• April 24, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/24/2019

    Attention 6th and 7th graders interested in running for student council: there will be a kick off meeting in Mr Baker’s room (room 5) on Friday. On Friday, if you’re interested, check in with your advisory teacher and come to room 5.

     

    We still have yearbooks available for sale. They are $25 and can be purchased in the bookkeeping office or online. Yearbooks will be handed out at the end of the school year.

     

    Garden Club’s Annual Spring Plant Sale:

    Is your green thumb itchin’ to get a plantin’? Are you looking for that perfect Mother’s Day gift? Well, Lowell Scott Middle School Garden Club has just the right prescription to scratch that itch or brighten up mom’s day. The Garden Club will be having its Annual Plant Sale May 6-10 after school, by the Greenhouse from 2:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Items for sale include flowers, vegetables, herbs and Idaho native plants.

    Three-inch pots will sell for $2.00 or three for $5. Six-inch pots will go for $3.00. Get your green on! Planting can be a tree-mendous experience! Come out to support our future gardeners and our efforts to spread native pollinator plants throughout the Treasure Valley.

     

    There will be 2 sessions of Driver’s Education for the summer of 2019 

    • Session 1 will be June 3rd– June 28th with classes held at Mtn View HS and Centennial HS. 
    • Session 2 will be July 8th– Aug 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High  

    Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 25th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/student tab. Flyers will be available in the office. 

     

     

    Reminder for students:

    Dress code – as weather gets warmer remember that

    1. Shorts and skirts must be mid-thigh
    2. No holes in clothing above mid-thigh
    3. Sleeveless shirts are ok, but no tanks, or strappy tops.

    Violations may affect year end activities. If in doubt, ask a teacher,

     

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  • April 23, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/23/2019

    Our Special education department is looking for students who are interested in being a paid peer tutor during ESY (extended school year.) Students who are interested must be 13 years old by June 1, 2019.  This is a great first job for many students who may want to be teachers or counselors in the future. Applications are in the front office. The due date for applications is Friday, May 3.

     

    Centennial is hosting a theater camp for middle school students May 3rd & 4th in the CHS Little Theater. They will be putting together 10-minute plays, decorating t-shirts, playing games and more.  If you are interested in the fast-approaching opportunity, pick up a flyer in the office.

     

    Centennial High School's NHS is hosting our annual Make-A-Wish Dodge Ball Tournament on Tuesday, April 23. We are going to have an ice cream social at 6:00 where everyone can get yummy treats and socialize. The dodge ball tournament starts at 7:00 in the main gym at Centennial High School. Tickets are $2.00 at the door. Audience members are eligible to receive prizes throughout the event and our Make-A-Wish kid Maddie will be there!

     

    Attention 8th graders attending Centennial High School next year! Are you interested in joining an award-winning and unique fall activity? Would you like to perform alongside 100 other people in front of huge, cheering crowds? Consider joining the CHS Colorguard! This team performs with the marching band at halftime shows and competitions throughout the fall. Please attend our workshops at the Centennial Band Room on Tuesday, April 23rd and Tuesday, April 30th from 3:30-5:00. See the posters around your school for more information. Please email Mrs. Brittany Brings, band director at Centennial, with any questions, and come join this great team!

     

    We still have yearbooks available for sale. They are $25 and can be purchased in the bookkeeping office or online. Yearbooks will be handed out at the end of the school year.

     

    Attention 6th and 7th graders interested in running for student council: there will be a kick off meeting in Mr Baker’s room (room 5) on Friday. So on Friday, if you’re interested, check in with your advisory teacher and come to room 5.

     

    Due to noon release today, there is no track or tennis practice today. Practice and matches will resume on Wednesday after school. 

     

     

     

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  • April 22, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/22/2019

    Centennial is hosting a theater camp for middle school students May 3rd & 4th in the CHS Little Theater. They will be putting together 10-minute plays, decorating t-shirts, playing games and more.  If you are interested in the fast-approaching opportunity, pick up a flyer in the office.

