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AP student tutoring available after school
Career Week offers professional guidance
Six Flags Fright Fest trip opens up to all students
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Central football impresses with 7-0 record
Central’s track and field heading to CIF State meet

Central’s track and field heading to CIF State meet

May 28, 2018

Central Grizzlies track and field team is coming off a very successful CIF-CS Masters meet where the girls’ team placed 3rd overall and the boys placed 7th. We have seven...

Nine Central athletes commit on National Signing Day

Nine Central athletes commit on National Signing Day

March 18, 2018

On the February 7, 2018 National Signing Day, while athletes from all over the country were committing to colleges, nine of Central High's athletes were signing their...

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The Stigma around Mental Health
Claire Wineland’s legacy

Claire Wineland’s legacy

With her inspirational words and her goofy sense of humor, Claire Wineland became one of the most inspiring young adults on social media. From her near death experience at...

Interesting coffee houses to replace your Starbuck’s trip

Interesting coffee houses to replace your Starbuck’s trip

As the weather cools down, people flock to popular coffee destinations such as Starbucks and Dutch Bros. for a hot drink and a warm, comfortable place to hang out with friends...

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The proper way to integrate phones and online devices into classrooms

Alexandra Rodriguez, Staff Writer | October 9, 2018

Having a teacher reprimand you about having your phone out in class is nothing new. Teachers firmly believe that cell phones in the classroom are nothing but a distraction and lessen classroom engagement. Used properly, cell phones and other technological devices can mutually benefit teachers and students. In multiple classrooms around campus there is a continuous condemnation of using cell phones...

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