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                                                         Thanksgiving Break
                                                            NO SCHOOL
                                                           November 24-26

NOVEMBER 2010 - VOLUME 15, NO. 4                  A Centennial High School PTSO Publication




 Get your holiday shopping started early this year – and do something to benefit CHS at the same
 time. Come to the Centennial Holiday Show the weekend before Thanksgiving. It's one of the
 best craft shows in Middle Tennessee.

 Parent volunteers have been working for months to place vendors with a wide variety of unique,
 handcrafted merchandise of all kinds. The show features traditional crafts such as country
 Christmas decorations, quilted and crochet items, candles and ceramics, along with unique jewelry,
 wood, metal, floral arrangements, paper crafts, paintings, photographs, stained and blown glass
                                                                           (“Holiday Show” Continued on page 2)



           Inside PAWPrints
Cougars in the news         Page 2
Attendance Office Message   Page 4
Holiday Show info           Page 5
Sports                      Pages 6-9
Band News                   Page 10
Calendar                    Pages 11
Honor Roll-1st Quarter      Page 13
PTSO News                   Page 14

LATE START MONDAYS:                                       Holiday shoppers flock to CHS each year.
                                                  Here shoppers browse the booths set up in the CHS Gym.
November 8, 15, 29                               Come and see our school transformed on November 20 & 21!
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 (Holiday Show continued from page 1)
 items, plus handcrafted clothing and fashion accessories. Linda Wesson, Holiday Show co-
 chair, notes that one of the trends they are seeing among newer vendors are items made
 from recycled and reused items. Jewelry made from old typewriter keys, belts embellished
 with old bottle caps, collage prints from magazine pages, and one-of-a kind jewelry laser-
 cut from old vinyl records are just some examples of this trend.

 Many volunteers transform the school into a holiday showplace for the weekend's 170
 vendors and close to 5,000 shoppers. Vendors and shoppers alike come from surrounding
 states as well as local Middle Tennessee communities. Door prizes and concessions add to
 the shopping experience. New this year will be gingerbread houses built by teams of CHS
 students available for purchase. “We can't wait to see the creative designs by our students,”
 said Barb Cooper, Holiday Show co-chair. School groups, teams, and clubs also offer
 merchandise and shopping services.

 Proceeds from the show are used to benefit a wide range of academic programs and student
 activities, through teacher grants and student scholarships. It's the PTSO's main fundraiser
 for the year. Don't miss it!

           Sat. Nov. 20, 9am – 5pm & Sun, Nov. 21, Noon – 4pm
           Admission: 1-day $3, 2-day $5, Children 10 & under free. Parking $1
                  (Saturday overflow parking with shuttle service available from
                   the McEwen Office Building - just west of Mallory on McEwen Drive)
           All proceeds benefit CHS students. www.centennialholidayshow.com



The Attendance Office can                       COUGARS IN THE NEWS
   always use your old ink
pens. If you clean out your               Congratulations to
                                          Senior RJ Vogt for
 kitchen “junk drawer” and
                                         earning the National
  find a bunch of old, half-              Merit Semi-Finalist
   used, but probably still-             Award. In the United
good pens, please bag them              States, out of over 1.5
   up and send them to the               million students who
     Attendance Office.                    compete for this
This is a year-round need.              prestigious honor, only
           Thanks!                         about 16,000 are
                                               awarded.

 Congratulations to CHS Sophomore Christian Lloyd on being selected by the staff
 and faculty to attend the Tennessee Leadership Seminar. The mission of TLS is to
    identify outstanding high school sophomores throughout Tennessee for being
   responsible citizens in their community and/or school and provide them with the
       opportunity and encouragement to recognize their leadership potential.
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 It is time to place your order      FROM THE COUNSELING CENTER
   for this year’s CHS year-         SENIOR PARENTS: If you haven’t received two
                                    newsletters already this year from the Counseling
book. You may order online          Center, you need to send your email address, and
at www.yearbookforever.com                  your student’s name and grade to :
  or stop by the Front office.                     marykayc@wcs.edu
         The cost is $84.
                                                                     The Library Staff
 Don't forget to recycle                                              at Centennial is
your ink jet cartridges in                                           ready to help your
                                                                        student in the
 the Attendance Office                                                 Media Center.
     donation box.                                                     Stop in and say
 Proceeds help support                                                 hello next time
   the Hockey Team.                                                     you are in the
                                                                          building!

