Not only did they return with smiles on their faces, but also with three, three-foot tall trophies and two gold plaques. Continue reading Chamber and Symphonic Orchestra Take Home the Win!
by: Chase Hammond It has been almost 20 years since Central High School has had a Native American in a lead role for a drama production. That could be considered a bit of a dry spell. Micah Roubideaux has ended that drought; Roubideaux auditioned in October for the fall show, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey, and was cast in the role … Continue reading Native American Leads Cast in Drama Production
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
Central High School has announced its 51st Annual Cobbler Capers talent show. Performances are on Thursday, February 24th and Friday, February 25th with both shows starting at 7:30pm in the Central High Theater. Seating is reserved and tickets will go on sale in the Central activities office beginning on Tuesday, February 22 at 7:15am. All tickets are $5. To celebrate, The Pine Needle brings you … Continue reading Cobbler Capers Tickets Going on Sale Soon
Sherlock Holmes last weekend was a success, a cast full of amazing performers, stunning technicians, and a show that tore down the house Thursday-Saturday. “The show went very well,” said Megan Czmowski, a senior at Central, “it was one of the most stress free shows i have been a part of.” Megan was the Assistant Technical Director under the direction of the Mr. Lore. The … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes a Success
by: Becky Campbell Every year since I’ve attended Central, the school library has held the Festival of Trees. This year will the the 6th Anniversary of this event. The Festival of Trees began in 2005 with Hurricane Katrina. The donations collected that year were sent to libraries in New Orleans. Since then, we’ve donated to Mr. Lefler (may he rest in peace), Special Olympics, Honor … Continue reading Festival of Trees Approaching
Photos continue to come in to The Pine Needle featuring the fun students have been doing this fall. Today we share with you some snapshots of the costume day before Halloween, taken by Lacy Payne, the girls’ tennis team, taken by Madison Hamm, and shots of the homecoming festivities before the football game, taken by Seth Eisenbraun. Continue reading Photos: Fall Activities in Review