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CCS Virtual Christmas Tree Fundraiser

CCS Virtual Christmas Tree Fundraiser

CCS Virtual Christmas Tree Fundraiser Help us fill the tree with ornaments to support Centennial Christian School this Christmas season! Click below to begin! CCS Virtual Christmas Tree Fundraiser    

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CCS Connector is here!

CCS Connector is here!

Welcome to our first edition of the CCS Connector - a newsletter for our community, alumni, and supporters! In this issue you'll find write ups on our blog and Strategic Plan, a word from our Principal, spotlight on alumni, a historical highlight, ways to get...

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Welcome! 

Welcome! 

Welcome to our NEW Centennial Christian School website! You will find that our new website is a great reflection of our community – bright, creative, and welcoming! We are so excited to tell our story through this new space and hope it reflects the excitement we have...

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Diamond the Runaway Hamster -Tim Block

Diamond the Runaway Hamster -Tim Block

It was our privilege as the Grade 1 and 2 CREW to include Diamond, our class Hamster, in our learning journey. Being a Creation Enjoyer and Earth Keeper included caring for the needs of this rascal of a hamster. I asked Diamond to write up a reflection on his...

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The Great Outdoors

“For since the creation of the world, God’s invisible qualities – his eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made…” Romans 1:20 NIV Once a week, our kindergarten class walks to Howe Creek to learn in and from...

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Thank you

Thank you

A big stone was dropped in the middle of our community.  At first, we saw the splash, and then the ripples started: A father devastated. A driver traumatized. A partner and family crushed. First responders and clean-up crews heartbroken. A coroner distraught. Friends...

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“How does my dog keep me warm?” – Grade 3

In our grade 3 classroom, we began the month of February with a unit on thermal energy. As with most of our units, we start by gathering questions. Questions range from “How does my dog keep me warm?” to “What if we had no sun?” This inquiry process helps us know what...

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