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Seven Central Students are Accepted into Lee Honor Band

Seven Central Students are Accepted into Lee Honor Band

Abby Young, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Every year, Central students from the acclaimed Central Sound of Chattanooga concert band have an opportunity to play in honor bands outside of their school. The Lee Honor band is the first band that students can participate in. This particular honor band occurred from the 21 to the 23 of November. ...

Central Students Attend Youth Summit Striving to Improve School Atmosphere

Central Students Attend Youth Summit Striving to Improve School Atmosphere

Blake Catlett, Assistant Editor

December 6, 2019

High school students can be quick to complain about their surroundings, especially at school. However, only a select few will actual work to change the world around them. Central students and teachers attended the Youth Summit, an initiative to promote improving school environments, on November 14. This...

Principal Phil Iannarone Explains the New Locker Policy

Principal Phil Iannarone Explains the New Locker Policy

Jaheim Williams, Staff Writer

November 25, 2019

Here at Central, students have certain rules that they are required to follow; these rules are enforced in order to protect students’ safety and education. This is the reason why the dress code was adjusted this school year. Principal Phil Iannarone has adapted the dress code to the evolving social...

FCA Supports Operation Christmas Child by Collecting Gift Donations

FCA Supports Operation Christmas Child by Collecting Gift Donations

Baylee Ellis, Staff Writer

November 23, 2019

As the holiday season rapidly approaches, many people are in search of ways that they can assist in spreading holiday cheer to others. Operation Christmas Child is a nationwide event hosted by Samaritan's Purse. People are packing shoeboxes from all around the United States and shipping them to areas of the ...

Advanced Studies Students Tour Electric Power Board Solar Share

Advanced Studies Students Tour Electric Power Board Solar Share

Blake Catlett, Assistant Editor

November 20, 2019

Since the turn of the millennia, solar energy has become more and more impactful in the world. Recently, Central's gifted students got the opportunity to see how it is being used in their community by taking a field trip to the Electric Power Board (EPB) Solar Share, a collaboration between Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and EPB...

Drama Club’s “#HashtagRomeo” Presents a Modern Twist on a Classic Tale

Drama Club’s “#HashtagRomeo” Presents a Modern Twist on a Classic Tale

Abby Young, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

Central's theatre club is tirelessly preparing for the production of their first play for the 2019-2020 school year. The theatre teacher, Kelsay Cate, and her students are very excited for their new take on an old tale. The production is called "#Hashtag Romeo" and is a modern take on the classic...

Senior Kaigen Mulkey Represents Region in State Cross Country Meet

Senior Kaigen Mulkey Represents Region in State Cross Country Meet

Sarah Katheron Latham, Staff Writer

November 18, 2019

The cross country season may have ended at Central High School, but Senior Kaigen Mulkey was able to continue the season for a little longer at the state cross country meet. Mulkey placed second locally, which allowed him to continue on to Nashville's state competition. "I felt pretty excited. It...

Reel ‘Em In: Lucas Keown Designs His Own Fishing Lures

Reel ‘Em In: Lucas Keown Designs His Own Fishing Lures

Bailey Brantingham, Head Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

Many students at Central have skills that make them unique and special. Sophomore Lucas Keown is no exception, with his handmade fishing lures and his love for craftsmanship and creativity. When he could not find the exact fishing lure he thought would do the trick, Lucas Keown decided to take matters...

Alma WHAT? Why Fewer Students are Learning the Alma Mater

Alma WHAT? Why Fewer Students are Learning the Alma Mater

Sarah Katheron Latham, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

            "What a wonderful school is ours to love, with its ups, and its downs, and its joys!" These historic lyrics of the Central High School Alma Mater were written in the 1926-1927 school year by Central's first Assistant principal, Arthur Ran...

Senior Class of 2020 Enjoys Their Annual Picnic

Senior Class of 2020 Enjoys Their Annual Picnic

Danae Wnuk, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

Seniors have a stressful year ahead of them, and they are working hard to graduate. They are focused on applying to colleges, updating their resumes, and passing their classes to secure enough credits by the end of the year. Everyone has their eyes set on graduation day and walking across that stage....

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