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  • Centennial Regional High School | Greenfield Park

    News & Upcoming Events Revised - Message to Parents-Guardians Nov. 17, 2022 50th 2022-2023 - School Calendar Revised - Message to Parents-Guardians Nov. 17, 2022 1/8 Centennial Chargers Daily Bulletin Virtual Tour Gymnasium Gymnasium Gymnasium Gymnasium 1/5 Auditorium Auditorium 1/1 Library Library Library Library 1/11 Music Classroom Music Classroom 1/1 Student Support Center Student Support Center 1/1 Science Lab Science Lab 1/1 Weight Room Weight Room Weight Room Weight Room 1/5 Resource Room Resource Room 1/1 Cafeteria Cafeteria Cafeteria 1/2 About Us Centennial Regional High School (CRHS) is a co-ed comprehensive public high school located in Greenfield Park. The school opened in 1972 and was named to commemorate the centennial anniversary of Canada's confederation. There are over 1,000 students that attend the school each year. The school's strength and value is derived from its culturally diverse student body and staff. Centennial maintains a strong and rich intercultural tradition and continues to promote mutual respect and understanding among their students, staff and community. Photo of Centennial taken in 1982.

  • Contact Us | Centennial Regional High School

    Contact Us 450-656-6100 crhs@rsb.qc.ca 880 Hudson Greenfield Park, QC J4V 1H1 Send us a message First Name Last Name Email Write a message Submit Thanks for submitting! Administrative Team Sherry Tite Principal STite@rsb.qc.ca ext. 6707 Nurin Somani Vice-Principal nsomani@rsb.qc.ca ext. 6690 Mervin John Hunter Vice-Principal mhunter2@rsb.qc.ca ext. 7283 Marcella Paula Sealey Administrative Supervisor msealey@rsb.qc.ca ext. 7279 Laurie Sauve Executive Secretary lsauve@rsb.qc.ca ext. 6057 Bonnie Parsons Office Agent bparsons@rsb.qc.ca ext. 6712 Office Agent Shannon Blue sblue@rsb.qc.ca ext. 6718 Secretary Madison Hynes MHynes@rsb.qc.ca ext. 7610 School Organization Technician Annie Laufer alaufer@rsb.qc.ca ext. 6704 Student Activities Technician Jessy Herron jherron@rsb.qc.ca ext. 7234

  • Centennial Chargers

    Practice Schedule FALL SEASON Cross Country Golf Girls Field Hockey Boys Soccer Girls Flag Football WINTER SEASON Boys & Girls Basketball B Basketball G Basketball B Basketball 2 B Basketball 1/3 G Volleyball B Volleyball G Volleyball 1/2 Boys & Girls Volleyball Badminton Curling SPRING SEASON Track & Field B Flag Football G Flag Football B Flag Football 1/2 Boys & Girls Flag Football

  • Parent Committees | Centennial Regional High School

    Parent Participation Organization (PPO) The goal of the Parent Participation Organization (PPO) is to support our school by raising funds for worthwhile causes such as scholarships, Student Support Centre ( E-100), sports, and student activities and materials. In addition to organizing the Annual Artisan Craft Sale, the PPO contributes to the success of Open House, Academic Awards, and teacher appreciation. CRHS PPO meeting dates for the 2022-2023 school year: PPO Committee January 10, 2023 May 09, 2023 PPO Sub Committee - Craft Fair November 08, 2022 November 22, 2022 November 29, 2022 (to be confirmed) Please note that all meetings are held at CRHS PPO FUNDRAISER-FUNDSCRIP: Group Code: JW23UE This year, PPO will be raising money for the purchase of 2 new scoreboards for the Centennial Gyms. PPO FUNDRAISER PROJECTS More information to come...

