Clubs & Activities
Sponsor: James Fletcher
The Academic Team is offered to students who seek an intellectual challenge, personal growth, and the benefits of team membership. Practices will be held every Monday, after school, starting in November. Matches will begin in January.
Advanced Theatre Arts
Sponsor: Crystal Krachtt
Advanced Theatre Arts produces one play each semester and participates in the Fall Middle School Theatre Festival. This class meets during their scheduled class and after school for rehearsals, as needed. The Advanced Theatre Arts class is only available to 8th graders. To participate in the class, students must have taken Theatre Arts 1 and/or 2 in 7th grade and must audition in the Spring of 7th grade.
The ELL Tutoring Club is an opportunity for ELL students to receive extra after-school support with homework. NHS students from Broken Arrow High School will be tutoring our ELL students on a volunteer basis. Tutoring takes place on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s in room 203, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The first session will begin toward the end of September, once students are settled and familiar with their school routine.
Sponsor: Shannon Palmer
Mathcounts is a math club to encourage higher level thinking and competing abilities. All students are welcome at all meetings.
National Junior Honor Society
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) members demonstrate excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, character, and citizenship. NJHS helps student leaders get an early start in active citizenship and service.
NJHS meeting dates this year will usually be on the second Friday of each month at 7:30 a.m. in the drama room, room 123.
2016-2017 Meeting Dates:
Friday, September 9
Friday, October 14
Friday, November 11
Friday, December 9
Friday, January 13
Friday, February 10
Friday, March 10
Friday, April 14
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Sponsor: Ashley Jackson
Consists of 6th, 7th, & 8th graders, this club encourages students to lead a drug-free life. A mandatory drug test is required of each student.
Sponsor: Rhonda Farris
Student Council is an organization that gives students the opportunity to be leaders, organize school events, and to help with activities in the community. Student officers must be in 7th or 8th grade, but all students may serve as representatives. Interested students should plan to attend all meetings, help with fundraisers and community activities, and should be a leader throughout the school. Students should maintain a “C” average in all classes and always demonstrate acceptable behavior.
Technology Student Association
Sponsor: RoxAnna Bolding
The Technology Student Association (TSA) is the national co-curricular CareerTech Student Organization for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) students. TSA chapters take the study of STEM beyond the classroom and give students the chance to pursue academic challenges among friends with similar goals and interests. Together, chapter members work on competitive events, attend conferences on the state and national levels and have a good time raising funds to get there. Chapter organization develops leadership, as members may become officers within their state and then run nationally. TSA chapters are committed to a national service project and are among the most service-oriented groups in the community.
Any student enrolled in Technology Engineering is a member of TSA and may be actively involved while enjoying the benefits of TSA membership including:
Student Leadership - students elect local chapter officers to establish chapter priorities and activities.
Contact with business - competitive events and classroom speakers provide students with a connection to the world of business and industry.
Students receive national recognition - through the achievement program which recognizes student achievements in community, school, and volunteer activities.
Teaches Civic Responsibility - a national service project award allows chapters to volunteer their efforts to help with a national concern.
Sponsor: Emily Wilson
In an effort to encourage the development of positive character traits in students, T.I.G.E.R. Challenge is based on five core values: tenacity, integrity, gratitude, expectation and respect, all of which create lifelong student success embodying culture and kindness. It promotes the positive values encouraged by tenants the program with high moral character development that will last beyond the high school years. Some of T.I.G.E.R. Challenge responsibilities at Centennial include spreading recognition throughout the building, random acts of kindness, anti-bullying, welcoming new students, and other various projects to promote a positive atmosphere. Our main goal is to create a welcoming and positive culture on our campus. Membership is open to all Centennial students.