Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of children? Do you seek professional growth? If so, personnel are now being hired by Opaa! for a kitchen manager and cook. These positions are open for the Centura Child Nutrition Program.
Do you have a Can-Do Will-Do attitude?
Do you have a Passion to Serve Others?
Do you like to have Fun with a Purpose?
Opaa! wants you to join our team to deliver nutritious home cooked meals to our students. Great opportunity for someone initially seeking up to 7.5 hours daily.
Opportunities for additional hours and career advancement, if interested, as skills are developed.
Must be at least 18 years of age. HS diploma or GED preferred; or up to one month related experiences and training. Opaa! offers competitive wages, merit increases, access to a 401(k) retirement plan, advancement opportunities, free meals, and no summer work.
Interested applicants please e-mail your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or come by the High School to pickup an application.
Opaa! is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Centura varsity football team traveled 150 miles to North Platte to take on the Kimball Longhorns. The long drive back was a happy one for the Centurions, as they defeated the Longhorns 14-6. The first half ended in a 0-0 tie as both teams turned the ball over multiple times. The 2nd half started […] Continue reading →
Each week, teachers are nominated by their peers for doing something above and beyond in their classrooms or in the district. This weeks winners are: Raquel Roth, paraeducator in the elementary. Mrs. Roth has been a great addition to the Centura Family. She has gone out of her way to help create meaningful lessons for […] Continue reading →
Family, friends, and spectators will need to park in general parking and enter through one of the main gate/ticket booths, and will be required to pay gate admission. Gate admission to the fairgrounds for the jamboree is as follows: Free gate admission – until 12:00 noon on Friday August 26th $9 advance gate admission – […] Continue reading →
The CCV (Centura/Central Valley softball co-op) Lady Diamonds evened their record at 2 and 2 as they defeated Madison 14 to 8 at North Loup Tuesday night. Kilee Ackles was the winning pitcher for CCV. Shelby Behnk had a triple and a single. Ragan Wood had a double and a single. Kilee Ackles and Jasmine […] Continue reading →
The CCV softball team played Madison at North Loup on Tuesday night. The JV won their contest 10-1. The Varsity followed up with a win of their own by a score of 14-8. Way to go, Diamonds! Continue reading →
Only 3 more days until Centura District Volleyball is ready to battle. If you can make it at 11 or 5 to support the team, we would love to see you in the stands! #halfthebattle #fairfoodherewecome #statefairjam #2016teamlooksgood Continue reading →
The CCV Diamonds kicked off their inaugural softball season this weekend at the six-team Wayne Tournament. In their opener they lost a close contest to Pierce 9-10. They also lost their second game to Highway 91 by a score of 1-14. They ended the day notching their first victory of the season with an 8-6 […] Continue reading →
Solon Borglum carved huge Native American figures in the Cairo bluffs. Those carvings may have inspired his older brother, John “Gutson” Borglum, to carve Mount Rushmore years later. A historical marker on Highway 2, approximately 5 miles west of Cairo, will be dedicated on Saturday, August 20th at 10:00 am in recognition of the works […] Continue reading →