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Principal's Weekly Message 5-5

Hello this is Kathryn Hutchinson, principal at Centennial Campus Center for Innovation with your weekly message. This message can be found on our website along with our Learning Snapshot.

Our final Interim Checkpoint was this past Friday. It is important to continue to support your student and encourage them to end this school year strong.

This next week is Teacher Appreciation Week. We ask for our students and families to consider finding some moments to say thank you to the hard-working staff at Centennial Campus. Any note or email means so much to our teachers. I am grateful for the dedication they bring to the classrooms by designing innovative lessons and building connections with our students. Again, please consider taking the time to send something positive their way. Your support matters.

Tuesday is our final spirit day of the school year. Our Student Council asks students to wear your Centennial Campus colors and shirts to show your school spirit.

We are excited to welcome our community to the Spring Night of eXcellence this Thursday, May 9th, beginning at 5:30 to 7:00. This is an event for our students to showcase their learning and work in the X House elective space. Please be reminded that students must be accompanied by an adult throughout the evening. Students cannot be dropped off.

Our PTSA will hold a brief general meeting directly before our 6:00 dance performance that evening. Please join for this brief meeting to elect new board members. And it is NOT too late to join this group and the board.

We are currently in the midst of planning our End of the Year testing otherwise known as the EOG. It will begin for our seventh and eighth grade on Thursday, May 16th and our sixth graders will begin on Monday, May 20th. To help our students feel confident and comfortable, it is important that our students are attending school daily and especially on these testing dates.

Our school will once again have the EOG Remediation and Re-administration program offered. This will be determined after our End of Grade Testing mentioned above. Should your child meet the criteria for our EOG Remediation and Re-administration program you will receive an invitation for your child to attend the re-administration program after the EOG testing window closes for our school on May 23rd. The criterion for this opportunity is that your student has passed the specific course but did not show proficiency on the EOG

 

For your planning purposes, the program dates for this program are after the end of the school year, on May 28th and May 29th. Transportation will be provided, and breakfast and lunch will be available. Again, our staff will communicate with families if they meet the criteria.

 

Thank you for your support of Centennial Campus Magnet where curiosity drives innovation.  Have a great week!