                                  CHORUS NEWS
            Congratulations to the following students on being
                    chosen for two regional Choruses.
   These hard-working Cougars represent Centennial High School well!
   Mid State Chorus: Morganne Best, Joseph Trabucco, Spencer Fiske,
        Abigail Edwards, Alexis Whiting, Faith Kennelly, Haley Frost,
                    Lauren Lloyd and Tayla Lammers.
 All State Chorus alternates: Christian Lloyd, Mitchell Torrence, RJ Vogt,
       Laura Suddeath, Rachel Woods, Sandra Kennelly, Lauren Lloyd
                           and Tayla Lammers.

The whole Centennial Family rose to the occasion recently
to help one of our own. This note was received from the
family of Jack Johnson who continues his brave fight with a
serious medical condition. Contributions can continue to be
made at any Fifth/Third Bank in an account set up for Ben
and Jill Johnson or you can leave checks with Mamie Jeter
in the Front Office and they will be deposited in the account.

We would like to say thank you to all CHS students, faculty,
     staff, and Centennial families for your tremendous
generosity when the "bucket" was passed for Jack's medical
  expenses during the Columbia football game. We are so
 proud and honored to be a part of such a loving and giving
       school community. Your support is invaluable to our family at this time.
             With great appreciation, Ben, Jill, Benny and Jack Johnson
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The 2011 Governor’s School applications are now on-line and may be downloaded by
going to the department of education website at: www.tn.gov/education/govschools/
index.shtml. Any sophomore or junior who would be interested in participating in
this challenging and high intensity program over the summer should see Mary Kay
Carter in the Counseling Office. Selection for this program is based on written essays
as well as academic performance. Deadlines are quickly approaching.


             New in the CHS Library
             Gorgeous photography, and an
            incredible history of our town in
               The Heritage Foundation’s
                   coffee table book,
              Historic Franklin, Tennessee.
              This gift from the Heritage
              Foundation was presented to
             our principal, Dr. Frank Brown
            who gave it to the CHS Library.



                               Pre Approved Absences start
                                with the Attendance Office
                                   This includes College Visits!

 If your family is planning on extending any holiday or taking a vacation during the regular school
  schedule please be aware that you will need to send a note to the Attendance Office to start the
 procedure for approval at least a week before the trip. The student delivers the note to Attendance
    and then is called back down the week before the planned trip to pick up a gold pre approved
           form which the teachers must sign off in order for the absence to be approved.
                     All work is given in advance and is due upon return to school.
  Please do not email the teachers and forget that the Attendance Office must start the proc-
  ess. Too many times we hear about a trip after the student has left the building. There are guide-
              lines listed in the student planner in order for the absence to be approved.
  After ten days of absences the County may require a doctor’s note for all absences. So please be
  aware of how many days your student has missed school. A written note is required to return to
school in order for the absence to be excused even if a phone call has been made. This is a back up
 in case of a problem with our computers. We save all notes for the year. Parents should receive a
                     letter if attendance becomes a problem with no explanation.
          Please call the Attendance Office with any questions at 472-4280.
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          HOLIDAY SHOW PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES
                FOR CHS CLUBS AND TEAMS
 Once again, groups from CHS are among those selling items that will get your
 Christmas shopping off to a great start. All CHS groups’ booths will be located
            in The Snowflake Café (a.k.a. The Cougar Dining Hall).
        Plan on visiting the Snowflake Café and supporting the
                         following CHS groups:

