News & Announcements

PA DAY – Friday September 29th

NEW PARKING DROP OFF/PICK UP ZONES

This is a message to all students and parents/guardians regarding student drop off and pick up zones– you may have noticed that we have some new yellow lines painted on our driveway and parking area.  Next week we will have our new signage installed.

Please note where your child can be dropped off and picked up safely.  Changes have been made that prioritize the safe and easy drop off and pick up of students while maintaining the ability of buses to enter the school grounds and drop off or pick up students without traffic jams occurring.

The driveway to the parking lot is now one way only. When Parents drop off students they must enter the driveway and then immediately turn to the left and pull as far up in the line as you can. The drop off zone is designated by diagonal yellow lines on the pavement.  Once the student has exited the vehicle, the car pulls forward towards the traffic lights at College and Jaynefield.

Another change is that student drop off and pick up can longer occur at the front doors to the school unless pre-approved by the office.  Special Needs buses are dropping off and picking students up in the area so no cars should be using that route for drop off or pick up.  The only car drop off zone is now at the side of the school parking lot.  We will have staff out assisting with the change in the student drop off/pick up zones.  Thanks for your cooperation in maintaining a safe school environment.

Students with Life Threatening Medical Conditions

If your child has a life threatening condition.  Please make sure that you go to the Life-Threatening information on our website.  Please make sure that the form is up to date and submitted to the office ASAP!  If you have any questions or concerns please phone the school at  519-821-0360.

Welcome Back Spartans!

Please make sure you pay your Spartan Fees ASAP.  $50.00 with yearbook or $25.00 without.  You can pay at the main office by cash or cheque.  You can also pay the $50 online.  Also every child is attached to the football fee of $225 but DO NOT PAY if your child is not playing football.  Photo Day is Monday Sept 11th.  Once student cards are available students will be notified.

Gr 9’s Camp Odyssey Info

Posted September 26, 2017

Gr 9's will be attending one of these days - Oct 4th, Oct 5th, or Oct 6th - Bring a litterless lunch,  Dress for the weather, Bring rain gear, Must wear running shoes & No Using Technology at Camp

Join us on October 4 for Walk to School and Walk at School Day!

Posted September 26, 2017

Wednesday, October 4th is Walk to School Day and Walk at School Day! On Walk to School Day students from more than 40 countries will walk, bike or wheel to and from school. When the route to school is safe for walking or biking, the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Active and Safe Routes to School (ASRTS) committee encourages students to walk, bike or wheel […]

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The Upper Grand App

Posted September 25, 2017

The Board has created “The Upper Grand App” for mobile phones. This App automatically pulls news from school websites.  As a parent, if you have kids attending multiple schools, you can turn on the news feed from one or several schools.  Our Centennial news feed to the App will include News and Announcements, Calendar of Upcoming Events, and Twitter from our […]

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Hold and Secure – Sept 22nd

Posted September 22, 2017

On Sept 22nd around 1:30pm., Guelph Police contacted both College Heights and Centennial CVI, asking to put the schools into a ‘hold and secure’ while they investigated a suspicious person in the area.  During the hold and secure, things are ‘business as usual’ inside the school, classes continued as normal but all outside doors were locked.  At around 1:40pm the […]

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The office of Lloyd Longfield MP

Posted September 18, 2017

Looking for an opportunity to voice your opinions on national issues? You may also get to meet the Prime Minister!  Visit LloydLongfield.ca to see what the Guelph Federal Youth Council is all about! Applications are due Sept 30th

First Nation, Métis, Inuit Self-identification

Posted September 15, 2017

If you are a member of a First Nation, the Métis or the Inuit, then please consider self-identifying. Self-identification helps in several ways: Students will have access to more culturally relevant programming and opportunities for unique cultural and academic experiences. The school system will have an opportunity to focus efforts and resources, as well as an increased awareness of the […]

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St. Donat Ski/Snowboarding Trip

Posted September 13, 2017

Are you enrolled in a French Class this year?  Would you like to practice using the French you learn in a French class, while skiing in Quebec in February?  See your French Teacher or Mme Turner for information on the St. Donat Ski/Snowboarding Trip offered by the Upper Grand District School Board.  The trip is an excellent opportunity to put […]

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Centennial Spartan Wear Online Store

Posted June 1, 2017

Spartans now you can purchase school wear for any sport or club.  Free Shipping during the school year. Visit the website below and start shopping!!  https://www.schoolwear.ca/ccv