Staff & Students: To maintain a safe environment at CHS, please do not open doors to let others into the building. Students and visitors must be buzzed in at appropriate entrances. Students: If you leave the building and have to be buzzed in, you must show your school ID to be readmitted to the building.
Download the full SJSD AP exam schedule here. *** AP US History will have a start time of 7:30 AM; students should arrive at 7AM for check in. This is earlier than other morning tests to allow AP European History to start closer to 12PM. *** Late AP exams given on Friday, May 20, will be administered in the Assessment Office at 925 Felix Street. Students will have to enter at the loading dock (Door 1) right before 8AM. The library building does not open until 9AM.
Central High School will begin COLLECTING CHROMEBOOKS AND CHARGERS the first week of May. We will follow this schedule: Senior collection, Mon. May 2; Junior collection, Tue. May 3; Sophomore collection, Wed. May 4; and Freshman collection, Thu. May 5. Please bring your fully charged Chromebook, charger, and case on the appropriate day.
Central students Zachary Fannon and Cole Baines, along with their teacher, Mark Juhl, participated in their Project Lead the Way Engineering Design and Development senior showcase during the KC STEM Alliance held at Union Station in Kansas City. The event was featured in the Kansas City Star and in a segment on WDAF Fox 4 television.
2016-2017 Immunization Requirements Changes for 12th graders. Students entering the 12th grade will be required to have two doses of MCV unless the first dose is administered on or after the age of 16, then only one dose is required. Please see your family physician or county health department to get your child up to date before the 2016-2017 school year. Read full article for more info.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. By dialing 1-800-273-TALK (8255), the call is routed to the nearest crisis center in our national network of more than 150 crisis centers.
The hotline is staffed Mon-Fri from 7AM to 6PM. The program provides an anonymous means to report school violence; information gathered from anonymous reporters is entered into a centralized database and reported to the appropriate law enforcement and school administrators.