From October, 2017

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Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration 2017″Noche de Unidad”

By: Alexandria Ortiz The Hispanic Heritage Celebration had the greatest turnout yet, uniting the entire community. The night commenced with a flag ceremony, showcasing all the Spanish-speaking countries.  The night featured incredible dance performances from the high school students as well as one dance from the middle school students. The annual essay contest winners were…

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Race to the Rescue!

By Briana Maldonado   Centereach High School had a one of a kind event on October 26, 2017 called Race to the Rescue. The event, hosted by English teacher Ms. Fitterman in the planetarium and was mainly focused around a full-time female racer in Riverhead Racewayj, Alyssa Paprocky. Alyssa Paprocky has always been interested in…

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Stellar Start to Centereach Varsity Football

by Thomas Polochak Cristina Costantino Tyler Sharma   This year, our varsity football team is on their hottest start in years. Led by one of the best running backs in the state, Alec Kiernan, they are completely stomping over the competition. On average they are scoring an outstanding 36.2 points per game, and are on…

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A Spectacular Surprise

As students entered Centereach High School in 2017-2018 school year they were pleasantly surprised with brand-new gym lockers! While sophomore Jonathan Stopanio expressed that the lockers are “much bigger and can hold a lot more,” sophomore, Kheerana Sharma exclaimed that, “the whole locker room smells new!” As these students have shown, the excitement for these…

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It’s That Time of the Year Again!

On October 31st, Centereach High School will be hosting its annual trick or treat street event. On this day, all the clubs and organizations of our school are given a task to come up with a theme and corresponding activities to entertain the kids. The clubs are assigned a certain classroom (including the cafeteria and…

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Computer Science Is The Future

     A brand new course was released by the College Board in 2016 called “Computer Science Principles”. This course teaches students the concept of computation, programming, analyzing problems, and communication. Stony Brook University, Harvard University, the University of Oxford, and many other top schools released the Computer Science course in their Engineering and Applied…

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The LGBTQ+ Flag is Blowing in the Wind

Throughout the years, society has become more accepting of humans as they are.  October 11th was National Coming Out Day and Centereach High School has done an amazing job at proving this statement. On this day our school showed its acceptance towards those who differ in sexuality.Students, teachers, and staff  were shown that they can…

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The Ocean Blue

Christopher Columbus, a historical figure whose reputation has been marked by controversy in the modern age, comes back into the spotlight every time Columbus Day approaches. Columbus is credited by many as the first European to discover the Americas, which led to their subsequent subjugation by European powers, such as the Kingdom of Spain. Columbus,…

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Robotics Club: It’s Time for Competition

       In the Robotics club students design, program, and create a robot that is able to do certain tasks. The game this year is called VEX Robotics: In The Zone. In this game students are to design, lift and stack yellow cones on top of conical cones. The end goal is to earn…