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  • Athlete of the Week

    One Central High School student is up for the St. Joseph News-Press Athlete of the Week: Senior Holly Johnston (Tennis). "Won both singles matches, added doubles win for Indians this week against St. Teresa's, Platte County and Park Hill." Voting ends at midnight on Wednesday, October 1st:

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  • ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Met

    The CHS administrators met the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on August 28, 2014.

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  • GoCare: Chromebook Insurance

    View the full article for information about the GoCare insurance plan.

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  • How To: View GKCS Calendar

    Central High School has transitioned away from using OneSchoolStreet to host its calendar toward using the Greater Kansas City Suburban Conference site. Please see the attached PDF document to explain how to view a single month calendar.

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  • Hillyard Bus Schedule

    The daily Hillyard Bus Schedule for AM/PM Hillyards and Ag. Science students has been revised. The version printed in the 2014-2015 Student Handbook and the 2014-2015 Teacher Handbook should be discarded. Read the full article to download a printer-friendly PDF version of the revised schedule. Sorry for any confusion or inconvenience this revision may cause.

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  • Parent Alert System - Register Now!

    The SJSD Parent Alert System incorporates a combination of one or more options, including email, text messaging, and/or telephone calls. The Parent Alert System will notify parents, students, faculty, and staff to emergencies, school closings, and other information. Individuals must "opt-in" to the new system by registering online.

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  • Powerschool Portal Access

    Do you want to sign up to access your student's grades? Visit this tutorial now and follow the onscreen instructions or print out a copy to share with others.

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  • School Violence Hotline

    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.

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