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Eagle Day

Words and Photos: Sandy Eichhorn

On Tuesday, May 31, Centennial students came to school and participated in Eagle Day. Eagle Day is a day full of activities like basketball, kickball, volleyball, video games, chess, movies, and baking cookies. The day was split into three sections so students could participate in multiple events.

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Eagle Day Photos

Photos: Izzie Chausse and Sandy Eichhorn

Words: Sandy Eichhorn

On May 29, 2015, Centennial students came into school for an Eagle Day. Because of graduation, the school day was shortened, and fun activities were planned. Eagle Day was split into three sessions so students could participate in a variety of activities. Outside, students played kickball, frisbee, and soccer. Inside, there was volleyball, basketball, and badminton. If you weren’t interested in sports you could play computer games in the Tech room or have quiet time in the library. If you were interested in something artistic you had the option of getting your face painted in the art room or drawing with sidewalk chalk. If you felt like relaxing on a Friday, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off was playing in the auditorium. If you had a sweet tooth, the Foods class made chocolate chip cookies.

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What to Expect on Eagle Day

On Friday, May 24, 2013 – the day of the Centennial High School Class of 2013 Graduation Ceremony – the school day will begin at 10:30 AM for the freshman, sophomores, and juniors. On this day, the underclassmen will participate in “Eagle Day.” Students will have signed up for two activities, which could take place either indoors or outdoors, to to take part in on this day.
Activities occurring on Eagle Day include: Student Club meetings, walking on the stadium track, softball, board and video games, Ultimate Frisbee, mat ball, tennis, Studio Art, quiet reading, academic enrichment, and more.
After the exciting day of activities, students will meet in the stadium for an SGA-sponsored pep rally, which is expected to include a “Rising of the Classes” celebration.
All students are encouraged to wear red on Eagle Day to show school spirit and school pride.
Parent Volunteers are needed to help with this event.  To see available time slots, and to sign up to volunteer, go to signupgenius.com/go/4090948ABAA28A13-volunteer.