New Health Curriculum in Phase 1 & 2 of Adoption

McKenzie Proehl, Editor-In-Chief

November 17, 2015

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Last week Centennial health teachers met with the district to begin the process of adopting new human sexuality health curriculum. The motion was put in place because of a grant that was recently received. "There are different...

Bracy Enhances Recycling Program

Madeline Sanstrum, Staff Writer

November 16, 2015

Filed under News, Showcase

A new recycling program is underway in order to make a more comprehensive group of students aimed at creating less waste within the school. Junior Winter Burris and sophomore Danielle Bracy’s main goals for now are to have ...

Effect of Legalized Marijuana Still Unknown

Sophie Vawter, Staff Writer

November 16, 2015

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Oregon recreational marijuana sales became legal in October, allowing medical marijuana dispensaries to sell limited marijuana retail products to anyone at least 21-years-old. Even though this law excludes  minors, it makes sen...

Fee Waivers Could Benefit Seniors

Laura Popescu, Editor-In-Chief

November 12, 2015

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If anything, for seniors this time of year is so crucial and has potential to shaping out the rest of their lives. With college applications and scholarship opportunities presenting themselves left and right it can be diffic...

Auditorium Makeover

Auditorium Makeover

October 28, 2015

CHS Short Custodial Staff

Taber Arias, Staff Writer

October 28, 2015

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Recently Centennial has been short staffed in the custodial department, but the problem is not just the at the high school. Budget cuts all over have made things more difficult for the staff, district, and students involved with...

New Staff on the Block

New Staff on the Block

October 28, 2015

Student Health Center to be available soon

February 27, 2014

Filed under News, Uncategorized

A new student health center is in the works for Centennial High School. Construction for the project has already begun taking place, as some might have witnessed, in the East wing of the building between the arts and journalism...

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