      Women’s Basketball-Custard Treats      Freshman Class- Hot Chocolate Mix
          Men’s Soccer- Wassail Mix           Chorus- Bake Goods/Knitted Items
     Sophomore Class- Chili and Salsa Mix       Junior Class- Cookie Mix Jars
                 JROTC- Pies                          Hockey- Cookbooks
      Color Guard- Homemade Dog Treats        Spirit Squad- Homemade Candies
     Habitat for Humanity- Shopping Bags     Drama Club- Holiday Bows & Tags



     The Cougar Athletic Club will provide a sit-down lunch service in the
    Snowflake Cafe beginning at 10:30 am on Saturday and 12:00 on Sunday.
   Don't miss their famous chicken salad! The CHS Softball team will be in the
         concession stand selling breakfast items, snacks, and lunch fare.
               Special thanks and recognition also goes to these
              CHS groups that keep the show running smoothly:
                    Band and Band Boosters – Show Parking
                     National Honor Society – Ticket Sales
                   JROTC – Vendor Check-in and Check-out




Pictured above are 2009 Holiday Show booths for Color Guard and Habitat for Humanity
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                                 SPORTS PAGE




                            CHS SWIM TEAM NEWS
The first swim meet of the season was a big success! We swam against Franklin,
Brentwood, and Ravenwood Highs --all of them are in a higher league than Centennial,
so coming in in the top half is really good!
But we had several swimmers do MUCH better than that! Big Congrats go to:
Harper Grace, First place in 50 Freestyle
Sunniva Johannesen, Second Place in 50 Breaststoke AND in 50 Butterfly!
Harper Grace also came in 5th place in 50 Backstroke
Carl Angel 5th place and Bryce Nolte 6th place in 50 Free style
Nick Riffel 8th place and Brennan Langenbach 9th place in 50 Backstroke
Bryce Nolte 6th, Nick Riffel 7th, Brandon Vowell 9th place in 50 Breaststroke
Brandon Vowell 5th place, Bryce Nolte 9th place in 50 Butterfly


  The Competition Cheerleaders
  wanted to give back to the
  community that supports them
  throughout the year so they
  volunteered at the Susan G
  Komen "Race for the Cure" on
  Saturday, October 9th. The
  girls helped cheer on the
  runners throughout the race
  and at the finish line. It was a
  beautiful day in Tennessee and
  we thank everyone who came
  out to support the girls as well
  as the thousands of people
  running to help fight cancer.
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                                          SPORTS PAGE
                                          Volleyball News
CHS won in the first round of districts against Franklin beating them in three out of five
games. The CHS girls then went onto the semifinals to play Ravenwood. We won one
game from them and held very close to them in two more
games. Ravenwood ultimately ended up winning the match, tying for third place in
districts with Brentwood High School. The CHS volleyball team left that night making a
statement to all teams for next year. The Cougars will be back stronger than ever next
year, and we will be a team to reckon with.
Our motto this year was "Let's give them something to talk about" and we did just that.

    Pictured: Taylor Beek (All District
    Award Honorable Mention), Taylor
    Lowe (All District), Maddie Earp
    (All District)




                                               Pictured: Assistant CHS Coach Kylee Davis, Head CHS
                                               Coach Brittany Rhinehart, Taylor Lowe (All District), Maddie
                                               Earp (All District), Cassidy Horvath (All Tournament), Taylor
                                               Beek (All District Honorable Mention), Caroline Hyde (All
                                               Tournament).



