CHS Senior Awards Ceremony June 2nd at 6pm!
Drive in/Walk in Graduation!
We are excited to announce a “Drive in/Walk in” graduation event on Wednesday June 3, 2020 from 12 – 6:30 pm at the Centennial High School stadium. (If it rains, we will use the auditorium.) The event is designed to be safe, healthy and honor our graduates.
Each graduate can bring up to 4 family members with them. We will adhere to the state’s Guidance On 2020 Graduation. No more than 25 participants in one location with at least 6’ distance maintained between participants. In-person graduation gatherings require us to communicate the following expectations:
- If you are sick or have a family member sick with symptoms resembling the flu or coronavirus, stay home.
- Vulnerable people, such as those with underlying conditions and older adults should stay home.
- Maintain a physical distance of at least 6 feet during any gathering.
- Wear a face mask.
Staggered start times (by last name) to achieve social distancing. Please arrive promptly at your assigned time.
- A – Berry 12:00 pm
- Bessarab – Cross 12:30 pm
- Crosse – Garcia Cux 1:00 pm
- Gardner – Hernandez 1:30 pm
- Hernandez Gonzalez – Kim 2:00 pm
- King – Lunceford 2:30 pm
- Lund – Molina 3:00 pm
Break 3:30 – 4:00 pm
- Monges – Parkhotiuk. 4:00 pm
- Payne – Rodriguez 4:30 pm
- Romain – Sowell 5:00 pm
- Sparks – Underwood 5:30 pm
- Valdez – Zurita 6:00 pm
Vehicles or walking groups should enter on the north side of the school near the main office. All groups will be stopped at the gate near the tennis courts. They will then drive down the road to the stadium. After parking, the graduate and family will get out and head to the track in front of the stadium.
The graduate’s name will be read. They will walk across the stage in their cap and gown and pick up their diploma jacket. There will be a photographer who will provide a free portrait to each graduate.
Graduates will also be able to pick up their diplomas, final transcripts, and a graduation program.
We will post a virtual graduation celebration after the event has finished so that you can share with other family members and friends.
Class of 2020 We Love you and are proud of you!
Congratulations to these Black/African American students with GPAs above 3.5! Please click here to view the May 20th edition of the Portland Observer.
Shout out to both Edwin Ntiranyibagira and Matthew Vu who participated in the Student Voice Event!
” I felt like I had a chance to give feedback to educators from all over the state.” –Edwin
Please check the Centennial School District website – www.csd28j.org – for the most up to date information regarding the closure.
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