Centerville Public Schools

  • New Bingo Boards for PreK-5th Graders

    Posted by Mark Garber on 3/26/2020

    Hello to all of the elementary students. Ms. Hotz, Mrs. Mavencamp and Mr. Garber are hoping you are enjoying working on creating a blackout for the boards. We have two more boards available for you to work on also. Stay busy and have fun with them.

    New Specials Bingo Boards

    Art Step by Step Drawings

    Drawing Videos

    Video on How to make the Guitar

    Cereal Box Guitar

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  • Google Classroom

    Posted by Mark Garber on 3/25/2020

    Google Classroom

    Parents and Students, This might help understand how to use Google Classroom and answer any questions you may have.


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  • Library for PK-5th Grade

    Posted by Mark Garber on 3/19/2020

    Library for PK-5th Grade: Check your school email to join Ms. Darko's Google Classroom, she has library classes on there for you.

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  • Shop, Art and PE/Health Classes

    Posted by Mark Garber on 3/18/2020

    Shop, Art and PE/Health Students

    All class assignments are posted in Google Classroom for Art and PE/Health classes. Shop Classes...A Shared drive in Google has been sent to your school email. Please log into your school email and except those classes to work on assignments.

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  • Assignments for Specials PK-5th Grade

    Posted by Mark Garber on 3/17/2020

    Assignments for Specials PK-5th Grade


    Bingo Board

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  • Centerville School Library Information

    Posted by Mark Garber on 3/16/2020

    Centerville School Library Information

    ebooks MidAmerica - Free

    World Book Digital Resources - Free

    Accelerated Reader Access - AR Testing

    Library Catalog - Library Books Available

    Free Online E-books - Junior Library Guild

    • The Centerville School Library will offer books to check out for students who do not have access to digital books.
    • To check out a book, please visit the Library link on our school webpage,, to access the catalog to see what books are available for check out. Contact Ms. Darko through email: and let me know what books you would like.
    • Darko will check in at the school daily if needed and will leave the book(s) you want at the office for pick-up. Please call the office before you plan a visit to the school to pick up any books and the office personnel will schedule a time.

    Remember: If you have a Great Falls Public Library card, you can check out books online through the Public Library Website. You will need your library card number in order to check out. If you do not have a Great Falls Public Library card, you may call the Great Falls Public Library to see if you can come in to fill out an application. You will need a driver’s license if you are 18 or older, or an adult if you are under 18 years of age.  Phone:  406-453-0349 or email:


    10 places to find online books for free:

    If you have any further questions, you can contact me through email.

    Ms. Darko

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  • Links to Websites available to our students

    Posted by Mark Garber on 3/16/2020
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  • Learning from Home:

    Posted by Mark Garber on 3/16/2020

    Attention Students:

    If your teacher uses Google Classroom, please check those sites created by the teachers through your school email.

    Grades 6-8: 

    Check Moby Max for daily assignments and Khan Academy for Math for Mr. Cline's classes.

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Welcome to Centerville Schools

  • Home of the Centerville Miners.
    Located on the outskirts of Great Falls are the small towns of Sand Coulee, Tracy, Centerville and Stockett which make up the population of our school.  It may be a rural school, but we have a city mentality towards education.  The current school week consists of four days with school starting at 8:00 and ending at 4:05.
    Miner Pride  
    Mission Statement
      Where we achieve our best by being: 
    Inspired to Dream
    Challenged to Think
    Encouraged to Try
    Equipped to Succeed


  • MTDA and DC Websites for catalogs of classes  

    The above website is for the MTDA catalog. Class enrollment is now open. Classes will begin August 31st which is two weeks after we start school. This time will be used for study hall etc until your classes begin. When you have made a decision on the course, please contact Ms. Marchington to ensure you are registered. If you can make this decision by June 15th, it benefits MTDA in preparing for staffing needs. Thank you and if you have any questions, please contact Ms. Marchington. 
    For Dual Credit at MSU-GF open enrollment for Fall 2020 is open June 10th. You may pick up dual credit forms at my office. The site has a course catalog for you to see what is offered for that semester. Please get these to me by August 1st at the latest. Classes begin August 24th for the first 8 week block of classes. You may choose one class per 8 week block. Translating to two college courses in one semester. 
    Note: If you are NOT attending an MSU institution, your credits may or may not transfer. Generally they will fill elective classes. Private institutions will not accept your credits taken. Please be aware of this before taking classes. The classes are online and taken here at the school. It is your job to make sure you are communicating with the instructors. 
    If you have any questions, please call Ms. Marchington at the school. Thank you!  



    BUS # 1

           11:15 – 11:30    STOCKETT PLAYGROUND

           11:45 – 12:00    TRACY BAR

           12:15 – 12:30    CORRAL –STOCKETT HWY

    BUS # 2

           11:15 – 11:30    SAND COULEE POST OFFICE

           11:45 – 12:00    ROSS RD & EDEN HWY

           12:15 – 12:30    LITTLE STORE - TRAILER TERRACE



    Grab and Go Breakfast/Lunch Program

    The Centerville School will be providing a Grab and Go breakfast and lunch to all students during our two week on-line class period. Those families interested in receiving these meals must call or email the district office. The food service program will build these sack meals and deliver food packages to parents or students at designated locations.

    Please call the office by 9 a.m. and leave your name, email or phone number so we can provide you with information on the location and pick up times so you can receive your meals. Parents must request meals so we can make plans to provide enough meals to those who are interested.

    If you have any questions or concerns please contact the main office.


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