Words: Ellie Zoller-Gritz
Photos: Eliza Andrew
On Monday, January 28, Centennial High School hosted their second annual One Centennial Day.
During One Centennial Day, students came together to educate and encourage each other to be part of an inclusive environment.
As students entered the building they reported to their first period class to sign up for the workshop of their choice. Each workshop was designed to inform and help students become more involved members of the community.
Sophomores and seniors went to workshops for session one, while freshmen and juniors gathered in the auditorium for an assembly. After session one, the sophomores and seniors went to the assembly and the freshmen and juniors attended workshops.
Some of the workshops offered included School Spirit and Leadership Through Athletics.
The assembly was full of guest speakers, performers, and others who wanted to give a voice to an issue they feel affects the Centennial community.
To conclude the day, everyone returned to their first period class to complete a survey on their experience with One Centennial.
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