By Austin Lammers As we all probably have noticed, Christmas vacation and finals week have passed at an alarming rate. Our 14 day weekend, followed by a food hangover, followed by a week of forgetting all past materials during tests, followed by another four day weekend, have come and gone with the disposal of many calendars. What’s next? The holiday for romantics, hopeless or not, … Continue reading Valentine’s Day: The Holiday for the Genuine Romantic?
If anyone forgot about Valentine’s Day at Central High School they were soon reminded by the love songs that echoed through the empty ceilings. Beginning first block, the Choir Club brought singing Valentines to a number of students, entering classes and breaking into tunes selected and purchased by a special admirer. Alexa, a sophomore, admitted to turning bright red, but she smiled as she said … Continue reading Choir Club Fills the Air with Song
by: Shelby T. My brother and I were trick or treating a while back and we were having a really good time and there was a spooky looking house, so we went up to the doorstep. It was fairly dark, the only hint of light was from a black-light hung by the porch. The moon was covered by clouds, there were fake spider webs all … Continue reading One Creepy House: A Halloween Memory
With the calendar flipped to October and the high temperature hitting 90, many in Rapid City were wondering how many days like yesterday they could expect before snow begins to fall–and they were getting outside to enjoy it. Around Central the question became how many parents would want to spend the afternoon at teacher conferences. The answer: not as many as last year. Numbers for … Continue reading Weekly Roundup: Weather Saps Numbers for Parent Teacher Conferences