     

    We still have yearbooks available for sale. They are $25 and can be purchased in the bookkeeping office or online. Yearbooks will be handed out at the end of the school year.

     

    There will be no B team tennis practice on Tuesday, April 23, after the half day. B-team, your next day of tennis will be the home match on Wednesday April 24. A-team, you still have practice on Monday April 22

     

    Attention 8th graders attending Centennial High School next year! Are you interested in joining an award-winning and unique fall activity? Would you like to perform alongside 100 other people in front of huge, cheering crowds? Consider joining the CHS Colorguard! This team performs with the marching band at halftime shows and competitions throughout the fall. Please attend our workshops at the Centennial Band Room on Tuesday, April 23rd and Tuesday, April 30th from 3:30-5:00. See the posters around your school for more information. Please email Mrs. Brittany Brings, band director at Centennial, with any questions, and come join this great team!

     

    Centennial High School's NHS is hosting our annual Make-A-Wish Dodge Ball Tournament on Tuesday, April 23. We are going to have an ice cream social at 6:00 where everyone can get yummy treats and socialize. The dodge ball tournament starts at 7:00 in the main gym at Centennial High School. Tickets are $2.00 at the door. Audience members are eligible to receive prizes throughout the event and our Make-A-Wish kid Maddie will be there! 

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  • April 19, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/19/2019

    Our Special education department is looking for students who are interested in being a paid peer tutor during ESY (extended school year.) Students who are interested must be 13 years old by June 1, 2019.  This is a great first job for many students who may want to be teachers or counselors in the future. Applications are in the front office. The due date for applications is Friday, May 3.

     

    Centennial is hosting a theater camp for middle school students May 3-4 in the CHS Little Theater. They will be putting together 10-minute plays, decorating t-shirts, playing games and more.  If you are interested in the fast-approaching opportunity, pick up a flyer in the office.

     

     We still have yearbooks available for sale. They are $25 and can be purchased in the bookkeeping office or online. Yearbooks will be handed out at the end of the school year.

     

    Congratulations to the 40 new members of the National Junior Honor Society. Your perseverance, hard work, and citizenship are appreciated. Thank you to those current members who helped make the ceremony special.

     

    The Athlete of the Week for the 7th grade girls’ "B" basketball team is none other than the amazing Maizey.  Maizey works hard on and off of the court.  She is a coach's dream when it comes to her ability to learn new concepts or skills and then apply them to a game situation.  Her flexible, go with the flow personality make her super coachable.  She never missed a game or practice and always has her sunny personality on display for all to see.  Maizey was an absolute treat to coach this season. Congratulations!

     

    Attention Sources of Strength members: Please go to the library after the pledge.

     

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  • April 18, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/18/2019

    Centennial is hosting a theater camp for middle school students May 3rd & 4th in the CHS Little Theater. They will be putting together 10-minute plays, decorating t-shirts, playing games and more. If you are intersted in this fast-approaching opportunity, pick up a flyer in the office.

     

    We still have yearbooks available for sale. They are $25 and can be purchased in the bookkeeping office or online. Yearbooks will be handed out at the end of the school year.

     

    Anyone trying out for Centennial's cheer team, please come to Room 19 at break for a quick meeting.

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  • April 17, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/17/2019

    The 7th grade girls A basketball team won Monday against Lewis and Clark 34 to 32. They were led in scoring by Ava "Superstar" and Alaina "Can't stop me."  Audrey "The press breaker" gave the team a spark down the stretch to secure the victory.  The team was led by the strong defense of Mercedes "Not in my house,"  Lorien "I will stuff you,"  Kate "I will out rebound you,"  Elsa "The Lightning bolt,"  Megan "I will steal the ball from you, and Salima "See ya later."  The team was led by the energy of Annika "Bank shot,"  and Cadence "I will dunk on you."  Karis "you will need ear plugs when I cheer" had great energy off the bench to help stop the Explorers. Great all around team effort by all the girls to secure the victory. The win put them in a 3rd place finish to end the season. Great job to all the 7th grade basketball players this year! Girls please remember that there will be a meeting at break today in the Hoyle Gym. Please bring your uniforms with you at break.

