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Thursday, May 26th

Attention current sophomores and juniors - are you signed up to take AP Psychology next year? If the answer is "yes," you must attend a meeting in the cafeteria on Wednesday June 1st during CAP. Again, all students who will be taking AP Psychology next year must attend a meeting in the cafeteria on Wednesday June 1st during CAP.

The last Gay Straight Alliance meeting of the year will be on Wednesday this week. WEDNESDAY, not Tuesday, in room 377. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors regarding Graduation Rehearsal, apologies for the confusion with dates and time. It will be Wednesday, June 8th after the last exam at 10:45 in the auditorium. Please be timely, the earlier we start, the earlier we finish! Questions? Please ask Ms. Garcia or Ms. New

iPad Collection is taking place in the IMC until June 3. Please, talk to your CAP teachers about when you're supposed to come to the IMC to return your device. That means you should bring it to school ASAP! Don't forget to update, back up, sign out and erase your device. Thanks!!

Reminder to all track and field athletes that the banquet is Tuesday, May 31st at 6pm. See Coach Nigon for banquet information. All track athletes need to bring their washed uniforms to Coach Nigon by Tuesday, May 31st!

Don't forget! Library books are due by the end of the week. Please get them in ASAP so you don't get fined!

Wednesday, May 25th

Graduating Seniors - If you received a gold gown but did not receive your maroon stoll, you can now pick it up in room 312B from Ms. Garcia before or after school.

Attention Seniors regarding Graduation Rehearsal, apologies for the confusion with dates and time. It will be Wednesday, June 8th after the last exam at 10:45 in the auditorium. Please be timely, the earlier we start, the earlier we finish! Questions? Please ask Ms. Garcia or Ms. New

iPad Collection is taking place in the IMC until June 3. Please, talk to your CAP teachers about when you're supposed to come to the IMC to return your device. That means you should bring it to school ASAP! Don't forget to update, back up, sign out and erase your device. Thanks!!

Don't forget! Library books are due by the end of the week. Please get them in ASAP so you don't get fined!

Reminder to all track and field athletes that the banquet is Tuesday, May 31st at 6pm. See Coach Nigon for banquet information. All track athletes need to bring their washed uniforms to Coach Nigon by Tuesday, May 31st!

This week the CLC Athletic Training Club is hosting 1 Repetition Maxes!!
All are welcome to join in the excitement, find out where you rate on the Bulldog Power Matrix. Are you All American? All State? Varsity? Good? Tonight in the Athletic Training Center.

The World Language Club is sponsoring a Multi-Cultural Fair on Thursday, May 26th in the Auditorium Commons from 3:15-5:00pm.
There will be art, cultural information, food, friends, and fun at the Multi-Cultural Fair! Entrance and some food items are free.
World Language students are especially encouraged to attend. See your French, German, or Spanish teacher for details on earning extra credit.


Tuesday, May 24th

iPad Collection is taking place in the IMC until June 3. Please, talk to your CAP teachers about when you're supposed to come to the IMC to return your device. That means you should bring it to school ASAP! Don't forget to update, back up, sign out and erase your device. Thanks!!

Congratulations to the following track and field athletes who qualified for Sectionals this Thursday:

Jeff Leflore in the discus
Anthony Yarn in the discus
Ella Schultz in the shot put
Kelshawn Johnson in the 110m and 300m hurdles
Madison Williams in the 200m dash and long jump
Devan Garcia in the 400m run
the 4x4 team of Kelshawn Johnson, Kenneth Thigpen, Jake Schultz, and Devan Garcia.

Wish them luck as they race for the top 3 spots to qualify for state this Thursday. All other track athletes- please bring your washed uniform to Coach Nigon by Tuesday! Congrats on your season!

We would like to take a minute to give thanks to all those who donated Friday for the Ocampos family. By donating your change and buying baked goods on Thursday, we raised $1,000 to help pay for his eye surgery!! Thank you again.

The World Language Club is sponsoring a Multi-Cultural Fair on Thursday, May 26th in the Auditorium Commons from 3:15-5:00pm.
Come one - come all!
There will be art, cultural information, food, friends, and fun at the Multi-Cultural Fair! Entrance and some food items are free.
World Language students are especially encouraged to attend. See your French, German, or Spanish teacher for details on earning extra credit.

