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Thursday, January 20, 2022

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Central High School will have a normal school day tomorrow, Friday January 21st.  High school campuses will be open as regularly scheduled.  All students in grades 9 through 12 and high school staff will report to campuses for in-person classroom instruction. 

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Do you have a special talent? Do you like to perform, sing, play, act, dance, or tell jokes? Help us show everyone that “Central’s Got Talent!”

Auditions for Central’s Talent Show are open to all academically eligible students in grades 9-12. Auditions for the talent show will be held TODAY AND TOMORROW. You must sign-up online to secure an audition spot. Spots fill VERY fast! Visit our website (www.centralhighchoir.org) to sign-up and read the rules.

For more information about the auditions, please see Mr. Gilmore or Mrs. Vaught in the CHS Choir Hall, next to the Student Service Center.

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If you are interested in being a part of a Dungeons and Dragons Club, there will be an information meeting Monday, January 24th at 1:15 in Mrs. Hausenfluck’s Room, Banneker 2 Room 101. 

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Southwestern University will be here on January 25th. Seniors and juniors come see Mrs. Chapman in the counseling center for a pass.

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From the cafeteria, lunch options today are Pepperoni Pizza or Grilled Chicken on a Bun together with your choice of sides, condiments, and juice or milk.  Remember the first student breakfast and/or lunch is FREE every day!   A second student lunch is $3.00, and an adult lunch with milk or tea is just $4.25.

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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

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Do you have a special talent? Do you like to perform, sing, play, act, dance, or tell jokes? Help us show everyone that “Central’s Got Talent!”

Auditions for Central’s Talent Show are open to all academically eligible students in grades 9-12. Auditions for the talent show will be held TODAY THROUGH FRIDAY (January 19-21). You must sign-up online to secure an audition spot. Spots fill VERY fast! Visit our website (www.centralhighchoir.org) to sign-up and read the rules.

For more information about the auditions, please see Mr. Gilmore or Mrs. Vaught in the CHS Choir Hall, next to the Student Service Center.

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Congratulations to Gregory Faught, Central High School Orchestra bassist, who placed 1st in the TMEA All-State Sinfonietta Orchestra chair auditions! Gregory will attend the TMEA All-State Orchestra Clinic and Concert in February in San Antonio, TX, along with other students from all over the state who auditioned into the group. We are very proud of you!

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The Central UIL Academic team travelled to San Antonio this past weekend for a practice meet. After some good food and great shopping at the famous River Walk, the Academic Cats pulled off a strong performance at the Winston Churchill High UIL Invitational. Results were as follows:

In Number Sense, Patrick Smith won first place.

In Calculator, Patrick Smith was 9th place.

In Current Events, Olivia Rutherford won first place.

In ninth and tenth grade Science, Ben Puello placed third, and Alvina Shaik placed 10th.

In eleventh and twelfth grade Science, Aryan Shaik placed third, and Phillip Bordner placed 4th.

In Literary Criticism, Jackson Harzke placed second, Hannah Richardson placed 4th, Nichole Salas placed 7th, and the Lit Crit Team won the team championship.

In Social Studies, Olivia Rutherford placed third.

In Computer Science, Novice Division, Patrick Fuentes placed 7th, and Patrick Smith placed 4th. In the Veteran Division, Camilla Lane placed 8th, and Miguel Flores-Acton won first place. The computer science team placed second in team standings.

In Spelling, Patrick Smith won first place.

The Central Academic Cats placed third in sweepstakes standings even with a shorthanded crew.

Congratulations to all who competed. The CHS UIL team will next compete on February 12 in Abilene.

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The Varsity Boys Soccer team defeated Lubbock Coronado last night FIVE to ZERO with Jacob Little and Caleb Catano earning the shutout in goal. Erick Rodriguez scored twice while Daelin Valadez, Sean Snyder, and Oscar Fuentes each scored one goal. Sebastian Espinoza, Jacob Castro, Tristan Tapia, Michael Chapa, and Erick Rodriguez all had assists.

The Junior Varsity will compete in the SAISD JV Tournament on Saturday and both the JV and Varsity will open district play at home Tuesday against Frenship.

Sic Em Cats!

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From the cafeteria

Today’s lunch choices are:

Meatball Sub

OR

Chicken Tenders w/Hot Roll

Diced Carrots

Jalapeno Beans

Sliced Peaches

Fresh Apple

Choice of Milk

Remember the first student breakfast and/or lunch is FREE every day! A second student lunch is $3.00, and an adult lunch with milk or tea is just $4.25.

