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Tired of entering your child's school events onto your Google calendar?  Save yourself some work and just subscribe to the Centennial School Google Activity Calendar.  This calendar is updated daily by office staff so if something changes, it will automatically be reflected on the calendar.

Directions:
1.  Look for the "Upcoming Events" listing on the side of the Centennial Homepage.
2.  Below the event listing you should see a button that looks like the one depicted below.  Click it.
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3. This button will send you to the Google Calendar Login Page. From there, you will need to either log in to your Google account or sign up for free.*  If you are signing up, you may need to repeat the process again after you have signed up.

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Two new apps are now available in the Apple iTunes® App Store: PowerSchool for Parents and PowerSchool for Students.  These new apps will allow parents and students to access all the same information they would normally access from a browser, but with the ease and convenience of an app installed on their Apple mobile device.  Both apps will work on iPod Touch, iPads, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s, running iOS 4.0 or higher.  Facebook and Twitter integration, automatic login, a family overview, simplified "one-thumb" browsing, and other features make accessing PowerSchool on the go faster and easier than ever before.  The apps are FREE and available for download from the iTunes store.  



  • Click here to read more about the apps on the Pearson website.

  • Click here to download the PowerSchool Parent app.

  • Click here to download the PowerSchool Student app.

Requirements:
You must have a current user name and password.
You must be be able to login into Centennial's PowerSchool SSO at Click here.
You need an iOS (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch) device with iOS 4 or later.

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