Students Wise to Heed Graduation Requirements

Samantha Runtuwene, Staff Writer

December 17, 2015

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There are various requirements for a student to be able to graduate. For a standard diploma students need to have 24 credits; 26 credits is required for an honors diploma. But credits alone will not qualify one for graduation;...

Speech & Debate Dec. 5th Competition @ Clackamas Recap

Amaya Mullen, Staff Writer

December 17, 2015

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There were enough competitors at the Beginners Speech & Debate competition on Dec. 5th for the top 3 participants in each debate to qualify for state in their county.   Speech & Debate is a great way to build ...

Upcoming Changes in SUN Program

Madeline Sanstrum, Staff Writer

December 17, 2015

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Students should look for January changes and additions in the SUN program.  “We’d like to get a lot of students involved in it so that it’s just not one or two working really, really hard,” said SUN Coordinator Katie...

Science Test Scores Could Lead to Prizes

Michelle Yang, Staff Writer

December 17, 2015

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Are you ready for the science state testing? Ready or not, it's coming!  It’ll be tough for students to function with all the information being thrown at them, especially coming back from break, which is when the testing beg...

SBAC Test Scores Published

Ira Buzhduga, Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

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Oregon School Report Cards were made public on October 15. The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) Test Scores were evaluated, giving intuition on the development of three major subjects--math, reading and writing--for the ju...

School Hosts Financial Aid Night

Yenisleidy Chavez Marrero, CUB Writer

November 17, 2015

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With a goal to inform juniors and seniors and their parents about FAFSA  and other related college financial aid information, the school will hold Financial Aid Night on Dec. 10 in the school commons.  A second night will follow on January 12 in...

Negotiations Start Again Soon

Sophie Vawter, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015

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Here we go again! Just a year after the last contract was ratified, the district’s two sides must come together for another negotiation session. Contract negotiations are the give-and-take process the parties must go through t...

District Debates on $85 Million Bond Measure

Sheila Trnjanin, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015

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The Centennial School Board is debating whether or not to move ahead with a $85 million bond measure that would provide a new middle school and a variety of internal improvements.   The final decision of passing the bond to co...

Centennial Enrollment Numbers

Michelle Yang, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015

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Have you ever wondered how many students are currently enrolled in Centennial? About 1,813 students are enrolled. To start it off, the freshman class has the highest number of students. The total number of freshmen is...

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

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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 ...

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