  • Governing Board | Centennial Regional High School

    Governing Board Established by the MELS Education Act, our governing board meets monthly to discuss issues related to the school's Educational Project as well as general items, educational services, community services, and physical and financial resources. The Governing Board makes decisions that are deemed to be in the best interest of our students. The board is composed of students, parents, teachers, administrators, and community representatives. Eight parents sit on the CRHS Governing Board, each for a two-year term. Four parents’ terms expire each year, requiring the election of four parent members on an annual basis. To be eligible, you must be the parent of a child attending CRHS. Parents who are interested in active involvement in the life of the school are encouraged to run for election in September. ​ GOVERNING BOARD MEMBERS FOR 2022-2023 CRHS Governing Board meeting dates for the 2022-2023 school year: VOTING MEMBERS: Peter Gils - Chair Monica Reyes - Vice-Chair David Fournier - Parents' Committee Rep. Daisy Alcindor - Alt. Parents' Committee Rep. Irene Costamis - Parent Janice Candish - Parent Laila Prud'homme - Parent Samantha Chiu - Parent Heather Grow - Teacher Ronny Jacob - Teacher Nadia Landry - Teacher Marie-Jade Roy - Teacher Lorraine Starnino - Teacher Elyssa Zemel - Teacher Barry Dobbs (Alt) - Teacher Aron Rosenzweig - Support Staff TBD - Support Staff Neela Parsnani - Parent Alternate Jessica Pichette - Parent Alternate NON-VOTING MEMBERS: Sherry-Lynne Tite - Principal Marcella Sealey - Administrative Supervisor M.M. Johnson - Community Rep. Marisa Ward - Community Rep. Christina Semper - PPO Rep. Date October 17, 2022 Location: TEAMS Secretary: L. Prud’homme November 21, 2022 Location: TBC Secretary: M. Rayes December 19, 2022 NO MEETING January 16, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: D. Alcindor February 20, 2023 NO MEETING March 20, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: I. Costamis April 17, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: S. Chiu May 15, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: J. Candlish June 19, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: C. Semper

  • Evaluation & Reporting Schedules | Centennial Regional High School

    Evaluation & Reporting Sec 1 & 2 Evaluation and Reporting Schedule 2022-23 Sec 3 Evaluation and Reporting Schedule 2022-23 Sec 4 Evaluation and Reporting Schedule 2022-23 Sec 5 Evaluation and Reporting Schedule 2022-23

  • TAG Program | Centennial Regional High School

    TAG Program Centennial’s Accelerated Group program (TAG) has a long-standing tradition of producing top students who are academically prepared for higher education. The TAG program nurtures the growth of talented and gifted learners. It fosters their unique abilities, talents, and interests by implementing a differentiated curriculum that offers students opportunities to aspiring to reach high academic achievement and stimulate their intellectual curiosity. TAG students are offered endless opportunities to enhance their skills through participation in events beyond the classroom. Past events include the Commonwealth Essay Competition, Poetry Competitions, Regional, Provincial and International Science Fairs, Mathematics Competitions, and Leadership Camps. Centennial’s Accelerated Group Program consists of two different options: Math & Science Option The TAG Math & Science option is designed to provide the best possible preparation for CEGEP study in science re-lated fields. Students enrolled in the Math & Science option will be accelerated in both Math and Science, and will have a competitive advantage by taking CEGEP based curriculum courses while in high school. For more information please contact: Mr. Barry Dobbs - bdobbs@rsb.qc.ca or Mr. Brandon Rogers - brogers@rsb.qc.ca or TAG Math & Science Option Curriculum: Cycle 1 Year I (grade 7) • Math 106-206 Accelerated • Science et Technologie 104-204 Accelerated • Geographie et Histoire • French Enriched or Français Cycle 1 Year 2 (grade 8) • Math 306 Enriched • Science & Technology 306 Enriched • Geographie et Histoire • French Enriched or Français Cycle 2 Year 1 (grade 9) • Math 406 (sec. IV MEES exam) • Science & Technology 404 (sec. IV MEES exam) • Histoire for students in Français Cycle 2 Year 2 (grade 10) • Math 506 • Chemistry 504 • Biology 504 (CEGEP prep course) • Histoire for students in Français Cycle 2 Year 3 (grade 11) • Advanced Chemistry 504 (CEGEP prep course) • Math Topics/Calculus 506 (CEGEP prep course) • Physics 504 • Monde contemporain for students in Français Liberal Arts Option The TAG Liberal Arts option is an enriched program that focuses on the Arts and Social Sciences curriculum as a way to develop ana-lytical and critical thinkers. The Liberal Arts option creates a stimulating environment that promotes collaboration, leadership, and creativity. For more information please contact: Ms. Jennifer Goodall - jgoodall@rsb.qc.ca TAG Liberal Arts Option Curriculum: Liberal Arts Option starts in Cycle 1 Year 2 (Grade 8) Cycle 1 Year 2 (grade 8) • English Language Arts 206-306 Enriched • History 304 Cycle 2 Year 1 (grade 9) • History 404 (Sec. IV MEES exam) • English Language Arts 306 - with Advanced Creative Writing Cycle 2 Year 2 (grade 10) • English Language Arts 406-506 Enriched • C-World Accelerated Cycle 2 Year 3 (grade 11) • 506 MEES Exam • Liberal Arts Seminar (Art History, Independent Research Project & Philosophy) • History of Genocide & Sociology

