THE CENTENNIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 
BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS
 
SCHEDULED MEETINGS FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR
The pdf links below will open the agenda or the meeting minutes.
The Video links below will play the video of the meeting.
 

AUGUST 2014

JANUARY 2015

pdf   19 - Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 19 - Video

pdf  13 – Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 13 - Video

 

pdf   27 – Cancelled Due to Inclement Weather

 



SEPTEMBER 2014

FEBRUARY 2015

pdf   9 - Regular Meeting Minutes
Video  9 - Video

 

pdf   23 - Work/Regular Meeting Minutes

Video  23 - Video

pdf    2 –  Cancelled Due to Inclement Weather

pdf  10 – Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 10 - Video

 

pdf  24 – Work/Regular Meeting Minutes

Video  24 - Video



OCTOBER 2014

MARCH 2015

pdf  14 – Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 14 - Video

 

pdf  28 – Work/Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 28 - Video

pdf  10 – Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 10 - Video

 

pdf  24 - Work/Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 24 - Video



NOVEMBER 2014

APRIL 2015

pdf  11 – Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 11 - Video

 

pdf   25 – Work/Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 25 - Video

pdf   7 – Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 7 - Video

 

pdf  21 - Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 21 - Video



DECEMBER 2014

MAY 2015

pdf    1 – Reorganization Meeting Minutes
Video  1 - Video

 

pdf    9 – Regular Meeting Minutes

Video   9 - Video

pdf  12 – Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 12 - Video

 

pdf    26 – Work/Regular Meeting Minutes

Video  26 - Video




JUNE 2015


pdf   9 – Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 9 – Video

 

pdf  23 - Work/Regular Meeting Minutes

Video 23 - Video

 
All residents are encouraged to attend School Board meetings and to become more involved in the decisions which affect you and our students.
The Centennial School Board believes in and is committed to the principle that there should be resident participation at all School Board meetings.
 
The following guidelines govern resident participation:
  • Opportunities for community comment are provided at the beginning and end of each meeting. Residents are also encouraged to speak briefly concerning any matter under discussion by the Board during the course of the meeting, when recognized by the Board President.
  • The privilege to address the Board does not extend to non-residents. If non-residents wish to bring an issue to the attention of the Board, they should write a letter to the President expressing their concern. This letter will be distributed to all Board members in the Board Information Packet.
  • Speakers shall identify themselves by stating their name and address.
  • Presentation is limited to approximately two minutes per person. Should any resident require more time, contact should be made with the Superintendent in advance of the meeting.
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