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  • Did you miss Kindergarten Round-Up?

    You may still register at our elementary schools during office hours, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.

    For information about documents needed for registration and age requirements, please see www.husd.org/kru.


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  • Free immunizations available

    Chaparral Elementary School will host a series of free immunization clinics by the Chandler Regional Medical Center over the next few months, giving parents an opportunity to immunize children with school vaccinations.
     
    The hospital’s Community Wellness Children’s Immunization Program aims to provide free immunizations to children 6 weeks to 18 years old.
     
    The next Chandler Regional Medical Center clinic at Chaparral, 3380 E. Frye Road, Gilbert, will be in the school’s cafeteria 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Please bring your child's vaccine records or school referral papers. Flu vaccines will be available for ages 3 through adult.
     
    More information about this federally–funded program is Arizona Department of Health Services Immunization Program.
     

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  • Shop at San Tan Village to benefit Centennial

    Centennial Elementary was selected to participate in San Tan Village’s School Cents program this school year. Beginning Aug. 1, shoppers can show their original shopping and dining receipts to staff at San Tan Village Guest Services, located in the Management Office above Yankee Candle. Receipts may also be logged online. Schools earn points for every dollar spent, as well as bonus points for participating in shopping center events. The schools with the most points when the program ends April 15, 2016, will be awarded gift cards.

    Receipts can also be dropped off in receipt boxes at the shopping center.

    School Cents Fundraising


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  • Support Centennial and receive up to $400 AZ Tax Credit
     
    The state of Arizona allows you to receive a tax credit of up to $200 ($400 if married and filing jointly) when you make an ECA tax credit donation to our school. We will use your tax dollar donation to help fund extra curricular activities and opportunities for our students to extend their learning beyond the regular school day and you will get a dollar-for-dollar credit towards your tax return. Before and after school tutoring, school clubs and field trip experiences are just a few of the enrichment programs that are made possible when ECA funds are donated to our school.  Please name Centennial Elementary School as the recipient of your donation so that we may provide quality enrichment programs like these for our learners. We appreciate your support and are dedicated to spending your tax dollars responsibly.
     
    We THANK YOU for your tax credit donations.
     
    If you wish to make a donation, please see our Tax Credit page for more information. 
     
    Interested in more information about ECA tax credits?


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  • Higley Program for Accelerated Learning (HPAL)

    Higley Unified School District will launch the Higley Program for Accelerated Learning at Bridges Elementary School for the 2016-17 school year. The program will be open to students in grades 3-6.

    Administrators and teachers are designing this program to meet the needs of Higley’s high achieving, highly motivated students. The Higley Program for Accelerated Learning will prepare students for honors classes in middle school, and AP and dual credit classes in high school. Additional information about the program will be available during an informational meeting 6 p.m. Feb. 17 at Sossaman Middle School, 18655 E. Jacaranda Blvd., Queen Creek.

    Are you interested in the Accelerated Program? Please let us know by submitting the interest form.

    Information about admission criteria and application forms can be found on the HPAL webpage.


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  • Higley Headlines

    The latest Higley Headlines newsletter is now online. Read about academic programs, Community Education and more!


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  • Centennial Parents - Get the latest news
     
    Stay informed of news and events at Centennial Elementary School through our E-Alert system. You can click here and select what information you want sent automatically to your e-mail address, including communication from the principal and district. If you are no longer receiving E-Alerts, please use the link above to sign up (recent system changes may have affected your enrollment in E-Alert).


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  • Open Enrollment
     
    Open enrollment registration for all of our campuses for the 2016-17 school year begins Dec. 1, with priority given to applications received by Feb. 1. Click here to find the Open Enrollment Application.

    Applications may be turned in at the campus you wish your child to attend.

    District boundary maps for elementary, middle school and high school are located here. Please complete the application form and return to the school during business hours.
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  • Spanish Immersion Exploration

    San Tan Elementary School is exploring the option to offer Spanish Immersion for kindergarten students beginning with the 2016-2017 school year. It is open to all kindergarten students regardless of home school. Parents who wish to learn more about this option can attend an informational meeting Thursday mornings at 9 a.m. at San Tan. This meeting will be the same information each week, so you are free to choose a Thursday that works for you.


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  • AZ Merit Update
     
    In Spring 2015, Higley Unified School District and schools across Arizona administered the first AzMERIT assessments. These assessments were designed to cover language arts and math.


    Over the next few months, districts, schools and parents will receive results. Several different reports are available to help families understand the results. The district has put together an AzMERIT Parent Resource page to provide additional information.


     

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  • Budget 101

    Budget 101

    Want to learn more about school funding? We’ve created a video to help explain.


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  • ParentVue
     
    Parents can see student grades and attendance records through a system called “ParentVue.” Teachers post assignments and grades, along with daily attendance, on the system that can then be viewed by parents through a home computer or cell phone. Teachers post links to ParentVue (sometimes referred to as "Online grades") through their teacher webpages. You can also reach ParentVue through this link.

    To use ParentVue, parents need a personal code created by their student’s school. Please visit your school office for more information.


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Centennial School is a community school in Higley Unified School District serving neighborhood kindergarten through sixth grade students. Our learning environment provides each and every child the opportunity to learn and grow in a safe environment and develop a life-long quest for learning and knowledge.

In addition to our outstanding staff and students throughout the grade levels, we also are home to the District's Self-Contained Gifted Program for sixth grade. 

Our state-of-the-art school opened in August 2009 to almost seven hundred students. This year, 2015, we opened our doors to more than 800 students. 
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