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  • *NEW* 6th Grade CMS Cheer

    This course is an introduction to competitive cheerleading. Learn many things such as healthy living, sportsmanship, teamwork, community involvement, dance, tumbling, cheers, stunting and more! We will be attending one competition in Maple Grove on Sunday, January 26. Families will be called upon to volunteer for a fundraising event. Plans are still being made for fundraising opportunities.  Girls will also perform in a district-wide cheer show on January 30th at Centennial High School.Fees: Price includes practice space, coaches, uniforms for competition, competition fee, and a bow. Other apparel will also be needed, at an additional cost. Required apparel will be approximately $95, which covers poms, shoes, spandex, body liner and t-shirt. A backpack and warm up apparel will also be available as an optional purchase. Practices: Friday nights starting October 4 from 6-8 pm, mainly at the Centennial High School/West Campus-Cafeteria. Due to school activities there could be some exceptions. Please contact Cori Sendle at csendle@isd12.org for financial assistance information. Coaching Staff:Abbie-Jo Peterson is the head coach for the 6th grade program and assistant for the 7th/8th grade program. She is excited to see how the team can grow throughout this season. Abbie-Jo was a Centennial cheerleader from 2010-2016, and was part of the Middle School, Junior Varsity, and Varsity teams.Rachel Dwinells is the assistant 6th grade coach. She was a cheerleader for five years from grades 6-10, and previously coached for the Centennial School District. She cannot wait for the season to start and make memories!
  • *NEW* Boys Basketball Skills Sessions (Entering Gr. K-12)

    Join Coach Frasier and the Varsity basketball staff for skills sessions. These sessions are centered around skill development of the player at their skill level. These sessions are designed to help the player work on their game throughout the summer.  Shooting, dribbling, scoring moves, reading the defense, playing defense, teamwork, etc. are things that will be emphasized and worked on throughout the summer. You cannot pay per session. Each player pays the one-time fee and attends as many sessions as they are able. 
  • *NEW* Conquer Summer Camps (Ages 6-13)

    This week-long camp is perfect for the ninja in your family. Campers will learn style and technique on our obstacles and be able to apply their skills towards fun ninja games, obstacle courses, and warped wall challenges. Week-long camps run all summer long. 
  • *NEW* Cougar Boys Shooting Camp (Entering Gr. 4-8)

    This camp centers around making your shot better. Work with Varsity Basketball Coach Frasier and the Varsity basketball staff on all aspects of shooting, footwork and competition. Start with 20 minutes of instruction each day followed by time to focus on getting up as many shots as you can, and enjoying the game of basketball with friends. There will be many fun games and contests to be a part of in this camp.
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  • 7-8th Grade CMS Cheer

    Competitive cheerleading is the name of the game. We will work on and learn many things such as healthy living, sportsmanship, teamwork, community involvement, dance, tumbling, cheers, stunting and more!  Practice: Two practices a week on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6-8 p.m. starting August 27 (no practice Aug 29), at Centennial High School-Cafeteria, with a few exceptions due to school activities. In October, we'll add a 3rd practice on Monday nights in order to prepare for three competitions and state in February. Parent meeting: Monday, May 6, 6:30 p.m., Centennial Middle School-Cafeteria. Fees: Registration fee includes practice space, coaches, uniforms for competition, and a bow. Additional fees of $75 will be collected for competitions. Other apparel will also be needed at an additional cost. As community is important to our program, we hope to be working closely with our high school team to be part of a football game in the fall. Families will be called upon to volunteer for a fundraising event. Plans are still being made for fundraising opportunities. Girls will also perform in a district-wide cheer show on January 30th at Centennial High School. Please contact Cori Sendle at csendle@isd12.org for financial assistance information. *Sport physical required for 7th and 8th grade students. Deadline to register is August 1. No refunds thereafter.Coaches:Allison Powers: Head coach for 7/8th grade program and hopes to share her passion for cheerleading and community with her athletes. Allison was a Centennial cheerleader from 2009-2015 and through these years was on the Middle School and Varsity teams. Abbie-Jo Peterson is the head coach for the 6th grade program and assistant coach for the 7/8th grade program. She is excited to see how the team can grow throughout the season. Abbie-Jo was a Centennial cheerleader from 2010-2016 and was part of the Middle School, Junior Varsity, and Varsity teams. 
  • 7-8th Grade CMS Cheer Apparel Orders

