The Robert L. Pearce Award honors excellence in education and community leadership. The award recognizes the hard work and dedication of superintendents and their contributions to Missouri students.
This year's Pearce Award was awarded to R. Stephen Green, Superintendent with the Kansas City Public Schools.
The award was established in 1987 by Richard and David Pearce, principals of the Pearce Corp., a Missouri architectural firm specializing in school buildings.
Superintendent Darin Ford was recently nominated along with eight other Missouri superintendents for the Robert L. Pearce Award at the Missouri Association of School Administrator's Spring Conference at The Lodge of Four Seasons.
The track meet for March 26 at the High School has been canceled and will not be rescheduled.
Centralia High School will be holding Parent Teacher Conferences on Thursday, March 19th from 4pm-7pm in the high school cafeteria. Feel free to come by during that time and pick up your students gradecard and visit with any teacher you would like.
Centralia High School Blood Drive
12:00pm – 5:30pm
Held at the High School
(please note the site change from First Christian Church)
Your Blood Donation Can Make a Significant Impact
This year’s winter weather has taken its toll on blood donations, both regionally and across the country. The Red Cross is seeing an urgent need for blood donors with all blood types. As of today, approximately 800 blood drives across 27 states were canceled across the U.S. due to the snow and extreme cold. The blood drive cancellations resulted in a shortfall of blood and platelet donations.