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  • "We 4C Brighter Futures!" 

    Critical Thinking * Communication
    Collaboration * Creativity  

     
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  • Americorp
     

    Friday, September 12th, marked the 20th anniversary of Americorps, a national program designed to encourage and support volunteers to serve toward bettering America and our communities. Two AmeriCorps volunteers who work with our students were sworn in at the Anderson City Municipal building following a speech by Mayor Terence Roberts and a live-streaming swearing in by President Obama and former president Bill Clinton. We are so thrilled to have Mrs. Haley Corn and Mr. Ricardo Benitez as our AmeriCorps volunteers!


     
     
     
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    supporting grant(s) written by Centerville Teachers. 
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  • Local Churches and Organizations 

    Support Centerville Students
     
    Newspring  
     Left to RightRiley Cummings (Anderson Campus Pastor), Travis Chapman (Principal of Centerville Academy), Haley Ramsey (Assistant to Anderson Campus Pastor), Cliff Craig (Associate Campus Pastor), Matt Bailey (Next Steps Director)

    Centerville Academy of 21st Century Learning recently received a $2,500.00 donation from NewSpring Church to help support its Need Children Fund. This money, along with donations from Temple Baptist Church’s Hope Delivered group and Modern Woodmen of America, will be used to help children and families that are financially unable to provide school supplies and other necessities needed for success in the classroom. “It is truly amazing the generosity shown by this community. There is no limit to what can be accomplished when a community comes together to support our future. It has been said that it takes a village to raise a child and we are blessed to live in such a compassionate and generous community,” commented Travis Chapman, principal of Centerville Academy of 21st Century Learning. 


     
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  • Teacher of the Year
    2014-2015
     
    Janet Madden
     
     Janet Madden

     
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