On Wednesday, May 1 three talented senior Centennial volleyball players signed their letters of intent to play college volleyball. Paulina Nottingham signed to play at West Virginia Wesleyan. Lindsay Rogan chose to play at Indiana Wesleyan. And Maddie Weldon decided to continue her career at Parkland. Many friends and family gathered together to celebrate the accomplishments of these three girls. Congratulations and good luck to them as they head off to college next fall! Read more
The genesis of any new season brings with it the hope of inventiveness and sparkle in every way imaginable. But really, springtime outshines them all. Warmer weather is at long last arriving in Illinois, and with it the opportunity to update our wardrobes with fresh innovative pieces that correspond with 2013′s fashion trends. Fashion is a means of expression—a way to outwardly convey one’s vibe, display a dazzling eccentricity, and flaunt one’s femininity. Spring brings about new openings to enhance your style to another level. After all, spring is about possibilities and daring choices—hot pink, cool prints, and putting yourself out there. It’s always up to you as to how you choose to interpret and adjust the trends to suit your own individual style, but here is some inspiration and guidance to help make this spring season count. Read more
This Saturday from 10:00 AM-2:00 PM Centennial will be hosting the Special Olympics on the track. Special Olympics allows athletes with disabilities to take part in sporting events. Competitors from all around the Champaign, Urbana, Rantoul,and Paxton areas will be participating. Six Centennial athletes will be competing, so show up and cheer on your fellow Chargers!
Every year, Interact, a seniors-only club at Centennial hosts a blood drive. For the past several years, it has been one of the biggest in the Champaign-Urbana area and this year did not disappoint. Over a hundred people came through, donating enough blood to save at least 250 lives. In total, 80 units of blood were donated. Here are a few photos of teachers and students donating blood and saving lives. Read more