Wednesday of Homecoming Week was Western Day. Students and staff celebrated the west with ten gallon hats, boots and flannel shirts. Seniors won both the macho volleyball and the power puff football games.
Tuesday was Twin Day for Centennial’s homecoming. Students found a friend and coordinated outfits.
Amber Behrends is the new Spanish teacher. Behrends went to the U of I. She student taught at Charleston, IL and is now happy to be here at Centennial.
Homecoming 2016 started off with students dressing like their favorite celebrities on Movie Star Monday.
Photos courtesy of Maya Browning and Marian Wyatt
Grant Thurman is a Senior at Centennial High School and is a varsity soccer player. You can see the Chargers in action at their next home game on October 4th against Normal Community. Make sure you make it out there to support our Centennial Chargers boys!
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.
Why it is that Cheerleading and Dance no longer have a study hall and when will it resume?
The Centinal interviewed Centnnial senior, Kaylee Bryan, about the new organization Rattle the Stars. Rattle the Stars is a new organization to Centennial High School, that is bringing awareness to mental illnesses. 71% of people attempt suicide with one hour of deciding, and RTS wants to change that!
You can watch our latest video – featuring Charger volleyball – on our youtube page.
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With the start of another high school football season everyone is wondering how well The Chargers will do. Centennial went 5-5 in its 2015 season with a 6a playoff appearance and its second straight playoff appearance. The Chargers have many returning starters and high expectations from second year head coach Lakevie Johnson. We sat down with Coach Johnson to talk about the 2016 season.