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  • Return to School Plan

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    In addition to the Return to School Plan, HPEDSB has now launched the Return to School Updates page. The Return to School Updates page contains the following information:
    - COVID-19 Family Responsibilities
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    - Mental Health and Well-being Resources
    - FAQ's

    Click here to access the Return to School Updates page for HPEDSB. Read More
  • About CSSAcademic Excellence - Athletic Prowess - Artistic Integrity

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    Academic Excellence - Athletic Prowess - Artistic Integrity

    At Centennial we are committed to excellence in Academics, Athletics and Arts. Our staff and students work as a team to encourage everyone at Centennial to strive to meet our goal of "Exceeding Expectations." As a regional school for the Visual and Performing Arts, we offer many unique opportunities for students.
  • Academic Excellence

    Academic Excellence

    Strong academic achievement is a focus at Centennial and we provide valuable opportunities for students to improve and further develop literacy and numeracy skills. Students will find a full range of programs and academic activities to match their needs and interests. Teachers and staff work collaboratively to provide enriching opportunities
  • Athletic Prowess

    Athletic Prowess

    The Centennial Athletics Program offers students an opportunity to play on a variety of sports teams which are both individual or team based. Student athletes develop sportsmanship qualities while participating in league play, tournaments and championships. Extra curricular athletic opportunities also allow student athletes to demonstrate commitment and time management.
Artistic Integrity

    Artistic Integrity

    Experiences in the arts – dance, drama, media arts, music, and the visual arts – play a valuable role in the education of all students. Through participation in the arts students can develop their creativity, learn about their own identity, and develop self-awareness, self-confidence, and a sense of well-being. Since artistic activities
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  • School Closure Updates

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    January 21 2021 - Letter from the Director of Education, Return to In-person Learning on January 25th, 2021


    January 2 2021 - What to Expect for Returning to School in January 2021


    December 30 2020 - Director Sean Monteith - Update for Returning to School in January 2021

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    Dear Students, Parents/Guardians, Families and Staff:

    Happy New Year! In a year unlike any other, and one with challenges we have never faced before, it perhaps is also fitting that as the Director of Education I send a letter to all families, staff and students on New Year’s Eve day. Such has been the year as 2020, and with tomorrow, a new year full of hope and promise.

    Communication is critical at this time. All of us are anticipating and requiring information and direction about our schools, and decisions that impact staff, families and students. In accordance with provincial direction received earlier these holidays from the Minister of Education, all elementary schools in the HPEDSB will be closed to in-person teaching and learning until January 11, 2021. Further, and again in following provincial direction, all HPEDSB secondary schools will be closed until January 25, 2021 for in-person teaching and learning.

    While our elementary and secondary schools will be closed physically during these times, we will provide teaching and learning remotely. I acknowledge there are many challenges with providing virtual schooling, the least of which is to prepare over a holiday break. Now that we are required to accommodate an extended closure, we are preparing to support the best learning environments possible under these challenging circumstances.

    There are many questions about remote learning. Significant planning is underway to provide technology for our families who require it, as well as to navigate challenges around broadband and Wi-Fi access for all students and staff to be able to learn and teach from home. I also acknowledge another aspect, which is supporting students with special needs across this large district.

    Members of my administration and I are working to ensure that these questions, and with them, the uncertainty of parents, students and staff, are addressed. Given the timing of this being a holiday break, and the direction provided by the Ministry of Education, I feel it is important to acknowledge upfront that the first day or two of school will not look conventional or traditional, as it normally would.

    Families and students can be assured that their teachers and schools will be reaching out to them on the first days of school to establish virtual contact, as we assess our ability to meet everyone’s needs. All of us at the HPEDSB are committed to serving and supporting our students, in doing the very best we can during these times. It is perhaps appropriate to acknowledge, as well, that there is nothing convenient or predictable about this situation; however, we have been through these challenges during this past year and are better positioned now to respond than we ever have been before.

    In closing, I strongly encourage families, staff and students to continue to monitor developments and direction as it becomes available through media, social media and school communication channels. And perhaps most importantly I want to wish all of you have a happy new year, one full of hope, promise and better days ahead.

    Take care,

    Sean Monteith
    Director of Education


    December 29 2020

    Due to the provincial shutdown, in-person learning in January 2021 is delayed. Elementary students will learn remotely through online teacher-led instruction for the week of January 4, 2021, returning to school in person on January 11, 2021. Secondary students will learn online through teacher-led instruction for the weeks of January 4, 11 and 18, 2021, returning to school in person on January 25, 2021. If you have questions, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., your question will be answered or redirected for an answer.

    In addition, access to schools and administrative buildings is by appointment only. Contact the school principal or person you're meeting with to schedule an appointment. COVID-19 safety protocols are in place at each site for all visitors.


    More information is available regarding the current school closures can be found on the HPEschools website. Follow @HPEschools for updates. 


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