Transferring Programs

Given that we are re-opening the school to in-person learning soon, the district is making it possible for families to either move TO SPSOnline (if they are not comfortable sending their students back to school yet) or FROM SPSOnline.

Please note that if your students are currently learning remotely through our Centennial program (as opposed to SPSOnline), there is nothing else you need to do. Just watch your email for more information about returning to school.

The deadline to request this change is this Friday, Jan. 29. Otherwise, your next opportunity to switch from one program to the other will be March 19 (the last day of the trimester).

  • To move TO SPSOnline: Use the regular transfer form – English / español
  • To move TO Centennial in-person learning (grades K-3): Use this form – English / español
Please return the forms to the district office, and please CC Miss Deb.

Please know that families wishing to return to in-person learning will be transferred at the earliest possible opportunity based on space availability and staffing, but families may initially be placed on a waitlist.

Returning families will also be asked to confirm their contact information upon re-entry to our program.
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Return to Centennial!


Can't MaskWe are very excited to announce that we will soon be welcoming our Blue Jays back to the Centennial campus! Based on the updated infection rate metrics released Tuesday,  SPS will begin to safely phase in face-to-face instruction. We saw last fall – during the first week of school – that our buildings are capable of safely bringing students together for in-person instruction, and we’re confident those practices will still hold true.

Beginning, Thursday, February 4, SPS will bring Kindergarten and 1st grade students back to buildings four days a week. Additional grades through 3rd will be added the following week to allow our systems and students the time to adjust to new schedules. Upon successful integration of K-3 students, we will look to expand in-person offerings to our remaining students in grades 4 – 12.

We will be sharing more information as time goes on so please continue to check this site!

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Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Just a reminder that Monday, January 18, is a no-school day in celebration of Dr. King’s birthday.

Families can find some suggested activities here.

Students can learn about Dr. King in this great slideshow from our librarian, Ms. Phillips. Click on the image to open the slideshow, then click on any of the icons to access information, readalouds and art activities about Dr. King and his legacy.

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Congrats to Our January Super Students!

We are so proud of this month’s Super Students: Zae’lyn, Baylee, Erik, Catalina, Emilie, Bryanna, Shamya, Melina, Kyrene, Jayden, Delilah, Jedediah, Isabella, Kotah, Emma, Elena, Cade, Kimberly, Riley, Yoselin, Laeya, Aeson, Nevaeh, and Oliver! These students were acknowledged for their positive attitudes, work ethics, focus, kindness and overall effort. We are so proud of ALL our Blue Jays for showing up and doing their best even when things aren’t always the way we want them to be!JanSupStud

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Join Us for Mrs. Wagner’s Holiday Sing-a-Long!

Check your messages from your teacher for how to join in this super fun sing-a-long with our amazing music teacher, Mrs. Wagner! (Please note: If you’re having trouble viewing the videos, try enabling cookies or viewing in Private Mode (on iPads)].

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