Wednesday, April 23, 2014
MORP Contestants please turn in your registration forms in the office. Dana Lake and Alicia Strieker will be here on Friday during both lunch hours to help you with the contest.
Teachers: deficiencies are due on Mrs. Shumard’s desk by the end of the day.
Seniors: If you signed up for the WE Day, please check the bus list in the office for Thursday! We will be leaving as soon as the 1st hour bell rings.
WE Day movie choices: Transcendence: Captain America: The Winter Solder; Draft Day
Seniors from 1st semester Pop Culture and British Literature I who would like to go on the Dr. Seuss field trip, please see Mrs. Pettus during Channel One or sometime before lunch on Wednesday (today), April 23. 2nd hour, I'll be in 14W, 3rd hour Teacher's Lounge, 4th hour 12W.
There will be a meeting this Friday during channel one in the main gym for all girls who plan to play basketball next year. The purpose of this meeting is to distribute camp forms and summer calendars. It is important that you attend.
Thank you to all of the Spanish club members and Spanish students who donated canned food items to the BCMW for Easter. We were able to help stock their food pantry with over 125 items!
The next Spanish Club activity will be next Wednesday, April 30th at 5:30 p.m. We will be watching the movie "Selena." Popcorn and Jaritos will also be provided. Sign-up for the movie night on the board outside Sra. Rueter's classroom.
Prom Announcement for next 2 weeks
1. Decorating begins Monday, April 28, from 6-9:30 p.m. (Juniors, you may come and go as needed). However, we will need at least 15 people there every night! We will decorate every night until it's done. Friday will start after school on the stage and will go until it's complete.
2. Prom tickets will go on sale Monday, April 28. They will be sold during lunch hours Monday-Thursday. $8 single; $15 couple (cash and checks acceptable--make checks out to Central High School). Juniors, will need to work the ticket table, 2-3 workers each day.
3. Prom court King and Queen voting will take place on Thursday during both lunches. Juniors and Seniors may vote for king and queen. We will need an extra group of juniors to work the voting table on Thursday, May 1, since tickets will be sold and voting will be done on that day.
Seniors who are attending KC next year: There are still some registration appointments available for Friday. Students who have not registered for classes next year need to sign up on the clipboard on Miss Lohman's desk.
Post Prom tickets are available in the office. Purchase price is $10.
Prom decorating begins at 6 p.m. each night of prom week, starting Monday Apr. 28. We will decorate until 9-9:30 every night until it's done. We will need lots of people, so spread the word. Also, king and queen voting will take place Thursday, May 1, so we will need people to man the voting tables. Seniors and juniors may vote for king and queen.
The following students will be out for the Apprenticeship Program Plan on Wednesday, April 23 and Wednesday, April 30: Alexis Strieker, Hannah Strubhart and Kate Brown.
Central vs Mater Dei at GCS Ballpark on Monday, May 12. Tickets are available from any player. Cost is $4 each.
Attention Seniors - Senior Book -2014: In order to be a part of this year’s Senior Book, the following students need to turn in their Senior Questions forms. Extra forms may be picked up in the office or in Mrs. Prange’s classroom. The front page MUST be turned in and the back page is optional. IF STUDENTS DO NOT TURN IN THESE FORMS, THEY WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN THE SENIOR BOOK. FORMS MUST BE TURNED IN ASAP. THE FINAL ACCEPTANCE DATE FOR THESE FORMS WILL BE FRIDAY, APRIL 25th. Please turn in completed forms to Katie Prange’s room, 11W. Marta Andolfato, Gabrielle Atwater, Alex Barroso, Dalton Black, Neal Brandmeyer, Jada Brigham, Calvin Crow, Connor Dall, Femke De Ruiter, Cody Detmer, Adriana Durbin, Thomas Feldman, Kevin Garcia, Ryan Gill, Justin Gordon, Tyler Heimann, Whitney Holtz, Brianne Hupp, Makenzie Jackson, Cody Johnson, Maisie Kampwerth, Morgan Kruse, Brandon Kuhl, Baylee Luebbers, Juan Luevano, Juan Martinez, Cole McCormick, Brendan Menietti, Jason Netemeyer, John Ortiz, Ethan Ratermann, David Ribbing, Cody Richter, Sydney Rickert, Kenton Roeckenhaus, Austen Shidle, Jay Sterling, Alexis Strieker, Ricky Templin, Jacob Timmermann, John Timmermann, Madison Timmermann, Alex VonBokel, Michael Wilmarth, Nathan Winkeler, Nicholas Wolters, Joseph Wuebbles, Brittany Youngbauer
The Central FFA Ag Mechanics team finished in 2nd place last night at the Section 22 contest held at Rend Lake College. Central's team members and each student's finish included: Cody Johnson 2nd place Ag Power, Logan Lammers 3rd place Electricity, Brandon Kuhl 2nd place Surveying, Ethan Ratermann 3rd place Carpentry and James Timmermann 5th place Welding. Cody Johnson was the top senior in Ag Power and won a full scholarship to Rend Lake College worth around $10,000. Eleven schools and 55 students competed in the contest.