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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

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Hey Central, with yesterday being Martin Luther King Jr. Day let’s think about this quote: “I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”  Let's work together to be kind and caring toward one another as Dr. King intended.

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This past Thursday the powerlifting team competed in the Snyder meet. The following girls placed

Rebekah Dupre- 3rd Place

Jaylen Dehoyos- 1st Place

Daniela Valdez- 1st Place

Great Job Ladies!

 The powerlifting team will get back to action on February 3rd at the Hawley Meet.

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Texas State University will be here on January 20th.  Seniors and Juniors come see Mrs. Chapman in the Counseling Center for a pass. 

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Southwestern University will be here on January 25th. Seniors and Juniors come see Mrs. Chapman in the counseling center for a pass.

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From the cafeteria, lunch options today are Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich or Mini Cheese Pasta together with your choice of sides, condiments, and juice or milk.  Remember the first student breakfast and/or lunch is FREE every day!   A second student lunch is $3.00, and an adult lunch with milk or tea is just $4.25.

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Central Main

Tuesday May 25, 2021

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Good morning Central, today the cafeteria will be serving chicken salad plate with fruit,  a roll and a cupcake, or popcorn chicken, sweet corn, pineapple chunks, and milk .

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CHS— it’s time to turn in your library books.  Check your school email account for a list of books you have checked out.  Please turn them in to the library. SENIORS, get your books in as soon as possible, so your records can be clear to pick up your cap and gown.  Sophomores and juniors, you need to have a clear record for next fall.  Thank you for turning your books in! 

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Students, if you know you will need to attend summer school to recover credits you may pick up a registration form in the counseling center or from most teachers who teach a core subject.  Registration will take place on Tuesday, June 1st from 1:00-4:00 pm in Tucker Hall, on Main Campus the two-story building that faces Loop 306.  There will be two summer school sessions, Session 1 is Credit Recovery and EOC Prep from June 7-24 and Session 2 is Credit Recovery only from July 12-29, Monday -Thursdays 8:00 and until noon.  EOC/STAAR testing is June 21-24. All Summer school sessions will be in Tucker Hall on Main Campus.

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Listen up… it’s time to take care of end of year stuff:  pay for fines/fees, turn in your textbooks and any devices that you no longer need. ALL Chromebook MUST be turned into the Student Service Center.  You may get on Home Access to check the status of your fines/fees.  Go to the Student Service Center to take care of this, they accept cash or checks only.  Please make sure this is done before finals start.

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Bobcats, looking for a challenge? If so, come by the James R. White gymnastics gym from 4:15pm to 5:30pm tonight. I’m looking for guys that like to flip, climb, and swing. No prior experience in gymnastics required.

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Central Main

Monday May 24, 2021

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Good morning Central, today the cafeteria will be serving fish sticks or steak fingers, with macaroni and cheese, green beans, dinner roll, fruit cocktail, super hero graham bear, and milk.

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Happy LAST week Bobcats! FCA will have their last meeting of the school year today, right after 5th in Mrs. Willis’ room. Come and hear Courtney Lyle’s share some encouragement before the school year ends! Bring a friend... and don’t forget to submit your leadership application for next year!

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CHS— it’s time to turn in your library books.  Check your school email account for a list of books you have checked out.  Please turn them in to the library. SENIORS, get your books in as soon as possible, so your records can be clear to pick up your cap and gown.  Sophomores and juniors, you need to have a clear record for next fall.  Thank you for turning your books in! 

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Students, if you know you will need to attend summer school to recover credits you may pick up a registration form in the counseling center or from most teachers who teach a core subject.  Registration will take place on Tuesday, June 1st from 1:00-4:00 pm in Tucker Hall, on Main Campus the two-story building that faces Loop 306.  There will be two summer school sessions, Session 1 is Credit Recovery and EOC Prep from June 7-24 and Session 2 is Credit Recovery only from July 12-29, Monday -Thursdays 8:00 and until noon.  EOC/STAAR testing is June 21-24. All Summer school sessions will be in Tucker Hall on Main Campus.

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Listen up… it’s time to take care of end of year stuff:  pay for fines/fees, turn in your textbooks and any devices that you no longer need. ALL Chromebook MUST be turned into the Student Service Center.  You may get on Home Access to check the status of your fines/fees.  Go to the Student Service Center to take care of this, they accept cash or checks only.  Please make sure this is done before finals start.

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Bobcats, looking for a challenge? If so, come by the James R. White gymnastics gym from 4:15 pm to 5:30 pm on Tuesday, May 25th. I’m looking for guys that like to flip, climb, and swing. No prior experience in gymnastics required.

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