Thankfully, things have changed for the better at this school. The 2012-2013 school year brought in a new principal. I spoke with him specifically regarding the bullying issue that had been mentioned to me by a neighbor. My daughter has excelled in this school. They offer advanced classes and there is a strict curriculum. I have been impressed by the administrator! My daughter has not complained once about bullying being an issue in school. She had a few issues on the VB team, but nowhere else. She loves her teachers and says that she sees the principal daily in the halls, and in the classrooms. I am as involved as I can possibly be with my child's education.
gang violence, drugs, indifferent administration, this school delivers!! take your sons and daughters out of here immediately !!!! the gangs have control of this school. your children are in danger k.p.walsh
This school has great teachers and classes, but, as mentioned, has a serious safety and discipline problem. Hardly a week goes by when there is not a violent fight, and some days there are up to three. Students use any excuse they have to try and beat each other up. The majority of students are good kids, but they are constantly being tormented and dragged down by certain kids. The principal makes no effort whatsoever to control the kids. I am starting to question whether or not I am safe at this school.
My daughter has had a great experiences as a 6th grader. All of her teachers are wonderful, dedicated, and in tune to my child. She has embraced Art and Math club, and has participated in numerous sports. Couldn't have asked for a better start to Jr. High.
Centennial has been a blessing for my daughter. The teachers and administrators are wonderful and are always willing to help. My daughter has done well academically and socially. She loves playing sports and being active in clubs. We enjoy listening to her and the other children sing at the concerts. Excellent work, Centennial!
My child was without a Spanish teacher or a qualified substitute for the majority of the semester. At a recent jazz band concert which my wife and I attended the choir & jazz band were continually interrputed by the students and the teachers (setting up a volleyball net!) The principal was there (visiting)but made no effort to control the situation. Mr. Salvador made a vain attempt. The band teacher called an early end to the concert and left in tears. As parents of 5 daughters that have attended casper Schools we have never witnessed such a lack of control or caring.