We are currently enrolled in fourth grade and pulling our daughter out to homeschool until next year. We are lucky enough to be able to do so, and I feel awful for those parents that are stuck. Last year we had Mr. Raney who was wonderful considering the poor administration. The principal nor the office administration have responded to any emails regarding our concerns. They no longer assign homework nor do they have any book reports. They do not practice their fundamentals, and our daughter has lost almost all basics that she did well at before this year. We are regretful that we waited so long to pull her out, but because of our great experience last year, we held out hope for change way too long. Next year we will be able to put her in a better public school. Oh, and since we emailed our concerns, we have been removed from the school's contact list. We no longer receive updates, announcements, etc. Highly unprofessional and upsetting. Please don't get stuck here like we did. Put your kids somewhere where the teachers and admin aren't lazy and are concerned for your children's future.
Centennial Elementary is the best place to grow, learn, and develop. I am so glad that we are here. There are so many kind and wonderful teachers. The school is clean. The teachers are kind, caring, compassionate, educated, prepared, and knowledgeable in their subject areas. The administration is consistent and makes a point to know our children. The office staff is friendly and communicates well with parents. The computer, art, music, and P.E. programs offer wonderful learning experiences for our kids. The learning is rigorous and staff make every attempt to allow our student the best possible situation for learning and growing. We wouldn't want to be anywhere else.