Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

 

  • Centre Hastings Secondary School

    Our focus is on excellence in education for all students in all pathways as we work with our community to prepare each student to meet the challenges of an exciting world of change through innovation and creativity. Our staff work together to help each student do their very best and to create a supportive, positive and caring learning environment for our students.
  • Centurions Are Committed

    Centurions commit to academics and athletics and show their strength through acts demonstrating courage and their willingness to support each other.
  • Centurions Get Involved

    Centurions demonstrate their commitment to shoulder their responsibility to do the right thing by getting involved in the school, in the community and in global issues of human rights.
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  • Fixing the Sled

    Students in Mr. Ross's Manufacturing class have been working together to repair a damaged football sled. During the winter, the snowplow struck the sled and caused a severe misalignment. Today Mr. Ross helped the students create a jig to guide the metal as they heated and bent it back into place.

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  • Learning Commons

    adsfadfWe had an action packed day in the Learning Commons today. We had several classes complete work in the morning, our new whiteboard delivered, and we ran a successful Google Read and Write Session with Ms. Saunders’ class. The day ended with us hanging the first artwork  in the LC, created by Ms. Chalmers’ PLP class. The class posed with their art and played two digital breakout games. A great day overall.  

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  • Freedom Day 2017

    On Wednesday Oct. 11, Ms. Browning lead a field trip with 31 students to Freedom Day in Toronto. They joined more than 1,000 students at Yonge-Dundas Square. They listened to a number of speakers that left them feeling energized and motivated to bring positive change to their community. Freedom Day is the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center's annual event that is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Holocaust survivor and Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal while encouraging students to stand up for freedom, democracy and human rights.

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  • Homecoming 2017

    Homecoming 2017 was an awesome day! Oct 6, 2017 will be remembered for outstanding athletics competitions including Girls' Rugby, Boys' Volleyball, Football, and Girls' Basketball. Student council organized face painting and dressing in Extreme Gold and Black was common place among the students and staff.

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Upcoming Events

Wed Oct 18 @ 4:00PM, - 06:00PM
Volleyball @ SPSS
Thu Oct 19 @ 6:00PM, - 07:30PM
Football vs THS @ SILLS
Fri Oct 20 @ 8:30AM, - 09:30AM
University of Ottawa Visit
Fri Oct 20 @12:00PM, - 05:00PM
Volleyball Tournament (Kingston)
Sat Oct 21 @12:00PM, - 05:00PM
Volleyball Tournament (Kingston)
Mon Oct 23 @ 8:00PM, - 09:30PM
Football vs QSS @SILLS
Tue Oct 24 @ 4:00PM, - 06:00PM
Volleyball @ QCHS
Wed Oct 25 @ 4:00PM, - 06:00PM
Basketball @THS

Fixing the Sled

Students in Mr. Ross's Manufacturing class have been working together to repair a damaged football sled. During the winter, the snowplow struck the sled and caused a severe misalignment. Today Mr. Ross helped the students create a jig to guide the metal as they heated and bent it back into place.

Learning Commons

adsfadfWe had an action packed day in the Learning Commons today. We had several classes complete work in the morning, our new whiteboard delivered, and we ran a successful Google Read and Write Session with Ms. Saunders’ class. The day ended with us hanging the first artwork  in the LC, created by Ms. Chalmers’ PLP class. The class posed with their art and played two digital breakout games. A great day overall.  

Freedom Day 2017

On Wednesday Oct. 11, Ms. Browning lead a field trip with 31 students to Freedom Day in Toronto. They joined more than 1,000 students at Yonge-Dundas Square. They listened to a number of speakers that left them feeling energized and motivated to bring positive change to their community. Freedom Day is the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center's annual event that is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Holocaust survivor and Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal while encouraging students to stand up for freedom, democracy and human rights.

Homecoming 2017

Homecoming 2017 was an awesome day! Oct 6, 2017 will be remembered for outstanding athletics competitions including Girls' Rugby, Boys' Volleyball, Football, and Girls' Basketball. Student council organized face painting and dressing in Extreme Gold and Black was common place among the students and staff.

Trip Across Canada

Students in Mr. Goodfellow's grade 9 Geography class presented their "Trip Across Canada" projects today. As a team they had to design a multi-modal trip to different parts of Canada using as much as they could of a $5000 budget. Each group explained the activities they would do as well as how they would travel from place to place. They finished their project with a complete accounting of their alotted budget.

Grade 12 Bakers

The grade 12 Foods class continued their baking theme this week. They learned about kitchen procedures and the proper use of parchment paper as they created delicious tea biscuits.