  • Faculty&Staff | Centennial Regional High School

    Faculty & Staff Last Name First Name Email Address Website Alleyn Suzanne SAlleyn@rsb.qc.ca Andreoli Anthony AAndreoli@rsb.qc.ca http://mrandreoli.weebly.com Antonucci Alexandra AAntonucci@rsb.qc.ca Assaf Helen HAssaf@rsb.qc.ca Athanasiou Ioanna AAthanasiou@rsb.qc.ca Audet-Paquette Emilie EAudet-Paquette@rsb.qc.ca Barrasso Alexandra Mariah ABarrasso@rsb.qc.ca Bejar-Pachas Giovanna GBejarPachas@rsb.qc.ca Benton Scott SBenton@rsb.qc.ca Blood Tiffany TBlood@rsb.qc.ca Blue Shannon SBlue@rsb.qc.ca Bourgeois Ariane ABourgeois2@rsb.qc.ca Bremner Deborah DBremner@rsb.qc.ca Brum Grace GBrumDaPonte@rsb.qc.ca Byrns Brenda BByrns@rsb.qc.ca Caron Lindsay LCaron@rsb.qc.ca http://mscaron.pbworks.com Chartrand Cathy CChartrand2@rsb.qc.ca Cherizard Valerie VCherizard@rsb.qc.ca Clark Amanda AClark@rsb.qc.ca Clarke Charlene CClarke@rsb.qc.ca Cook Jeffrey JCook@rsb.qc.ca Coyne Susie CCoyne@rsb.qc.ca Dalzell Neal NDalzell@rsb.qc.ca De Francesco Hailey HDeFrancesco@rsb.qc.ca De Liamchin Alana ADeLiamchin@rsb.qc.ca http://adeliamchin.pbworks.com Di Lallo Andrea ADiLallo2@rsb.qc.ca http://msdilalloscience.weebly.com Di Michele Eric EDiMichele@rsb.qc.ca Dobbs Barry BDobbs@rsb.qc.ca Dunn Bonnie BDunn@rsb.qc.ca Ecoffet David david.ecoffet@rsb.qc.ca Edayanjilil Debbie DEdayanjilil@rsb.qc.ca Fortier Nathalie NFortier@rsb.qc.ca Galley Wendy WGALLEY@rsb.qc.ca Gardner Lindsey LGardiner@rsb.qc.ca Gavris-Baciu Camelia CGavris-Baciu@rsb.qc.ca Giocondese Olivier OGiocondese@rsb.qc.ca https://tinyurl.com/4hh5fxay Goodall Jennifer JGoodall@rsb.qc.ca Graham Greg GGraham@rsb.qc.ca Gresham Cathryn CGresham@rsb.qc.ca Griffith Melissa MGriffith@rsb.qc.ca Grow Heather HGrow@rsb.qc.ca Gruenefeld Kim KGruenefeld@rsb.qc.ca Guestier Dominique DGuestier@rsb.qc.ca Hanan Naeemul NHannan@rsb.qc.ca Harvey Chantal CHarvey2@rsb.qc.ca Hepworth Sabrina SHepworth@rsb.qc.ca Herron Jessy JHerron@rsb.qc.ca Houle Marie Josée MHoule@rsb.qc.ca Hunter Mervin MHunter2@rsb.qc.ca Iliescu Ligia LIliescu@rsb.qc.ca Jacob Ronny RJacob@rsb.qc.ca Joncas Catherine CJoncas@rsb.qc.ca Jones Peggy PJones@rsb.qc.ca Joyce Kylie KJoyce@rsb.qc.ca Jumoorty Reshad RJumoorty@rsb.qc.ca Kefalas Anna Margaret AKefalas@rsb.qc.ca Kestler Dan to come Kleonin Eric EKleonin@rsb.qc.ca Kozlowski Carrie-Anne CKozlowski@rsb.qc.ca Lalonde Melissa MLalonde@rsb.qc.ca Landry Nadia NLandry@rsb.qc.ca Languay Michael MLanguay@rsb.qc.ca Lapointe Jeremy JLapointe2@rsb.qc.ca