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Centerville eighth grader named ‘Hero of Character’

Centerville eighth grader named ‘Hero of Character’

(updated: Thursday, January 12, 2017)

Hannah Matthews, an eighth grader at Watts Middle School in Centerville, was recently chosen by the Character Council of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the “Heroes of Character” Award. “Hannah’s greatest gift is respect for herself and for others,” said... Read More


Career Education Program prepares students for life after high school

Career Education Program prepares students for life after high school

(updated: Wednesday, January 11, 2017)

Centerville High School students are getting a leg up when it comes to preparing for college and careers with the opportunity to enroll in courses offered through the Career Education Program. “Career education has really changed over the past 10-15 years,”... Read More


GET TO KNOW … Lorrie Golden, IMC Aide at Driscoll Elementary

GET TO KNOW … Lorrie Golden, IMC Aide at Driscoll Elementary

(updated: Wednesday, January 11, 2017)

Throughout the year, we’ll be introducing some of the great teachers, administrators, staff members, students and volunteers in our district. Today, let’s get to know … LORRIE GOLDEN, IMC Aide at Driscoll Elementary! Tell us about your job. As an IMC Aide... Read More


Centerville Schools increases pay rate for substitute teachers

Centerville Schools increases pay rate for substitute teachers

(updated: Thursday, January 5, 2017)

The Centerville Board of Education approved an increase in substitute teacher pay, raising the daily rate to $115, effective Jan. 9. “Over the past few years, the economy has improved, and we have noticed a decline in the number of available... Read More


Cline Elementary bus riders share kindness with community member

Cline Elementary bus riders share kindness with community member

(updated: Friday, December 16, 2016)

It started with a simple wave between Frank Zecchini and Lisa McGlaughlin.  “My bus route cuts through Frank’s neighborhood every day,” said McGlaughlin, who has been a driver for Centerville City Schools for three years. “He would sit on his porch... Read More


2016 inclement weather information

2016 inclement weather information

(updated: Tuesday, November 8, 2016)

November 8, 2016 RE: ANNOUNCING AN INFORMATIONAL MESSAGE or a SCHOOL CANCELLATION/DELAY due to inclement weather Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s): Many of you have already experienced a message from The Education Connection (TEC) when your student’s bus routing information was relayed for the 16-17... Read More


2017-18 school year to start one week later for Centerville students

2017-18 school year to start one week later for Centerville students

(updated: Tuesday, October 25, 2016)

The Centerville Board of Education approved the 2017-18 academic calendar during their meeting last night, and students will be heading back to school a week later than in recent years. The first day of school for students will be Aug. 16,... Read More


Academic Volunteers give back

Academic Volunteers give back

(updated: Saturday, October 29, 2016)

After sending four children and six of her 10 grandchildren through Centerville City Schools, plus spending 22 years as a bus driver, Karen Balk has given plenty of time to the district. Yet, she has chosen to continue giving back... Read More