Wednesday, August 17th Vulcan Ice Cream Social & Back to School Night 5pm-7pm       First Day of School - Thursday, August 18th!
Chargers...Charge On!

Welcome to Centerville


Message from the Principal
I am beyond excited to start another school year at Centerville.  Centerville Elementary is a one of a kind school where staff, parents, and community work together to ensure that ALL students reach their full potential.  I am proud of the many recognitions we have received, the experiences we provide for our students and the academic growth of our students.  We are fortunate to have a wonderful, hard working staff, respecful and kind students, and an extremely supportive PTA.  Together, we work together to ensure that our students Charge On everyday.  
Mrs. Hernandez

New Exciting Program! Dual language instruction starting at Centerville in 2016-2017 for incoming Kindergarten students.  Click here for a FAQ page about this wonderful new opportunity.

Chargers will be compassionate, life-long learners by: communicating effectively, taking risks, and
thinking critically to be prepared toward achieving college and career readiness.

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Students exhibit, through their actions, an understanding of the core value of Community of Caring:

1. Caring
2. Respect
3. Family
4. Trust
5. Responsibility

The Centerville Community believes that all children can excel at academics, social activities and citizenship.  Centerville students know we have high expectations and strive to meet all given goals.

1.  Promote, model, and recognize high standards and expectations for student attendance, behavior, and achievement.
2.  Encourage students to value learning and to view learning as a lifelong, worthwhile activity.
3.  Maintain a safe, orderly, and attractive environment that reflects an academic focus.
4.  Maintain a positive, cooperative, and resourceful rapport among staff, parents, administration, community, and students.
5.  Deliver a challenging standards based curriculum that integrates problem solving, listening, speaking, reading, and writing and provides powerful learning experiences for all students.
6.  Provide early intervention techniques for at-risk students.
7.  Promote and encourage parent involvement in their child's education.

Title IX compliance with CDE

Centerville Scenes
U.S. Department of Education
Blue Ribbon School 2010
California Department of Education Distinguished School
California Department of Education Title I Academic Achievement Award School
California State University Fresno Bonner Center for Character Education
OLWEUS Bullying Prevention Program
(Dads of Great Students)

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