Graduating Seniors - If you received a gold gown but did not receive your maroon stoll, you can now pick it up in room 312B from Ms. Garcia before or after school.

It's Here!!! It's Here!!
This week the CLC Athletic Training Club is hosting 1 Repetition Maxes!!
All are welcome to join in the excitement, find out where you rate on the Bulldog Power Matrix. Are you All American? All State? Varsity? Good? Tonight in the Athletic Training Center.

Mandatory tryouts for POMS will be held on May 24th, 25th, and 26th from 6-8 pm in the Auditorium Commons! Time to start preparations for summer camps and performances!

Monday, May 23rd

There is a meeting for all boys interested in playing basketball next year. The meeting for boys basketball is today during CAP in the cafeteria.

It's Here!!! It's Here!!
This week the CLC Athletic Training Club is hosting 1 Repetition Maxes!!
All are welcome to join in the excitement, find out where you rate on the Bulldog Power Matrix. Are you All American?  All State?  Varsity?  Good?  Tonight in the Athletic Training Center.
Today is FLAT BENCH PRESS and 40 Yd. Sprint.
See you tonight!!!

Graduating Seniors - If you received a gold gown but did not receive your maroon stoll, you can now pick it up in room 312B from Ms. Garcia before or after school.

Reminder to all track and field athletes competing today at Regionals and those JV athletes who are helping to work the meet- you are excused at 2pm today. Meet Coach Marcus outside the field house by 2:15 for the bus. Bring all your stuff with you as there is no return bus after the meet. Good luck today! Workers, when you get to Hale, immediately find Coach Nigon to get your worker assignment.

The World Language Club is sponsoring a Multi-Cultural Fair on Thursday, May 26th in the Auditorium Commons from 3:15-5:00pm.
Come one - come all!
There will be art, cultural information, food, friends, and fun at the Multi-Cultural Fair! Entrance and some food items are free.
World Language students are especially encouraged to attend. See your French, German, or Spanish teacher for details on earning extra credit.

Mandatory tryouts for POMS will be held on May 24th, 25th, and 26th from 6-8 pm in the Auditorium Commons! Time to start preparations for summer camps and performances!

May 16th-20th

Attention NHS members. A volunteer opportunity is available. Please go to Mr. Owens class tomorrow during CAP to find out.

Also baked goods are being accepted for tomorrows bake sale. Please drop off these goods to Mr. Owens tomorrow morning!

Meeting for all boys interested in playing basketball next year: If you want to play basketball there is meeting Thursday during CAP in the cafeteria.

The J.V. Girls soccer team won last night against Hale 1 to 0 last night.  It was a total team effort. Carla Ferreira scored the winning goal and Amy Carrillo shut them down as the goalie. Great game girls!

Track and Field Athletes- there is no study hall Wednesday. Please change right away and meet outside the field house for practice by 3:15. We will have a short practice and then will change for pictures.

This Thursday, there will be a meeting for all of those interested, enjoy running, or just curious in running cross country for the upcoming fall season.  It would be a great chance to meet the coaches, and find out what the sport is all about. All athletes that ran last year are encouraged to attend. The meeting will take place in Ms. Nigon's room in the tower after school. see you this Thursday!!

The team track and field photo is Wednesday! You need your long-sleeve maroon track shirt- meet outside the field house right after school. Any track athlete who is done competing needs to bring in their uniform- return your uniform and get end of the season banquet information from Coach Nigon by this Friday!

Mandatory tryouts for POMS will be held on May 24th, 25th, and 26th from 6-8 pm in the Auditorium Commons! Time to start preparations for summer camps and performances!


 

Principal's Message 

As we near the end of the 2015 – 2016 school year and get ready to enjoy the summer, we are busy with all of the end-of-year tasks that are part of finalizing a school year up and we begin thinking ahead to next year.  With that being said, I would like to keep this  introduction short, and offer a sincere and heartfelt Thank You to parents, community, staff, and students for your hard work and involvement that made this school year an outstanding one at Central.  From academics to athletics and the arts, Central families have a great deal to celebrate. Read more...

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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.‚Äč

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Acceptable Behavior

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  • Accept all decision of officials.
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  • Show concern for any injured players, regardless of team.
  • Applause at the end of contest for performances of participants.

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