Tuesday, Dec 12th, 2017


NEWSWEEK TOP HIGH SCHOOLS FOR LOW-INCOME STUDENTS

"BEATING THE ODDS 2015"

US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT "AMERICA'S BEST HIGH SCHOOL'S"

2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

 BUSINESS WEEK "TOP PERFORMING LOW INCOME SCHOOLS IN COLORADO"

39TH RATED SCHOOL IN COLORADO

CDE ACCREDITED WITH DISTINCTION

2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR

Hail Centauri Falcons. Our teams

 are known throughout the land.

We’ve got the best schools in the

nation, forever fearless we will

stand.  Centauri’s red and white

colors.  Forever victorious we’ll fly. 

Our mighty teams will go on winning,

because we’re from Centauri high. 

GO RED, GO WHITE, GO TEAM

FIGHT FIGHT!!



CALENDAR OF EVENTS

AUGUST:

31 Football home with Rye 7pm 

SEPTEMBER:

2 Volleyball HOME tournament All Day

2 Cross Country @ Leadville 

4 LABOR DAY NO SCHOOL

7 Cross Country @ Woodland Park

7 Volleyball @ Del Norte JV @ 4:30, Varsity @ 5:30

8 A DAY OF SCHOOL TO REPLACE LABOR DAY  

8 Football HOME with Pagosa Springs 7pm

9 Football JV @ Pagosa Springs 11am

9 Cross Country @ Alamosa

13 Sport Pictures (Football and Cross Country)

15 Football @ Olathe 7pm

15 Cross Country @ Durango

16 Volleyball @ Alamosa and Cortez JV @ 9, 10 Varsity 1:30 and 3pm

19 Volleyball @ Monte Vista C @ 4, JV @ 5, Varsity @ 6

22 Football @ Buena Vista @ 7:00pm

23 Volleyball @ Pagosa Springs C @ 4, JV @ 5, Varsity 6

23 Cross Country @ Pagosa Springs 

25 P/T Conference 4pm - 7pm

27 P/T Conference 4pm - 6:30pm

28 Volleyball HOME match with Sargent C @ 4:30, JV @ 5:30, Varsity @ 7pm

30 Volleyball Home Triangular with Monte Vista nd Bayfield JV and Varsity

30 Football JV @ Questa @ 1pm

30 Cross Country @ Salida 


Visit this link for current sports and activities schedules 


Attachment:
 Sport Schedules
 



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SUPPLY LISTS FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES

Life Science/Biology - Mrs. Genesio - Three ring binder with six dividers, loose leaf paper, Pen, Pencil, Personal pencil sharpener, colored pencils 24 count, two different color highlighters, meteric ruler, 3X3 sticky note pad

Physical Science - Mr. Parrish - Blue/Black pen, Pencil, Loose leaf paper, Notebook

Chemistry/Anatomy - Mrs. Parrish - Paper/Notebook, Pencil, Blue/Black pen, Scientific calculator                       AP Chem - Notecards

Building Trades - Mr. Christensen - Pencil, Notebook, Safety Glasses, Shop Attire (no loose bagging clothing,       no opened-toe shoes), Building Trades 2-4 need materials for personal projects

Spanish - Mr. Forster - Notebook, Folder, Pencil

Computer Applications - Mr. Creel - Notebook, Writing utensil

Senior English/English Standards - Mrs. Crowther - Blue/Black pens, Notebook, Two different highlighters

Senior Composition/Sophomore English - Mr. Longfellow - Senior Comp - Notebook and binder with loose leaf paper, Soph Eng - 2 Composition notebooks

Junior English - Mr. Miller - 2 Notebooks (one for notes and one for assignments), One small Websters dictionary

Freshmen English - Mrs. Heimstra - Notebook, Blue/Black pen, Three ring binder with five dividers, Composition notebook, Set of four highlighters

Transition - Mrs. Espinoza - Pencil, Notebook or binder with loose leaf college ruled paper, Reading book

Intregated Math 3/PreCalculus - Mr. Huffaker - Pencil, Notebook or loose leaf paper, enough for all year

Intragrated Math2/Calculus - Mrs. Muniz-Salazar - Pencils, good eraser, Composition notebook for notes, Notebook/loose leave paper for assignments, Color Pencils, Red Pen

Intregated Math 1 - Mrs. B. Shawcroft - 2 Notebooks, 2 Dry erase makers, Pencils, Graph paper, Compass and protractor

History - Mr. Chase - Notebook and Pen/Pencil 

History - Mrs. Bechaver - Loose leaf paper and Blue/Black pen 

Teen Choices - Mrs. Bechaver - Composition note, Loose leaf paper, Pencil

Band - Mr. Wellmann - Pencils, Supplies for instrument, Instruments may be checked out at school, there is a limited number of instruments available

Choir - Mr. Wellmann - Folder or Binder for issued music