Centreville Public Schools

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The annual FFA flower sale will begin on May 2nd at the Centreville FFA Greenhouse.  This year's sale features many different varieties of flowers and vegetables.  Check out the flyer to learn more! 
Date Changed to Friday, April 29th.
On Friday, April 29th, the Centreville Elementary PAC will host their 1st Annual "Bulldog Boogie" Walk-A-Thon Fundraiser.  The event is designed to allow students to participate in a fun day that promotes a healthy lifestyle and encourages teamwork in addition to raising funds to support the students and teachers of Centreville Elementary.  Donations can be made to sponsor a student or can be given directly to the office.  Contributions will be collected through the day of the event.  Checks should be made payable to Centreville Elementary.  If you have any further questions, please contact the elementary office at 467-5200.
BB 29th  
 Jane Peach
On Friday, Centreville Elementary had the privilege of taking part in Project LEAN (Linking Education, Activity and Nutrition), a 5 year old nutrition education program with the goal of increasing fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity among participants. The program reached more than 14,000 K-12 students last year throughout 8 counties in southwest Michigan. A huge thanks to Michelle Marvin of the Van Buren ISD along with her mother who brought Project LEAN to Centreville. A special thanks to all the Rotarians who volunteered for the day as well!


As you'll see in the pictures, students had the chance to participate in many different activities with a nutrition and fitness focus at each station. The entire elementary school rotated through the activities (with the exception of 4th grade who was at camp).


One Centreville student exclaimed throughout the day "Is this a dream?" No, just another day at Centreville Elementary!  More pictures can be found at our Facebook page here.
Project Lean  
 The top three essay winners are pictured below.  For a complete write-up, click here!
 Top Three
L-R Mike West (Farm Bureau Insurance), Ainsley Webb (2nd place), Makala Carr (3rd place), Abby McNamara (1st place), Mrs. Vazquez, Mr. Lawrence 
March is Reading Month has been a huge success at Centreville Elementary. This year's theme was "Celebrating Our Community". As the final days of March wind down, we'll be highlighting an event from the last month each day this week on our Facebook page.  Follow all the highlights here!
Our Mission
Centreville Public Schools mission is “to educate all students to succeed as productive citizens in a global community.” 

Thank you for visiting the Centreville Public Schools website.  The Centreville Public School district is located in St. Joseph County in southwest Michigan. Our school is a small district with approximately 1,000 students K - 12.  Centreville Public Schools is a very special place for students. We have a long standing commitment to continuous improvement, through systematic collaboration.  All teachers, support staff, and administrators share a common focus and a common goal of improving students learning.  Our goal is to provide an excellent education in a safe and secure environment for all our students.  We are committed to providing students with the opportunity to obtain a quality education and a variety of programs that all students deserve.  Our core curriculum provides learning experiences that give students a solid foundation of skills, knowledge, and understanding that is necessary for continuous growth and development. Centreville Schools is proud of the community, parents, staff, and students that make our school district committed to and deserving of excellence.  Centreville Public Schools is the place to receive an “Education of Excellence”.

Our district recently received several outstanding accolades. In 2012 Centreville was the number one school of choice in southwest Michigan. The Class of 2013 was ranked number one in St. Joseph County in five of the six core subject areas of the ACT/MME. The Class of 2014 was 1st or 2nd in every subject area. The high school has also been named a "Rewards School" in the state of Michigan. This recognition means that Centreville High School ranks in the top 5% of Michigan high schools in the state's top to bottom ranking. It is also based on academic progress over the previous four years. These positive acknowledgements are further evidence of the dedication of our staff and their commitment in the pursuit of educational excellence.
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