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Announcements

April 24th – April 28th, 2017

The Safe and Sober presentation will be held Monday, May 1 at 7 p.m. in Central's auditorium. It will feature a panel of Central and Hale students talking about their strategies and choices for staying Safe and Sober. If you come with a parent, you can get a $15.00 discount off of your prom ticket.  If you come without a parent, you can get $10.00 off of a prom ticket. Snacks and door prizes will also be given.

Anyone interested in the Talent Show, auditions will take place May 2nd, 3rd, and 4th in the Choir Room during CAP. Come prepared with a music track, or you can sing acapella, and your entire group for any team auditions. We will be looking for any singers, dancers, musicians, artists, spoken word, skit/drama, or original acts that want to showcase their abilities, so come prepared.

The performance dates with be Monday and Tuesday Night, May 15th and 16th, from 6pm to 7pm, so plan accordingly.  We will be doing 2 night performances, for all who wish to attend, so make plans with coaches or work to be able to participate. Tickets can be purchased at the door for the event: $1.00 for students, and $2.00 for adults. Hope to see you there!

Open workouts for anyone interested in going out for baseball will be held Wednesday at Belich field from 5:00-8:00pm.

New and Current NHS Members: There is a meeting Wednesday after school in Room 377.

Prom tickets will go on sale on Monday, May 1st through Wednesday, May 3rd before and after school in room 118.  Tickets are $40 per person.  If you are bringing a guest from another school or a guest who is an underclassman, you must fill out a guest pass PRIOR to purchasing your ticket.  This process can take several days to be completed, so DO NOT procrastinate.  Guest passes are available in the main office.

Seniors! Please connect with Mr. Omo or Ms. Garcia to collect your cap and gowns. Many are still unclaimed, so see one of your Senior Advisors to pay off any remaining balances prior to graduation so you are ready to go for rehearsals and the ceremony.

 

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Principal's Message

Starting Tuesday, February 15, we will be working to reduce the occurrences of unexcused tardies and unexcused absences by 10%.  Students who are in the building but who do not report to their classes on time are considered tardy. 
 
It is important that students are at school on time for the entire school day, which starts at 7:47 am.  Beginning Tuesday, February 15, we will be sending calls home to parents and family at approximately 9:00 am when your student is tardy or absent first hour without a parent excuse or school excuse.  This call is being sent to keep you informed of your student’s school attendance. 
 
If we succeed in our goal of reducing tardies and unexcused absences by 10%, we will celebrate on March 31 with an ice cream treat for all students. 

We are asking for parent/guardian help in improving our school attendance so that all of our students can be successful at Central.  Please talk to your student about the importance of being in class for every class on time. 

Thank you, 
Dr. Amy Van Deuren

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About Our school

Welcome to West Allis Central High School!

Central has a long and proud tradition of excellence as a comprehensive high school, offering a full range of academics, athletics, and co-curricular activities to provide a well-rounded, high-quality educational experience. High school is a special part of growing up, and Central provides academic course offerings that will enable you to explore your interests and develop your potential. In addition to the academic courses offered to help you earn credits toward your high school diploma, a wide variety of athletics, clubs, societies, and other social/educational opportunities are available for you to get involved outside of the regular school day. Our staff is committed to providing each and every student with the best possible education at Central High School, and to make the high school experience rewarding and fun. We look forward to the work ahead in partnership with students and families as we strive for excellence in all of our students.​

Be A Good Sport!

Acceptable Behavior

  • Applause during introduction of players, coaches, and officials.
  • Accept all decision of officials.
  • Maintain self-control in all circumstances.
  • Encourage surrounding people to display only good sportsmanship.
  • Show concern for any injured players, regardless of team.
  • Applause at the end of contest for performances of participants.

Unacceptable Behavior

  • Disrespectful, derogatory, harassing, taunting, intimidating, humiliating, or degrading yells, chants, songs, or gestures.
  • Use of profanity or displays of anger that draw attention away from the game.
  • Yells that antagonize opponents.
  • Laughing or name-calling to distract an opponent.
  • Booing, criticizing, heckling, or displaying anger with an official’s call.