The last item on the fly-out panel "Control Center" is "All Settings" which takes you to a tabbed display where all of the "Control Center" items appear again interspersed with many other items. This suggest that all the items are settings, and to me obviates the need for the term "Control Center".
In any case, the choice of which items to include on the fly-out is dubious. Personally, I don't think most users would change any of the selected settings in their average browsing session. So making selected items prominent by duplicating them there gains you nothing, and actually winds up being confusing (seeing the same setting in multiple places). I would argue that you need not allow changing any settings from the flyout panel. Instead put an item for each tabbed heading in the "All Settings" display. Oh, and keeping "Signout" and "Status".
Whatever you do, the layout of the "Control Center" should be more compact. The entire panel should fit on a small screen without scrolling.
Opening the fly-out should have a keyboard shortcut (suggestiong: , - borrowing from Mac keyboard shortcuts).