News & Announcements

Interim Reports & Parent/Guardian-Teacher Interviews

Parent Teacher Interviews

Interim Reports: Go Home Friday Oct 18th

Parent/Guardian-Teacher Interviews:  Thurs Oct 24th from 2-4 pm & 5:30-7:30 pm

The Booking Link:

https://webapp.ugdsb.on.ca/pti/Account/Login

Message to parents/guardians:

The Upper Grand DSB has set up a website to provide updates regarding provincial labour issues and the impact on UGDSB schools and board sites.

Please visit www.ugdsb.ca/labour for on-going updates. 

Thank you.

Youth Beliefs Well Being Study for Gr 9 / Gr 12 Students

Youth Beliefs And Well Being High School Student Recruitment Poster Sept 2019

Driver’s Education

Signup/Forms in Main Office – Starts Sept 18 @ 3:30-6pm Rm C123

Spartan Activity Fee

Our Spartan Student Activity Fee of $30.00 includes: Spartan Transition Fee, Student Clubs/Sports Activity Fee, Learning Commons Printer Fee, & Student Photo ID Card.  Please have your photo taken for the Spartan Student Photo ID Card on Photo Days.  Pick up picture package form to purchase personal photos separately from the school fees.    Use this link to pay:  https://ugdsb.schoolcashonline.com/

Students with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions – Policy 518

For any New students with medical conditions & Current students (with changes to your medical conditions).  Please complete the applicable forms: https://www.ugdsb.ca/board/policy/policy-518-students-with-life-threatening-medical-conditions/

If there are no significant changes needed for the Plan of Care on file with Centennial CVI. Please complete this form: https://www.ugdsb.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Annual-Renewal-Plan-of-Care-2018-06-fillable.pdf

Students with Life Threatening Medical Conditions must have their Epipens/Inhalers/Medications in their possession before departing for Field Trips or Sporting Events.

Bus Information & Inclement Weather

Weather conditions occasionally cause bus & taxi transportation to be delayed or cancelled and, or for the schools to be closed. 

The Upper Grand App

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 school website.  Here is the “How-To” link http://launch.customschoolapp.net/uppergrand/

Centennial Spartan Wear Online Store

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

Job action and labour updates: Information for parents/guardians 

Posted October 3, 2019

Parents/guardians are encouraged to visit www.ugdsb.ca/labour for on-going updates from the school board regarding provincial job action. 

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Free dental care for children/youth (17 & younger)

Posted March 28, 2019

Please see the attached Newsletter from Public Health about Dental Health. April 2019_Public Health School Newsletter Insert For Parents_Elem And Sec

Be an International Student Homestay Family

Posted October 23, 2018

Homestay is an integral part of the experience in studying abroad.  The UGDSB – International Student Program works closely with various homestay service providers through the year. We are very appreciative of the families who provide homestay for our students.   Due to increased interest in our programs (February and September intakes) one of our associates is currently …

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Students & Parents -Info on Cannabis Legalization

Posted October 16, 2018

Cannabis is already part of the High School Health Education Curriculum, along with alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. The legal age to use, purchase, or possess alcohol, tobacco, or cannabis is 19. Being impaired at school is not acceptable, no matter what the substance. (more…)

Do You Want to Host a CCVI International Student?

Posted October 3, 2018

MLI is currently recruiting new host families for international students while they attend Centennial.  Compensation and support is provided. If interested please contact :

Rustann Steele-Yeo, Coordinator (CCVI /CWDHS)  Mobile: (226) 971-2856     Guelph1@mlihomestay.com

Water Testing

Posted October 2, 2018

The Upper Grand District School Board has been testing for lead in school drinking water since 2007. The Ontario drinking water quality standard for lead is 10 micrograms per litre. This standard is based on a national guideline set by Health Canada.  For your information we are publishing the successful Lab Results for Centennial CVI showing that the water is safe. The water continues to be tested regularly and frequently.   …

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UGDSB Threat Risk Assessment /Suicide Protocol Notification

Posted August 30, 2018

Threat Risk Asssessment And Suicide Protocol Notification 2018 Sept

CCVI Healthy Breakfast and Snack Program

Posted December 1, 2017

Parents, Business Owners, Members of our community:  We are looking for support – monetary or by means of in-kind donations – to our student nutrition program so that every student has the opportunity to thrive and learn.  Having a healthy start to a student’s school day is one of the most important factors in creating tomorrow’s leaders.  Centennial CVI addresses the issue of student hunger by …

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PARKING DROP OFF/PICK UP ZONES

Posted September 19, 2017

Please note where your child can be dropped off and picked up safely. Safe and easy student drop off and pick up lane allows all school buses to enter the parking lot & advance to the bus drop off/pick up zone. The driveway to the parking lot is now one way only. When Parents drop off students they must enter the driveway – immediately turn to the left and pull as …

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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 …

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