Month: November 2012

Students Making Sense of Their Senses

Ms. St Peter’s Anatomy & Physiology classes went into the IMC today and did a hands-on lab dealing with their senses. Students tested their vision, hearing, taste, and more. “Students completed a lab testing their senses after learning about how they work in Anatomy class.” – Ms. St Peter

Winter Writing Contest

Centennial’s Creative Writing Club is having a winter writing contest. In your submission, you have to include one or more of the following phrases: “Now is the winter of our discontent”, “Winter dawn is the color of metal”, “From caves of ice and fields of snow the breath of night like […]

NFL Recap: Week 12

The twelfth week of the NFL season started on Thursday, November 22nd, which was also Thanksgiving. Since 1933, it has been a tradition for NFL football to be played on Thanksgiving, which was started by the Detroit Lions (formerly the Portsmouth Spartans). Every year the Lions and the Dallas Cowboys play on […]

No Bullying November

During November, a couple of student athletes were selected to talk to elementary students about bullying. Many of the student athletes discussed their experiences with it and how they coped with it, when they were younger. Some of the athletes even discussed bullying that is still seen on their sports teams today.

African American Culture Club Update

If you want to show off your talents and what you’ve got, then try out for the African American Culture Club talent show at Centennial High School this year.  Tryouts will be held December 12th in the IMC.  The theme is Hollywood, so come dressed to impress!  Please contact Ms. Almeda Wright, Mervelline […]

NHS: Toys for Tots

Centennial’s National Honor Society is collecting new toys from Centennial students for children for the holidays. Toys are being collected in the main lobby both before and after school. Toys are being collected until December 7th. If you are interested in bringing in toys, please make sure they are new. It […]

Staff Member of the Month: Mr. Hooper

Jay Hooper has been an excellent math teacher for seven years. He teaches AP statistics, AP calculus AB, algebra 2, and regular dual credit statistics.  He knows exactly what he’s talking about and is very helpful in the classroom. He keeps the classroom environment fun yet productive.   Hooper excels at providing students with lots […]

Movie Review: Wreck-It-Ralph

If you like video games but don’t like movies that are based off video games, then Wreck-It Ralph is the movie to see. The main protagonist is named Ralph, and he is voiced by John C. Reilly. Really great actors, such as Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch, and Jack McBrayer, help […]