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Fitness events planned for April 22

Fitness events planned for April 22 March 22
Community members have the opportunity to participate in two fitness events in the district on Saturday, April 22. Read More

Centerville eighth grader wins Dayton Area Spelling Bee

Centerville eighth grader wins Dayton Area Spelling Bee March 21
Scandium. It’s a rare chemical element and a word that many eighth graders wouldn’t know how to spell. But it was a winning word for Lane Schnell, an eighth grader at Magsig Middle School in Centerville. Read More

GET TO KNOW … Susan Ralston, Volunteer

GET TO KNOW … Susan Ralston, Volunteer March 20
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 … SUSAN RALSTON, Volunteer! Read More

Dates for scheduled 2-hour delays modified on 2017-18 school calendar

Dates for scheduled 2-hour delays modified on 2017-18 school calendar March 9
A few modifications have been made to the scheduled 2-hour delays for Centerville City Schools’ 2017-18 school year. Based on parent suggestions, the eight delays will now take place on Wednesdays throughout the school year (Aug. 30, Sept. 27, Nov. 1, Dec. 13, Jan. 24, Feb. 7, March 14 and May 9). Click here to view next year’s school calendar, which has been updated to reflect these changes. Read More

Centerville City Schools names Teacher of the Year

Centerville City Schools names Teacher of the Year February 28
Centerville City Schools recognized three middle school teachers during last night’s Board of Education meeting, including Sherry Kim, an English Language Arts teacher at Tower Heights Middle School, who was named the district’s 2017 Teacher of the Year. Read More

Centerville elementary schools continue to improve literacy education

Centerville elementary schools continue to improve literacy education February 10
Reading and writing have always been core lessons in school, but you may have noticed an increased focus on literacy over the past few years. In fact, just this month, you probably saw signs advertising literacy related events at some Centerville schools.  Read More

Elementary students learn techniques to help manage their emotions

Elementary students learn techniques to help manage their emotions February 6
Do you ever feel your child is struggling to control his or her emotions? Everyone experiences difficulties in emotional regulation from time to time, which has prompted John Hole, Normandy and Stingley Elementary Schools to adopt the Zones of Regulation curriculum building wide. Students are learning ways to develop their social and emotional skills by categorizing and communicating their feelings in a safe and non-judgmental way. Read More

Dayton Area Education Career Fair is April 29

Dayton Area Education Career Fair is April 29 February 1
If you're looking for a job in education, make plans to attend the Dayton Area Education Career Fair from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, 2017. You'll have an opportunity to meet with representatives from the Dayton area's top school districts! Read More

Centerville Education Foundation awards grants to Centerville teachers

Centerville Education Foundation awards grants to Centerville teachers January 24
Twenty-four teachers in Centerville City Schools recently were awarded grants from the Centerville Education Foundation. Read More

Centerville eighth grader named ‘Hero of Character’

Centerville eighth grader named ‘Hero of Character’ January 11
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. Read More

Career Education Program prepares students for life after high school

Career Education Program prepares students for life after high school January 12
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. Read More

Scheduled 2-hour delays

Scheduled 2-hour delays December 22
The 2016-17 school calendar includes eight, scheduled, two-hour delayed start days to eliminate a full day off in September. The scheduled delays will be on Aug. 30, Sept. 15, Oct. 5, Nov. 1, Jan. 13, Feb. 1, March 7 and April 28. Read More

Student Enrollment Center

Student Enrollment Center September 15
Centerville Schools has a Student Enrollment Center, allowing families to register all their school-age children at a single location, located in the District Board of Education Office at 111 Virginia Ave. Read More