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Centennial Elementary

Centennial Elementary
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2609 Ventura Drive
Plano, TX 75093
Phone: (469) 752-0700
Fax: (469) 752-0701

Principal Sara Stewart
Assistant Principal Leigh Ann Earnhart
Counselor Alison Leven
School Hours 7:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Enrollment 515
School Colors Red, white and blue
Mascot Comets
Motto Excellence, tradition, promise, future, legacy

Directions to School

From Dallas North Tollway: Park Blvd. Exit – east to Ventura, north on Ventura to the school.
From Central Expressway: Park Blvd. Exit – west to Ventura, north on Ventura to the school.


Texas Education Agency earned accountability rating of Distinction Designation in mathematics, reading, science and student progress; NCEA's "Just for the Kids" Higher Performing School award; A top-three state finalist in 2008 for Elementary Teacher of the Year for Texas; PTA Gold Performance 2012, 2013; Best PTA in PISD in 2012.

Campus Programs

Multiple student leadership involvement opportunities; Try-athlon competition (Academics/Fine Arts/P.E.) Citizen of the Month; College Week recognition; Collin County Adventure camp (5th grade); Colonial Day; Cultural Arts Day; Texas Day; Good Morning Centennial (GMC) broadcasting; Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) program for identified gifted and talented learners; English as a Second Language (ESL); WordMasters (advanced vocabulary work); MathRocks (program for accelerated learning); PASAR (after-school childcare program); school-wide community outreach projects; district curriculum project competitions, i.e. science fair, Spelling Bee; safety patrol; Shoebox Science take home activities; spirit assemblies; Student Leadership; tutorial program; Students Thinking of Peers (S.T.O.P.); author visits; family picnics; field day; 5th grade choir; PTA after school enrichment programs.

Parent Involvement Opportunities

SBIC (School-Based Improvement Council); Key Communicators; Book fair; Cultural Arts Day; Lunch with Loved Ones; Donuts for Dad; Muffins with Mom; family picnics in the spring and fall; field day; library helpers; room parents; field trip chaperones; cabin parents at Collin County Adventure camp (5th grade); and multiple PTA/school volunteer opportunities.

Community/Business Partnerships


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