Congratulations to the Charger Boys Track and Field team for earning second in the state! Great job. Go Chargers!
On Wednesday, May 20th, several senior Chargers pledged to serve in the United States military. Family and friends came to a special swearing in ceremony in the Aldridge Auditorium after school. We know these young men and women will make our country and especially Centennial proud.
Meet the National Honor Society President, Jenna DeLuce, and Vice President Taylor Feddersen. Both DeLuce and Feddersen were inducted into NHS last year as Juniors, and through hard work and determination, they have worked their way into their executive positions as seniors in the 2015-16 school year. Continue reading National Honor Society – Jenna DeLuce and Taylor Feddersen
The class of 2015 exited the halls of Centennial today. Best of luck as you transition to post-high school life.
Graduation will be held at Krannert Center on May 27th.
A few weeks into the baseball season and Centennial (Freshman) baseball is off to a prodigious start. Continue reading Charger (Local) Spotlight: Baseball
On Friday, May 8th, Centennial hosted a blood drive in the Aldridge Auditorium. 80 people from the school donated this year. Each donor could help save three lives! Continue reading Centennial Students Save Lives
“I want to be a journalist,” says sophomore Syntyche Nzeza when asked what she wanted to do with the rest of her life. “I know it won’t be easy, but I am willing to work for it.” Continue reading A Centennial Student to Look Out For: Syntyche Nzeza
This year’s edition of the NBA playoffs is well underway and there are now only eight teams remaining as they compete to see who will win the championship. Below is a breakdown of each of the second round matchups, as well as predictions for which teams have the best chance of reaching the Finals.
The NHL playoffs are in to the second round, as the top teams aim for the glory of the Stanley Cup. Last year the Stanley Cup was snagged by the LA Kings. However the Kings failed to make the playoffs this year and the Cup is up for grabs.
The Champaign Education Board has been making significant changes, one of them being the addition of four new board members. Every four years, registered school district voters choose 7 individuals they trust to make necessary changes and policies to make the Champaign Unit 4 school district a more safe, efficient, and productive learning environment that is beneficial to all impacted. Amy Armstrong, Jonathan Westfield, Kathy Richards, and Chris Kloeppel will all be joining the board this year. Continue reading New Changes to the Board of Education