                       WRESTLING                                          Congratulations to
The wrestling team is experiencing tremendous growth                   the Varsity Competition
with close to fifty students expressing interest in joining           Cheerleaders for winning
the team. There will also be a spirit squad that will
                                                                              the Annual
coordinate promotions, match attendance, and
tournaments. We have two new coaches, Centennial                       Blackman High School
Criminal Justice teacher Mr. Pollard and Eric                         Competition. They did a
Moore. Coach Pollard will coordinate the a.m. lifting                      fantastic job and
program while Coach Moore will take care of the                         defeated Brentwood,
heavyweights.                                                           Ravenwood and Red
Anyone interested in wrestling or the spirit squad should                Bank High School.
see Coach Becker in Room 247 for more information.                        Way to go girls!!!
Centennial has a full schedule of wrestling this year with a
number of home matches. We are also hosting the Cougar
Classic Wrestling Tournament (Varsity, JV, Frosh) on Sat.
Jan. 8th and the J.V. Championships on Sat. Jan. 29th
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                                        SPORTS PAGE
     WOMEN’S SOCCER
The Lady Cougars Soccer team will
officially end their season at their Awards
Banquet on November 14. This high-
spirited group will say good bye to the
Seniors with much affection. The Lady
Cougars are more than a team–they are a
sisterhood. “Secret Sisters” will be
revealed at the Banquet and the always
popular photo slide-show will be unveiled.
Soccer families should contact Ann Parker
at amparker21@bellsouth.net to reserve          Senior Soccer Players Erin Tidwell, Meredith Martin, Chelse
space.                                        Waclawik, Jillian Link, Erin Mueller, Allie Salas, Marissa Scribner



         The following Lady Cougars were named to the District 11-AAA
      All-district team: Meredith Martin, Erin Mueller, and Chelse Waclawik



                                                                       Men’s Lacrosse Team
                                    Congratulations                 Cougar Lacrosse is hosting the 8th
                                         to CHS                     Annual Harpeth River Riot La-
                                       Volleyball                   crosse Tournament on Saturday,
                                         Coach                      Nov 6th at the Williamson County
                                        Brittany                    Recreation Center on Hillsboro
                                       Rhinehart                    Rd. Fourteen teams from across
                                    for winning the                 Tennessee will be competing from
                                     District Coach                 9am to 5pm in 3 divisions of high
                                      of the Year                   school lacrosse action. All are wel-
                                        Award!                      come to come out and support the
                                                                    Men's Cougar Lacrosse Team!!

                     Congratulations to Jessica Kubalak on placing
                      3rd overall in the Regional Golf Tournament.

                    2011 Men's Soccer Team Information
Wednesday, November 10th there will be a mandatory informational meeting
       with Coach Sandy Pollock for players interested in trying out
                     for the 2011 men's soccer team.
 The meeting will be held in the Media Center and begin promptly at 2:45.
    You can pick up the required contact sheet in the Attendance office.
For more information contact Donnie Whiteman at donnie@idnashville.com.
 Conditioning prior to tryouts will be held in December and January.
          Soccer camp will be held January 31 - February 4
             Soccer tryouts will be held February 14-17.
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               SPORTS TEAMS– fund-raising opportunities

                            “Bring Your A-Game”
                  November 6th, 9:00PM-12:00AM at
               A-Game Sports Complex in Cool Springs.
      $10 gets you in the door for UNLIMITED Laser Chase, Ice
    Skating, Basketball, Volleyball, and Dodge Ball. Concessions will
    also be available. Half of Every Ticket Sale will be donated to
    Basketball Cheer. They will be pre-selling Tickets the week of
                       November 1st during lunch.
          Please join us for a night of Fun and Support your
                        Basketball Cheerleaders!


                           Hockey Team Cookbook
        Cookbooks are on pre-sale for $10. Anyone interested in purchasing
            a cookbook can call Amy Nolte 202-2589 to pre order one.
             Thank you for supporting the Cougars Hockey team.



                     Centennial High School
  “Fall Fling” MIXED DOUBLES TENNIS Tournament Fundraiser
 When:                 Sunday November 7, 2010
 Starts:               12:30 pm til…
 Where:                CHS Courts
 Cost:                 $25.00/player
 Divisions:            Two (ranking <3.0 and 3.5>) w/ multiple flights
 Format:               Mixed doubles – round robin
 Awards:               Top teams in each division + playoffs
 Cut off:              November 4
 Refund:               In event of cancelation due to weather or over-registration.
                       (Donations are accepted)
 Benefit:              All funds benefitting the CHS tennis team
                    REGISTRATION: Send email to: Chris.Patterson@cat.com

