Today's Daily Announcements

  • Spirit Week Dress Up days start next Monday!!

    Students, show your class spirit by wearing the appropriate shirt for each day next week. A count by class will be taken in homeroom for the number of students wearing that day's selection. All dress code policies remain in place.

    Points are counted and the winning class will be announced at the game on Friday!

    Here is the attire for each day:

    Monday - Class color tee shirts (wear them to Fest that night too!)

    Tuesday - Neon shirts and/or crazy hair day

    Wednesday - USA tee shirts

    Thursday - Flannel shirts

    Friday - Black Out - Homecoming shirts or black Central shirts

    Go Central!

  • Attention all students!

    Next week is our annual Spirit Week! This is a fun filled week for everyone with plenty to do all week!

    Monday night features Fest and Class competitions on the turf field. Fun begins after the JV football game around 6:00pm. Sign up in the house offices to play for your class team! A spectacular fireworks display will take place after the games so plan to stay for that!

    Also note, the Snack Shack will be open during Fest and Class competitions serving pizza, mac and cheese, candy and drinks.

    Homecoming Tee shirts will be available for sale all week while supplies last. The game is a BLACK OUT so get your homecoming shirt and be ready to go!

    The annual Homecoming Dance is Saturday night, Oct. 17th. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during lunches next week. Outside guests are welcome with the appropriate guest form available in house offices. Semi-formal attire is requested.

    Go Central!

  • FBLA will be meeting on Monday, October 12 during block 5, in 704A. We will be signing up for our competitive events. Also, please be sure to hand in your membership dues and drug form.

  • Interested in volunteering at the Central Hub? There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, October 14. Meet at the Central Hub in the IMC during 5th block. New and previous volunteers are encouraged to attend.

  • The Speech and Debate Team will meet every Monday during block 5, in room 303, beginning on September 14. The team is seeking anyone who enjoys, or wants to learn how, to debate, speak persuasively or perform. Information about the different types of speech and debate events and how to get involved will be available at each meeting.

  • Anyone intersted in joining the photography club, please attend our first meeting on Monday, September 21, block 5 in room 143.


Notices & Warnings

ID Cards

Students must carry their ID Cards while on Campus.

Unattended Bags

All unattended bags will be confiscated and searched.

Vending Machines

The vending machines are available for student use during the lunch periods. The only machine that is off-limits is the soda machine. Please report any malfunctions to a Cafeteria staff person.

Exterior Doors

Exterior doors to the 11/12 Campus and the 9/10 Campus will be locked at 3P.M. To gain entrance to the 11/12 Campus, use the Commons Entrance and the 9/10 Campus, use the entrance by the Dumpster, room 001.

Working Papers

Working papers are processed every day during Unit Lunch in the IMC (Library). Please allow 2-3 days for processing. Working paper applications are available from the house offices, 9/10 receptionist, 11/12 receptionist and the IMC (Library).

Job Opportunities

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