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Jennifer Hodde

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Hi!  My name is Jennifer Hodde, and I am honored and blessed to be serving Centennial Elementary as your Principal. Previously I spent four years as the Assistant Principal at Mustang Elementary. I graduated from Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and received my Masters Degree in Education Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma. I have taught at a variety of levels including 6th- 8th grade, 4th grade and GATE in Illinois and Oklahoma! My husband Shelby and our three children moved to Mustang at the start of the 2014-2015 school year! Emerson, Raegan and Caden are all PROUD Mustang Broncos. We spend lots of time enjoying outdoor activities and lots of softball, baseball, soccer, cross country and track! 

We are here for you... Feel free to stop by, call, or email me to discuss any concerns, suggestions, compliments of our staff, or ideas!

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Lauren Sanders

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My name is Lauren Sanders and I am excited to be starting my fifth year as Assistant Principal here at Centennial. Prior to that, I served as Centennial’s Media Specialist for four years. Up until that point, I taught 2nd - 5th grades in several assignments with Mustang Public Schools. I graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and earned my Master’s in Administration at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. I live in Mustang with my husband, Chad, and our two children. My very favorite pastime is traveling. We are avid RVers and take every opportunity we can to go out and visit new places.

I feel so blessed to be a part of our Centennial family. We have incredible students and families, and the best staff anywhere. I love coming to work everyday and seeing our students’ smiling faces greet me in the hallway, and hearing their excitement over their latest successes. I am looking forward to another year of watching them grow and learn!