        Let's "Serve" up some interest by "Ad"ding players, spreading the
              "Love" and "Court"ing some sponsors/donors and having a
            "Swing"ing good time while "Net"ing some funds for the Team!
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                                                        Fundraiser a BIG success!
                                                       On September 11, Centennial
                                                        High School teamed up with
                                                        Alexander Ford for “DRIVE
                                                           ONE 4UR SCHOOL” .
                                                      Alexander Ford provided many
                                                         brand new vehicles for test
                                                       drives, and for each test drive,
                                                         CHS received $20 from the
                                                         Ford Motor Company. In
                                                      addition, CHS teams organized
                                                        a car wash, a bake sale and a
                                                      garage sale to coincide with the
                                                        test drives. When it was all
                                                      said & done, CHS teams made
                                                               almost $5,000!

                                       Our Marching Cougars competed in the Music
                                 City Invitational at McGavock High School Oct. 24th.
                                  The band gave a great performance and enjoyed a
            Marching                    fun day together. Our Guard and Field
           Band News                 Commanders received a SUPERIOR rating!! Way
              November                        to go, we are so proud of you!
                                                Upcoming band events:

                          November 6th – Southern States Championship at UTC
Under the direction of Senior Field Commander Neely Baugh and Bryan Walker, the
band will be competing against 17 other high school bands from across the mid-south.

   **November 9th –
 Half–time Highlights
    – at 6:30pm on our
 CHS football field. This
is a chance for all of our
 CHS faculty, family and
friends to come out and
 see what our band has
 worked so hard on this
 fall! Admission will be
  free. Please come out
      and support our
   Marching Cougars!
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    CHS School Wide Calendar of Events: NOVEMBER 2010
Date   Day    Event Name/Description                                         Time               Location
1      Mon    CHS Choir Concert                                              7pm                Christ United Method-
                                                                                                ist Church on Franklin
                                                                                                Road
2      Tues   Election Day – NO SCHOOL
3      Wed    Hockey vs. Indy-Page                                           7:25pm             A-Game
4      Thur   Swim Team – Irish Relays against all Middle TN schools         4pm                TSU
5      Fri    Hockey vs. Mt. Juliet                                          7:55pm             A-Game
6      Sat    CHS Band at Southern States Championship                       TBA                University of TN at
                                                                                                Chattanooga
              Wrestling vs. Creekwood (Pre-season Tournament)                9am                Creekwood
              Competition Cheerleaders at McMinnville Regional Competition                      McMinnville

