Class of 2023 Senior Spotlight: Lauren Schmidt
Hey Raider Nation: CHS Student Council is hosting a Blood Drive on Wednesday, April 26, 2023, from 8 am - 2 pm. Use the link below to register. https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/find-drive?fbclid=PAAaauNhYUpSOL1CnRLI75aIpVI8nDL3FMmybX9AF8wiEJvIiJCOZJM7ELrmQ
Class of 223 Senior Spotlight: Alexander Romero
Hello Central High School Families- As school is drawing closer to the end and spring is hopefully coming upon us, the Booster club is looking to get a few volunteers to help the track and field teams run concessions during their meets. Please remember that it is spring in Minnesota so weather plays a huge role in how to dress and whether a meet will happen. We are trying to determine the best location to set up yet with construction and gravel/mud concerns so bear with us as we determine the best location for the week of the event. Thank you in advance to all the families that helped the boosters this year. Thank you, Angie Schneider Central Booster Club Member http://click.signupgenius.com/f/a/UaPRYQ_V55nkk11-safSTw~~/AAFPrwA~/RgRl-1XtP0REaHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc2lnbnVwZ2VuaXVzLmNvbS9nby8xMEMwQjQ1QTlBRTJCQUFGNTgtdHJhY2sxJTJGNjI4NjExMjJXA3NwY0IKZArt0BhkAcSRuVIZdGFuZ2xlenNhbG9ubnlhQGdtYWlsLmNvbVgEAAAAAw~~
Central High School class of 2023 presents"Prom Car Cruise" on Saturday, March 25th at 4:30. Line up starts at 4 pm*
Senior High Knowledge Bowl Team, Neon Beige, took 1st place in our division at the Regional meet in Mankato today and will be advancing to State! This is the first time in over 35 years that Central Knowledge Bowl has advanced to State! Congratulations to Nathan Panning, Gabi Schmidt, Trey Gratz, Amanda Brinkman and Alex Romero!
We have 2 (two) home track meets and are in need of workers on April 4th or April 13th. If you are interested, please contact Mr. Schrupp: Jschrupp@isd108.org
Central Coloring Books are still for sale through this Friday! They are preorders only. There will be no extras available for sale. Books are $10 and order forms/payment can be dropped off if the Elementary, Middle, and High School Offices. Here is a sneak peak of some of the pages that are included in the book! There is a wide variety of themes and age levels!" THANK YOU!
Students who read have the power to succeed! Help our students become stronger readers. As a Reading Corps Tutor, you’ll work 1:1 with students who need extra practice and skill building. The most important qualification is the desire to make a difference. After a single semester of tutoring, the average kindergarten student in Reading Corps performs twice as well as their peers! Please help spread the word and share this with someone you know! Apply online at: join.readingandmath.org. #TutorOurKids
Class of 2023 Senior Spotlight: Alex Petersen
Class of 2023 Senior Spotlight: Morgan Johnson
Central Elementary second graders, with the help of their parents, participated in a fun STEM project. They created elaborate and creative traps to try and catch those sneaky leprechauns. The traps were made of simple household materials and many incorporated a simple machine such as a lever or pulley. The leprechauns outsmarted us again and not one was caught.
Happy St. Patrick's Day Raider Nation! Q: What do you call an Irish spider? A: Paddy-long-legs. Q: What kind of spells do leprechauns use? A: Lucky Charms! Q: What type of music do leprechauns enjoy? A: Sham-rock and roll!
TODAY, Friday, March 17 is the LAST day to purchase your PROM TICKETS!! Tickets are $75.00 each and tickets can be purchased in the library during Raider Time-3:30 (No morning sales). All class dues must be paid before buying a ticket and you must purchase tickets before reserving a table. No exceptions will be made for table reservations
Central High School Draw Paint Print Students made a coloring book! The coloring book has 26 original line drawings showcasing a variety of themes. Color Books are $10 and order forms can be found in the Art Room and Elementary, Middle, and High School Offices. The order deadline is March 24th. Thank you for your support of the Arts!
Due to the weather, ALL after-school practices and evening activities are CANCELLED for tonight, Thursday 3/16/2023.
Class of 2023 Senior Spotlight: Quinn Eischens
Looking for a way to make an impact while you earn a paycheck & other great perks? Become a Reading Tutor for our school! Our Reading Corps Tutors work 1:1 with students who need extra practice and skill building. Your support makes all the difference. Apply online at: join.readingandmath.org. #TutorOurKids
2023-2024 Registration is OPEN!
Mental Health Day is a day for secondary students to decompress, enjoy their peers, and get a well-deserved break from working hard all year. ***This year Mental Health Day will be held on April 21st.*** We will have Elephant Joe’s and Adventure Bowls here and the community is welcome to come and grab a snack on that day. In addition, many community members and agencies will have booths set up for mental health support and information as well as activities available for students inside and out. We are looking for donations of several items to make this day a success. If you are willing to donate any of the following items, it would be greatly appreciated! Items can be dropped off at either the elementary school or the high school (attention school counselors). Plastic pencil boxes that stay closed (we need a couple hundred total) Old phone boxes with lids Tiny rakes for zen garden Zen garden figurines Smooth decorative small rocks Kinetic Sand Fine sand (decorative sand) Or you can easily shop from the Mental Health Day Wish List on Amazon: https://a.co/gRSqrFc