Centennial Chargers  and Moira Trojans  fans . . . get ready for an historic event! This Friday, October 15, 2010 the Centennial Chargers and Moira Trojans football teams will play under lights for the first time in their history!
The teams will play two games with the Juniors at 5:00 p.m. and the Seniors at 7:00 p.m. under lights. Choirs from both schools will perform O Canada for the 7:00 p.m. game. Location is the newly renovated M.A. Sills Park Artificial Multi-Use and Multi-Sport Field.
This event is taking place through community connections with City of Belleville, Battlefield Rentals of Belleville and Quinte (portable lights donation), Rent All Centre Belleville (portable lights donation), United Rentals of Belleville (portable lights donation), and Wilson Sports, (six soccer balls and six footballs).
All are welcome to come out to cheer the teams on. Donations of non-perishable food will be accepted on behalf of Gleaners Food Bank.
Centennial Secondary School is committed to excellence in academics, athletics and arts. Staff and students work as a team to encourage everyone at Centennial to strive to meet the goal of Exceeding Expectations. As a regional school for Visual and Performing Arts, Centennial offers unique opportunities for students to participate in a full range of creative activities. Several community partnerships provide opportunities for students in all pathways in the arts, sciences, technology, community service and leadership. In addition, the International Student Program contributes to a diverse setting for all students. Strong academic achievement is a focus at CSS and we provide valuable opportunities for students to improve and further develop literacy and numeracy skills.
Moira Secondary School is committed to student achievement in academics, arts and athletics. The school offers a wide range of programs to serve the needs of the entire student body. Students and staff care about their school and community and demonstrate this through numerous activities and events. All contribute to Trojan Pride and character development through involvement in school clubs, extra-curricular and leadership activities and community-centre projects. The school focus on excellence reaches into many realms of student life at Moira—in the classroom, in sporting events, and in the performing arts. Student citizenship, global responsibility, and community involvement are priorities to foster well-rounded student growth and development.
For more information, please contact: Kerry Donnell, Communications Officer, 613-966-1170 or 1 800 267-4350, extension 2354, firstname.lastname@example.org