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September 08
School Operational Plan - Full Plan and Summary Documents
September 01
Return to School - What to Expect?

​Please see links below to access Province of NB videos on school and bus settings.

School: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5SrP6ZW7jc&feature=youtu.be​

Bus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piWQuSVNIZw&feature=youtu.be​

Additonal video - mask usuage and expectations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aq_72maTMzI&feature=youtu.be​

Covid-19 Back to School Information - At Home Checklist

COVID19 At Home Checklist.pdfCOVID19 At Home Checklist.pdf

July 27
Centreville Community School Operational Plan 2020 - 2021

​We are currently working on our school operational plan. If you have specific concerns that you would like to see addressed in the plan and its summary, please contact the school at 276-4000 and leave a message or e-mail the school at centrevillecommunity@nbed.nb.ca.

Thank you for your input on keeping our students safe throughout the upcoming school year.

June 22
Summer Contact Information

No one is available in our office from June 29th until August 24th. Please leave a message on our voicemail or email centrevillecommunity@nbed.nb.ca.and someone will get back to you. Messages are checked infrequently over the summer months so, there may be a delay. 

Be well and stay safe! 

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June 12
Report Card Information

As you have probably heard, a final report card will be issued evaluating your child’s progress up until the closure of schools on March 13, 2020. These report cards will be ready for pick-up June 17th to 19th. However, in order to control the flow of traffic and ensure for social distancing, report card pick-up will be organized by grade level as follows:

  • Wednesday, June 17th - K Arbeau, K Pearson, Grade 1 Robinson, Grade 2 Debertin
  • Thursday, June 18th  – Grade 3 Thomas, Grade 4 Monteith, Grade 5 Niles
  • Friday, June 19th – Grade 6 Robinson, Grade 7 Hitchcock, Grade 8 Foster

Tables will be set up in the school lobby and pick-up will take place between 9am and 1pm each day. At this time families are also asked to return any remaining items that belong to the school, for example: library books, school uniforms, textbooks and school based technology (iPads).

We ask that you appreciate the 2-meter social distancing requirement that needs to be respected at all times. Visitors will be asked to enter though the school’s main entrance and will be required to leave through a designated door. The entrance and exist will be clearly labelled.

Parents or guardians planning to pick up report cards for multiple children are asked to attend on the designated day of their youngest child.

May 19
Wellness Challenge - Draw Date: June 3rd!

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April 30
Message from administration

Families are being given the opportunity to visit the school to gather personal belongings. However, due to restrictions that are in place, this visitation is limited to 10 minutes and to specific dates and times. These visitations will take place between 10am and 2pm each day from May 4th through May 7th. This schedule, along with specific guidelines, will be posted on the school website. The visitation schedule is as follows:

  • ​Monday, May 4th – K Arbeau, Grade 1 Robinson, Grade 3 Thomas, Grade 6 Robinson
  • Tuesday, May 5th – K Pearson, Grade 4 Monteith, Grade 7 Hitchcock
  • Wednesday, May 6th – Grade 2 Debertin, Grade 5 Niles, Grade 8 Foster
  • Thursday, May 7th – additional day allocated for scheduling conflicts

We ask that you appreciate that there may be “wait times” as there is a limit of 2 visitations per classroom at any given time. The 2-meter social distancing requirement needs to be respected. Each family will only be allowed 1 parent or guardian and 1 student per classroom visit. Visitors will be asked to enter though the school’s main entrance and will be required to leave from the side or rear of the building. These exists will be clearly labelled.

Parents or guardians planning to pick up personal belongings for multiple children are asked to attend on the designated day of their youngest child. Upon arrival, when signing in, please notify the staff member that you need to visit multiple classrooms. Regardless of having multiple children, you will only be allowed to visit 1 classroom with 1 child at a time. Remaining children will be asked to wait at a designated area by the office. Parents are welcome to collect items without children should they be confident in what they are collecting. Families are not required to pick up personal items and should not feel obligated to do so. There will be no social element to this visitation and unfortunately no opportunity to catch up with teachers and other staff members that may be present.

If there is a scheduling conflict, parents or guardians are asked to contact the school via phone message to arrange another time to visit but please note that we are limited to the May 4th to May 7th dates at this time.

Your cooperation during this process is greatly appreciated!​

Update: belongings will be ready and stored in hallways outside K-2 homerooms for easy pickup starting Monday. Parents or guardians of students in grades 3-8 will gather belongings from lockers and classrooms. Garbage bags will be available.​

April 06
Message from Administration

Every Monday, starting on Monday, April 13th, families will be able to visit our CCS website and find the learning opportunities for the week. Families can expect for a teacher to call or email their home once a week. The last few weeks have been very confusing with lots of information coming from the government about education. We want to stress that CCS teachers and staff were hearing the information at the same time as the general public. With that in mind, we want to thank you for your patience as CCS educators try to make sense of this new reality. As we move forward, families and students will have three (3) ways to connect with school staff.

 1. Through our website you will find at the very top of the page a link to a Request to Connect form. You can complete and submit the form and the staff member will call you.

2. You can always call 276-4000 and leave a message. A staff member will return your call.

3. You can call 1- 506 -461- 4100 and leave a message. A staff member will return your call.

 The CCS Twitter page and school website will continue to be active with weekly updates and ideas to follow. Please keep checking in. Be well and stay safe!

 Christopher G. Sparrow, BA., B.Ed., M.Ed.

Acting Principal


April 06

The New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD) and Anglophone School District West (ASD-W) are providing all students in grades 3-12 with access to an online service called Microsoft Office 365 (O365). This service has several tools or apps that can help students learn, create, and share with others.

Additional information is in the attachment below along with student log in information.

O365 ASDW Info for Parents and Guardians.docxO365 ASDW Info for Parents and Guardians.docx

ASDW Student Password Reset document.pdfASDW Student Password Reset document.pdf

February 28
Cafeteria Menu - March 2020
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