High School Musical

By Carmelina Francisco-Diego

May 5, 2022

There’s a musical coming up on May 5, 6, and 7 at 7 p.m. and on the 8 at 2:30 pm in the auditorium at Central High School.

Teacher of the Year: Mrs. Mullins

By Trinity Sankey

April 28, 2022

Teacher of the year is an award given to teachers that exhibit skills and teaching methods that stand out. For 2022, Melanie Mullins, along with a few other teachers, were awarded as teachers of the year.

Bruno you wanna come to movie night

By Josh Purcell

April 28, 2022

With the spring semester coming to an end, SGA is hosting a free movie night Saturday, April 30 in the main CHS parking lot!

AP Art Student Portfolios

By Adryanna Brown

April 7, 2022

Though the AP Art program at Central is nothing new, this year it is taught and led by new (to Central) teacher Mrs. Cheryl Burchett. AP Studio Art is an advanced placement class for students highly interested in the practical experience and application of art. Instead of a written exam, students submit portfolios of art work from that semester to The College Board for evaluation and scoring.

Flagging Down Their Future: CHS Winter Guard

By Emily Piedot

April 6, 2022

Central Winter Guard will present their final performance of “Mother Nature” in Central’s gym on Thursday, April 7 at 6:30 PM. Throughout the school year, Winter Guard is an activity in which students refine their skills in leadership, choreography and the performing arts.

How to Start a Garden

By Kaitlyn Deaderick

March 31, 2022

Starting a garden is not as simple as one might initially think. A garden takes a considerable amount of time and dedication plus things like the right soil, warm weather, and varying amounts of sunlight and water. According to Better Homes and Garden, here are 10 steps to starting a garden.

Kenna’s Life In Student Company

By Imani Gause

March 23, 2022

For Kenna Lyle, being a student performer in high school has taught her a lot about time management and responsibility. She has learned the importance of good leadership and responsibility.

Hayes’ Blended brand brings community and business together

By Carmelina Francisco-Diego

March 2, 2022

Why choose the word Blended? He chose it because it has meaning to him and to his family; Justus comes from a blended family with different races/ethnicities. His family means a lot to him and helped him during the start of his business. He’s a 16-year-old junior with different big plans ahead of him.

What’s Central Listening to Right Now?

By Jake Ensor

February 25, 2022

As the ice cold, frigid winds of winter die away and bring the warmth of spring, many of Central’s students find themselves switching to their more lively playlists in search of music to better fit the weather.

Beyond The Voice: Mikayla Maldonado

By Trinity Sankey

February 24, 2022

A passionate person with an angelic voice, Mikayla Maldonado is an approachable, lively person. At the end of her chapter at high school, Mikayla is preparing for what is next.

Riley in a nutshell

By Maddie Lynch

February 24, 2022

Riley is a kind and creative person who has a very active lifestyle. Going from practice, competitions and tumbling at Knoxville Twisters.

From Elementary to High School: Mrs. Burchett

By Adryanna Brown

February 23, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has indeed disrupted everyone’s life, but for Mrs. Cheryl Burchett the pandemic gave her a new direction. Last year, she taught elementary schoolers due to a shortage in art teachers, but with a shift in decisions, she is back teaching high school.