Tag: Prom Spirit Week

Centennial Students Sport College Spirit-Wear for Final Spirit Day

Words: Lawren Mickenberg

Photos: Laila Abu-Ghaida

On Friday, May 4, Centennial celebrated College Sweater Day, where seniors wore a shirt that symbolized which college they will be attending next year, but all students were welcomed to participate.

There were a variety of different colleges chosen by the students from all around the country. There were shirts from colleges like Princeton, Michigan State, UMBC, Maryland, and more.

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​Centennial Dresses Wackier Than Ever

Words: Shawn Kruhm

Photos:  Zach Grable

On Wednesday, May 2, students and staff wore their wackiest apparel to celebrate another successful day of prom spirit week. Students enjoyed wearing anything but their normal attire.

Many showed their school spirit by rocking their craziest hats, funniest shirts, and wildest socks.

Students can look forward to participating in two more spirit days: Class Color Day on Thursday, and College Sweatshirt Day on Friday.

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Centennial Shows Out For Maryland-Zaching Spirit Day

Words: Delanie Tucker
Photos: Zach Grable

On Tuesday, May 1, Centennial students dressed up for the second day of prom spirit week; Maryland Day, which also served as Zaching Against Cancer Day.

Many Centennial students chose to honor Zach Lederer, a former Centennial student who died of cancer, with t-shirts and hoodies with the Zaching Against Cancer Foundation logo on it.

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Prom Spirit Week off to a Sleepy Start

Words: Maggie Ju

Photos: Laila Abu-Ghaida

On Monday, April 30, Centennial staff and students kicked off Prom Spirit Week in cozy pajamas. Some donned fluffy onesies, long bathrobes, and even sleep masks to participate. For the students finishing PARCC, it was a relief to end the stressful testing in comfortable sleepwear.

Leading up to Prom on May 5, this spirit week was the last of the school year. The success of Pajama Day was a sign that Centennial spirit persists as the year draws to a close.

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Tourist Day

Words: Meghan Moore

Photos: Zach Grable

On Tuesday, April 25, Centennial students dusted off their dad’s Tommy Bahama shirts and broke out their bucket hats for Tourist Day.

Two days into Prom Spirit Week, students sported Hawaiian shirts, high-waisted shorts, socks and sandals, visors, fanny packs.

While the majority of the school participated in Tourist Day, Centennial seniors decided to wear red, white, and blue for an America themed spirit day.

 Spirit Week will continue on Wednesday, April 26, with Pajama Day.

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America Day

Words: Sandy Eichhorn

Photos: Izzie Chausse

On Tuesday, May 10, Centennial students wore red, white, and blue, to show their patriotic pride for Centennial’s second spirit day, America Day. Students wore metallic leggings, American flag shirts, and held American flags.

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Safe-Driving Awareness Day

Words: Sandy Eichhorn

Photos: Michael Merkey

On Monday, May 9, Centennial began its Prom Spirit Week by spreading awareness about distracted driving. Students volunteered to be “victims” of car accidents caused by driving while texting and driving under the influence. These students were taken out of class, given t-shirts that said how they died, and had their faces painted white and black.

Once they were taken out of class, the students could not speak for the rest of the day to represent the lives lost due to distracted driving.

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