Congratulations to Mrs Clare who was presented with the Basketball Person of the Year Award
by the BQBAO on Saturday, Dec 17. Mrs Clare has coached both boys and girls teams for Centennial
for 27 years, ran the Swish Elementary Program at CSS, and has convened the girls league and several
girls and boys all star games.
Wednesday, January 25-Pd 1 Exam-8:15-11:15 am, classes in the afternoon Lunch-11:15-12:00, Pd 2-12:00-12:50, Pd 4-12:50-1:30, Break-1:30-1:40, Pd 5-1:40-2:30
Thursday, January 26-Pd 2 Exam-8:15-11:15 am
Friday, January 27-Pd 4 Exam-8:15-11:15 am
Monday, January 30-Pd 5 Exam-8:15-11:15 am
**IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER AND A BUS CANCELLATION DAY, EXAMS WOULD BE MOVED AHEAD ONE DAY. (ie. Wednesday Pd 1 exam would move to Thursday) ALL STUDENTS AND PARENTS WOULD BE CONTACTED VIA CSS SYNERVOICE WITH INFORMATION
Monday, December 19
Evening Performance in the CSS Auditorium @ 7:00 pm Cost is $5.00
Pictured is the Centennial Band and Choir performing at the Mix 97 Christmas Show
held at the Empire Theatre in Belleville.
Male staff at Centennial participated in Movember, and raised money for Cancer research. Pictured are
some of the participants at the end of the month: Mr King, Mr Bremner, Mr Weinhert, Mr Bartlett, Mr Wachner
Mr Hunt and Mr Romanidis.
Monday, Dec 5-Reindeer Games
Tuesday, Dec 6-Tacky Sweater Day
Wednesday, Dec 7-White Out Wednesday
Thursday, Dec 8-Christmas Hat Day
Friday, Dec 9-Red and Green Day
The Senior Boys Football Team defeated MSS 16-6 to capture the Bay of Quinte Championship
for the third year in a row. The team was down 6-2 with 1:30 left, when Quarterback Brady Crowe
found Chase Bourgoin in the endzone for a touchdown. Defenseman Kyle Rutter intercepted a Moira
pass with a minute remaining and ran in for a touchdown to secure the win for the Chargers. The team
will play in the AA Cossa Championships on Thursday, November 10 at 1:00 pm. Congratutions and Good
Luck to the team at Cossa !!
On Tuesday December 13th and Tuesday January 17th, there will be St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs in our school. The St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program provides services in a wide range of community settings including schools. The St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog, accompanied by a volunteer handler, offers comfort and companionship to individuals. Students and employees are provided with an opportunity to feel, touch, pet, cuddle and read to the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog. This voluntary program is supported by a community partner. For more information, please click here.