School Grinds to a Halt for Girls’ Win

While most classes at Central were not able to watch the entire television broadcast of the Cobbler girls’ state AA basketball tournament game against Sioux Falls Washington, almost everyone saw the ending. With a few minutes left in third block, Washington spurted against the Cobbler girls, and students privileged to be watching packed up their backpacks disconsolately, feeling a late eight point Warrior lead to … Continue reading School Grinds to a Halt for Girls’ Win

Cobbler Capers a Hit

by: Jacob Mobley This past week the 51st annual Cobbler Capers went underway. The show featured many acts including the Central Step and Hip Hop team, the Advanced Theatre Performance (ATP) students, and an array of talented singers and musicians. Mrs. Birkeland, who helped organize the event this year, was pleased with the variety of people involved: “The show featured a diverse group of cast … Continue reading Cobbler Capers a Hit

Break it Down Now! Hip Hop Dance Team Grabs Central’s Attention

by: Sammy Ehlers This year Central has a new step/hip hop dance team. They practice twice a week after school (Monday and Thursday). Their team has been working very hard ever since they started. Believe it or not more than 20 people have tried out and made the team. It’s  been very exciting for them to show students what they’ve got and they hope they can encourage … Continue reading Break it Down Now! Hip Hop Dance Team Grabs Central’s Attention

Cobbler Christmas Trees Fund a Great Cause

  by: Jacob Mobley The Cobbler Christmas tree competition has been going on for years. Groups around the school from drama to the lunch ladies create and decorate inventive Christmas trees that are displayed in the library. Students get a chance to give their library fund money to the tree that they like the most, and donations are accepted also. The funds this year will go to … Continue reading Cobbler Christmas Trees Fund a Great Cause

Career Fair Segueys to Post High Night

by: Jacob Mobley The career fair that was held in the commons on Thursday was a hit! With students constantly visiting the booths, the students came away with a great look into future careers that they could possibly hold. The organizations that were involved also seemed to be having a great time interacting with the students who were visiting their booths with questions galore. (Article … Continue reading Career Fair Segueys to Post High Night

Career Fair in the Central Commons

by: Jacob Mobley This Thursday, October 14, Central’s guidance department will be holding a career fair in the commons during 3rd block. This career fair is a great way for students from Central to see all the opportunities within our community that one may seize upon after high school. This career fair allows students the ability to look into a job that they may be interested in … Continue reading Career Fair in the Central Commons

Students’ Thoughts on “Sherlock Holmes” Auditions

by: Jacob Mobley As many people know, this week were the auditions for the Central High Theater production of Sherlock Holmes. The audition process can often be a long process and a couple of sleepless nights for those students waiting in anticipation. This year the auditions soared by in a great deal of excitement. After the normal auditions on Monday and Tuesday, I sat down with … Continue reading Students’ Thoughts on “Sherlock Holmes” Auditions

NHS Members Clean Up after Their Peers

by: Jacob Mobley On Saturday, six students from the National Honor Society (NHS) assembled in the Central High School parking lot in an effort to clean up Rapid City by picking up trash by Rapid Creek. When the six students and Ms. Bauer gathered they saw a bigger problem than the creek: the Central High School parking lot. The plans of cleaning up the creek … Continue reading NHS Members Clean Up after Their Peers

Who said Rome wasn’t built in a day?

Homecoming so far has been a hit!!! Twin day caused a number of people to see double, triple, and sometimes even a whole entire department ( science teachers), of look alikes. With the success of twin day on Monday, 80’s retro/Neon day was sure to get some attention. By the looks of it everyone went all out, raiding the parents closets and buying as much … Continue reading Who said Rome wasn’t built in a day?

Need a tip for homecoming dress up?

With homecoming just a week away, many students are still wondering what to wear, and how to achieve the look that is sure to make people notice them. Here are just a few tips to help you with your school spirit. Twin Day Wear something distinguishable Make sure it’s the same outfit Hairstyles are a must Plan out your day in school–be seen with your … Continue reading Need a tip for homecoming dress up?