7      Sun    FALL FLING Tennis fundraiser                                   12:30 pm           CHS Tennis Courts
8      Mon    Late Start Monday                                              8:15am
9      Tues
10     Wed    Hockey vs. Ravenwood                                           8:55pm             A-Game
11     Thur   Swim Team vs. Smyrna                                           5pm                Smyrna
12     Fri    Hockey vs. JP II                                               8:10pm             A-Game
13     Sat    Competition Cheerleaders at Bluegrass Regionals                                   Lexington, KY
14     Sun
15     Mon    Late Start Monday                                              8:15am
              Progress Reports
16     Tues   Boys Basketball vs. BGA at Hall of Champions Game              6pm – JV           CHS
                                                                             7:30pm – Varsity
17     Wed    Swim Team vs. Cookeville and USN                               5:30pm             TSU
              Hockey vs. Brentwood                                           8:10pm             A-Game
18     Thur
19     Fri    Boys Basketball vs. Hillwood at Hall of Champions Game         6pm – JV           Hillwood
                                                                             7:30pm – Varsity
20     Sat    Centennial Holiday Show                                        9am-5pm            CHS
              Wrestling vs. Lipscomb (Pre-season Tournament)                 9am                Lipscomb H.S.
              Competition Cheerleaders at State Championship                                    MTSU
21     Sun    Centennial Holiday Show                                        12 noon to 4pm     CHS
22     Mon    CAC Meeting                                                    6:30pm             Media Center
              Boys Basketball at Leroy Wright Tournament                     TBA                Cane Ridge
23     Tues   Boys Basketball at Leroy Wright Tournament                     TBA                Cane Ridge
24     Wed    Thanksgiving Holiday – No School
              Boys Basketball at Leroy Wright Tournament                     TBA                Cane Ridge
25     Thur   Thanksgiving Holiday – No School
              Boys Basketball at Leroy Wright Tournament                     TBA                Cane Ridge
26     Fri    Thanksgiving Holiday – No School
              Boys Basketball at Leroy Wright Tournament                     TBA                Cane Ridge
27     Sat
28     Sun
29     Mon    Late Start Monday                                              8:15am
              PTSO Meeting                                                   6:30pm             Media Center
              Boys Basketball vs. Pearl Cohn                                 6pm – JV           CHS
                                                                             7:30pm – Varsity
30     Tues
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CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL 1ST QUARTER HONOR ROLL 2010-2011
CHS 3.5-3.749 Honor Roll 9th: Melina Aguirre, Anne Angel, Denise Astorga, Cade Beadles, Sierra Bechtel,
Logan Blankenship, Samantha Brickel, William Christian Brown, Abriana Busbee, Madyson Canova, Collin
Crawford, William Forrester, Kailey Good, Christopher Gragg, Ian Gregory, Nicholas Hall, Grayson Harris,
Elisabeth Helton, Amanda Jackson, Dong Ha (Ian) Lee, Lauren Lieberman, Jacob Little, David Mason, Enri-
que Miczuga, Zachary Moran, Cameron Neely, Keanna Patterson, Yemnia Perez Garduno, Rachel Phillips,
