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14330 Green Trails Blvd, Centreville, VA 20121 |  Main Phone: 703.502.3500  |  Fax: 703.502.3597 
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CES students (foreground) greet their Global STEAM partners in Costa Rica (background) A touching salute to our country and military members! Student paint our rain barrels with designs depicting science topics of study! Summer has been fun at CES with our Tuesday night library hours, farmer's market and BBQs! Thank you to our Green Team who built it this summer!!



CES Welcomes its new Assistant Principal, Mrs. Occhuzzio!

Mrs. Occhuizzo (O-CUTE-SO) started her teaching career working at the Penn State University entomology department as an educational outreach specialist. She moved to Williamsburg, Virginia and taught 3rd grade in a gifted center before moving to Fairfax County. In Fairfax County Mrs. Occhuizzo has worked at Terra Centre, Fairfax Villa, Sangster and Oak Hill as an AART as well as an Assistant Principal. Mrs. Occhuizzo spends her free time hiking, camping and chasing around her daughter who just turned two. She also has a 10 month old who just started walking.

Mrs. Occhuizzo is delighted to join Centreville this year! Please join us in welcoming her to CES!!

2016 - 2017 School Year Kick Off!!

Save the dates for the following CES annual events. For a supply list for the 2016-2017 school year click here.

  • Welcome Walk - Tuesday, August 30 from 4:30 - 7:00. Your teacher will drop by your home for a brief 'door visit' to welcome your family to the new school year.
  • Supply Drop Off - Friday, September 2 from 9:30 - 10:30. Students are invited to find their 'new' classroom and drop-off their school supplies.
  • Family Picnic - Friday, September 9 from 5:30 - 8:30. Let's gather back at school for an old fashioned picnic to celebrate the first successful week of school!

CES Trout Release!!

On Thursday, May 19th, 50 students from Centreville ES went on  a Trout release with the Trout in the Classroom program.  We received the eggs in October and have taken care of them until release as Fry.  Their challenge was to determine the health of the stream, using the process of environmental scientists. 

A huge thank you goes out to the Trout in the Classroom Program and Luckstone Quarry (who volunteered to help with our fieldtrip) for helping make this day a huge success. 

The Crayon Initiative

Bring your unwanted crayons to the front office to be recycled into new crayons!! The remanufactured crayons will be donated to Children's Hospitals and other organizations supporting children through the arts. View this flyer for more information!

Energy Conservation in FCPS

FCPS has recently published this video about energy conservation efforts in our county.    We are proud that Centreville Elementary is featured throughout the video and acknowledged at the end for our accomplishment as a top 10 ECO school.    Check it out!!

Green Day!

On Friday, November 6, 2015 the CES community celebrated being named one of the top 10 Eco Schools by the National Wildlife Federation. Here is what the day looked like!!

Global STEAM Classroom Initiative!!

5th graders at Centreville Elementary met their virtual partners in Costa Rica for the first time last week to kick off the Global STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) Classroom Initiative.  In this project  students will work collaboratively to solve environmental issues facing both countries.    Check out this video to see what that first meeting looked like!