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The Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz is coming to Central

Manchester School District_NEA_Herbie Hancock Institute Press Release.pdf
POS 2019-2020.pdf

Central Food Pantry Now Open!

November 30th marked a special day for Key Club, as their dedication and hard work paid off! Key Club has been developing and planning how to execute the opening of a food pantry at school since the summer months and it has finally come to fruition. The Central Food Pantry is open on Friday’s from 3-3:30pm in the new cafe and food will be provided to any student who may be in need. Great job Key Club for your efforts and thank you to our faculty and outside supporters who have generously donated to the cause!
Central Week 2017

Student Spotlight

The Little Green named best in New England

On Friday, May 3, 2019, members of the Little Green Newspaper traveled to Boston University for the 71st annual New England Scholastic Press Association conference. Max Nakos and Niko Skaperdas were awarded Highest Achievement for feature page design of the Living & Arts section, Max Nakos and Eamonn Ryan were awarded Highest Achievement for news page design, and the newspaper was awarded Highest Achievement overall for all of New England.

We are excited to continue the Little Green's tradition of excellence. The Little Green newspaper is a forum for student expression. It is student run, relying completely on donations and advertisements, not school or district funds. It is one of the oldest school newspapers in the state, providing copies free of charge to students and faculty of Manchester Central High School.

Max Nakos wins NH Voice of Democracy Oratorical Contest

Senior Maxwell Nakos has won the State of New Hampshire competition in the Voice of Democracy Oratorical Contest sponsored by the VFW. Max, whose winning essay entitled "Why My Vote Matters", is the fourth state winner from Central in the past seven years. He has earned a week's all-expense-paid trip to Washington, DC, where he will compete for $30,000 in prize money and another trip to Gettysburg to participate in a national leadership conference. Congratulations, Max, a true example of Central Pride in Action!

Two students named National Merit Scholarship Finalists

Congratulations to Yicheng Su and Tamsin Weissberg who earned the distinction of National Merit Finalists for being among the top 15,000 students on the PSATs in the Fall of 2017.

They are now both move on to the final selection to be in the top 7500 students who become Merit Scholars.

We are so proud of both of you. Go Central Pride!