Central H.S. Announcements for 02/06/2018 


Black History Quote- “My mission in life is not to merely survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” ~ Maya Angelou

Please come and join us for our Black History Program “Historical Events Through the Arts” on Monday, February 12th.  Please see the attached flyer for more information.  Black History Program Invitation 2018.pdf 


There is a PTSA meeting TOMORROW, February 7th,  in the CHS library at 7:00p. Hope to see you there.


Rehearsals for the Black History Program are TODAY and TOMORROW in Decker Theater, Thursday in room 229, and Friday in Decker Theater from 3:30 to 5:30p each day. 

Students interested in learning about racial identity development and becoming advocates for racial justice should consider joining RISE. RISE, the Racial Identity Student Experience, is comprised of students from Central, Centennial, and Novak and caring adults who wish to formulate a progressive understanding about race. All genders and gender expression are welcome. A light dinner will be provided. The next meeting is here at Central Today in room 218A and College and Career Center from 4:00p -5:30p. Interested students can see Ms. Flugge, Mr. Cooper, and Mr. Shelden Turner for more information.   

DAC (disability awareness club) will meet Thursday (2/8) at 7:30a in the library lecture hall...all welcome!!

Art club will meet this Thursday in room 219. Please remember to bring your permission slips. 

Seniors:  Your official Senior Portraits will be taken on February 15th and 16th.  Yearbook will be signing you up for time slots closer to those dates.   


Congratulations to the January CHS Student-Athletes of the Month:

Davin Yoo, sophomore - Swimming and Diving: Davin has worked extremely hard this season in the pool and in the classroom. He currently has all A's and has excelled in his races. He recently dropped a significant amount of time and went a 1:02 last week only to be followed up by a 1:00 this week. Davin is positive and a great teammate. He has been challenged by his coaches to take his swimming to the next level, and Davin has answered that challenge.

Dreanna Colvin, senior – BasketballDreanna is one of the most enthusiastic players during games. Dreanna encourages her teammates in a positive way. In a reserve role as a senior, Dreanna is always ready when needed. As an example of her ‘team first’ mentality, when one of the JV players forgot their uniform, she loaned them hers. (Not pictured)

Amari Houston, freshman – Track and Field: Amari was recognized by her teammates for work ethic during practice including doing "an amazing job pushing herself on the long runs". Amari’s fellow distance runners have seen and benefitted from Amari’s significant improvement since her from her first days on the team. (Not pictured)

Jiwoo Kim, junior - Track and Field: Jiwoo was identified by her peers as a leader in practice. Jiwoo is a hard worker, and encourages those she runs with to continue beyond their point of comfort and pushes them to get better. Jiwoo has a contagious smile and is an encouraging and helpful teammate to those who are behind her and puts in what seems like twice the effort to keep with those ahead of her.

Ally Welty Peachey, freshman - Track and FieldAlly was selected by her peers as this week's underclassman athlete of the week. Ally has been encouraging all of the distance girls throughout their workouts. Ally’s encouraging words have really helped her teammates push through and finish their workouts.


There will be an informational meeting for Boys’ Tennis TOMORROW at 3:30p in room 215.


On Wednesday: The representatives from Eastern Illinois University will be meeting with any seniors who would like to apply to EIU.  The representatives will be waiving the $30 application fee during this event.  

On Thursday: Central's Marine Corps recruiter will be meeting with any students who are interested in learning more about the United States Marine Band.  Also, the Paul Mitchell the School-Normal will be meeting with students who are interested in learning more about the beauty treatment field.

To reserve a seat for any of these visits, students are to use their Naviance account or can visit the College & Career Center.

Seniors, if you applied to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and were deferred or wait listed, please see Mr. Tanner immediately in the College & Career Center. 

The Stephens Family YMCA is looking for part-time lifeguards. Applicants must display strong water skills and possess a serious attitude towards lifeguarding.  If interested, please visit the "employment opportunities" tab on the College & Career Center's website or see Mr. Tanner in the College & Career Center.