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Young artists travel to LA
Central joins national gun-violence walkout
Central raises funds on Kids Day 30th anniversary
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Nine Central athletes commit on National Signing Day
Varsity softball takes on the Knights

Varsity softball takes on the Knights

March 14, 2018

Softball season is back and the 2017-2018 Central Grizzlies are ready.  Led by head coach Scott Gorton they look to come back after a great 2016-2017 season. They've started...

Girls’ basketball season ends at playoffs

Girls’ basketball season ends at playoffs

March 12, 2018

After a rocky start of the season, our lady Grizzlies' season has come to an end. On February 3rd, 2018 the Grizzlies took a nail biting loss by 2 points to Clovis North in t...

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Anime – con 2018 information
Central language classes compete in sing off

Central language classes compete in sing off

French Teacher Scott Donaghe’s classes won 1st place in all blocks except 8th block at this year's Central World Language Sing Off's this year, though the new Punjabi teacher...

Year-round local events you shouldn’t miss

Year-round local events you shouldn’t miss

There are a number of weekly, year-round Fresno and Clovis events that offer up something a bit different than what we're used to, as well as a chance to take advantage o...

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Saving lives without fear

Natalie Gallegos, Staff Writer | November 30, 2017

“People seem plenty eager to talk about mental illness and about suicide just as long as it’s behind closed doors and hushed voices," explains 30 year old mental health advocate and suicide survivor Mark Henick in a TED Talk entitled Why We Choose Suicide. In 2002, at age 15, he stood on the Sydney bridge in Canada, contemplating suicide when a total stranger talked him out of the inevitable. Henick...

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