    Centennial Middle School Cheerleader required uniform items. Returning cheerleaders do not need to order new pieces unless items from last year do not fit. Shipping costs are included in pricing. If you order the wrong size and need to exchange, additional shipping costs will apply.We do have a few new pairs of shoes left from last year for $20.  Sizes include 5, 7, and 8. Please contact CSendle@isd12.org if you are interested. However, please note that shoes this year are a different style.Order deadline is Friday, September 6, 6 p.m.Sizing Chart
  • Centennial Basketball Academy Private Training (Grades 3-8)

    May 2019-August 2019 PARTICIPANTS: Centennial Basketball players who are entering grades 3rd-8th for the 2019-2020 school year. Grab a small group of friends and spend time this off season growing your skills together.PURPOSE: To work individually with players in a small group setting to build their skill level, challenge them to higher level thinking, and build their confidence surrounding the game of basketball. All in a fun, positive, and competitive atmosphere that pushes the players to be the best that they can be.WHEN: The sessions start in May 2019 and go through the end of August 2019. These sessions will be held in the Centennial School District gyms. Please contact Coach Frasier to set up your sessions.STAFF: Centennial Boys Basketball Head Coach Dave Frasier. Contact info: CentennialBasketballAcademy@gmail.com or 612-597-3288*NOTE PRICING IS PER PERSON. EACH PERSON MUST REGISTER INDIVIDUALLY. LIST THE PLAYERS IN YOUR GROUP DURING CHECKOUT SO WE CAN MATCH YOU UP. Number of People inTraining Session Rate per hourper person 5 SessionsPer Person 10 SessionsPer Person 2 $45 $215 $405 3 $40 $180 $360 4 $35 $165 $315 5 $30 $140 $270 6-10 $25 $120 $225 10+ Rate includes 15 minute phone call with player and/or parent outside of training time to discuss what skills they want to cover in the training sessions.
  • Cougar Football Camp (Entering Gr. 6-8)

    Learn the Cougar offense, a few new wrinkles, and the 4-2-5 Defense used at all levels of play in the high school. The camp will help players get a head start on the season.  Camp includes t-shirt.Participants in grades 6-7 signed up with CYFA for fall 2019 tackle football can attend camp for free, but must register.  Those not registered with CYFA, camp fee $75.
  • Fall Recreational Soccer Program (Grades K-5)

    Recreational soccer program is designed to introduce age-appropriate, individual-technical development and the tactical concepts of soccer to children in kindergarten through 5th grade. These skills taught in a fun, safe and rewarding environment that helps players to develop both physically and emotionally. All players over the course of the season will have equal playing time. In addition, players can expect to play every position over the course of the season. Goalkeepers will be introduced at the 2/3 grade level. Teams are formed by age, some gender specific, some co-ed.  All players receive a game t-shirt, basic photo package, and participation medal as part of the registration fee. Practices take place on Tuesday nights. Games begin August 24. Generally, K will play between 9 and 11; 1st grade between 10 & noon; 2/3 between 9 & 11; and 4/5 between 11 and noon. Please wear soccer cleats, and shin guards. Bring a soccer ball (K-1 size 3, grades 2-5 size 4).Location: Rice Lake Elementary-southeast soccer fieldsDates:  Tuesdays and Saturdays, Aug 17-Oct 12 (No games Aug 31)Kick off: August 17 - come meet the coaches, get your uniform, and get in a bit of play time. The first practice will be Tuesday, August 20; the first games will be Saturday, August 24.Early bird special - register before July 1 and save $20! Regular price $90.Are you interested in being a coach?  Coaches begin on Tuesday, August 13 with a coaching clinic with Instructor Kenny Hills and his staff. The clinic is designed to help coaches learn techniques to help their players better grasp technical skills and their tactical understanding of soccer. The clinic is formatted for each age group and is not compulsory, but useful for all coaches to gain ideas for their own practices. Coaches who have a player in the program will receive a discount on fees. Please indicate when registering if you are interested in coaching.
  • Mini Cheer Clinic (Gr. K-5)

