Students in Grades 9-11. Be a part of student leadership by running for a Class Officer position for next school year. President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer positions all need to be filled for the Class of 2022, 23, and 24. During the week of April 5th students can stop in the first-floor office and register for the positions they would like to fill. Elections will be the week of April 11th. Any questions see an Administrator.
Baseball Players and Parents: The Parent meeting will be held on Zoom on Wednesday, March 31st at 6:30 PM.
Girls Soccer: Check your school e-mail for recent announcements. If you have not received them or are interested in playing this Spring, contact Mr. Czerniak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All girls interested in going out for Track should be sure and complete the on-line registration process and e-mail Head Coach Chris Kjos at email@example.com if you are interested.
The 2021 Central/Logan Trap Team Registration ends TODAY at Noon. This is a firm deadline. The first practice shoot from 5:00 – 7:30 PM and participation fee is due for all members on TOMORROW. Any questions contact Mrs. Baumler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We return to in-person learning on Tuesday, April 6th. We will not be using the Pandemic grading scale for 2nd Semester.
Looking to get more involved in your school and the community? Want a great college application and scholarship booster? Join the Interact Club. We will be talking about Officer positions at the next meeting. Contact Mrs. Valdez in Room 334 if interested. Everyone is welcome.
The La Crosse Public Library has a new program called Lit Boxes. Each month you will receive library materials plus other goodies based on your interest. Sign up at https://www.lacrosselibrary.org/children-teens/lit-boxes.
Anyone interested in Fishing: We are running our own Bass fishing tournaments this Spring at Central. If you are interested in being a part of these tournaments and the Fishing Club, please contact Mr. Laxton in Room 325 or by email at email@example.com.
SENIORS: Jostens will be at Central on Tuesday, April 13th in the Auditorium Hallway from 9:00 – 1:00 to deliver your cap/gown units. Anyone that still needs to purchase one at that time should stop down and see the rep. The cost will be $50 for Cap/Gown Unit, $20 for a Gown only, $15 for a Cap only and $15 for a Tassel. These will be CASH ONLY sales. You can also still order by March 15th at www.jostens.com to avoid any late fees. Any questions, call Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.
The Alternate Fall Season for Girls Golf begins TODAY. All athletes need a completed on-line registration and have a current physical on file in the Activities Department. Any questions see Mrs. Beyer.
Any girls interested in going out for Girls Golf should contact Mr. Crayton in Room 320 during STAT or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Order your 2021 yearbook for $60 at jostensyearbooks.com or call 1-877-767-5217.
FUTURE CENTER NEWS
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.
Attention 10-12th Graders: The American Legion Americanism & Government Scholarship Test will be offered on-line through wilegion.org from March 8th-19th. The test consisting of 50 multiple choice and true-false questions plus one essay question covers topics of U.S. Citizenship, the U.S. Constitution, State and Federal Government and U.S. Flag Etiquette. Top scorers at each level in each District are eligible to win scholarships. Register at https://wilegion.org/scholarship-opportunities-are-here/.