February 27, 2018
Clubs and Activities
- PE make-ups will be taking place on Today after school. Students will need to be dressed in their PE clothes and ready to go on the track or student entrance stairwell (in the case of inclement weather) by 3:30 pm. An intercom announcement will be made as to the exact location
- Chado, the Way of Tea, comes back to the library THIS Wednesday, February 28th, at 3:30 pm. Representatives from Japan House at the University will be here to demonstrate the traditional Japanese art. This is free and open to all. Get your matcha* on Wednesday! (* pronounced maa-chaa)
- Girls Soccer tryouts will be Today 4:00-6:00pm at the band field by the student parking lot.
- "Audition for The wizard of Oz musical Today . Sign up for auditions online http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e044eadae2fa3f49-wizard . Questions? Email Ms. Green at email@example.com."
- Vice Versa is this Saturday at The City View on the top floor of the train station! Tickets are $5.00 and will be on sale this week on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday after school. They will be also be sold during 4th and 5th hour lunches on Wednesday and Thursday. Students must be cleared from social probation in order to purchase tickets. Anyone wishing to bring a student from another school must also have a signed date form in order to purchase ticket. Please see Ms. Bednar if you have any questions.
- Congratulations to the Charger Archery Team. They took home the 1st place win at the Schlarman tournament this past Saturday. Top archers include: Erin Eastham and Tristian Summers -tied for 10th place, Benjamin Kirkland – 7th place, and Maria Heller- 5th place. Their next tournament is Saturday, March 10th, at Georgetown-Ridgefarm.
College and Career:
If you are going to take a Math Placement test for Dual Credit classes for next year, you must complete the Practice test sent to your school gmail prior to testing. If you do not, you will not be able to take the math placement test. Please contact Mr. Chun at the College and Career Center for any questions.
To all sophomores and juniors: Need a job this summer and interested in learning construction related skills? The Summer Construction Education Program, which will run from June 4th –June 29th, in Champaign is a great way to learn valuable skills while helping construct a Habitat for Humanity home, as well visiting local trade unions. Upon completion of the program, you will earn a $500 stipend, an OSHA safety certificate, and 1 high school credit. For more information, please see Mr. Chun in the CCC.
To view athletic events, Please use the "Calendar" link on Centennial's homepage.