Why do Centennial schools need a new set of school supplies?

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Posted September 17, 2018 07:19:03 A new set, new school supplies, new equipment.

These are just a few of the questions that students, parents and staff at Centennial Public Schools are asking when they’re told that they’re in for a major overhaul of their school supplies and supplies management.

The school is facing a $600,000 shortfall, with $50,000 of that coming from a new $1.3 million budget for the 2018-19 school year.

Students and teachers are frustrated.

“They’re just like, ‘Where are you going to get it?’

It’s a new school year,” said student, Jordan Woodford.

“I’m going to be like, I’m not going to wear a suit or a tie anymore, I want to just wear what I want.

 “I’m just going to put on my shirt, and I’m going on a hike, and it’s going to take me like six hours to get to school.

So what are we going to do about that?

And what do we do about the other stuff?

They’re really pushing us to get new stuff.

” School supplies will be replaced with a new, more efficient system that will be easier to maintain and more accessible, a system that the school board hopes will provide more flexibility to students and parents.

But there are concerns over how this new system will work, and how quickly it will be rolled out.

Students at Centenary Public Schools say the new school system will be much more efficient, but some say the cost of the new equipment is high.

In an interview with News24, the school’s superintendent, Steve Williams, said that the new system, which will be funded through new school property taxes, will be more efficient than the old system.

He also said that he expects the new supply system will take about two weeks to complete.

Williams told News24 that students will be able to pick and choose what items they want to use.

Instead of using school supplies from a range of brands and models, students will get access to school supplies made by an entirely new company called Education Supply Company.

The new system also comes with a lot of new tools, including a new way to manage and manage student supplies.

When it comes to how much students will have to pay for the new products, Williams says it will range from $50 to $300 per student.

However, Williams told News23 that there will be a maximum amount of $500 per student per year for school supplies.

In addition, the new budget also includes $1,200 in cash savings for students who purchase school supplies at the Centennial Supply Warehouse located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

This new system is expected to cost the school district $1 million, but the new government funding will likely be a lot less than that.

Centennial Public schools has a $2 billion budget.

The budget for 2018-2019 school year is $5 million.

As news of the budget gap spread, parents, students and teachers in Centennial were outraged at what they felt was a massive financial burden.

Some parents, for example, said they were upset that they would have to wait for their children to go to the gym because the new policy would mean that they wouldn’t be able access the gym.

Another parent, Stephanie Stromberg, said she didn’t believe in paying for the extra supplies because the policy was “completely unnecessary.”

Parents, students, teachers and staff also voiced concern about the fact they wouldn to be able buy new school clothes and shoes to replace their current ones. “

[The new policy] does not address the lack of access for students, nor does it address the fact that school supplies were not properly stored, properly organized, and properly maintained,” said parent, Sarah Johnson.

Parents, students, teachers and staff also voiced concern about the fact they wouldn to be able buy new school clothes and shoes to replace their current ones.

It is unclear whether or not these new school items will be available to purchase.

Read more:Centennial Schools has been the target of a recent school shooting in the past, with many of its teachers and students injured and many of their possessions damaged.

On Tuesday, News24 spoke with a few Centennial parents who said that while they were initially hesitant about the new spending, they were glad that they could find other options to help their students and their community.

They told us that they are very supportive of the district and the school system and that they do not feel the need to spend the money that the district is already spending.

Schools Superintendent Steve Williams also told News21 that the decision to spend money was made at the last minute.

There are no plans to raise money in the coming school year, and Williams said that they have not made any announcements about how much money will be coming in for school construction.

News24 also spoke with several students and staff who are frustrated that they will not