Students At Centennial High Plans and Execute Service Projects

 Teresa Carson

 
October 1, 2019

Centennial High School has been chosen to participate in a national student leadership program called Lead4Change, to plan and execute community service projects

Students At Centennial High Plans and Execute Service Projects

 Teresa Carson

 
October 1, 2019

Centennial High School has been chosen to participate in a national student leadership program called Lead4Change, to plan and execute community service projects

Hygiene for Humanity Grant Winners

 Corlyn Voorhees

 
June 5, 2018

Centennial High School students won several thousand dollars to finance their food pantry and upgrade school computers in a national community service competition.

Hygiene for Humanity

 Olivia Harms

 
February 16, 2018

This school year Centennial FBLA member's have created a new community service project helping homeless students in the Centennial school district have access to hygiene products.

Food for Families

 Jake Arnold, OSBA

 
August 28, 2017

The new year school is just around the corner and our new schedule for Food for Families and day distributions have been made.  Our FBLA members are excited to participate and donate some of their time to our community. 

National State Champions

 Jake Arnold, OSBA

 
July 3, 2017

Students Katee Early and Makaila Susi earn first place in the Community Service Project at nationals.  Through hard work and the help of their classmates and the support of the school board they have achieved success in Food for Families and their community service project.

Sen. Wyden visits Centennial High for town hall

 Josh Kulla, The Gresham Outlook

 
Spetember 25, 2015

 

U.S. Senator Ron Wyden held a town hall meeting Friday at Centennial High School, where he took questions from students and adults, alike, as well as took the time to honor Centennial's Future Business Leaders of America members who recently were featured in the Outlook for their work in creating a mobile food pantry out of an old school bus.

New food pantry rolls through Gresham​

Jodi Weinberger, The Gresham Outlook

 

Seeing a big yellow school bus roll down the street is typically a sign that school’s in session, but students at Centennial High School have given it a different meaning.

 

Members of the Future Business Leaders of American (FBLA) organziation at the high school have repurposed an out-of-work school bus to be a mobile food pantry for the community.

Centennial HS students turn old bus into food bank

Cathy Marshall, KGW News

 

Centennial High School business students spent the past year converting an old school bus into a mobile food bank.  "We call it Food for Families," said Patricia Juarez. "People are so thankful."

 

Monday, the students distributed 1,000 pounds of vegetables, produce and bread to more than 40 families.

Centennial High goes big with annual food drive

Posted by  Lisa K. Anderson

 

By the estimates of Centennial High School students, it will take 1,700 boxes of food to fill a school bus.

 

This is the goal as the student council and Future Business Leaders of America kick off Centennial’s annual canned food drive Thursday, Nov. 13, and running through Tuesday, Nov. 25.

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