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2000 SE Century Blvd. Hillsboro, OR 97123-8390 503.844.1800

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    School Bus Passes - All bus riders are assigned to specific routes and specific bus stops.  If your student needs to ride a different route or get on/off at a different stop on a certain day, i.e. going to a friends house, they will need a “bus pass”.  

    To obtain a “bus pass” Parents/ Guardians will need to send a note with their student to give to the schools front office.  The front office staff will issue the “bus pass” to the student with the appropriate route number and stop location.  The student will then give the “bus pass” to the Bus Driver.   

    You may also contact you school’s office in person or by phone with the alternate address and they will issue the “bus pass”.   Students must present a bus pass to the driver or they will not be allowed on the alternate bus or be left off at an alternate stop location.


     

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  • CHS will be given 50 devices to help bridge the gap of bandwidth from school to home

    The mission of the Sprint 1Million Project is to help high school students who do not have reliable Internet access at home by giving them mobile devices and free high-speed Internet access.

    CHS will receive 50 devices to help students bridge the gap of bandwidth from school to home. Each student will receive the following as a part of this project:

    • A mobile hot spot, 3Gbps of monthly data
    • A district issued Chromebook to be utilized as long as they are in the District.

    Please visit or share following link (https://goo.gl/forms/iGo2Rq7zGdVgHrT22) if you or kids you know ....

    • Could benefit from this opportunity
    • Could responsibly take care of the equipment loaned to them for as long as they attend CHS
    • Have legitimate need

    Students will be selected from the submissions we receive on the google form.  Once selected, each student will have to complete the very simple one page consent (Spanish or English versions available).

    My goal is to get 100% students selected and equipment assigned prior to winter break.

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Julie Kasper


     

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  • Century Lanyards and ID’s:

    At CHS, we are always evaluating our systems for keeping your students safe.  To help ensure that only CHS students are present during the school day, we have distributed school IDs and lanyards to students and staff.  This safety measure is being implemented across all Hillsboro School District high schools.  We have communicated the expectation of wearing IDs to students and any help you can provide in encouraging them to wear their lanyards & IDs would be appreciated.  Starting Monday, October 1st, students who don't have a lanyard and ID will be issued a temporary lanyard they will need to turn in at the end of the day. Thanks for your help in keeping Century High School a safe place.

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Principal's Message

  • Martha Guise Dear Century Families,

    It is with great pride and excitement that I am Principal of Century High School. I am excited to bring my skills as an educational leader to your son’s/daughter’s school and to collaborate with you as a partner in education to ensure your child’s success.

    Along with staff, I will work hard to continue the legacy of success established at Century by building strong relationships with parents, students, staff, and community partners.  We will focus on character education initiatives through Positive Behavior Intervention Support, Capturing Kids Hearts, fostering a nurturing safe environment for children, use of data to inform instruction, consistent implementation of newly adopted English Language Arts to increase students’ achievement, by providing exciting and challenging enrichment opportunities for all students.

    The diverse student population at Century High School provides everyone with an awareness and appreciation for all cultures. The Century staff are passionate, dedicated educators who set high standards of achievement so our young scholars can be successful. We are determined to drive rigorous engagement in literacy, writing, math, and science, and provide individualized opportunities for student growth. To ensure this happens, we collaborate regularly around student learning, challenge one another, and seek to continuously improvement in teaching and learning. We set high expectations for ourselves and our young scholars, and work together in the process of achieving those expectations.

    Thank you for trusting us with the education and caring development of your child. If you have questions or concerns that arise at any time, please do not hesitate to give your child’s teacher or me a call. Family support is a critical link to student achievement. We want to hear from you!

    In partnership,

    Martha Guise

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