Centreville Public Schools

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Thanksgiving Break
On Monday, November 23rd, Centreville Elementary hosted more than 300 grandparents to take part in breakfast and activities with their grandchildren in grades pre-kindergarten to 3rd grade.  Each class had an activity lined up for the students and grandparents to do together.  Other fun favorites like bingo also took place.
Grandparent's Day has been going six years strong at Centreville and is organized by the teachers and the office staff.  PAC provided support through doughnuts, muffins, and coffee for breakfast and also supplied parents to help throughout the morning.  Click here for pictures of the event!
On Wednesday, November 18th, students of Centreville were treated to an assembly hosted by Jim "Basketball" Jones.  Mr. Jones used basketball tricks as a tool to promote a positive message of being your best while encouraging others to do the same.  He challenged students to fight through adversity and asked them to think about what kind of legacy they wanted to leave behind.  As he talked in a highly engaged atmosphere, the students seemed to benefit greatly from his message and were entertained all the while.  Below are a few pictures from the event! 
Ball spin   Line
 The Centreville Elementary and Jr/Sr High are needing qualified substitute teachers and aides. If you would like to find out more, we invite you to attend an informational meeting on November 11 at the St. Joseph County ISD. Click the link below for more details. 
  Congratulations to the Men's Cross Country team on their 1st place finish in the BCS Conference. The team went a perfect 3 for 3 at the league jamborees. Earning 1st team All-Conference are Nolan Troyer, Justus Chupp, Ross Hunter and Coletin Gascho. Chad Spence is 2nd team All-Conference; and Brandon Davis, Tyler Overholt and Zach Puorro earned Honorable Mention. The  team is shown here at the start of their final BCS jamboree at New Buffalo. 
 BCS start
 Congratulations to the 7th grade volleyball team on winning the 2015 St. Joseph County Volleyball Championship. Shown here with Coach Christen Kahila are back row left to right: Grace Nighswonger, Amy Carpenter, Cassidy Bartelt, Hannah Hartong, Kourtney Bennett, Savannah Miller. Front row: Graicee Harker, Kate Miles, Sammi Walls and Madi Yoder.
7th gr volleyball  
Homecoming went from White to Bright during a halftime color toss by the student body.
color toss  
 Congratulations to Alex Lafler and Madison Hunter
2015 Homecoming King & Queen.
King & Queen
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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