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Have A Wonderful Summer — The Digest Returns on August 7

Have A Wonderful Summer — The Digest Returns on August 7

May 22, 2019

The 2019-2020 Central Digest staff will return with fresh content on August 7, 2019. Feel free to read our recent publications by navigating through the webpage’s provided tabs.

Carson, Castillo, and Catlett to Serve as 2019-2020 Central Digest Head Editors

Carson, Castillo, and Catlett to Serve as 2019-2020 Central Digest Head Editors

Preston Fore, Editor-in-Chief

May 22, 2019

As the school year begins to wind down, preparations must be made to ensure successful transfers of leadership from the graduating seniors to the upcoming seniors. For the Central Digest, this process is bittersweet as the publication ushers in a new rein of editors. For the past two years, Seniors Preston...

Central’s Alumni Association Introduces Jason Frizzell Memorial Scholarship

Central’s Alumni Association Introduces Jason Frizzell Memorial Scholarship

Kirstin Langton, Staff Writer

May 21, 2019

Central High School's Seniors have a multitude of scholarship choices to apply for each school year. This 2018-2019 school year, there is a new scholarship option for seniors as well as upcoming seniors. It is known as the Jason Frizzell Memorial Scholarship. The Jason Frizzell Memorial Scholarship...

The Central Digest Named a SNO National Website of Distinction for the Third Year in a Row

The Central Digest Named a SNO National Website of Distinction for the Third Year in a Row

Blake Catlett, Staff Writer

May 20, 2019

For countless years, the Central Digest has strived to bring any and all news to Central students, teachers, alumni and any other readers. This year, countless hours of emails, interviews, and writing were pumped into the Digest to make it what it is today. The school year long efforts have finally paid...

Central Welcomes New Boys’ Basketball Coach With Open Arms

Central Welcomes New Boys’ Basketball Coach With Open Arms

Jaheim Williams, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

Mentoring today's youth carries a lot of responsibility, and allows one to steer the future of the nation towards the right direction. Many advisors try their best to guide teens to the right direction, but not everyone is capable of doing so. Coach Rick Rogers made sure he did his best when it came...

Central Jazz Band Hosts Annual Dinner Concert

Central Jazz Band Hosts Annual Dinner Concert

Dylan Muccino, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

Joshua Bloodworth, Central High School’s Band Director, recently hosted a jazz band dinner concert. The dinner held on Friday, May 3rd at 7:00PM was at Brainerd Baptist. The turnout was expected to be 200-250 people based on the sale of tickets. Tickets were $25 a person and included admission to the...

Frazier, Teems Named JROTC Royalty at Military Ball

Frazier, Teems Named JROTC Royalty at Military Ball

Matthew Davis, Assistant Editor

May 6, 2019

Central High School is known for the distinct traditions it upholds, one of these being the annual military ball  coordinated by the JROTC, Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps, department. This year, the extravaganza was held on March 1, 2019, aboard the Southern Belle riverboat in downtown Chatt...

Dr. Lee McDade Steps Up as Central’s Principal for the Remainder of the School Year

Dr. Lee McDade Steps Up as Central’s Principal for the Remainder of the School Year

May 1, 2019

When it was rumored that Mr. Finley King, Central's principal at the time was going to retire, it evoked sadness and concern from many faculty and students who held him in high regard. With Mr. King's departure came a new figure of authority to help finish off the school year, former assistant superintendent,...

After 12 Years as Principal, Finley King (’83) Takes Flight Into New Career at Delta Airlines

After 12 Years as Principal, Finley King (’83) Takes Flight Into New Career at Delta Airlines

Preston Fore, Editor-in-Chief

April 11, 2019

Schools are defined by their leadership. The responsibility comes down to the principal to make the tough decisions that can make or break a school. Thankfully, Central High School has been fortunate to have Mr. Finley King as principal for the past 12 years. King has embodied Central for most of his...

The Central High School Drama Club Gets Personal With “Almost, Maine” Production

The Central High School Drama Club Gets Personal With “Almost, Maine” Production

Airicka Richardson, Staff Writer

April 11, 2019

Central’s drama club has been rehearsing for  another play that they will be presenting in the school library on Friday, April 12, and Saturday, April 13. This production is titled Almost, Maine and it is about the formation, re-connection, and termination of romantic relationships. The play inc...

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