Support a Centura Senior, Buy a Sign!

The Centura Seniors have, no doubt, missed a big part of the celebration of being a Senior. No Senior skip day, instead no days. No awards night, prom, athletic events. They are even missing out on the traditional graduation and the community is going to miss out on celebrating with them.

To show support for our Centura Seniors, double sided yard signs have been created to display in your yards, on main street, in your business windows. Signs are $10 each. Contact Kate Bohling via email kbohling@centuraps.org to purchase a sign.

Let our Centura Class of 2020 know that even though we can’t be together we are here, proud of their accomplishments, and wish them the best in their next adventures. Let’s show our Centura pride and cover the town with Centura Class of 2020 yard signs!!!!

Calling All Farmers

Last year Centura received at $25,000 America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education Grant. This is primarily due to the overwhelming success of farmer nominations within the Centura School District! Centura is eligible to apply for this Grant again. If you nominated Centura last year please do it again! Please share with your friends, family, and neighbors and ask them to nominate Centura. It’s very easy to do. The greater the nominations the greater the chance of success. The grants this year are for $15,000! The deadline for nominations is April 1st! Thank you to Bayer Funds for this amazing opportunity.

Please copy this link and paste it in your search bar.
https://www.americasfarmers.com/grow-rural-education/

Coffee with the Superintendent

Meet Superintendent Ryan Ruhl for coffee to discuss Centura facilities, vision, and Centura Pride in Dannebrog, Cairo, or Boelus.

Mr. Ruhl is looking forward to meeting with people at:

The Danish Baker, Monday, December 2nd at 8:00 am
The Boelus Gold Nugget, Tuesday, December 3rd at 8:00 am
The Medina Street Vault, Wednesday, December 4th at 9:00 am

CENTURA DANCE TEAM PRESENTS DANCE REVUE

The Centura Dance Team will be presenting a Dance Revue on Friday, March 22nd at 7:00pm in the Centura High School Gym. 

The Dance Revue will feature several dance performances from the year.  Some of the encore pieces will be the 80’s Aerobic Dancing routine with the Centura Boys; as well as some of the team’s favorite halftime and competition performances from the year.  The members of the team are also very excited to present a brand new Dads and Daughters performance.

Along with the dance performances, several other Centura students will be featured.  Grace McDonald, Molly Nitsch, Maddy Hickok and others will all provide some additional entertainment during the Revue. 

After the Revue, attendees are invited to stay for dessert served by the Centura Dance Team. 

Free-will donations will be accepted throughout the evening to help defray future costs the dance team incurs such as dance camps, uniforms and competition expenses. 

Haunted Homecoming Parade

Centura Schools will be hosting a Homecoming week kickoff parade on Sunday October 15th at 5 pm.  A free hot dog meal will be provided by Centura Boosters.  Bounce houses and kids games will be available, also check out the book fair inside at the elementary library.

Third annual Loup River Shootout

THIRD ANNUAL LOUP RIVER SHOOTOUT

CENTURA BOOSTERS YOUTH BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Saturday, January 28, 2017 – Boys

Sunday, January 29, 2017 – Girls

Tournament Information

§  Boys and girls grades 4th-8th.

§  Three game guarantee.

§  All three games will be played on the same day.

§  Games will be played at Centura and at the Cairo Community Center.

§  Players must play in their grade classification EXCEPT younger players can compete in older divisions.

§  Medals to top two or three teams in each bracket, depending on the number of teams in the bracket.  Tie Breaker rules are as follows:  1. Head to Head, 2. Points allowed, 3. Points scored, 4. Coin Flip.

§  Two coaches will be admitted for free.  Wristbands will be available at the admission table.

§  On site concessions and meals will be available.

Game Rules

§  Teams must be ready to play at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled game time.

§  Pregame warm-up will be 5 minutes and half time will be 3 minutes.

§  Games will consist of two 16 minute halves with a running clock.  The clock will stop only during timeouts, injuries and the last 2 minutes of the second half.  The clock will not stop if one team is leading by 15 or more points.

§  Fouls will be tracked but only shooting fouls will be shot in the first half.  In the second half normal high school rules will apply after 7 (Bonus) and 10 team fouls (Double Bonus).

§  Each team is allowed 2 timeouts per half and 1 timeout in overtime.  Timeouts are one minute in length.

§  Overtime will be two minutes in length.  The clock will stop the last minute of overtime.  Double overtime will be sudden death.  The first team to score 2 points in double overtime wins.  If neither team scores two points, a team ahead by one point at the end of sudden death is the winner.  If sudden death ends in a tie, then each of the ten players on the floor will shoot one free throw.  The team making the most free throws is the winner.

§  4th and 5th grade cannot full court press EXCEPT a trailing team may full court press the last minute of the game.  Otherwise, defense may pick up at half court.

§  6th, 7th and 8th grades may full court press to a 15 point lead.

For more information or for registration forms please call Karin Noakes at 308-390-5011 or email at CenturaBoosters@gmail.com.  Forms can also be downloaded off the Centura website.