From November, 2016

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AP Students Honoree Breakfast Celebration!

By Emily Dwyer On November 23,  Centereach High School honored its AP students who received a four or a five on any AP examination last year. The event provided a bagel breakfast, certificates, and a touching statement by Ms. Strong. She explained how we must be grateful, in this season of Thanksgiving, to all of…

Bump, Set, Spike– Game Over!

By Ashley Gomez This past Saturday November 19, six teams went head to head for a fun filled day of competitive volleyball that would result in one victor hero team in the Centereach gymnasium.  It started out with the teams competing in fifteen rounds to determine elimination positions.  After hours of hard play, the teams…

Hispanic Heritage Celebration: Noche de Unidad By Emily Dwyer

“Noche de Unidad”, or “A Night of Unity”: One couldn’t think of a more fitting theme for this year’s annual Hispanic Heritage Night Celebration at Centereach High School. The evening was composed of stunning dance performances, touching essay readings and speeches, and delicious traditional foods of Hispanic culture. Tables were set up to learn about…

The Election of 2016 – Trump’s Victory, and what it means for America

Political Column by David Hatami The unthinkable has finally happened. After stunningly becoming the republican nominee at the GOP national convention back in July, Donald Trump has been elected president of the United States of America. Hillary Clinton, possibly the most qualified and experienced candidate to ever run for office, has lost. This election may…

Jungle Book Performance Earns 4 Howls****

By: Camille Torres   Ms. Duryea “dared” to do another children’s play, and we are glad she did.  This past weekend, November 4-5, Ms. Duryea’s theater troupe performed with great energy and costumes Rudyard Kipling’s timeless Jungle Book.  The Jungle Book successfully came to life at Centereach High School this past weekend. The endless hours…

Bringing Breast Cancer Awareness to CHS

By: Dara Douglas The month of October is known for many things: Halloween, Columbus Day, and even Hispanic Heritage Month. October most importantly known for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This probably the reason why you have seen so many fellow students wearing pink last month. In support of raising awareness, Skills USA is selling pink…

Trick or Treat Street a Highway of Excitement and Laughter!

By: Riah Sharma Monday, October 31was a day that the students of Centereach High School had been vigorously preparing for. It was a day to show the spirit and hard work of the numerous clubs that they take pride in. Students wanted to create a joyful ambience for the little kids coming to enjoy their…