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!!!!

Pathway Bank Tailgate Party

It’s football season and that means tailgating.  Pathway bank is hosting a tailgate party on Friday, October 12th starting at 4pm. Pathway is pulling out all the stops and bringing in pulled pork from Medina Street Vault.

Stop in for a sandwich and ask Pathway team members about new technologies including money pass, wallet and mobile banking apps.

Follow up tailgating by cheering on the Centurions as they take on the St.Paul Wildcats.


Centura: Building a Partnership School #centurapride

its your schoolThis is Julie Otero, Centura superintendent,  inviting all patrons of the district to attend a meeting that is focused on creating partnerships between the school and the communities.

This meeting is intended to gather valuable input from the community regarding communication and collaboration efforts. The meeting will be held Thursday, April 9th starting with a meal at 6:30 and the meeting to follow at 7:00. Please RSVP, by calling the school, if you would like to attend.

Centura Booster Club Basketball Tournament

The Centura Booster Club hosted a Youth Club Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 7th and Sunday, February 8th. There were 46 teams ranging from grades fourth through eighth with boys playing on Saturday and girls playing on Sunday. The Centura High School girls and boys basketball teams volunteered their time by running the game clock, keeping score, working concession stands, and taking gate money. The Centura elementary and junior high teams did a great job, with 6th grade girls and 7th grade boys getting runner up and 4th, 6th, and 8th grade boys winning their championship game. Sandra Krolikowski, a member of Centura’s Booster Club had this to say about the tournament, “The tournament was a very successful fundraiser for the Centura Boosters.  In turn, the funds raised will be used to help benefit the Centura students and student related programs.” They plan on organizing another youth tournament next year.Basketball

Centura High School Student Council Pizza Night

Centura students Paige Reimers and Jane Zimmerman attended the District 3 Nebraska Student Council Convention with Mrs. Carpenter, Student Council Advisor, on Thursday, February 12, 2015, at Grand Island Senior High. They attended mini-sessions, listened to guest speakers, and did activities with other students. Thirteen schools with 205 students and advisors attended the convention.

 

Later that day, the Centura Student Council met for a pizza party, sponsored by the Teens in the Driver Seat Program, for their efforts in promoting seatbelt usage. The student council recently presented a program on Driver Distractions during student prep, and displayed signs throughout the building on texting while driving. They also conducted a field observation of students driving while texting, listening to music, or talking on their phone leaving the parking lot at school. Surprisingly the results were 19% of the students used an electronic device while driving, and 81% did not.Screen Shot 2015-02-17 at 9.19.46 AM

Louplatte Conference Basketball Tournament

After a long delayed week due to snow, the Lady Centurions ended up with the second place trophy in the Louplatte Conference Tournament. The girls started their week on Thursday with a 62-37 victory over the Loup City Red Raiders. The Centurions would then advance to the semi-finals where they would face the St. Paul Wildcats. After a close game the Centurions once again defeated St. Paul 57-44. Saturday night the Centurions took on the Kearney Catholic Stars but unfortunately suffered a hard loss and fell to Kearney Catholic 68-29. In Centura Boys’ Basketball, the Centurions fell to Loup City in the first round of conference play.

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Centurions Host Annual Blood Drive

On November 5th 2014, the Centura FBLA and NHS hosted their annual blood drive. They had a goal of 46 units of blood and they met their goal! Eleven Centura staff members donated with the help of thirteen Centura students. Thirty-five other volunteers also donated blood with only one deferral. Each donation collected has the potential to save up to three lives.IMG_4798

Centura Volleyball takes a trip to State

After 26 years the Centura Girls Volleyball team was state bound! On Friday November 7th the girls played Hastings St. Cecilia for the district final. They came up short but drew the wildcard that sent them to state. They were placed fifth of eight teams and played number four Guardian Angels Central Catholic in the first round. This game was played at Lincoln Southwest High School at 3:30 p.m. Unfortunately things didn’t go the way the girls would’ve liked, but they ended with a great season and a trip to the state tournament inLincoln!

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