Liaison officers view the ALICE drill the school conducted as imperfect but helpful. Continue reading ALICE Drill Helps Central Learn How to Respond
Will homecoming see the crowning of King Colton? The unlikely nominee is riding a groundswell of support to challenge homecoming stalwarts. Continue reading Jung Looks to Upset Homecoming Court
Upperclassmen have always held the sole rights to travel off campus during the school day, but this year Central High School’s sophomores were granted the privilege as well. Continue reading Sophomores Get Open Campus
Heads on desks, eyelids drooping–these are common sights in any classroom. But why are students so sleepy? And is there anything a student can do about it? Continue reading Everyone Knows Teens Lack Sleep, but Why?
The Pine Needle surveyed Central students to discover which Christmas movies they preferred, pitting Will Farrell against Charlie Brown. Continue reading Central Students Prefer Elf and Polar Express at Christmas
Students and staff are giving gifts through the Salvation Army Angel Tree program. Continue reading Cobblers Give with an Angel Tree
While online assignments increase with the development of new digital technology, a majority of students still prefer physical, paper assignments. Continue reading Students Prefer Pencil and Paper over Online Homework