Next week is Olympic Week. Dress up days are as follows: Monday – Comfy Clothes/PJ Day. Tuesday: Country vs Country Club Day, Wednesday: Dress Like Your Younger Self, Friday: Class Color Day. There are lunch contests every day so be sure to check that out – Hall Decorating is Thursday from 2:30 – 4:00 PM.
Students interested in trying out in the fall for Volleyball, there is a great opportunity to play in a summer league on Monday nights from June 28th – August 2nd. There are 3 levels and is open to anyone interested. Gold is Varsity, Silver is VR/JV, and Bronze is Freshmen. See Mrs. Schieldt for more details and a form. Forms and money are due by Friday, April 30th. Any questions contact Coach Williams at email@example.com.
Freshmen: Your Class Officers need help decorating the halls for Olympic Week. E-mail Adam Manka if you are interested. They will accept 10 volunteers.
ACT Aspire Testing for Sophomores is April 26-28. Monday: Students with the last names beginning with A-L, Tuesday: Students with the last names beginning with M-Z, Wednesday: CRV and Virtual Students along with Make-ups. Bring a fully charged computer. See your Counselor or English Teacher with questions.
Any student that did not have their picture taken by Lifetouch and want to be included in the yearbook should report to the LMC TODAY between 10:25-3:00 to have one taken.
Dance Team Tryouts will be May 17-21 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM in the Old Commons. If interested, e-mail the coaches at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking in the lot is for Seniors and Staff with parking passes. All others will be ticketed.
Alternate Spring Sports Seasons will start as follows: Girls Soccer- April 26, and Boys Tennis – May 3rd. All athletes need to complete the on-line registration and have a current physical on file in the Activities Office. See Mrs. Beyer with any questions.
Order your 2021 yearbook for $60 at jostensyearbooks.com or call 1-877-767-5217.
FUTURE CENTER NEWS
Students who will be age 16-18 by this summer and enjoy nature should consider working as part of the Mayor’s Crew with Wiscorps. More information can be found at www.wiscorps.org under “jobs” then “La Crosse Mayor’s Crew”.
Students in Grades 10-12 who are interested in Health Careers should apply for the AHEC Summer Health Careers Camp Programs at https://www.scenicriversahec.org/camp
The Future Center advisor Haley Moe is available for assistance. You may contact her at email@example.com to set up a meeting. The Future Center advisors have put together a virtual resource library for students who want or need information regarding topics such as Xello, FAFSA, College Applications and others. Visit La Crosse Promise Youtube. Students should be looking at and evaluating all options available to them.
Scholarships are a great way to finance your education. Check the Future Center Scholarship page for opportunities.
STUDENT SERVICES NEWS:
Check out our Announcements on the Website under the Student Services Tab.
Job Opportunities are now listed on the Central High School Website under the Student Services Page.
Seniors Attending College: Apply for the Tip Grant: Check out to see if you are eligible at https://dpi.wi.gov/weop/tip-grant
*Free $$ for school
*First time Freshmen
*Going to a public/private school in WISCONSIN.
*low income and/or disadvantage.