Laufer Annie ALaufer@rsb.qc.ca Lauzon Nathalie NLauzon@rsb.qc.ca Lavigne Martin MLavigne@rsb.qc.ca Logan-Chesney Erik ELogan-Chesney@rsb.qc.ca Logeswaran Mithula MLogeswaran@rsb.qc.ca MacCaul Tamara TMacCaul@rsb.qc.ca MacPherson -Barrans Norine AMacPherson-Barrans@rsb.qc.ca www.beelievers.pbworks.com Maglia Nadine NMaglia@rsb.qc.ca Marchildon Suzanne SMARCHILDON@rsb.qc.ca Margalith Sharon SMargalith@rsb.qc.ca Martin Bobby RMartin@rsb.qc.ca Martindale Rebecca RMartindale@rsb.qc.ca http://rmartindale.pbworks.com/ Mayer Sylvain SMayer@rsb.qc.ca Mcmullin Louise LMcMullin@rsb.qc.ca Mimeault Michelle MMimeault@rsb.qc.ca Mirarchi Ralph RMirarchi@rsb.qc.ca Mirza Rakhshinda RMIRZA@rsb.qc.ca Moein Navid NMoein@rsb.qc.ca Morrissette Patricia PMorrissette@rsb.qc.ca Naseer Hafsa HNaseer@rsb.qc.ca Paraskevas Christopher Jude CParaskevas@rsb.qc.ca Parsons Bonnie BParsons@rsb.qc.ca Patenaude Chloe CPatenaude@rsb.qc.ca Philion Robert RPhilion@rsb.qc.ca http://www.rphilion.weebly.com/ Poirier Joanne JPoirier@rsb.qc.ca Pope Robin RPope@rsb.qc.ca Poulin Stéphanie SPoulin2@rsb.qc.ca Pupo Maria Luisa MPupo@rsb.qc.ca Rioux Martine MRioux@rsb.qc.ca Roberge John JRoberge2@rsb.qc.ca Roberge-Renaud Elaine ERoberge-Renaud@rsb.qc.ca Rodgers Brandon BRodgers@rsb.qc.ca Rosenoff Valerie VRosenoff@rsb.qc.ca Rosenzweig Aron ARosenzweig@rsb.qc.ca Roy Marie-Jade MRoy3@rsb.qc.ca Sauve Laurie LSauve@rsb.qc.ca Sawyers Donna DSawyers@rsb.qc.ca Sealey Maracella MSealey@rsb.qc.ca Segal Phil PSegal@rsb.qc.ca Somani Nurin NSomani@rsb.qc.ca Soumas Marino MSoumas@rsb.qc.ca St-Cyr Véronique VSt-Cyr@rsb.qc.ca St-Hilaire Jessica JSt-Hilaire@rsb.qc.ca Starnino Lorraine LStarnino@rsb.qc.ca Stevens Kevin KStevens@rsb.qc.ca Straub Patrick PStraub@rsb.qc.ca Stusio Greg GStusio@rsb.qc.ca Tam Clifford CTam@rsb.qc.ca http://mistertam.weebly.com/ Taylor Deborah dtaylor@rsb.qc.ca Thanopoulos Odysseas OThanopoulos@rsb.qc.ca Tite Sherry STite@rsb.qc.ca Tully Melanie MTully@rsb.qc.ca Vachon Erika EVachon@rsb.qc.ca Valentini-Baller Ashley Tess AValentini-Baller@rsb.qc.ca Vieira Kayla Marie KVieira@rsb.qc.ca Viner Xanthe XViner@rsb.qc.ca Vivier Michelle Lee MVivier@rsb.qc.ca Walsh Anna Katherine AWalsh@rsb.qc.ca http://www.akbwalsh.weebly.com/ Webb Lesley LWebb@rsb.qc.ca Wright Arianne AWright@rsb.qc.ca Yamine Marc MYamine@rsb.qc.ca https://www.youtube.com/user/DoubleMshowTV Zemel Elyssa EZemel@rsb.qc.ca Website Website Website Website Website Website Website Website Website Website Website

