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Centennial Park School

A place to belong. A way to achieve. - Centennial School District
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Middle School Business: Dollar Poppers

The 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students at CPS have engaged in starting a new school fundraiser here at school. The name of the business is Dollar Poppers.  Yes, this involves selling popcorn for $1.00 per bag of popcorn on Learn More

Discovering What Lies Within

Centennial Park students now have an opportunity to engage in yoga for Physical Education credit.  Four days a week, eleven students practice breathing, balance, strength, and grounding activities, along with listening to their body and observing the activities of their Learn More

Making A Difference

Making A Difference in the community is the goal of our Wednesday Service Learning class, with the same name (Making A Difference). Students socialize (helping the animals become more attractive to potential adoptive parents) dogs and cats at the Oregon Learn More

Seniors Volunteer!

Centennial Park seniors have dedicated several hours to serving their community this year. Our graduates are required to complete 16 hours of volunteer work. Some students choose to do this independently through an organization, school, or church. Another option is Learn More

Clothes Closet

We have identified a need and filled it! Centennial Park School now has a mini-clothes closet for students to access in Alison and Gale’s classroom, room 17. We are currently accepting donations of gently worn school appropriate attire, shoes, make-up, accessories, etc. It Learn More

Crow Canyon Presentations

Earlier in the fall, 10 students from Centennial Park School were selected to participate in a life-changing trip to Crow Canyon near Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. At Crow Canyon, students learned about the life of the Pueblo people Learn More

Basketball: New Year, New Season

  The Centennial Park basketball team is quickly approaching its fourth season. With the start of the 3rd quarter and new year, CPS is looking for a winning season. The team has been recruiting new “family” members as well as conditioning Learn More

Homecoming Parade

Twelve Centennial Park students participated in the annual Homecoming Parade on September 30.  Dar Meyer, CPS attendance coordinator, allowed students to decorate her VW Bug with flowers, balloons, streamers and glitter signs in school colors.  Some students rode in the Learn More