The Centurian, Centennial’s yearbook, is now available for pick up or purchase. Visit room 226 during 6th hour or after school to get your copy. Copies are $60 if you have not pre-purchased your book. This year’s book is a 3D experience, so be ready to pop out.
A class that is not recognized much here at Centennial is, in my opinion, the most beneficial class to attend: ECP. Early College Program is a rigorous class Centennial has to offer that seniors and juniors should take advantage of.
Interact is a club for seniors that was created in 1978. Interact is largely connected with the local rotary. The club works to organize events at Centennial. Recently Interact put together a barn dance to welcome Freshmen to Centennial. One of the club sponsors, Ms. Margulis commented “the Freshmen dance was a huge hit, having a little over 100 attendants.”
Student Council is a great way to be involved with the school. Students in student council plan many events for the school like Homecoming, Vice Versa, and Spirit Week. Student Council also does community service projects like handing out water during marathons or ringing the bell during the holidays.
The soccer program at Centennial is a prominent organization. Tryouts can be arduous in return for a spot on the team. Continue reading Charger Spotlight: Centennial Soccer
Chargers are back at school. We want to wish you all a successful year.
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.
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
People are putting a lot on the line for Centennial’s 4th annual Dance Marathon. Unit 4 employees: Ed Wachala, Laura Plummer, and George Stanhope are shaving their head, or eyebrows. You can catch them with their fresh cuts tonight at Dance Marathon.
Centennial Fashion Club has prom dresses to give away! Stop by Charles Weinberg’s room (227) to check out the selection of new and gently used formal dresses. Dresses are available in many styles, colors and sizes. The collection was gathered through generous donations by teachers, parents, students and community members. Any Centennial student is welcome to come “shop” before or after school or can contact Weinberg for more information.