Did you know that suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death between the ages of 10 to 24 of young people? What if I told you that the suicide attempts is 4 times greater in the LGBTQ community and 2 times greater for the questioning youth than the straight youth. That’s the problem today with the hatred towards the LGBTQ community.
Centennial will be having a haunted house, put on by the Interact Club, on October 28th, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Centennial’s gym.
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.
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.
Centennial Senior football player (and previous Charger of the Week) Jordan Williams has committed to play and study at Ball State University. The Centinal spoke with Williams about his decision and his last season as a Charger.
Guess who’s graduating with the class of 2017 this year?
Friday was Charger Spirit Day. Students wore blue and white for the pep rally and game.
Thursday of Homecoming Week was Sports Day. Students and staff gathered their medals, jerseys and sports gear to show their Charger spirit.
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.
The Centinal interviewed a student from India, a freshman at Centennial, and his name is Manan Patel. He has been here in the U.S for one year already.