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COVID-19 Causes Changes Before the Holidays

TEST TAKING DURING COVID-19 -- The school is taking necessary precautions as they go back into phase two learning. This means smaller classrooms during the testing schedule.
November 20, 2020

The 2020-21 school year has been one of great changes. While the year started out with students participating in A and B days that were determined by last name, the county switched into Phase Three after...

November Shines a Light on Alzheimer’s Disease

ALZHEIMER'S AWARENESS MONTH -- The month of November shines a light on dementia. This is symbolized by a purple ribbon.
November 19, 2020

November is the awareness month for Alzheimer's Disease. This illness is a form of dementia that is most commonly found in the elderly. Not only does this sickness affect the host, but it affects the family...

Meigs County Bus Crash Results in Devastation

MEIGS COUNTY BUS CRASH RESULTS IN DEVASTATION-- This is the scene of the crash in which caused a death of both Lisa Dillard and Addicyn Medley.
November 17, 2020

October 27 has now become a day many will never forget. Meigs County is continuing to mourn the loss of a bus driver, Lisa Dillard, and a seven-year-old student, Addicyn Medley. As mentioned in The Tennessean,...

Misty Jones is Central’s Teacher of the Month for October

MISTY JONES IS CENTRAL'S TEACHER OF THE MONTH FOR OCTOBER -- Mrs. Misty Jones is presented with a certificate for earning the teacher of the month award.
November 16, 2020

Many teachers are considered when it comes time to decide the teacher of the month, and Misty Jones was selected for the title for the month of October by Central students and administration. This being...

2020 Fall Picture Day Goes Smoothly Despite Pandemic

FALL PICTURES GO SMOOTHLY DESPITE PANDEMIC -- LifeTouch is Central's provider for school pictures.
November 12, 2020

Going into this school year, many things became uncertain and unplanned. Things like sports, clubs, and even picture day have been jeopardized due to the pandemic looming over the country. Many staff members...

Central’s Student Body Continues to Decrease

CENTRAL CONTINUES TO FACE DECREASES IN STUDENTS BODY -- Central students explore colleges and other post-high school opportunities at last year's college fair.
November 9, 2020

Central prides itself in the diversity of its population, allowing for several different personalities and experiences to converge into a single school. However, that population has been gradually declining,...

A Happy Halloween Birthday

HAPPY HALLOWEEN BIRTHDAY -- Mrs. LeeAnn Brock embraces having an unique birthday by teaming up with Boba Fett from Star Wars to convey her excitement.
October 30, 2020

As October comes to a close, everyone is looking forward to the spook-tacular holiday known as Halloween. Amidst changes due to COVID-19, there is a lot of uncertainty over how the occasion will occur....

The Central Sound of Chattanooga Faces Unforeseen Circumstances

PHOTO GALLERY: HOMECOMING 2020 -- The band performs their half-time show,
October 9, 2020

As COVID-19 has changed everything, schools have done their best to keep students in a 'normal' routine.  Classes, sports, band, and choir have all continued with certain modifications.  This continuation...

Hamilton County to Serve Free Meals to All Students

HAMILTON COUNTY FREE MEALS TO ALL STUDENTS
October 6, 2020

The economic well-being of citizens during the pandemic has been an urgent and complex topic following a rapid increase in nationwide unemployment. One factor of controversy adjacent to this economic shift...

Central JROTC Continues Annual Food Drive

CENTRAL JROTC CONTINUES ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE -- Seniors Dallana Nolazco and Deondree Roberts attending the JROTC Food Drive drop-off in the Armory.
October 2, 2020

On Monday, September 1, JROTC began their annual food drive. Anyone can bring in non-perishable food items until Wednesday, November 11. Every year, JROTC collects food to donate to those in need in the...

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