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Help your teen plan for grade 9 course selections for 2018-19

Help your teen plan for grade 9 course selections for 2018-19

The grade 9 course selection process will be open from Nov. 13 to 30, 2017. Before they do, we want to ensure that they have the opportunity to consult with their teachers, guidance counsellor, if applicable, and their parents.

As our partners, families are encouraged to help prepare their teens for course selection. We encourage you to become familiar with the process by creating a myBlueprint account.

COPE Parent Workshop Information

COPE Parent Workshop Information

Please see the attached flyer with information about an Adolescent Parenting Workhsop that is being held at BCSS.

 

BCSS COPE Flyer -Fall 2017.docx

Red Cross Babysitting Course Information

Red Cross Babysitting Course Information

Please find attached a flyer with information about a Red Cross Babysitting Course.

Student Announcements - Thursday Noember 16, 2017

Student Announcements - Thursday Noember 16, 2017

Animation Club grade 6 announcement:

Considering some technical difficulties encountered by many grade 6 students, the deadline will be moved for Friday, next week. Grade 6 students who would like to get some help for their animations are invited to come to the lab today, during the recess. It will be first come first served, considering the lab's capacity. 

Mr. Pora


A BOOK FAIR ANNOUNCEMENT

Sadly, today is the last full day of the Book Fair but remember we’re open until 9:00pm tonight due to parent/teacher interviews and from 8:30-10:00am tomorrow morning for some last minute shopping.  At 2:00 today is also the Grand Prize Draw for $50.00 so make sure your ballot is in the jar.  To all of you who have come out and supported the Book Fair; thank you. 

And here’s some great news:  Today the Book Fair will be open without appointments but with teacher permission for serious shoppers only. 

For the last time, congratulations to the following students whose names were drawn from yesterday’s ballot jar.  Please come to the Library Period 1 to choose your free book from the Prize Table:

6-3:  Mohammed

6-4:  Anshita

6-5:  Khayien

6-8:  Madison

7-3:  Deragia

7-6:  Anusree

7-7:  Nabia

8-1:  Gurvir

8-4:  Katelyn

8-5:  Hitanshi


Thanks for supporting literacy,​

Mrs. Lister and the Book Fair Student Crew

Student Announcements - Wednesday November 15, 2017

Student Announcements - Wednesday November 15, 2017

Hello Centennial students!

This announcement is for all the students who joined our Centennial Health Squad last week, We are meeting in room 111 at 11:10 today to plan for our Healthy schools program.

Please be there at 11:10.

Thanks,

Mrs. Dhanju


A BOOK FAIR ANNOUNCEMENT

Come out to the Book Fair today because love conquers all.  Or does it?  Lucky in Love is a million-dollar love story but does winning a lottery really ensure happiness?

Maybe you’d prefer Ugly about a boy with a face universally called ugly.  The book is a testament to overcoming hardship and finding beauty in everything.  A lesson we could all learn from. 

For those of you who love the spooky stuff, there’s Haunted Canada 7 and What Waits in the Water.  Imagine being excited to spend time at a friend’s lake house only to hear rumors about what lurks in the waters...Or what about the zombie thriller, The Rains; perfect for those "Walking Dead" fans.  

Hoping to see you at the Book Fair and don't forget to drop off those ballots for the big draw Thursday at 2:00pm.

Congratulations to the following students whose names were drawn from yesterday’s ballot jar.  Please come to the Library Period 5 to choose your free book from the Prize Table:

6-2:  Ethan

6-7:  Hailey

6-8:  Daweed

6-9:  Gurnoor

7-1:  Mya

7-3:  Mya

8-2:  Holly A.

8-3:  Shifa

8-4:  Katie

8-5  Iman


Well done,

Mrs. Lister and the Book Fair Student Crew ​


This is a reminder that there will be a practice for the junior boys volleyball team on Thursday morning at 7:15am. 

Thanks,

Ms. Garisto and Mr. Williams ​​

Free Brampton Beast (hockey) Tickets for this weekend

Free Brampton Beast (hockey) Tickets for this weekend

We have 4 free tickets to each of the Brampton Beast games this weekend.  Both games are at the Powerade Centre on Kennedy Road.


Iron Man will be at the Powerade Centre for Sunday's game at 2pm!  The details on the games are below:

1.       Friday Nov 17 @ 7:15pm – regular game

2.       Sunday Nov 19 @ 2pm – Marvel Day!

a.       Beast will wear Iron Man themed jerseys while their opponent will wear Hulk themed jerseys

b.      Iron Man will be in attendance at the game

c.       Car star is giving away free mini sticks!

d.      A giant Iron Man will also be here for pictures

e.      Free post-game skate and autograph session with the players

 

If you would like 2 or 4 tickets to either game send a note to school and bring it to Ms. Huk in the office for the tickets.  First come, first served.

