Centerville High School

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  • Update: Schools and offices will remain closed on Tuesday, July 16, and will reopen on Wednesday to allow time for additional clean up and complete power restoration.

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The Leader in Me

  • The Leader in Me

     

    CHS is a 'Leader in Me' School! 

    'The Leader in Me' is aligned with best-in-class content and concepts practiced by global education thought leaders. It provides a logical, sequential and balanced process to help schools proactively design the culture that reflects their vision of the ideal school. 

    'The Leader in Me' Website

    STUDENT LEADER IN ME SURVEY

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  • Centerville High School

    "At Centerville High School we work together to develop academic potential,

    to instill leadership qualities, and to provide a safe and friendly learning environment." 

     Centerville School Front

    Accredited by  Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

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CHS News

  • 2019-20 Student Fees

    Posted by Tammilee Kelly on 6/25/2019 11:00:00 AM

    Student Fees

    The link is a downloadable document

    2019-20 School Fees

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  • Orientations and Summer School

    Posted by Tammilee Kelly on 6/25/2019 10:00:00 AM

    ORIENTATIONS - All in New Gym

    July 30, 2019

    10th - 12th Grades   9AM

    7th - 8th Grades   10AM

    6th Grade   11AM

     

    August 1, 2019

    9th Grade   11AM

     

    SUMMER SCHOOL 

    August 1, 2019: 8AM - 12noon

    4th and 8th from this past year that did not score at least Approaching Basic on the LEAP for Math or ELA. Parents will be notified once scores come in.

     

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Character Counts!

SMP CyberSAFE

  • Scam-Free Vacations

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 5/23/2019

    In her article Make It a Scam-Free Vacation, Lisa Lake from the Federal Trade Commission offers steps to prevent your dream vacation from becoming a nightmare.

    First: Do your homework.

    • In addition to getting recommendations from family and friends, do some online research on travel companies, hotels and agents with the words scam, review, or complaint. 
    • Consider extra costs.  Resort fees and taxes can add $50 or more to a nightly hotel cost.
    • Before you book, read the cancellation and refund policies for any destination.
    • Only buy travel insurance from a licensed agent.
    • Bring a copy of the trip confirmation details, including the rate and extras you were promised.

    Second: Be travel smart.

    • Don't pay for "prize" vacations. No real company will ask you to pay for a prize--and be careful about booking with a resort or timeshare offer, which may include the need to pay taxes or fees, plus high-pressure sales pitches. 
    • Don't sign anything until you know what you are getting.
    • Use a credit card, which gives you more protection than paying with cash or a debit card.

    Third: Protect your identity.

    • Take only the IDs and credit/debit cards you really need.  Also, make copies of these, too, and carry the copies in a separate location so that you can more easily report lost or stolen cards.
    • Bring a copy of your insurance card. 
    • Don't assume a Wi-Fi hotspot in a hotel, restaurant, or airport is secure. Avoid using mobile apps that require personal or financial information or use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service. 

     

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  • SMP CyberSAFE Archives

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 1/13/2016

    CyberSAFE
    See past postings at the SMP CyberSAFE archives page.

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