Toby Renfrow, Maxwell Rhodes, Caroline Roden, Hannah Sheehan, Isabella Shire, Caleb Simons, Mason
Smith, Morgan Soltes, Fabian Torres, Jordan Zarr CHS 3.5-3.749 Honor Roll 10th: Alexa Barnett, Conor
Bleistein, Darby Bly, Edwin Bosel, Trenton Dillard, Karissa Downes, Christina Eisner, Cole Evans, Ruth
Evans, Curtis Evers, Hailey Fisher, Caroline Frasier, Celeste Garcia, Leah Garrett, Alissa Gile, Caitlyn
Green, Lauren Harby, Rachel Hellewell, Karis Hicks, Nicole Kariott, Cason Kinnard, Emily Lucas, Cameron
Maples, , LaQuinta Murphy, Gianella Orozco, William Newt Parrish, Jinal Patel, Daylon Phillips, Gregory
Raucoules, Zachary Riggs, Nicolaus Roberts, Jenna Schroeder, James Sigler, Rachael Sires, Katherine Stil-
well, Rain Thoresen, Allen Throckmorton, William Walker, Chloe Wight, Spencer Zehring CHS 3.5-3.749
Honor Roll 11th: LaQuinta Anderson, Allyson Baker, Julieta Bautista-Lopez, Coleman Beauchamp, Fallon
Bechtel, Dylan Blair, Logan Bray, Zachary Brazil, Jelisa Chatman, Chase Clenney, Shabree Dodson, Joel Dol-
lar, Xavier Esmond, Gabriel Farmer, Victoria Finamore, Evan Fuller, Jysell Garcia, Hannah Grant, Marcus
Hamilton, Dedipya Immadisetty, Taylor Justen, Kathy Eun-bin Kim, Madeline Martie, Taylor Means, Lissa
Mendoza, Jacquelin Miniot, Naomi Newton, Shelby Phillips, Brennan Plummer, Parker Priddy, Kendall
Quarles, Rachel Reynolds, Vinicius Rutherford, Morgan Sager, Jordan Shellhart, Christina Spears, Shelby
Stielstra, Hassania Valdez, Lisa Von Glahn, Lydia Wachs, Nolen Werner, Kyle Woodall CHS 3.5-3.749
Honor Roll 12th: Andrea Baker, Kelsea Ballerini, Kelondra Brackins, Lauren Bailey Brown, Laderrious
Carter, Haley Chase, Graham Evers, Chadwick Farbman, Danielle Fletcher, Grace Good, Gail Gurich, Beth-
any Hawks, Brian Heller, LaTarrius Johnson, Stephen Karpenko, Caitlin Knight, Daprecia Mayes, Samantha
McCullough, Brandon Mealer, Christian Montesinos, Megan Moshier, Erin Mueller, Gavin Nordyke, Marga-
ret Norman, Robert Davis Osburn, Kamrey Perkins, Rachel Simons, Patrick Suggs, Matthew Turnbull, Syd-
ney Umenhofer, Connor Vandiver, John Waggener, David West
CHS 3.75-3.99 High Honors 9th: Andrew Absher, Fayyaz Akbari, Elias Angel, Douglas Arnold, Nelson Bald-
win, Amanda Baugh, Caroline Bivins, Olivia Bohlman, Madelyn Bowman, Catherine Burford, Hannah Burns,
Kendall Burr, Hannah Caudill, Lauretta Claire Cheek, Junda Chen, Jihee Cheon, Christopher Corry, Briar
Cranston, Phillip Curtis, Jonathan Davis, Alyssa Delaney, Madison Dismukes, William Wes Drewery, Jodi
Friedrichs, Haley Frost, Jansen Fuller, Steven Fuller, Camille Gear, Tarren Gettman, Natalie Godel, Huston
Hall, Ricky Harris, Jordan Henson, Andrew Hubbard, Brandon Hull, William Jackson, Stacia Jenkins, Kyle
Johannes, Rachel Joseph, Lenabel Khansari, Montana Lacy, Sydney Lenthall, Juliana Marcantonio, Rachel
Medina, Hunter Meade, Madelyn Metts, Janea Newton, Magdaline Nietfeld, Haley Pearson, Jessica Resendiz,
Sydney Robbins, Jackson Smith, Allison Spears, Caroline Spradlin, Brooke Steed, Madelyn Taylor, Courtney
Trahan, Michael Turri, Zachary Walker, William Wesson, Alex York CHS 3.75-3.99 High Honors 10th: Amy
Arnold, Kinsey Baker, Reid Barber, Courtney Barnes, Devon Barrett, Lauren Bauman, Emily Caroline Bell,
Jason Bonifield, Tyler Bozeman, Timothy Broadhead, Noah Burnett, Sarah Burt, , Rachel Carrigan, Brenna
Coleman, McCord Collier, Olivia Craker, Christopher Delgado, Caitlyn Dirksen, Rachel Dozier, Amanda
Fisher, Savannah Rain Flint, Eva Gibson, Rayne Gravat, Alexander Hadley, Patricia Caroline Henson, Kayla
Hunt, Anna Jackson, Ellen Jensen, Leonie Jung, Douglas Kievit, Jai Lammers, Matthew Lowe, Taylor Lowe,
Derek Lyle, Hannah McElroy, Cierra McLemore, Brittany Mendez, Cassandra Morales, Thomas Nichols,