Cougars Varsity Softball team defeated Carlyle 8-7 Tuesday night...Taylor Rakers got the win on the mound..Torre Kohrmann went 4-4 with a double and grand slam, Torre also had 6 RBI in the game
Wed Apr 23 - JV and Varsity Baseball vs Mt. Vernon – 4:30 pm
Softball @ Mater Dei – 4:00 pm
JV Softball vs Mater Dei – 4:00 pm
Girls’ Track @ Mascoutah – 4:00 pm (Bus 3:00 pm)
Thurs Apr 24 - Baseball @ Red Bud – 4:30 pm (Bus 2:30 pm)
JV Baseball vs Mater Dei – 4:00 pm
Softball @ Red Bud – 4:30 pm (Bus 2:30 pm)
JV Softball @ Vandalia (DH) – 4:15 pm (Bus 2:30 pm)
Girls’ Soccer @ Roxana – 4:15 pm (Bus 2:40 pm)
Fri Apr 25 - JV Softball vs Belleville West – 4:15 pm
Boys’ Track @ Mascoutah – 4:00 pm (Bus 3:00 pm)
Sat Apr 26 - Baseball @ T’Town/Nashville – 10:00 am (Bus 7:30 am)
JV Baseball @ Nashville – 10:00 am (Bus 8:30 am)
Softball – Nashville Tourney – Central vs Marion @ 10:30 am (Field #1)
JV Softball – O’Fallon Tourney – TBA
Any student who is interested in more information on the U.S Air Force Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, U.S. Naval Academy, or the U.S. Coast Guard Academy is invited to the "All Academy Night" hosted by Congressmen Rodney Davis & John Shimkus. The event will be held on Monday, April 28th at 7pm at Lewis & Clark Community College in Godfrey. Those interested in attending need to RSVP Jennifer White at Jen.White@mail.house.gov or (217)403-4690.
Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Student Council Members:
Next year’s sophomores:
Sydney Becker, Megan Shanafelt, Jack Strieker, Hunter Toeben, Dalton Wise, Madi Wuest
Next year’s juniors:
Emily Detmer, Carlie Heimann, Logan Kohrmann, Ryan Kuper, Zachary Tebbe, Tarik Tibbs
Next year’s seniors:
Jake Albers, Michelle Fuehne, Gabby Honeycutt, Alissa Koch, Paige Langenhorst, Alison Tebbe
Seniors: The April scholarship list is available on the bulletin board outside of Miss Lohman's office. It is also available on the school's website under Academics/Scholarship News.
Kaskaskia College will once again be offering the Jump Start program this summer. This allows high school students to take collegiate level coursework during the summer for a reduced cost. Tuition will be waived for half of the cost of up to 4 credit hours. Students will be responsible for all fees, textbook cost & half of the tuition. Current seniors are not eligible. Interested students need to see their counselor for more information.
Pre-registration forms for the upcoming St. Joseph-Breese Health Fairs are available in the front office. Health fairs are open from 6 to 10 a.m. the following dates & locations. April 24 at Trenton's First United Methodist Church (Old US 50 east of Trenton) and May 2 at St. Joseph-Breese HealthPlex (blood work only, no bone density, Pulmonary Function, etc.)
Two free tickets to a Gateway Grizzlies baseball game will be given to each potential donor attending the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center drive at the St. Joseph-Breese HealthPlex Friday, May 2. The drive is scheduled from 12 noon to 4 p.m. Donors must have given on or before Friday, March 7, to donate again.
May 2 - Faculty Meeting – 11:30 am dismissal
May 19 - First day of senior exams
May 20 - Second day of senior exams
May 22 - Senior Graduation – 7:00 pm
May 26 - Memorial Day – No School
Central Community High School will hold the Academic Achievement Awards program on Tuesday, May 6th at 7:00 P.M. in the Commons Area. The event is designed to provide students with recognition for their accomplishments. It also allows parents and members of the community to witness and share in the celebration of achievement. A personal letter from the school will invite students (and their parents) who will receive special honors that evening. However, everyone from the public is invited to attend and share in the celebration of these achievements.
Special recognitions that will be presented at the event include academic scholarships, certificates for performance on standardized tests, attendance recognitions, and special academic awards. Special guests from community organizations and surrounding institutions will be invited to present many of the honors. We anticipate that students will receive many well-deserved accolades for their scholastic performance at Central Community High School. If you would like to discuss any of the information above, please contact us at 526-4578.
Monday, May 19th and Tuesday, May 20th - Senior Exams
Wednesday, May 21st - Senior Breakfast and Graduation Rehearsal
Thursday, May 22nd - Graduation Ceremony (7:00 P.M.)
Monday, June 2nd and Tuesday, June 3rd - Underclass Exams
Tuesday, June 3rd - Last School Day (1:15 dismissal) and Teacher Workday