Student Announcements - Tuesday November 14, 2017

Student Announcements - Tuesday November 14, 2017

Today is United Way giving day. Please send all donations to the office with this morning's attendance.

 

Hey Centennial! The Mitten tree is back! Please donate clean, un ripped and wearable clothing for other children to wear. Be the reason for someone's smile this season!

Thanks,
The Me to We Team

 

This announcement is for all me to we members. Today's meeting is canceled due t the raptors 905 field trip, again today's meeting is canceled! But remember to be there next week!!!!!

Thanks,
The me to we team

Student Announcements - Monday November 13, 2017

Student Announcements - Monday November 13, 2017

A BOOK FAIR ANNOUNCEMENT

WOOHOO...the Book Fair begins today!  Hopefully, everyone has had the opportunity to read the Sneak Peak Flyer and discovered something of interest like the real-life story of a pastor who was willing to stand up for what was right by plotting to kill Hitler.  Or what about, the Guiness World Records Gamers’ Edition 2018 filled with new and updated records of your favorite games, high scores and much more!

For those that like to bake, you can learn to make sweet-talking cakes and cookies with easy-to-follow recipes from the book, Cakemoji.

Regardless of your choices, come out and support the Book Fair.  We’re open every day, except tomorrow, until 3:30pm.  Don’t forget Thursday we’re open until 9:00pm due to Parent/Teacher interviews.  And remember to drop off your $50.00 ballot!

Thanks, 

Mrs. Lister and the Book Fair Student Crew



Tomorrow is United Way giving day. We ask that you bring in a donation of any amount that will go to helping families in need in our community.  We ask that class reps collect the money and send it down to the office with the morning attendance.  Let’s make a difference and give to the United Way tomorrow!



For all boys on the final list outside the gym, please make sure you come to our first practice tomorrow morning, Tuesday at 7:15am. See you all there. 

Ms. Garisto and Mr. Williams ​



For the Raptors 905 game tomorrow backpacks are not permitted in the Hershey Centre.  Students are reminded to bring their lunches as concession stands will have long lines.  There are activities planned for students who will not be attending the game.​

Student Announcements - Friday November 10, 2017

Student Announcements - Friday November 10, 2017

This is a reminder that there will be a student council meeting today during lunch recess in Ms. Irons room. If you have missed more than 3 meetings, you will be removed as student representative.

Thanks,

Student Council 



There will be a student council meeting today in the library at 11:10. See you there. 

Thanks Ms. Irons and mme Srinivas


A BOOK FAIR CREW ANNOUNCEMENT

All members of the Book Fair Crew are to report to the Library Period 5 today for an operations meeting.  Again, Book Fair Crew to the Library Period 5 today.

See you then,

Mrs. Lister



Remembrance Day Announcement

Today we & every day we ask you too:

Reflect, on the contributions of our countries past & present Veterans. They, are our unsung heroes who represent each of us with courage each & every day. Our Veterans include, soldiers on the ground, in the air & at sea. Nurses, doctors & administrators all contribute to the mission.

Remember at this moment, all the women & men who are currently in other countries.  Providing support in the hopes that Peace will become the end of the battle.

Peace is our countries goal to be shared with all!



A BOOK FAIR ANNOUNCEMENT: 

This is an important reminder that the Book Fair kicks-off Monday and runs from 8:30-3:30 including Wednesday.  Please note the Book Fair will be closed Tuesday due to the Raptors 905 trip.  On Thursday we’ll be open until 9:00pm because of Parent/Teacher interviews.  Friday morning – the last day- we’re open between 8:30am and 10:00am. 

Besides fabulous books, there’s going to be a lot of boutique items like erasers, pencils, posters, bookmarks and more.  With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s a great time to stock up and remember the profit from sales comes back to the Library.  It’s a win/win situation.

Hopefully, your teacher has posted your homeroom's Attendance Schedule and updated your Google Classroom Calendar with the date and time you’re visiting.  We want and need you to come prepared to shop.

And don’t forget every time you make a purchase you get a free ballot for the daily 10-winner draw.  As well, the free ballot for the $50.00 draw was inside the Sneak Peak Flyer you should have received by now.  Make sure you bring it with you for the grand prize draw next Thursday @ 2:00pm.

See you there,

Mrs. Lister and the Book Fair Student Crew​


Volunteer Criminal Record Checks to cost $33 as of January 1, 2018

Volunteer Criminal Record Checks to cost $33 as of January 1, 2018

​Peel Regional Police have advised us that, as of January 1, 2018, Criminal Record Checks – Vulnerable Sector Check for adults, including those for volunteers, will cost $33; students and seniors will remain at the current cost of $25.  Processing of CRCs for volunteers is free until the end of December 2017, with Form A provided by the school.

 
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