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  • Fresh Connect Bucks County

    Fresh Connect Bucks County is a free year round farmers’ market bringing fresh, healthy food to our hungry neighbors in Bucks County.

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  • Composer in Residence

    Please join us for the World Premiere of Pathways by Gary A. Scott on May 24 at 6:30 p.m. at Log College Middle School

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  • Full-Day Kindergarten Registration for 2018-19 is Now OPEN

    We encourage you to register your child as soon as possible so you can receive important information about orientation and upcoming events.

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  • Attendance Information

    If your child is absent from school, the District will accept student absence notes to be emailed by a parent/guardian.

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  • REVISED CSD 2017-2018 Calendar

    The Board of School Directors approved the following snow make-up days: May 15, June 14 and June 15. Last day of school for Grades KG-11 will be June 15 and will be an early dismissal. Graduation was approved to take place, weather permitting, at William Tennent High School on Thursday, June 14 beginning at 4:30 pm with a rain date of Friday, June 15 at 4:30 pm.

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  • Congressman Fitzpatrick Visits Annual Fine Arts Festival

    Thank you Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick for returning to visit Centennial School District’s annual Fine Arts Festival closing event. Our students always appreciate your consideration and interest in their work and in support of Public Education. https://fitzpatrick.house.gov/

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  • CSD Ethics Hotline

    The CSD Ethics Hotline is a confidential Internet and telephone based reporting tool intended to give employees, students, and community members an anonymous and confidential way to address misconduct in the workplace or classroom setting.

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  • REVISED CSD 2018-2019 Calendar

    The Board approved revisions to the 2018-19 calendar. It is important for parents/guardians to know we have added (4) four 2-hour delay in-service days: November 1, February 4, March 11 and May 28. On these days, students will report 2 hours later than their normal start time.

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  • Reunions

    William Tennent High School Reunions

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  • CEF Shop From Home Fundraiser

    The Centennial Education Foundation (CEF) in partnership with ShopRite of Warminster proudly announce a Shop from Home fundraiser. This fundraiser can make your everyday life easier by bringing your groceries to you. In the process, you will be helping our students.

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  • CSD in the News

    Centennial School District is proudly featured in the area news each week. View recent and past articles, videos, and coverage of our academic programs, athletic teams, and the arts on this page dedicated to CSD in the news.

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About CSD

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    Since 1727, the Centennial community has valued educational excellence and innovation. Our district is rich in history, which is due both to its location in historic Bucks County and a continued commitment to educational excellence and innovation. Located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the Centennial School District is comprised of Warminster Township, Upper Southampton Township, and Ivyland Borough.  We have approximately 5,900 students in grades K-12. Our district has three elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school.  Each facility has state of the art resources and an emphasis on 21st century skills, global awareness, and innovative practices.  Our Planetarium and Special Experience Room, which is at our high school, now also includes a 21st Century Learning Lab that provides our students with state of the art technology experiences. Students at all levels utilize this creative learning space that brings concepts to life and provides meaningful learning experiences. Centennial is a key partner in planning educational programming and exhibits for the surrounding community.    

     

    The mission statement of Centennial School District is evidenced daily in our strong emphasis on academics, athletics, and the arts.  These programs have remained vibrant and robust, and we understand the importance of supporting students’ unique skills, talents, and passion for learning in a variety of areas.  Our traditions are centered on these three key areas, and every student has an opportunity to succeed.  A strong focus for our administrative team is creating safe and welcoming learning environments and implementing K-12 programs that focus on the unique qualities of every learner.  Our schools are connected, unified communities designed to inspire our students at every level.  Our CSD Pride is strong, and all stakeholders put students first every day, in every decision.  Our students are the future, and we excitedly anticipate the amazing accomplishments that will grow from our commitment to providing them the best educational experience.

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