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2023/2024 Proposed Budget
9/8/2023 4:38 pm
Please review the 2023/2024 Proposed budget for our PTSA. We will be showing this during curriculum night and will vote on it via Zoom on 9/14/2023 at 6 p.m.
The Zoom information and link can be found here:
Topic: 2023/2024 PTSA Budget Approval
Time: Sep 14, 2023 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 798 6442 3094
2023/2024 Proposed Budget
Welcome to our newest Assistant Principal, Mr. Guilbeau
8/22/2023 1:39 pm
Welcome to our newest Assistant Principal, Mr. Guilbeau!
Logan Guilbeau is an 11th-year educator originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His educational journey began at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He received a Bachelor's degree in History and continued his education by earning a Master of Education in Education Administration from Grand Canyon University.
Mr. Guilbeau’s professional journey began in January 2012 as a permanent substitute teacher at Inspire Charter Academy in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in a 6th-grade self-contained classroom teaching all subjects while searching diligently for a permanent teaching position. After a semester of hard work with his 6th-grade students, he was eventually offered the permanent position at Inspire with the opportunity to teach those same students again next year in 7th grade.
During his time as a teacher in Baton Rouge, Mr. Guilbeau taught grades 6-8 in English Language Arts and Social Studies. He was a grade-level lead teacher, mentor teacher, summer testing coordinator, and head boys and girls basketball coach. In 2015, Mr. Guilbeau accepted an opportunity to become the Assistant Principal at Advantage Charter Academy in Baker, Louisiana. During his time as a school leader in Baker, Advantage was recognized as a top gains school for the 2016-2017 school year on the Louisiana state test.
During the 2017 school year, change came as Mr. Guilbeau uprooted himself and moved to California to be with his wife, who was attending business school at Stanford University. While in California, Mr. Guilbeau served as a school leader at Summit Denali, serving grades 6-10 as the Dean of Culture and Instruction and head boys basketball coach.
After two great years serving students and families in California, Mr. Guilbeau and his family relocated permanently to the Atlanta metro area as he continued his career in education in a new city. Serving most recently as a Director of Instruction for 3DE Schools, Mr. Guilbeau worked with a network of high schools across the Atlanta Public Schools, Dekalb County Public Schools, and the Gwinnett County Public School districts, coaching and developing high school teachers.
Outside of school, Mr. Guilbeau enjoys spending quality time with his wife and two-year-old son. He is an avid crossfitter, fisherman, and die-hard New Orleans Saints football fan. Mr. Guilbeau is an outgoing, energetic person who loves to talk and build connections with others.
Mr. Guilbeau believes all students can succeed. Fostering a community with specific goals and high expectations and leading with a sense of urgency, he believes a great school can be a community that produces not just members but leaders in society. Mr. Guilbeau is delighted to join the Centennial team and eager to work to become a contributing member of the Centennial community
Welcome Dr. Blackwell!
7/10/2023 5:35 pm
We are SO EXCITED to welcome Dr. Blackwell as the new leader of our Centennial Knights!
Dr. Blackwell’s professional career of 17 years has proudly occurred entirely in the Fulton County School system in a variety of teaching and leadership roles. After graduating from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor of Arts in English, Dr. Blackwell started his career in education as a high school English teacher at Alpharetta High School. He taught every grade level of student either in English courses at a variety of levels or in newspaper journalism courses. While teaching, Dr. Blackwell earned his Master of Arts in English Education from Georgia State University.
Also, during his time teaching, Dr. Blackwell began his journey toward educational leadership by serving on the local school advisory council strategic planning committee and by supporting the new teacher induction and mentorship program. He earned his Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Georgia State University.
In 2011, Dr. Blackwell was hired as curriculum assistant principal at Riverwood International Charter School in Sandy Springs.
For the past seven years, Dr. Blackwell has been the principal at Ridgeview Charter Middle School in Sandy Springs. While serving as principal, Ridgeview has been recognized as an Association of Middle Level Education “School of Distinction” and a National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform’s “Georgia Lighthouse Schools to Watch.” Dr. Blackwell has twice been recognized with the Georgia Association of Middle School Principal’s “Effective Middle School Program” award. During his time as principal, Dr. Blackwell earned his Doctorate in School Improvement from the University of West Georgia and studied the impact that professional learning communities have on teacher professional development.
In his outside of school life, Dr. Blackwell loves spending time with his 9-year-old daughter and his partner of 19 years. He’s an avid exerciser, a bit of a foodie, a lover of cars, and a person who prides himself in being someone others can depend upon.
Dr. Blackwell believes education has the power to positively change the trajectory of students’ lives, and he leads from a foundation of relationships with students, faculty and staff, and family & community partners.
The incredible work of the Centennial High School community is exciting and evident, and Dr. Blackwell is thrilled to join the Centennial team to create the best experience where their students “collaborate, think, learn, and create” to the highest levels.
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