    Your Mini Cougar will learn and perform cheers with the Varsity cheerleaders during part of the October 11 Centennial home football game vs. STMA.  They will also welcome the football team with the Cougar sign at the beginning of the game and perform a routine during halftime. Registration fee includes poms, cheer bow, snack during the clinic and child game day entrance fee. Guardians/spectators need to pay admission to game.Wear comfy athletic clothes and tennis shoes, and bring a water bottle. 
  • Mom and Me Football Challenge (Entering Gr. 2-5)

    Time for moms to get out of the stands and spend some time on the turf. Sign up for our 3rd annual Mom and Me Football Challenge. During the hour, mom and sons will participate in a number of contests, some involving skill, while others will just be for fun. Moms or other adult females are welcome to attend. For completing this skills challenge, moms will be rewarded with a special edition t-shirt (women's cut). If boys attended football camp they can wear their camp shirts. Bring a water bottle.  Rain date of August 6 if needed.  Must register by July 22 to be guaranteed a t-shirt.
  • Skyhawks Soccer Camp (age 6-12)

    Designed for beginner and intermediate players, this camp focuses on dribbling, passing, shooting, and ball control. Using a variety of skill-based games, athletes are able to practice skills constantly over the course of the week while having FUN! Put all of your newly learned skills to use during our World Cup tournament the last day of camp. Participants should wear appropriate clothing and bring two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. 
  • Skyhawks Volleyball Camp (ages 7-12)

    All aspects of volleyball taught through drills and exercises that focus on bumping, setting, hitting, and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginning and intermediate player. Our staff will assist campers in developing fundamental skills through game-speed drills and daily scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player. Participants should wear appropriate clothing and bring two snacks, and a water bottle. 
  • Tennis Lessons (entering grades 1-7)

    Have fun while discovering the sport of tennis. Young children will experience the important movements involved in tennis while engaging in entertaining activities. One-week sessions will be an introduction to tennis with lots of fun activities. If you're looking for a more advanced/in-depth experience, try the second week session. As players advance, they will learn forehand, backhand, volleys, and serving fundamentals. We'll be using curriculum and equipment provided by the USTA Net Generation. However, feel free to bring your own tennis racquet. Wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes, and bring a filled water bottle. Rain make-up, if needed, will take place on Friday.
  • Youth Cougar Football Camp (Entering Gr. 2-5)

    Designed for tackle football players. This camp features offensive instruction including technique play for quarterbacks, running backs, receivers and lineman. Defensive instruction includes technique play for interior lineman, linebackers, ends and defensive backs. Kicking game skills will also be covered. Participants will be divided into groups according to age. Come in comfortable athletic clothing and tennis shoes, helmet, other equipment not needed.  Bring a water bottle with your name on it. Camp includes a t-shirt and instruction by high school football coaches and players.  There is no charge for this camp for Centennial Youth Football Association (CYFA) members enrolled for the fall 2019 tackle season; however, you must register through Centennial Community Education to attend camp and receive a t-shirt.For non-CYFA members camp price is $60. Please select the session that correlates with your child's grade level.
  • Youth Fall Volleyball League (Gr. 3-5)

    A fun and instructional league emphasizing basic skills such as passing, setting, and serving as well as game concepts and strategies. Learn through games and drills used to develop skills, increase knowledge of strategy, and a love of the game. Wear comfortable clothes, tennis shoes and bring a water bottle. Please indicate t-shirt size when registering. Numbers permitting, teams will be formed by school. Please indicate school and grade when registering. Games held at Rice Lake or Centennial Middle School on Monday nights starting October 14. Registration deadline is September 9. Registrations accepted after if space permits.Dates: Sept 23-Nov 4Games: MondaysPractices: Tuesdays or ThursdaysPrice: $99. After Sept. 9 price goes up to $109 We are looking for volunteer coaches. Coaches will set practice nights. If you are interested in coaching, please contact csendle@isd12.org.  
  • Youth Golf Camp (Entering Gr. K-8)

    Golfers with little or no golf experience will discover the essentials of how to swing, drive, chip, and putt. Learn the rules of golf from teeing off to chipping and putting and everything in between. Spend time each day at the driving range and on the putting green. Learn proper etiquette. Bring golf clubs, shoes, and wear comfortable clothes (dress for the weather as we play in light rain). Golf camp will only cancel if there is thunder and/or lightning. Chomonix has limited clubs to rent. Meet at clubhouse for each session. Fee includes a drawstring bag.