  • WOTP Prework | Centennial Regional High School

    WOTP Prework Work Oriented Training Pathway (WOTP): Prework What is WOTP Prework? In the context of the diversification of learning paths for students, the Work Oriented Training Path (WOTP) enables young people with learning difficulties to pursue their studies through adapted instruction in different contexts and to obtain certification through qualified training which prepares them for the job market. (MEES) WOTP Prework is a cohort-structured pathway. It is a three-year program with the possibility for students to remain until age 21. Who should apply? - Students who are 15 years old by September 30th. - Students who have not successfully completed English and Math - Students whose report card or Individualized Education Plan (IEP) shows that the Prework program is the most likely to meet their interests, needs, and abilities. WOTP WOTP WOTP WOTP 1/7 Why Centennial WOTP? - Small student-to-teacher ratio - Regular academic and social support - Real-world work experience within local community businesses - Possibility of job placement after studies - Community partnerships - Development of work skills needed for employment - Curricular and extracurricular field-trips and opportunities for socialization - Builds autonomy, self-awareness, and self-confidence Each student participates in academic, work-placements, and special projects based on their interests and abilities. Students are encouraged to be fully engaged in various school activities and clubs. What is the aim of the work-placement stage? From the Ministry of Education: The aim of the work-placement stage is to help students construct their occupational identity, adopt behaviors and attitudes required in the workplace and foster their gradual integration into the workforce, by offering them the opportunity to develop work-related competencies in actual work settings. They will also gain a better understanding of employers' requirements and their need for competent, reliable workers. (MEES) Students' work placements are a valuable part of their CV and demonstrate their ability to strive in the workplace. The work-placement stages - Students are placed in one of 129 different government-approved training programs according to their interests and abilities - Year 1: In-House work opportunities and community volunteerism - Year 2: 300 hours of real-world stage placements - Year 3: 600 hours of real-world stage placements - Fully supported workplace integration and travel-training - Regular support and supervision at work-place - Builds competencies, attitudes, and behaviors necessary in the work-place Upon successful completion of the Centennial WOTP program, students will have a completed Portfolio that includes the following: - Employability skills - Resume & letter of intent - Letters of recommendation - Work-placement evaluations - Interview strategies - Job retention strategies WOTP Prework Learning Outcomes - Attestation Diploma of work experience from the Ministère de l'Éducation et Enseignement supérieur (MEES) - Access to the job market - Continue education For more information, please contact: Nurin Somani Vice Principal NSomani@rsb.qc.ca ext. 6690

  • School Supply List | Centennial Regional High School

    School Supplies Secondary 1 -School Supply List centennial_regional_high_school_secondary_1__2022-2023.pdf Secondary 2 -School Supply List centennial_regional_high_school_secondary_2__2022-2023.pdf Secondary 3 -School Supply List centennial_regional_high_school_secondary_3__2022-2023.pdf Secondary 4 -School Supply List centennial_regional_high_school_secondary_4__2022-2023.pdf Secondary 5 -School Supply List centennial_regional_high_school_secondary_5__2022-2023.pdf