Cultural Masks

Cultural Masks

March 16, 2016

Words: Jacob Mauer Photos: Madhu Lal Guest Photographer: Danielle Kalivretenos Centennial students in Mr. Hanssen’s Art II and Art II GT classes have begun making masks. The masks, when finished, will be an expression of their individual cultural identities both on the outside and inside. The masks are ...

Blue Ocean Competition

March 2, 2016

Words: Jacob Mauer Blue Ocean Strategy is a book about entrepreneurship by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne. The Blue Ocean Competition is an event put together by the authors and FBLA, Future Business Leaders of America. This year’s competition will be held at Centennial High School, hosted by the Fut...

Tennis Interest Meeting

February 3, 2016

Words: Jacob Mauer A mandatory meeting for Centennial’s Tennis has been rescheduled due to winter storm Jonas. The meeting has now been rescheduled for Thursday, February 4. The meeting will be held in Ms. Fisher’s room, room 404. The meeting will begin at 2:15pm. At the meeting, important tryou...

Red Cross Blood Drive

December 17, 2015

Words: Jacob Mauer The winter season brings with it a theme of giving, and along with this theme comes the Red Cross blood drive. The Red Cross is coming to Centennial High School to collect blood donations from students over the age of 16, who sign up. Once the blood has been collected, it is screene...

Hour of Code

December 11, 2015

Words: Jacob Mauer The Hour of Code Maryland Contest is back in 2015. This is a contest created by the Maryland State Department of Education,  where a $10,000 of technology donation to the public school that ensures that every student has a minimum one hour of coding experience during Computer Scien...

Black Friday: How It’s Changed

November 26, 2015

Words: Jacob Mauer Traditionally, Thanksgiving was a time for appreciating family, food, and all that we hold dear to us. This contrasts greatly with the Black Friday controlled Thanksgiving we celebrate today. Black Friday began as a time when stores would turn financial loss, in the “red,” into profit, “in the black”. Bl...

Terp Tuesday

Terp Tuesday

October 6, 2015

Words: Jacob Mauer Photos: Izzie Chausse Tuesday, October 6  is the second day of Centennial's Spirit Week and also Maryland Day. Maryland attire such as hats, shirts, pants, and other Maryland colors and decals were worn by students and teachers alike to show state pride. Maryland Day in a way ties...

How Centennial Students Can Manage Stress

September 24, 2015

Words: Jacob Mauer Students are put through many levels of stress on a daily basis both at school and at home. Students find that learning to manage stress is the key to success. The causes of stress vary from person to person and from situation to situation. One student could be worrying about college ...

Centennial’s Online Store

September 16, 2015

Words: Jacob Mauer To remove the many hassles of having to deliver payments to Centennial, the school has implemented an online payment option available directly from the school’s website under the "Essential Applications" section. Information given along with item names are teachers and sponsors,...

Schedule Changes

September 3, 2015

Words: Jacob Mauer Schedule change requests are currently available to all Centennial students. The orange forms can be found on the student aid desk at Student Services. The form requires students to fill in the class they want to switch, the class they want to be switched into, a valid reason to s...

Lines of Love Coffee House

February 8, 2015

Words: Jacob Mauer On Jan. 30, Lines of Love hosted their third annual coffee house. The doors to the event opened at 6:00 pm at Centennial High School. Once $4 was paid as admission, the audience could take their seats before the performances began. Special performances were give by “Awkward,” a...

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