20160505_085802_HDROur wonderful principal Mr. Sterling graciously got dressed up this morning by our PTA to celebrate the huge success of the Reading Olympics! The total school minuets read for this fundraiser came to 118,555 which translates to 1,967 hours!! Our amazing students and families raised over $6,200 for our school as well!! Congratulations Centennial Blue Jays!!!


Friends and Family Luncheon Friday April 29th

Tomorrow is our fun annual event where friends and families are welcome to come have lunch with their student(s) in the cafeteria or the gym. Please make sure to check in at the table out front to get your name tag. Everyone that comes into the school MUST have a visible name tag on. Please see the schedule below for your student’s lunch time;


Kindergarten –           Lunch 11:00-11:25      Recess 11:25-11:50

1st and 2nd Grade –      Lunch   11:25- 12:00 Recess 12:00-12:25

3rd Grade –                Lunch 12:00-12:30      Recess 12:30-12:55

4th and 5th Grade –      Lunch  12:30-1:00       Recess  1:00-1:25

Don’t forget to stop by our book fair in room 1 also to pick up that next great novel to get lost in!


Book Fair Excitement

Don’t forget to stop by the Book Fair after school today 2:30-3:15pm in room 1 and it will also be open all day Friday during our Friends and Family Luncheon 9am-3:15pm! Stop by and pick up that next great novel to get lost in!



We are looking for any and all pictures you may have of our wonderful 5th graders from this year only. We are looking for pictures from class parties, field trips, special event, etc. All the pictures we collect will be used to make a wonderful slide show cd to present to the 5th grade students during their celebration at the end of the year. Please send any and all pictures you have to centennial.bluejays.pta@gmail.com


Thank you for all your help


5th grade celebration committee


LCC Spark Academy electrifies young minds with summer programming

LCC Spark Academy electrifies young minds with summer programming day camps in technology and computer arts

Highly-Selective Program Designed to Address Critical Need to Improve Student Success


EUGENE, Ore.— Starting in summer 2016, Lane Community College’s Spark Academy brings technology and arts-focused summer youth programming to Lane’s Downtown Campus in Eugene. Lane recognizes that to grow the sharpest minds of the next generation our youth need quality exposure to STEM and creative arts learning.


Hosted by Lane’s Continuing Education department, the Spark Academy offers June and July summer day camps on computers and coding, 3D game design and digital music. Appropriate for youth ages 10-15 entering fourth through eighth grades, the day camps will teach computer-based skills through fun activities that kids love, like video games and digital world and character development. In addition to tech skills, summer day camps are designed to encourage skill development in collaboration, communication, and problem-solving—all while having fun.


Both half-day and full-day camps begin June 20. These stimulating camps will include Adventures in Minecraft, Digital Music Making, 3D Level Design and more. Of the new venture, Interim Dean of Extended Learning Russ Pierson says, “This is so much more than mere day care for tweens. Spark Academy offers parents a safe and healthy environment for their kids to learn about what they love, all while developing capacity in the virtual-world along with those all-important real-world skills.”


“Coding and computer skills are absolutely essential for the workforce of tomorrow, and Eugene has a growing technology sector offering stable, good-paying jobs. LCC Spark Academy is one way we are supporting the local economy in the future, and our community today. It doesn’t hurt to know that the kids will be having so much fun while gaining these skills!” says Spark Academy Program Coordinator Bliss Newton.


Registration for the camps begins April 18 at [http://.lanecc.edu]ce.lanecc.edu, with early bird pricing April 18 through 30. A limited number of partial scholarships are available, and complete camp and registration information can be found at lanecc.edu/sparkacademy, or by calling (541) 463-6100.

Lane is an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabilities Employer

Media Contact: Joan Aschim, PIO, (541) 463-5591 work, (541) 868-6311 cell, aschimj@lanecc.edu


Spark Academy Staff

Lane Community College Continuing Education

101 W 10th, Eugene




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