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The school's newsletter is sent weekly during the school year to currently enrolled families. Are you a grandparent or relative, or a prospective family interested in what's going on in Blue Heron Elementary?
We hope our new website is an effective resource for our families and staff to find the information they need most. Here are a few tips and highlights as you explore our new site:
- Blue Heron Elementary and each campus now have separate websites from the district! Navigate to each of the campus sites by clicking on the Schools dropdown menu in the top right corner.
- Navigation is a little different than our previous site. Click on the three stacked lines in the upper right-hand corner to view the main navigation. This will be consistent whether you’re on a desktop or your mobile device so your navigation experience will be seamless.
- Each school has its own Parent Hub, Student Hub and Staff Hub which are intended to be a one-stop-shop for all of your go-to needs. You can look for important updates and announcements from Blue Heron here, so be sure to bookmark the Hub page relevant to you!
Grab a favorite book and hop on the reading train at Centennial Elementary! Students celebrated "I Love to Read" month by joining other classes for a trip down the track--the hallway of their school.
Centennial High School students are thinking about their career options in the building and construction trades today at "Construct Tomorrow."
Students at Golden Lake Elementary floated to the sound of crashing waves while reading their favorite book at the Beach Blast.
There was magic in the air in Ms. Twohy Lemay's kindergarten classroom at Centennial Elementary. Students made magic snow to play in and learned about woodland animals.
Do you have a kindergarten student or a student new to Centennial, or do you live outside the school district boundaries and are interested in attending our schools? Enrollment is now accepted for the 2024-2025 school year.
An essay by Olivia, Grade 5, Mr. Gutbrod's Class, Blue Heron Elementary: Read on about a fantastic opportunity you shouldn't miss...