Daily Announcements

Central Cougars
Daily Announcements
Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Your Cougar Volleyball team picked up their 12th win of the season last night in Roxana with scores of 25-11 & 25-12. Riley Gebke led the Cougars with 13 kills, Kaydence Schroeder was a close second with 12 kills, Austyn Jansen tallied 8, and Emma Taylor 7. Avery Budde led the team in assists with 19 and Emma Ratermann had 8. Hannah Kampwerth had 5 blocks and two aces and Austyn Jansen tallied 13 digs and 2 aces. Regan Oster also had 12 digs and Avery Budde 11. Your Cougars will travel to Freeburg tomorrow night to face the lady midgets...freshman starts at 5, JV at 6, and varsity at 7. Come out and support Cougar Volleyball!

Yesterday before the great storm from the south rolled through, your Cougar Golf team was swinging around some lightning rods trying to appease the rain gods. Apparently the Rain dance of 2021 held the storm off long enough to let the Varsity and JV Golf teams finish their rounds. Keira "the Killa" Veizer was all smiles as she skipped around the club house, carding the lowest round for the Cougars. Kierstan "the Krusher" Lampe was extremely excited the ball was flying straight. You probably didn't know this but the ball's willingness to cooperate in golf makes scoring low numbers a much easier task. Ole Krusher hung on for the cougars and pounded that ball down the fairway. Finishing as one of the lowest scorers for the cougars. Lets not forget about JV!! Oh no they were out on the course smacking that little white ball around as well. Abi Wilson was the low scorer yesterday for the Cougar JV team. She was finding fairways and short grasses all over the course. Wiley Riley was having a great round as well. She just walked around that course hammering that little ball every chance she got. She beat that ball into submission about the 3rd hole and walked ever so easily about the course admiring the landscaping and wildlife. Joran Schiefer "Jordo for Shorto" almost got carried away by a pack of mosquitos. Thankfully they were vaccinated and weren't carrying West Nile. The Cougars are back in action this afternoon at Oak Brook G. C. Let's Go Cougars.

September is childhood cancer awareness month. TeamEli will be at the Central-Freeburg game on Friday night raising funds for St. Jude Research Hospital. We will have some freebies and goodies for the kids. Any type of donation will enter your name into a raffle for a St. Jude themed basket. The lucky winner will be announced at the beginning of the fourth quarter and must be present to win. Come on out and enjoy the Roots Rivalry game and stop by and see us at the St. Jude table. Go COUGS!

HOSA would like to thank all who signed up to donate. Appointment cards and permission slips have been distributed. The response was so overwhelming, that we exceeded the number of appointment slots available. Donors were scheduled on a first come first serve basis so if you signed up, but did not receive an appointment card, it was due to there not being any more slots available. Please know that your offer to help is greatly appreciated. There will be 3 more blood drives this year and we highly encourage all those individuals to sign up at a future one. For those who are scheduled to donate, you must bring your student ID with you to the east gym at your appointment time. Be sure to eat before donating and drink adequate fluids throughout the day before and after donating. Included with your appointment card is a note stating how to pre-register. This needs to be done sometime tomorrow morning and will help the blood drive stay on schedule so please be sure to do that. Also, any athlete who is currently in season, you should not donate during this drive. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Boruff.

Homecoming Court Pictures will take place on Thursday, September 16th during the 8th hour.

There will be a meeting during advisory on Friday for the senior girls’ basketball players.

Freshmen and sophomore PCCS members: We will be having our first Meeting on Thursday, September 16 during 8th hour advisory. After announcements are read please report to commons and bring your Chromebook.

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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month.

The average cost of a stay in a hospital for a child with cancer is $40,000.

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Congratulations to the following for being elected to the Homecoming court:
Freshman: Maya Bedard, Zoe Luth, Griffen Becker and Kaden Rakers
Sophomores : Makenna Budde, Harley Gebke, Fredrick Ritchey, Jake Robke
Juniors: Melanie Hilmes, Morgan Jansen, Cody Schiefer, Nolan Pruett
Seniors: Savanah Isham, Riley Jansen, Izzy Melton, Maggie Schrage, Vaughn Douglas, Mason Hamon, Myles Kampwerth and Luke Strubhart

The Queen Candidates will be going to Becker Jewelers on Wednesday September 22 during 5th hour (11:15 - 12:00) to receive the crown donation.

Students: Check out the Central Supply Store’s Homecoming Attire Giveaway. Dresses and men’s wear will be available from Sept 7th-17th. E-mail Mrs. Koerkenmeier, Mrs. Kuhn, Mrs. Benhoff, or Mrs. Walker for more information and/or to schedule a private shopping appointment.

Sophomore Homecoming Dinner flyers are available in the office. This will take place at the Schoendienst Park in Germantown. Cost is $20 and is due by Sept 17. If interested, please pick up a flyer in the main office.

Freshman homecoming dinner flyers are available in the office. This will take place at the BCDC Park in Beckemeyer. Cost is $20 and is due by Sept 24.

Josten's Cap & Gown Presentation for seniors is scheduled for Tuesday, October 26th during advisory and will return Tuesday, Nov 2nd to take orders during lunch hours.

Any senior who would like to meet with an Admissions rep from the following universities needs to sign up on the google sheet in Miss Lohman's Class of 2022 google classroom. All meetings will be during Advisory in the Commons. Additional colleges will be added as they schedule their dates.

September 30th- McKendree University (Advisory)
October 5th- University of Southern Indiana (Advisory)
October 6th- Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (Advisory)
October 7th-Mizzou (Advisory)
October 13th-University of Illinois (Advisory)
October 19th-Kaskaskia College (Advisory)
October 20th- Bradley University (Advisory)
October 25th- Quincy University (Advisory)
October 28th- McKendree University (Advisory)

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Job Opportunity
Knotty Pine has immediate openings for servers. Must be 16 years of age or older and be available to work nights and weekends
Faust Automotive is looking for an individual who may not be interested in going to college, but rather looking to gain on the job training as a mechanic. The individual must be energetic with common sense and ready to learn. Faust Automotive is willing to take the time to teach. If you are interested, please contact Ken Faust for more information. 618-228-9000
Trenton Village has employment opportunities for CNA's, PCA's (Personal Care Assistants) and Dietary Aides for anyone who may be interested or looking for a job.
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Calendar
Oct 2 - Homecoming
Oct 6 - Photo Retake Day
Oct 6 - ISAC Financial Aid Process Informational Meeting 6:00 (Senior parents and students)
Oct 8 - Faculty Meeting – 11:30 dismissal
Oct 11 - Columbus Day – No School
Oct 26 - Parent/Teacher Conference 6 – 8:30 pm
Oct 26 - ISAC FAFSA Completion Workshop (5:30-7:30) Open computer lab time in 2E
Oct 29 - Teachers Institute – No School
Nov 11 - Veteran’s Day – No School
Nov 24-26 Thanksgiving Holiday – No School
Dec 21 - 1:15 Dismissal – Winter Break Begins





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