Prospective Centennial Families Virtual Tour Video


 

Bike/Walk to School Day!

Tuesday, October 5

Do you already walk or bike to school in the morning with your student(s)?
Always wanted to but needed an excuse to try it out? Maybe with others?
You can help act as a chaperone for the upcoming Walk/Bike to School Day.
Just email mkstrausberg@gmail.com to get involved and help pick a walkable or bikeable location to meet up with other Centennial students and families.
Make sure to mark your calendars so you don’t miss this fun morning!


Centennial Equity Collective

First meeting! Wednesday, Oct 6th, 6-7:30

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89859096376
Meeting ID: 898 5909 6376

In this first session,  we will introduce the Equity Book Study and Equity Discussions which will alternate each month.

We will be meeting the first Wednesday of every month.  The book we will be reading this year is How We Show Up: Reclaiming Family, Friendship and Community, by Mia Birdsong, which we will discuss in November, January, March and May. In alternating months, we will discuss another resource, topic or equity-related theme. This first month, we will focus on getting to know each other and learning about how we can contribute to equity at Centennial.


Current Covid-19 Guidelines for Notification and Quarantine

As of 8/27/21, from Principal Laura Munro:

Every time we have a known positive COVID case we will send out a letter to the community providing general information regarding the situation.  If your child, or your child’s crew, is directly impacted by the positive COVID case you will get more direct information either from your crew’s teacher or school leadership.  You are always welcome to call the school to inquire more about the COVID notifications, but please know that infection information is confidential.

This year the process for quarantine/isolation will be slightly different from last year.  If a student or adult in a crew/the school tests positive only those individuals who were in close contact with that individual will be required to quarantine.  Close contact is defined as: unmasked within 3 ft of the person for 15 cumulative minutes over a 24 hr period, OR lives in the same household, OR sleeps in the same space, OR has direct contact with sick individuals, OR is identified as a close contact based on public health determination.

If there is every a case where quarantine is required there will be direct, confidential conversation with all students/families involved.

We hope this helps clarify a bit.  Please reach out should you have any questions at all.  Our nurse Elise Seebach (720.424.8910) is also able to answer any particular health questions.


 

Calendar of Events

 

Printable CaSEL Calendar 2021-2022:  CaSEL 2021-22 Calendar