Parents and students are invited to attend Parent/Teacher Conferences at CHS on Tues. Oct. 21, and Thurs. Oct. 23, from 4-7PM both evenings. Teachers will be located in their home classrooms. Additionally, Senior Night will be held in the auditorium on Tues. Oct. 21, from 6-7PM. College-bound seniors and their parents are encouraged to attend the event, where financial aid, the college application process, ACT, SAT, scholarships and more will be discussed. Finally, College Application Week continues on Tues. Oct. 21, from 4:30-6:30 PM, and on Thurs. Oct. 23, from 5-7PM, college representatives (from MWSU, NWMSU, and Hillyards) and Central High School counselors will be available in the cafeteria to help with college questions and the college application process.
The GoCare insurance portal closes for all current students on Friday, October 31. Once the portal closes, the only students who may buy insurance will be new students or transfers between schools where a different device is offered.
One Central student is up for St. Joseph News-Press Athlete of the Week. Vote online at http://bit.ly/sjnpaotw. Voting ends at midnight on Wednesday, October 22. Junior Alexander Bergland, Indians Swimmer, won both the 50 and 100 freestyle races during a meet with three Independence schools.
There will be an ImPACT Concussion Screening for Winter Sports participants on Wed. Oct. 22, beginning at 3PM in the upper Library Media Center; please plan to arrive by 2:50 in order to allow the screening to begin promptly. There is no fee to participate; however, a completed and signed consent form is required.
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.
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.
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.