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The Central Digest

HOW TO GET YOUR TAX REFUND THIS SEASON -- Pictured above is a W2 form supplied by employers and necessary to file for a tax refund.

How to Get Your Tax Refund This Season

Morgan Snyder, Columnist March 12, 2020

After speaking with students at Central, it has come to my attention that, while many students have part-time jobs, not many of those students know how to file their own taxes. Most students that I have...

FIRST EVER

First Ever ‘Empower Your Future’ Women’s Forum at UTC Proves to be a Success

Morgan Snyder, Columnist February 19, 2020

On February 12, Business Academy Teacher Mark Cuttle and Counselor Chelsea Thornhill took a handful of female students to an "Empower Your Future" forum for women; the forum consisted of a panel of four...

CENTRAL SENIORS DISCUSS THE INDEPENDENCE THAT COMES WITH ‘ADULTING’ -- A particularly inspiring and motivating dishtowel shows a girl wrestling a gator to (assumingly) scare her parents.

Central Seniors Discuss the Independence that Comes with ‘Adulting’

Morgan Snyder, Columnist January 24, 2020

You might have seen the somewhat-viral photo of this dishtowel floating around Instagram, Twitter and other social media sites. I found it in The Westerner, one of my favorite stores, during my vacation...

STOP KILLING TIME, MAKE IT WORK FOR YOU INSTEAD -- Central Senior Jazmynn Ball is smiling behind the registers at Little Caesars, where she works part-time.

Stop Killing Time, Make it Work for you Instead

Morgan Snyder, Columnist December 2, 2019

With so many students having part-time jobs, it is a wonder how we are not all taking naps in every class. Waking up in the morning for school is the absolute worst part of our days, and our assignments...

LOCAL RICHARD WATTS PRESENTS HIS ANNUAL HALLOWEEN DISPLAY -- The haunted cemetery is the hallmark of Watts display every year.

Local Richard Watts Presents His Annual Halloween Display

Morgan Snyder, Columnist October 30, 2019

For some, Halloween is not a one-night event. My neighbor, Richard Watts, agreed that the parties and candy are a significant part of the holiday, but for him, it is also an opportunity to display his...

EVERY LITTLE BIT HURTS: COACH SHURETTES FIFTH PERIOD BEAUTIFIES CENTRALS CAMPUS -- Shurettes fifth period gym class is showing off their campus cleanup efforts proudly.

Every Litter Bit Hurts: Coach Shurette’s Fifth Period Beautifies Central’s Campus

Morgan Snyder, Columnist October 16, 2019

If you have ever walked through Central High's parking lots, you have most likely seen how much garbage people leave on the ground. Whether it is after sports events, after a pep rally, or even after a...

MISSING MS. WHITE — Ms. Sally White poses with Central graduate and former Central Digest Editor in Chief Preston Fore.

Missing Ms. White

Morgan Snyder, Columnist September 24, 2019

As the school year began, I felt a heavy, missing presence in the halls of Central High School. Our beloved Ms. Sally White, a favorite among many, is off to achieve new heights at the Chattanooga High...

GOODBYE, CENTRAL HIGH -- Senior Columnist Morgan Snyder reminisces on her final year at Central.

A Morganic Beginning

Morgan Snyder, Columnist September 11, 2019

Those of you reading this column may know me, but quite honestly, most of you do not. For those of you who already know me, I am now a member of the Digest! Look at me. Go me. For my readers who do not...

PRINCIPAL IANNARONE CHATS WITH A STUDENT -- Principal Iannarone gives a warm welcome back to a Central student.

Principal Phil Iannarone Has Got His Eye on a Clear 2020 School Year

Morgan Snyder, Columnist August 29, 2019

Former Central teacher Phil Iannarone is taking over as Central's new, permanent principal. Though this upcoming year will be his nineteenth year teaching, it has been ten years since Mr. Iannarone's face...

GOODBYE COLUMN -- Columnist Laurelie Holmberg leaps for joy as graduation approaches.

Goodbye Column

Laurelie Holmberg, Columnist May 2, 2019

Over the years, I have made many interesting choices in my life. Some choices were made spur of the moment, while others I pondered for months. I tend to be a very rational person, often weighing out the...

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