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Charger of the Week: Sophia Plummer

Sophia Plummer is a senior charger, part of the soccer team and an aspiring artist. Her favorite food is Ramen Noodles and when she isn’t working hard on her school work she can be found laughing and being weird with her friends.

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Charger of the Week: Sharajonnie Adams

Sharajonnie Adams is also known as Nurse Adams at Centennial High School. She is actually a former student of Centennial. She went here of the years 03’ to 05’ then transferred to Uni High. Her most liked teachers while she was here were Mrs.McLean, Mr.Stock, and Mrs.Gross. She doesn’t have a favorite teacher but she is glad to be back and see familiar faces. She came back as a nurse because she felt it was a good opportunity.

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Charger of the Week: Veronica Payton

Veronica Payton is a senior at Champaign Centennial High School. She is very involved in our school’s dance team, African American Club, NHS, and Interact. Veronica is a very sweet person, you can always see her in a positive mood and smiling throughout the halls of Centennial.

What do you enjoy most about Centennial?

My AVID class, it’s like a safe place for me to be in difficult times. I really love my AVIDclass.

What are your favorite hobbies?


What’s your favorite food?


If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

I would live in the Bahamas because of the warm weather, nice beaches and beautiful people.

If you were given a million dollars for one day, what would you do with it?

I would buy a car, a house for my family, stock trading and then give the rest to whoever is in need.

Veronica has impacted almost every life she has stepped into especially one of her dance partner and close friend Brittany Moore. Brittany has known Veronica for up to 3-4 years now and they seem to get each other very well. Brittany would describe Veronica as beautiful, talented, trustworthy, understanding, kind but real and amazing. When they dance together it motivates Brittany to go hard or be on the same level as Veronica because of her dancing talents. She will miss always being with her and enjoying lots of moments together in high school.


Charger of the Week: Claire Mallare

Claire Mallare is a senior at Centennial High School. She is a varsity cheerleader, vice-president of Best Buddies, President of National Honors Society, Treasurer of Science National Honors Society, President of Peer Advising  Committee, and in English National Honors Society.

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Charger of the week: Trey Zarraga

Trey Zarraga is on the football team, in key club, science national honor society and likes volunteering outside of school. Trey’s a really nice guy and enjoys long bike rides.

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Charger of the Week: Sebastian Lee

Mr. Sebastian Lee is a new Spanish teacher here at Centennial.  He is friends and roommates with our own College and Career counselor, Aaron Chun.  Lee is a welcome addition to Centennial and is our Charger of the Week.

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Student of the Week: Blaine Lehman

Blaine Lehman is a cheerleader, a member in Best Buddies, and also has future plans to join Rattle the Stars. She is a juror on peer court. She has sick moves and is funny and friendly.

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Charger of the Week: Jordan Williams

Jordan Williams is a senior at Centennial. He plays defensive end for the Charger football team.  He also plays basketball and baseball for Centennial.  Williams is a student athlete who makes sure to focus on his grades.  For all this and more he is our Charger of the Week.

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Charger of the Week: Bailey Logsdon

Bailey Logsdon is a Senior at Centennial High School. She has been on the cheer team since her freshman year and is in expressions choir. Here is some information about Bailey Logsdon.

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Charger of the Week: Kendra Bonam

Kendra Bonam is a Centennial Charger for life.  Bonam graduated from Centennial and is currently the AP for juniors and seniors.  She said that it was strange at first to work at Centennial because a few of her former teachers still work here.  Bonam is a favorite among students because they feel like she understands and treats them like young adults.

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