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BREANN DUNCAN SERVES AS NEW CENTRAL SOCIAL WORKER -- Breann Duncan enjoys serving students in her new position.

Breann Duncan Serves as New Central Social Worker

Bailey Moore, Staff Writer May 13, 2021
"What I enjoy most about being a social worker is helping students and families that are in need. I've always wanted to make a difference in the world, and I am a humanitarian by nature. If I can make a small impact in a student or family's life, then that is my definition of success." -- Ms. Breann Duncan
CARMEN CRABTREE NAMED CENTRAL'S FCA ATHLETE OF THE YEAR -- Kameron Hammons, Taniya Crowder, and Carmen Crabtree (left to right) pictured after a victory during the 2020 volleyball season.

Carmen Crabtree Named as Central’s FCA Athlete of The Year

Zoey Greene, Staff Writer May 11, 2021

Every year, the Central High Fellowship of Christian Athletes club elects one member to be its Athlete of the Year. This school year, the group has chosen Senior Carmen Crabtree. The FCA is a group...

SIX CENTRAL STUDENTS WIN YSSW CONTEST -- Winners of the writing contest will be recognized with a medal.

Six Central Students Win YSSW Contest

Blake Catlett, Editor May 10, 2021

Every year, the Young Southern Student Writers (YSSW) chapter of Southern Lit Alliance holds a writing competition for K-12 students in Hamilton County. Students can submit prose or poetry pieces of any...

ROBY THOMAS SIGNS TO WRESTLE AT KAISER UNIVERSITY -- Roby Thomas pictured with family during his Signing Party ceremony.

Roby Thomas Signs to Wrestle at Keiser University

Luke Keown, Sports Editior May 10, 2021

Wednesday, May 5, Senior Roby Thomas signed a national letter of intent to continue his academic and wrestling career at Keiser University. Keiser University is located in West Palm Beach, Florida and...

CENTRAL JROTC JUNIORS PARTICIPATE IN BOYS AND GIRLS STATE EVENTS

Central JROTC Juniors Participate in Girls and Boys State Event

Bailey Brantingham, Editor May 8, 2021

Recently, a few select Central High School juniors were nominated to participate in the American Legion boys state event and the American Legion Auxiliary girls state event this summer. The American Legion...

PROMETHEAN BOARDS DELIVERED TO CENTRAL -- New Promethean boards sit in the front hallway.

Promethean Boards Delivered to Central

Sarah Katheron Latham, Assistant Editor May 3, 2021

Six brand new 65" Promethean Boards have been delivered to Central High School.  The new Promethean Boards are  interactive displays that allow teachers to project and control their computers from the...

PEGGY MOYER IS CENTRAL'S TEACHER OF THE MONTH FOR MARCH -- Peggy Moyer is presented with her teacher of the month certificate by Luke Keown and Amber Burchfield.

Peggy Moyer Is Central’s Teacher of the Month for March

Mackenzie Farner, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

Another month means another teacher of the month at Central, and this month's student's have chosen none other than Algebra II teacher Peggy Moyer. Moyer has been teaching at Central for 8 years now...

NATHAN DAWSON GETS GRANT TO BUILD COMPUTERS -- Nathan Dawson works on one of the computers bought with grant

Nathan Dawson Receives Grant to Fund Computer Building

Zoey Greene, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

Nathan Dawson is the Physics and Physical World Concepts teacher here at Central. Dawson is very adamant about teaching students not only about science but technology as well. Recently, he was awarded...

NEW BUSINESS CLASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE IN 2021 -- Teachers have posted several flyers in the hallway to raise awareness and encourage students to sign up for new business classes.

New Business Classes Will be Available in Fall 2021

Haroun Ghazi, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

Central High will be introducing more business classes in the Fall of 2021. The course is offered to all students and will be taught in a three part program.  Sign-ups for these business classes are...

Hamilton County residents who are 16 years and older  are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Pfizer Vaccine Becomes Available For Those Ages 16 and Up

Bailey Brantingham, Editor April 26, 2021

Over the past year, the goal of getting society back to normal has been one of the top priorities of the community. Many have been hard at work developing plans and procedures for returning things to the...

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