“One of our main goals with year is to beat Central when we play them at home.” says senior captain Thomas Hazlewood. So far the Centennial Soccer Team has won one of their four games, but is making huge strides to a successful season.
“With an all new coaching staff and a new style of play, we are looking forward to a successful volleyball season,” says head coach Alan Newman. Volleyball had tryouts this summer in late August. From tryouts until the first day of school volleyball participated in 3 practices a day. Tuesdays and Thursdays are usually game days for the Chargers with Freshman at 5, JV at 6, and Varsity closing out the night at 7.
Do you want to be involved and a part of school activities? Participate and exchanging ideas to help improve our school? Do you like to lead others? Most importantly, do you like free donuts every week? Well then you should definitely consider joining student council! It’s a great way communicating with fellow students and socializing. Junior student Nick Finke says, “The best part of being a part of student council is that you get to coordinate school activities with your peers making it surprisingly really fun.”
Do you buy a yearbook every year? If you do, this article pertains to you. If you don’t, maybe you might want to after you read this article.
First off, yearbook is a class. Not a club, not an activity, but a class. It’s too late to sign up for this year but hey, never too early for next year. That is unless you’re a senior. In order to sign up, you have to put it on your schedule, talk to Lindsay Green, the teacher for the class, and your counselor. Then just fill out an application form.