Our fall production is November 16, 17 and 18 at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. It's called, "Scenes of Christmas" and will include songs and scenes from Christmas favorites including, A Christmas Carol, White Christmas, Frozen, and many more.
Our high school and middle school concert and gift auction will be on October 28 at 5:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. If you would like to buy tickets or make a donation, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are $20.00 and that includes a starter set of tickets, the concert, dessert, coffee and tea.
The Spirit Club is presents, Family Feud.
Thursday night, November 2 at 6:30 p.m.
Come out and cheer on your favorite team!
The winners of Friday's Central Spirit Day competition are as follows: 1st place=The Sophomore Class with 44.50 % of the class participating; 2nd place= the Junior Class with 43.73 % participating; 3rd place= the Senior Clas with 42.12 % participating and 4th place=the Freshman Class with 40.29% participating. The winners of Friday Night's Attendance at the Homecoming Game Competition are as follows: 1st place= the Sophomore Class wiht 39.56 %; 2nd place= the Junior Class with 28.74 %; 3rd place=the Senior Class with 26.04 % and 4th place= the Freshman Class with 24.62% The current rankings for Spirit Week after all of last weeks competitions are in 1st place is the Sophomores with 275 points Tie for 2nd Place- Junior and Senior Classes each with 200 points 3rd Place- Freshman Class with 75 points Remember November 15 starts Class Wars for Spirit Week, remember to participate each day to earn points for your class!
On Friday, October 13 our high school students showed their school spirit by wearing garnet & gold. Also, the students in each class, freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors, decorated the cafeteria walls for homecoming. Judges voted on their favorite walls and the winners are: in fourth place the freshmen class, in third place the junior class, in second place the sophomore class, and in first place the senior class.
To see all of the hard work that was done by the students click on the link below.
On October 13, the high school celebrated academic success and leadership Many of the invited students earned an academic letter or Lantern of Learning pin for maintaining a 92.5 or above cumulative GPA overall. Some received awards or medals for high GPAs & other contributions to the school community.
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Central vs Donovan Catholic at 2nd Avenue in Seaside Park. Third overall Niko DeVoe and fifth overall Aristotle Condos.
Left to right: Niko DeVoe, Dan Switzer, Reese Mangold, Aristotle Condos and Coach Jeff Mangold.
H & M Potter School presents,
October 20 & 21
7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
60 Veeder Lane
Each year, representatives from colleges and universities come to our school to familiarize prospective students with their institutions.The names and dates for these visits have just been posted. If you are interested in attending any of these events, you must get a pass from guidance.
Attached you will find the schedule for statewide assessments testing for the year 2017 - 2018.
There are new articles on the Eagle's Voice website, with lots more to come. Keep checking back.
Dance tickets are being sold in the cafeteria starting Monday, October 23.
The cost is $20 per team, but with 5 players on each team, that's only $4 per person! To sign up, just email Mr. Abbott or Mr. Jacobs with a list of your five members (and a TEAM NAME), and then have a cash or check handed in no later than Friday, October 27. Sign-ups are open to anyone within the district. Teams can be composed of all staff members, all students, or a combination of both (Dr. P already has a team!) We hope to see you there!