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WRCB Anchor David Carroll Discusses Journalism Career with the Central Digest

WRCB Anchor David Carroll Discusses Journalism Career with the Central Digest

Preston Fore, Editor-in-Chief

February 13, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

David Carroll has been a beloved member of the Chattanooga community for many years as the face and voice of WRCB Channel 3. Last week, Carroll took the time to discuss his experienced career with the writers of the Central Digest. "Central has great kids, and the best principal in the world, [Finley...

‘Nothing Bundt Cakes’ Sponsors the Central Choir’s Latest Fundraiser

‘Nothing Bundt Cakes’ Sponsors the Central Choir’s Latest Fundraiser

Blake Catlett, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

As Valentine's Day approaches, many people are looking for ways to celebrate, or show their appreciation for the people around them. Thanks to the sponsors of their latest fundraiser, Nothing Bundt Cakes, the Central Choir has been able to sell cakes to ensure that teachers have a sweet treat for Valentine's...

Senior Mikayla Gill is Accepted into Bryan College with a Softball Scholarship

Senior Mikayla Gill is Accepted into Bryan College with a Softball Scholarship

Dylan Muccino, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019


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As the year goes on, more and more seniors are being accepted into the university of their choice. Central Senior Mikayla Gill has been accepted into Bryan College, and has gotten signed on a softball scholarship. Bryan is a private Christian college located in Dayton, Tennessee. The qualifications to...

The Central Sound’s Numerous Gifted Musicians Participate in Distinguished Honor Bands

The Central Sound’s Numerous Gifted Musicians Participate in Distinguished Honor Bands

Abby Young, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

Central High School's band has always been renowned for its abundant talent. The group has been recognized with countless awards in both marching and concert band. Along with the whole band receiving recognition, the defining individual members are also acclaimed. Honor bands are just one way outstanding...

Juniors Prepare for Important ACT Testing During Advisory

Juniors Prepare for Important ACT Testing During Advisory

Dakota Wootan, Staff Writer

February 2, 2019


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The ACT is probably one of the most important tests students will ever take in their life. It can make a huge influence on how the rest of one’s life pans out, assuming that person plans on pursuing higher education. The better one's ACT score, the better chance one has of getting accepted into a prestigious...

Donate Books and Hats to the National Honor Society in Support of Erlanger’s Oncology Department

Donate Books and Hats to the National Honor Society in Support of Erlanger’s Oncology Department

Airicka Richardson, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019


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From January 16 through February 1, the National Honor Society is hosting a book and toboggan hat drive. All the books and hats that have been collected during the drive will be donated to Erlanger Hospital's Oncology Department for cancer patients. This idea was brought about by Mrs. Peggy Moyer, the...

Cochran, Atkins, and Alexander Begin Second Semester with Office Switch Up

Cochran, Atkins, and Alexander Begin Second Semester with Office Switch Up

Blake Catlett, Staff Writer

January 27, 2019


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To start off the second semester, Karen Atkins, Stacy Alexander, and Michelle Cochran have all moved into different rooms. Cochran is now located in the main hall across from the B-Pod entrance. Atkins has moved to the center of C-Pod, and Alexander is now located in the guidance office. The locational...

Snow May Be Delayed This Year According to Recent Winter Weather Predictions

Snow May Be Delayed This Year According to Recent Winter Weather Predictions

Dylan Muccino, Staff Writer

January 23, 2019


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The weather has fluctuated throughout the few weeks of winter that have passed. Although the coldest season is just beginning, some days are warmer then others. This is due to warm air coming up from the gulf. Even though it has not snowed yet, some people believe that snow may possibly be on the way. “I...

Principal Finley King is Presented with Freedoms Foundation Distinguished Educator Award

Principal Finley King is Presented with Freedoms Foundation Distinguished Educator Award

Marshall Sims and DayOnna Carson

January 16, 2019


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Principal Finley King’s successful administration over Central High School has not gone unnoticed. He has been commended for his work at Central many times over the years, seeing as he has always been very dedicated and active with the school and its students. With this in mind, it is no surprise that...

Central Sees 0.1 Point Drop in ACT Score Averages From 2018

Airicka Richardson and DayOnna Carson

January 14, 2019


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One of the most important aspects of one's high school career is the ACT. This exam is essential to college applications, seeing as each university requires applicants to have reached a specific score before they can be considered for acceptance. According to the current and past ACT score records, Central's...

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