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The Week of April 15, 2013 will be Spring Spirit Week at Centennial. To show Eagle Pride, each day next week (the week prior to prom) will have a different theme. Listed below are the themes for each day next week. Be sure to show your Eagle Pride and participate.
Monday, April 15 – Pajama Day
Tuesday, April 16 – Neon Day
Wednesday, April 17 – Favorite Sport Team Day
Thursday, April 18 – Movie Character Day (No Masks/Paint)
Friday, April 19 – Eagle Pride Day! (All students are asked to wear RED!)
Saturday, April 20 – Prom!
Today is the last day to turn in Prom Guest Approval Forms. If a CHS students plans to bring someone who is not enrolled at CHS to Prom, they must submit a completed Guest Approval Form to the Front Office by 3:00 PM TODAY. The form can be found on CHS Quicknotes, by clicking here.
Words: Emma Harring
This week the halls were filled with hundreds of juniors ready to impress. It was that time of year again: junior interviews.
Working diligently in English classes in the last few weeks to prepare our resumes and practice interviewing led up to just ten minutes, for some even less. I waited as people in front of me were called and directed to the various tables set up in the media center. I watched them talking with the interviewers, wondering what my experience would be like, wondering which interviewer I would be paired with.
As other students started finishing, I was told to go begin my own. I walked over and said with confidence, “Hello, my name is Emma Harring,” knowing that was at least one thing I was not going to mess up.
My interviewer asked me multiple questions about my resume and I described my volunteering experiences and school activities one-by-one. I thought in my head, “This isn’t so bad.” My nerves calmed down as it turned into a relaxed conversation rather than a tense meeting.
The interview felt like it lasted forever, but when I glanced at the clock I found it had only been five minutes. My interviewer wrapped up and began writing comments and checking off boxes. Appearance, check. Eye contact, check. As soon as it began, it was over.
Now, as I will receive my third quarter report card, it will no longer have the world of work requirement missing. Another high school requirement completed, and I am one step closer to graduation.
Welcome back to a brand new school year! Class of 2016, Welcome to CHS. Class of 2013, Congrats, you are almost to the end.
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