Centreville Public Schools

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Monday, February 8th - TWO HOUR DELAYED START
There will be a scheduled delayed start on Monday, February 8th. School will start two hours late and buses will run two hours later than their usual times. Students in the junior and senior high school will begin the day with third hour. There will no first or second hour. 
 
HALL OF FAME INDUCTION
On Friday, January 29th, Centreville hosted their annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony. This year's inductees were Steve Palmer ('95) and Jill Peterson ('04) who are pictured with Athletic Director Perry Baranic and Junior/Senior High Principal Dennis Kirby. Thank you for your contributions to Centreville athletics and congratulations!
Hall of Fame
 
WINTERFEST ACTIVITIES!
During the last week of January, the junior and senior high students participated in Winterfest 2016.  The week consisted of dress up days, game assemblies, and of course the Winterfest court.  On Friday, January 29th, Joshua Norgan and Destinee Rule (pictured below) were crowned Winterfest king and queen.  To see more photos from the week, click here
Royalty
 
PSAT PARENT MEETING
Parents of all Centreville High School juniors are encouraged to attend a meeting on Wednesday, February 10th @ 6:00 PM in the library to go over PSAT score reports from the fall and talk about the upcoming SAT in April.  
 
 CENTREVILLE BLOOD DRIVE
The Centreville After Prom committee is hosting a Blood Drive on Thursday, March 17th from 12:00-6:00 PM at Centreville High School. If you are unable to attend but would still like to support After Prom, please consider sending a $10 donation to the High School Office. Blood Drive Poster.
 
 GENEROSITY AT WORK
Michael Kool, Madison Hunter, and Nick Kelley accepted a check from the Three Rivers Rotary Club last week for $1,000 on behalf of Youth in Government to offset expenses for this year.  In mid-March, 26 Centreville students will head to Lansing for the annual spring conference.  This generous donation will help cover travel expenses.  The Centreville Lions Club also gave a donation for $500 to help cover costs.  A special thank you to both parties and best of luck to the students in the rest of their fundraiser endeavors leading up to the event!
YIG
 
 
  
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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