April 24th - Grade Day
Sign ups have begun, and will occur everyday at the ASBEC ticket booth in the cafeteria during lunches. Donors must be 17 and older and meet certain height and weight requirements (16 year olds may sign up IF they turn in a parental permission form). Those who are concerned about certain health situations, or take a variety of medications, or have tattoos/piercings, or who have visited another country recently can go online to the redcross.org to find out if they qualify to donate.
Staff and school volunteers may also sign up to donate (although there is almost always a community blood donation event across the street at the church the week before our drive each year). Visitor donors need to sign in at the office the day of donation.
The Blood Drive will be held in the Alumni Gym, and officially run from 7:45-2:30 pm, on Tuesday, March 3rd.
Are you looking for math help? Do you want some guideance? Head over to any of these websites!
A Josten's representative will be here to talk to seniors about ordering graduation announcements, cap, gown and tassel. Graduation order packets will be distributed and are due back on October 27th.
Graduation is Friday, June 5th, 7pm - Panther Stadium
The student store is now open before and after school. From 7:30-9:15 AM and 2:30-3:30 PM. You can find the student store items and prices
In an effort to improve our communication processes, we would like you to complete a survey to give us your perspective on Central School District. Your answers will help ensure the communication provided by the District is timely, relevant, and meeting the needs of our students, parents, employees and community. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Jill Love (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please forward this URL to your friends and family who live within the School District, as we are looking for as much input as possible.
You can find the survey link here.
You can recieve a paper copy of the survey that can be picked up in our office, at any other school office within our District, or from the District Office at Henry Hill. Thank you for your participation!
Please click your respective grade if you lose your forecasting sheet.
Are you a part of Athletics? Check out osaa.org. You can find all sports schedules and information there!
Yearbooks are $50. You can purchase them at the bookkeeper. Want to know what's in the yearbook? Check out the yearbook youtube channel! Get them now, while they last!
Are you interested in careers and college? Are you interested in where to go after high school? Check out the Wilamette Promise Website with your SSID and register! Any students planning to take a proficiency dual credit course through the Willamette Promise, has to register.
Are you interesting in seeing something happen here on the Central website? You can send in your ideas, stories, club info, and anything you think would be great to for all students to see! All your ideas and contributions will be taken into consideration by our Web Master team!
PAC Hours: 3:15-5:45 M-Th, 2:00-5:15 Wed, 3:15-5:00 Friday.
The Panther Academic Center (PAC) is available to everyone after school M-F. Students are welcome to join the PAC by filling out a short registration form and then showing up after school whenever they need to. (Attendance is not mandatory if you register and you don't have to stay the whole time). Students can access the PAC for homework help, Senior Project help, help with resumes and job applications as well as scholarship applications. PAC is also great if you just need a quiet place to study, read, or perhaps use a computer. There will also be enrichment activities to support what students are learning during their school day.