The Centralia School District will be celebrating Homecoming on Friday, October 5th . School will be in session on this day, and we have many students who will be participating in the parade that afternoon. Students which will be participating on school-sponsored floats will be dismissedto the gymnasium to get organized for a walk to the high school. The students will be dismissedat 1:25 and escorted to the high school by their coach/sponsor.
These groups include:
Student Council – MS Cheerleading – MS Softball – MS Cross Country – MS Volleyball –MS Football
The students in these groups will be under the supervision of middle school personnel before and during the parade. At the conclusion of the parade the floats carrying these students will come to the middle school in order to release school for the day.
Parents who wish to have their students released to participate in the parade, with groups other than the middle school groups listed above, must sign their student out from school in the Chester Boren Middle School office. We understand there will likely be many students who will be participating in the parade for other groups and organizations, and we encourage them to do so. However, these students will not be allowed to leave school unless they are collected by their parent/guardian or a designated supervisor.
Any parent wishing to allow their child to be released to another adult for the parade must complete the Centralia School District Release Form accompanying this letter. This release form must be submitted to Mrs. Motley or Mr. Gordon in the Chester Boren Middle School main office no later than Thursday, October 4th . Forms received on the day of the parade will not be approved, requiring parents to collect their students from school to participate in the parade. These students are essentially released from school and need to be sure to have means of getting home after the parade. The schools will dismiss at 3:12.
Please contact the Chester Boren Middle School office at 573-682-2617 if you have any questions.