     

    We regret that the Faculty Artist Recital scheduled for tonight, April 17, has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. The music teachers thank you and will announce the new date as soon as we can.

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  • April 16, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/16/2019

    Our Special education department is looking for students who are interested in being a paid peer tutor during ESY (extended school year.) Students who are interested must be 13 years old by June 1, 2019.  This is a great first job for many students who may want to be teachers or counselors in the future. Applications are in the front office. The due date for applications is Friday, May 3. 

     

     Today is Day 5 of our PUSH Project and we are halfway through. Keep posting your positive messages to the wall. We are trying to cover the whole wall before we finish. Keep Pushing Chargers. 

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  • April 15, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/15/2019

    6th & 7th graders – today you will start your ELA ISAT. Please bring your headphones, if you have them, and a book to class with you.

     

     Please check the lost & found in the cafeteria for your belongings. It is overflowing with jackets, shoes, lunch bags, books, etc. All unclaimed items will be donated this week.

     

    Last Thursday, the 7th grade "B" girls basketball team scored another victory over Sawtooth 17-10.  The Lady Chargers were led in scoring by Maizey "smooth as silk", with other points scored by Kyla "the roof", Abby "left-hand wizard", Brooklyn "speedster", Grace "silent assassin", and Josey "swoosh."  Great pressure defense was played by Kary "own the middle", Beth "protect the house", Valeria "the captain", Taylor "twinkle toes", Mila "the crusher", Ava "skyscrapper", Jojo "hot shot", and Bella "the hammer".  Great job ladies!  See you tonight for our final home game against Lewis and Clark.

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  • April 12, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/12/2019

    Guess what? Dutch Bro's will be back today, during both lunches so remember to bring your cash, gift cards, or debit cards and get a sweet treat at lunch.  

    This week's flavors are: 

    • Cherry Blossom or German Chocolate Frosts for $4.00.  
    • Strawberry or Peach Smoothies for $4.00 
    • Hot Chocolate for $3.00 

     

     

     Please check the lost & found in the cafeteria for your belongings. It is overflowing with jackets, shoes, lunch bags, books, etc. All unclaimed items will be donated this week. 

     

     

    There will be 2 sessions of Driver’s Education for the summer of 2019.  

    • Session 1 will be June 3rd – June 28th with classes held at Mtn View HS and Centennial HS. 
    • Session 2 will be July 8th – Aug 2nd, with classes held at Meridian Middle School. 

    Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 25th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/student tab. Flyers will be available in the office. 

     

     

    Important ISAT announcement: 6th and 7th graders will start English ISATs on Monday. Any who can, should bring headphones to the test on Monday. 

     

     

    Sources of Strength please meet in the library after the pledge.  

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  • April 11, 2019

    Posted by CYNTHIA WHITING on 4/11/2019

    Guess what? Dutch Bro's will be back this Friday, during both lunches so remember to bring your cash, gift cards, or debit cards and get a sweet treat at lunch. 

    This week's flavors are:

    • Cherry Blossom or German Chocolate Frosts for $4.00. 
    • Strawberry or Peach Smoothies for $4.00
    • Hot Chocolate for $3.00

     

     

    Please check the lost & found in the cafeteria for your belongings. It is overflowing with jackets, shoes, lunch bags, books, etc. All unclaimed items will be donated this week.

     

     

    The Lowell Scott talent show is tonight at 7:00 pm in the choir room. Please come support your Lowell Scott talent!! For those who wish to support the music program, donations will be accepted at the door.

     

     

    After School math help today (Thurs 4/11) will be in Room 14 with Mrs. Gallas.

     

     

    There will be 2 sessions of Driver’s Education for the summer of 2019.

    • Session 1 will be June 3rd – June 28th with classes held at Mtn View HS and Centennial HS.
    • Session 2 will be July 8th – Aug 2nd, with classes held at Meridian Middle School.

    Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 25th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/student tab. Flyers will all the information

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