Solidarity Vigil for Asian Americans 

Emily Hollwedel  March 19, 2021

Due to the recent string of hate crimes in Atlanta targeting Asian people in the United States, the Howard County Coalition for Immigrant Justice is planning a vigil for locals to stand in unity against...

Millions Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine as Biden Moves Into Office

Sasha Allen and Elijah Ruiz March 4, 2021

Many people are being vaccinated across the country as the production and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine are now in full effect. 10.8% of people in the U.S. have received at least their first...

Students to Start Return to Building on March 1

Jeramy Stavlas March 1, 2021

Beginning Monday, March 1, the first phase of reopening schools will begin throughout Howard County. Students will return to their respective buildings, staggering every two weeks by the schedule that...

Seniors Order Cap and Gown for Graduation

Alexandra Valerio February 22, 2021

Class of 2021! Make sure to order your cap and gown for Graduation before March 1. Any orders placed after then may be charged a late fee. You can also order other essentials such as diploma frames, souvenir...

NEHS Epilogue

February 22, 2021

Words Contributed By: Philip Wang, Editor-in-Chief of Epilogue. Ally Paik, Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Epilogue Reading does not have to be restricted to solitude. We believe that reading can, and...

Centennial Community Concerned About Return to School

Jeramy Stavlas February 7, 2021

Recently, the Howard County Public School System announced their plan for students to return to an in-person learning environment through a hybrid system. This plan involves staggering the return of students...

CHS Book Drop-Off and Pick-Up

Aidan Clark February 1, 2021

If you need to return your school books and materials from the first semester, drop-offs will take place January 19 through February 5 between 7am and 6pm. In order to return your materials you must complete...

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HCPSS Approves Hybrid Learning

Elif Meral January 29, 2021

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and State Superindependent Karen Salmon have both called on schools in Maryland to have a hybrid school system implemented no later than March 1. Governor Hogan stated: “Every...

President Biden Inauguration

Sasha Allen January 28, 2021

On Wednesday, January 20, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were sworn into office. Joe Biden is the 46th President of the United States, and Vice President Kamala Harris made history...

Maryland Voices: By Students, For Students

Sasha Allen and Alexandra Valerio January 22, 2021

Maryland Voices is a Maryland state-wide publication currently run by high school students at Centennial High School under advisor Rus VanWestervelt. The publication started in 2001 as a 9/11 project,...

Capitol Riot

Sasha Allen January 15, 2021

On Wednesday, January 6 at approximately 2:16pm, pro-Trump rioters forcefully broke into the Capitol building in Washington DC. This is the second time in the history of the United States that the building...

Virtual Morning Announcements at Centennial During Online Learning 

 Kate Plunkett January 13, 2021

The morning announcements have come back to Centennial High School! The virtual announcements, videos put together by the CHS Film Club and the Morning News Crew, are being released every Wednesday around...

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