All students will report to Advisory at 7:45am to receive their schedules for Semester 2.
This was previously addressed by classroom teachers and in an Advisory.
Good luck to all as we begin the second half of our year.
Congratulations to winners in The Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire
Students participating in the AP Studio Art class with Mrs. Corey Doherty submitted works with great success.
Jenna Ryan, Gold Key Portfolio and 2 Gold Key Individual Pieces
Dana Vong, Gold Key Portfolio
Sarah Beliveau, Gold Key Portfolio
Elizabeth Cote, Honorable Mention Portfolio, 2 Honorable Mention Individual Pieces
Natalie Rivera, Honorable Mention Individual Piece
The Scholastic Art Awards gallery show will open on Monday, January 23 and will run until the awards ceremony on Sunday, February 5. The show is held at the Stockbridge Theater at Pinkerton Academy. The public is encouraged to attend. Students winning in the visual arts come from both public, private and home schools.
After 38 years of service to Central High School as a teacher, administrator, and coach, Mr. Joe O'Neil has retired as of January 1, 2016. Mr. O'Neil has been a mentor to thousands of Little Green students and student-athletes. On his last school day at Central, the entire school surprised Mr. O'Neil, also the NHIAA's winningest coach, with a send-off celebration. As Mr. O'Neil walked the halls for the last time, hand-in-hand with his wife Cynthia, he was cheered on by students and staff, including the band which played the Alma Mater.
Mr. O'Neil, we wish you best of luck in your retirement and we are eternally grateful for your influence and service to Central Pride.
On Monday, December 19, Anna Patten, Nicolette Bruno, Katelyn Pepin, and Keegan Pepin, the officers of the graduating class of 2020, delivered over 75 new books and pair of mittens for each second grader at the Wilson Elementary School. The children at Wilson, many of whom happily shouted out that they had a sibling at Central, were delighted to see our much older students from Central who care. One of Wilson's teachers remarked that there had been many cold hands this past week with the colder temperatures.
We would like to thank the Central community for once again supporting our larger community. We could not have accomplished this service goal without your very generous and unstinting support.
Throughout the month of December, several members of the Central High School Band and Orchestra took their musical talents out to help the community celebrate the holiday season. These string, brass, and woodwind ensembles composed of over 30 students performed at the following events throughout Manchester: “Cookies, Carols, and Creshes” at the LDS Mission on December 2; The Mall of New Hampshire on December 4; Hackett Hill Nursing Home on December 8; and the Webster School Book Fair at Barnes and Noble on December 14.
Due to the extreme cold temperatures Manchester High School Central will be on a 2-Hour delay schedule for school on Friday, December 16, 2016.
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