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  • *NEW* Family Open Gym (ages up to 10)

    Drop in open gym for basketball will be available on Sunday nights from 6-8 pm at Centennial Middle School. Youth, or a group of youth must have an adult stay with them. Lower baskets will be available, as well as some small portable hoops for little ones. Bring a ball if you have one, or we will have some available to borrow. Parents that come to supervise and not play will not be charged.Pay at the door with exact change or check. $5 per youth or $9 per family.  DO NOT REGISTER ONLINE! Information listed here is FYI only. Pay at the door.
  • Archery Club (Grades 2-8)

    Explore archery as a lifetime sport while developing National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) target archery skills. Learn safe techniques and practices; acquire skills related to effective communication, cooperation, rules, and respect in a group; use practice to improve skills and reach goals; rehearse good sportsmanship and gain exposure to the value of natural resources and the outdoor community.
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  • CMS Ski/Snowboard Club (Grades 6-8)

    Ski and Snowboard Club will meet on the following Saturdays and ski/snowboard at Trollhaugen or Wild Mountain. Scheduled trips for the 2018-19 season:Saturday, December 8     Wild MountainSaturday, January 5         TrollhaugenSaturday, January 19       Wild MountainSaturday, February 2       TrollhaugenSaturday, February 9       Wild MountainPlease click here for Information, Rules and RegulationsRegistration:  Registration deadline is November 26 for the package price. Priority given to students registering for all five trips. Students may register for individual trips providing space is available. Registration for individual trips will be available until the Tuesday before the trip.There must be a minimum of 40 students to run this activity. After 50 students, registrations will be taken as long as there is space on available buses. Registrations taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. Fees:  Fees include transportation, chaperones, lift ticket and insurance.-All 5 trips:  $200 -Individual Lift Ticket and Transportation: $46Already own a season pass for Wild Mountain or Trollhaugen? Receive a reduced rate by contacting Community Education to register. Lessons (beginner only): We strongly encourage beginners to sign up for lessons. Free beginner ski and snowboard lessons are available at Trollhaugen and Wild Mountain. The day of the trip, students should check in with ski/snowboard adviser when arriving at the resort.Equipment: Students will be responsible for paying for their own rental of equipment once at the ski area. Ski and Snowboard rental packages are $21 at Wild Mountain and $20 at Trollhaugen. Rental package includes a helmet. If you wish to rent a helmet, they can be rented for $4 at Wild Mountain and $2 at Trollhaugen. Please bring your student ID if you are planning to rent equipment. Lockers are available for personal belongings at both resorts for a nominal fee.We are asking you to please make sure that all of your student’s equipment is properly labeled with his/her name. It would be helpful if you could bundle everything and put it in a ski/snowboard bag. This makes transportation and identification much easier.Transportation: We will leave the Middle School parking lot promptly at 3:00 p.m. on the day of the trip. Please stay with your student until the buses have arrived for loading.When you come to pick up your student(s) at the middle school, please DO NOT park in the loading area in front of the school. We need space to unload the buses. We will unload in front of the cafeteria entrance at approximately 10:00 p.m. Late pick up may result in your student being removed from the ski/snowboard club with no refund.Refunds: Refunds will not be given for students who miss a trip, however you can request a voucher BEFORE the trip is taken. Vouchers must be requested by the Wednesday of the trip week. No Refunds or Vouchers will be issued for students who have not communicated with the activities department before the trip.Mandatory Meeting: Students must attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, November 27 in the auditorium during their DS time to participate in ski/snowboard club.Chaperones:  We are seeking volunteer parent chaperones to go with Centennial staff. All parents interested in chaperoning should plan on attending an informational chaperone meeting on November 14 at 6 p.m. in the CMS Media Center.  Parent chaperones will be scheduled following the meeting.
  • Sports Mania (Ages 4-6)

    Sports Mania is a great way to try many different sport activities. In this six-week class, we will spend two weeks each on basketball, soccer, and floor hockey. Join in and have a great time, while learning some basic skills. Please bring a water bottle and dry tennis shoes.