Hafets Receives Education Award

Hafets Receives Education Award
April 15, 2015

Words: Miranda Mason Centennial Principal Claire Hafets received The Washington Post’s Distinguished Educational Leadership Award during a surprise ceremony on Thursday, April 9. Hafets was greeted with...

Controversial County Budget to be Decided on in May

March 23, 2015

Words: Miranda Mason On May 12 at 7:00 p.m., the County Council will hold a public hearing on the Education portion of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Budget. This will be the last opportunity for Howard County...

Day of Code Comes to Centennial

December 6, 2014

Words: Miranda Mason On Tuesday, Dec. 9, Centennial will be participating in the Hour of Code, something every Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) school will be doing next week, according to the...

Centennial Hockey Faces Hebron

November 14, 2014

Words: Miranda Mason Centennial’s ice hockey team played Mt. Hebron on Thursday, November 13 at 3:30 p.m. The game opened with a goal for the Vikings, which was quickly matched by the Eagles. At the...

The “Grim Reaper” Reminds Students of the Consequences of their Actions

April 28, 2014

Photos: Caroline Oppenheimer and Martha Hutzell Words: Miranda Mason On Monday, April 28, 30 students were pulled out of their classes by the “Grim Reaper” as Centennial’s School Resource Officer...

Lines of Love Walk for Wellness

April 11, 2014

Words: Miranda Mason On May 17 at 10 a.m. the first annual Lines of Love Walk for Wellness will take place on trails and sidewalks near Centennial High School. The 2K walk will promote awareness, education...

Day of Silence Rescheduled Due to Conflicting Events

April 4, 2014

Words: Miranda Mason On Thursday, April 10, the Day of Silence (DOS) will take place at Centennial High School, a day earlier than the national DOS is scheduled to take place. The date was moved to Thursday...

Know Your Planet STEAM Expo

March 5, 2014

Words: Miranda Mason Photos: Corey Grable On Thursday, Feb. 27, the Know Your Planet STEAM Expo took place at Centennial from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. At this event, students presented projects that demonstrated...

Fulfilling Vision 2018: A New Outlook on APs Causes Mixed Reactions at CHS

February 24, 2014

Words: Miranda Mason Centennial students are being encouraged more than ever before to enroll in Advanced Placement (AP) classes as the Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) works towards Vision 2018,...

Centennial’s Teacher of the Year: Holly Pasciullo

January 30, 2014

Words: Miranda Mason Photos: Martha Hutzell Congratulations to Holly Pasciullo, who was announced as this years Teacher of the Year after seniors at Centennial voted over the past couple days. During third...

Centennial Takes Steps Towards BYOD Program

January 27, 2014

Words: Miranda Mason On Friday, Jan, 24, the Centennial High School Principal, Claire Hafets, met with members of the Howard County Department of Instructional Technology to discuss Centennial's involvement...

Centennial Alumnus Takes Trip to North Korea

November 19, 2013

Words: Miranda Mason In September, Centennial graduate Owen Lee-Park traveled to Pyongyang, North Korea to explore the country’s medical system with a group from the Korean American Medical Association. Lee-Park...

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