The She Kills Monsters auditions are finally completed and the cast and crew list has been shared! Our drama director, Ms.Green, the cast, crew, and more are rearing to start! With loads of stage combat and a fun new look at DnD we jump into the world of Tillius the Paladin. Agnes, her sister wants to know why her sister Tilly died. So she must travel into her sister’s world to find out why. With the help of the dungeon master Chuck, Agnes will join her sister’s party and defeat monsters along the way.
Centennial has a rather large array of clubs available for students to join. From debate to ping pong, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll find a club worth joining. Speaking of clubs, here’s some you might be interested in.
By Johnny Nham & Sana Khan
An individual in Illinois passed away from vaping on September 3rd of 2019. The individual was hospitalized with severe respiratory illnesses and later died. That is the first of seven known cases, where an individual has died related to vaping.
The Centennial Speech Team is finally wrapping up their season, just having gone to regionals at U-High on February 3rd. There are only six members of this team, but each student was ready to work hard, most having performed in not one but two events. An event is the type of speech you perform, and there are fourteen different kinds. These events range from humorous or dramatic acting to informative or persuasive speeches.
The biggest award show in Hollywood has finally released their nominations and like every year, there are some major oversights, along with some pleasant surprises that many could not have seen coming. Before diving into the major categories, I want to shed some light on great films that I didn’t expect to pick up smaller nominations.
Congratulations Centennial Students, we can finally wear hats in school. During last semester Mr. Riegler decided to talk to the teachers about what they think about allowing hats in school. He also talked to some students to see how they would feel about hats being allowed. Most of the teachers and students decided that they wouldn’t mind hats in classes. Mr. Riegler decided the new semester would be a great time to start this new rule. No hoods allowed but now your ears can be nice and toasty in class and you can hide your bad hair day with a nice hat.
Aaron Chun runs the college and career center where students can go and get information on colleges you are looking at. He can also help you with choosing a career you want to go into. Chun should be in the office most of the time throughout the school day.
Centennial students began school this week. We wish you all the best for a good school year.
Pocket points are taking over phones, people are spreading the word like a virus, free foooooddddd.!!! Free Food? FREE FOOOOD!! Is usually all the kids can hear because who doesn’t want to save their hard working or their parents hard working money to get the best kinds of food they already like to buy.
Many students in Centennial High School would agree that coming to school can be difficult at times because of how hard it is to wake up in the morning. In response to the bad reputation that students get for being tired in class, I believe that we should have later start times. This would be beneficial in many ways. Students would be more awake during class, have better focus and maintain their grades more easily. It is unrealistic to expect teenagers to be able to be up so early in the morning and still have the ability to function and concentrate as if they were well-rested and prepared for learning.