted Floor Hockey

Basketball for both Boys and Girls

Boys Hockey

Boys Swim/Dive

Girls Gymnastics

Winter Dance Team


Stay tuned for dates of registration for these Activities:

Ski/Snow Board  Club

Knowledge Bowl

Mock Trial

One-Act Play



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.



    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! 


    Order forms can also be found in either office.

    Important Information for Seniors:

    *Senior baby ad online registration for parents of seniors.



    Career Center News

    Students and parents are welcome to use the resources in the Career Center at Centennial High School.  The Career Center is currently open school days, Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. in W411.  The Career Center is also open one evening a month.  Parents as well as students can come to the Career Center to check out college catalogs, use the Internet and Web based searches to find college information, take on-line career interest surveys, research career choices, check out books on career choices, and pick up information for the ACT, SAT, PSAT, financial aid and scholarships.  The Career Center also has a job posting board and information regarding resume writing and interviewing tips.

    Career Center News – click here

    Leslye Erzberger, Career Center Specialist
    763-792-5089 or (link sends e-mail)

    Infinate Campus Apps - Updates

     Infinite Campus recently released two new and improved mobile apps:  Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download the free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.  More information on the apps can be found through this link

    If you are using the old Infinite Campus app, please download the new app. The old app will no longer be supported.

    American Indian Education Family Potluck

    Fall Gathering

    Halloween Hustle 5K (all ages)

    The whole family can join in on this fun run event benefitting the Centennial School District and the Centennial Alumni Scholarship Fund.  Run or walk the scenic trails in your best costume.  Additional alumni activities will take place after the run.  Participants registered by Oct. 16 will receive a long sleeve t-shirt.  The Halloween Hustle is held Oct. 27 at Chomonix Golf Course. 

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    Senior All Night Party Info

    The Senior all night party committee needs your help! It’s time to start planning this year’s Senior All Night Party! We’ve got a lot to do!

    The Senior All Night Party has become a wonderful tradition (35+ years) given by the parents/guardians of seniors on the evening of their graduation ceremony. The party provides your graduate a safe, fun-filled, memorable finale to their high school days.

    Typically, the party includes activities such as a casino, hypnotist, caricaturist, photo booth, volleyball, music, bingo, food, prizes and so much more.

    This is a big event and takes a whole year to plan and lots of hands to make it happen. We need as many volunteers as soon as possible to kick start our fundraising and donation efforts.


    •Signup for our mailing list by emailing us at, so you can get the latest news (such as fundraising opportunities, volunteer needs, deadlines, etc. we can’t always fit everything into the Cougar News)

    •Find us on Facebook: /CHSSANP, on Twitter @CHS_SANP, on Instagram: /centennialsanp or our website at

    •Email us with any questions or if you’d like to be involved or chair one of our committees:

    •Let us know of any contacts you may have for special discounts or donation prizes or fundraising opportunities.

    •Purchase your students ticket online at

    Thank you for your support in helping this party be a memorable event for our Class of 2019 graduates! Watch Cougar News for upcoming information and be sure to join our mailing list!

    P.S. We encourage Junior Class Parents to a part of the planning—it will help you with your student’s All Night Party in 2020!

    Upcoming Dates

    October 18 & 19 - No School 

    Nov 1 - Two hour late start for students

    Nov 13 & 15th - Conferences at CHS 4:15-8pm

    Nov 22 & 23rd - No School Students & Staff

    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.

    Learn More about Anxiety through Screening of Documentary
    IndieFlix, a leading independent online streaming platform, along with its non-profit arm, the IndieFlix Foundation, is sparking a global conversation about anxiety through screenings of its brand-new documentary, Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety”.  Centennial’s Student Services and Anoka County are co-hosting a special screening of the documentary on October 9, 6:30pm-8:30pm, at the Centennial High School Learning Commons, 4757 North Road (Door C1) to open up a dialogue between local families, community leaders and experts. The event will feature a viewing of the 56-minute film, followed by an informative panel discussion. Programming is for students, grades 6-12 and their families. No RSVP needed.


    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.

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

    Hall of Fame Class of 2018
    Congratulations to two members of the Centennial community who were inducted into the Hall of Fame on Friday, September 28 as part of the homecoming festivities. Deb Kline (’78) is the recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award; Phyllis Hitchcock is the recipient of a Distinguished Service award for service from 1977-2017. Learn more about the Hall of Fame or nominate someone for the Class of 2019 at