This week, Hannah Martinez, a senior at Centennial High School is our Charger of the week. Even though this is Hannah’s first year at Centennial, Hannah is involved in Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer, FCA, Student Council, and NHS. Hannah is a fun person to talk to and she has a very easy going personality.
Gina Huss is a Junior at Centennial High School. She is a straight A student and involved in many Centennial activities. Continue reading Charger of the Week: Gina Huss
Dante Hemsouvanh is a Junior at Centennial. He is a A and B student. He plays basketball while maintaining his grades.
What do you enjoy most about Centennial?
I enjoy the people the most at Centennial.
What are your favorite hobbies?
I like to play basketball and video games in my spare time.
What’s your favorite food?
My favorite food is chicken. “That stuff is delicious”
What is your favorite clothing brand?
Nike and True Religion
If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
If I could live anywhere it would be Florida because a lot of my family lives there.
If you were given a million dollars for the day, what would you do with it?
If I were given a million dollars I would probably spend it all on clothes, shoes (Jordan’s), a brand new car (Ferrari), and I would but my parents a new house.
On February 2, Centennial students and staff members participated in the Black Writers Read-In as a way to kick off Black History Month.
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This week the Centinal reporters shared stories about Interact Club’s upcoming custodian dinner, Spectrum, the much-discussed graduation date for seniors, and video highlights from the Centennial boy’s basketball win over Central.