Yevgeniy Ogorodnik, Carlee Packard, Bridget Perine, Igor Polosukhin, Kylie Preston, Emily Rice, Jonah
Smith, Alexa Stanfield, Clay Staton, Laura Suddeath, Samuel Underwood, Sarah Vandiver, Alec Williams,
Camille Wornock, Kyle Yager CHS 3.75-3.99 High Honors 11th: Laine Ansel, Amy Armendariz, Colleen
Barrett, Megan Boulden, Jennie Burger, Michael Draper, Taylor Drury, Brendan Fraser, Tabitha Fugett,
Courtney Gustafson, Ana Guzman, Tyler Hickerson, Victor Horozov, Hayley Howell, Spencer Jones, Thomas
Ben Law, Joshuah Link, Sean McCray, Caleb McGee, William Meehan, Caitlin Morgan, Zachary Morgan,
Oksana Nesteruk, William Perkins, Shelby Piggott, Anthony Potter, Kerri Ross, Alexa Salyer, Kathryn Sta-
ples, Kara Stevens, James Tamburello, John Vaughn, Emily West, Jacob White, Logan Yann
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CHS 3.75-3.99 High Honors 12th: Patrick Graham Alligood, Analilia Ayala, Rajdeep Bal, Megan Brown,
Paige Cassady, Kaylene Chadwell, Amber Covington, Georgiana Cronin, Nicholas Cross, Samuel DeFeo,
Desmond Dwight, Kelsey Earp, Guy Evans, Daniella Faziani, Sarah Fisher, Dylan Gahm, Marion Garriott,
Robert Gresham, Salvador Guzman, Madison Hannah, Travarius Harris, Grant Henderson, Jaklyn Horozov,
Rachel Hudgins, Jackson Hudson, Megan Jacobs, Paris Johnson, Darius Kelly, Kelly Kimbro, Samuel Luna,
Anne Margolis, Yessenia Mata, Julie Mrozinski, Erika Nesto, Charles Evan Proctor, , John Richardson,
Harley Rodgers, , Connor Trahan, Sarah Wheeler
CHS 4.0+ Principal's List 9th: Sean Alcorn, Haddon Alexander, Anna Blake Atkinson, Morganne Best, Sam-
uel Blair, Bryce Bowman, Coltin Briggs, William Carder, Jared Carnes, Sophie Clark, , Adam Dominguez,
Eric Downham, Madeline Earp, Abigail Edwards, Tashawna Esmond, Spencer Fiske, Nicholas Frazier, Davis
Fuqua, Sydney Gleason, Hannah Gregory, Robert Gustafson, Mason Haney, John Harland, Jacob Helton,
Maria Hensley, Sam Higginbotham, Courtni Hill, Christopher Jackson, Benjamin Jacobs, Chandler Joiner,
Ashton Jones, Bennett Jones, Hyun Jung, , Lauren Kellers, Faith Kennelly, Anitah Kiombe, Justine Kirolos,
Rachel Knight, Jeffrey Kunkle, Jessica Kunkle, Eduarda Lague, Araceli Lopez, Thomas Mogish, , Katie Mur-
dock, Francis Murphy, Savannah Norem, Matthew Oleis, Camryn Palmer, Abigail Parker, Laura Picataggio,
Courtney Rehmer, Bethany Rowland, Renata Scarpelli, Troy Schneider, Ivy Shelton, Harper Shore, Isabella
Strawn, Louis Tambellini, Austin Testut, Joseph Trabucco, Maryann Upchurch, Courtney Wainner, Jacob
Washington, Ellyn Webster, Amanda Welch, Andrew Welch, Brenna Wheeler, Alexis Whiting, Maddux Wil-
lingham, Dyllan Wilson, Emily Wood, Nicole Zongor CHS 4.0+ Principal's List 10th: Sawyer Bass, Kathryn
Baugh, Bailey Bishop, Marlee Bowman, John Brackins, Anna Brasher, Alexander Brent, Allison Bruning,
Bridget Casey, Lily Clarkson, Kellianne Conlan, Meg Cooper, Warren Dellinger, Dylan Dozier, Jesse Farber-
Eger, Amelia Floyd, Elizabeth Fowler, Mika Giedt, Chaz Hawkins, Elissa Heckman, Blake Heineck, Caro-
line Hyde, Amanda Hyssong, Theresa Jackson, Sydney Jensen, Jordan Kitterman, Mitchell Kreitzman, Laura
Lauder, Molly Leasure, Amanda Letsinger, Christian Lloyd, Taylor Maxwell, Marilyn Mays, Michaela Mer-
cer, Anna Mills, Paxton Parker, Shaina Patterson, Matthew Pond, Elizabeth Schofield, Cody Skrabak, Nicho-
las Smith, Madison Stumhofer, Chloe Sullivan, Joy Beth Taylor, Bryan Walker, Brandon Wenger, Tyler
Wenger, Christopher Willenberg, Mallory Williams, Rachel Woods, Samantha Yager CHS 4.0+ Principal's
List 11th: Jessica Adams, Jenna Anthony, Joanna Atanasiu, J Atkinson, Wesley Atnip, Abigail Barrett, Taylor
Beek, Faith Bell, Cortney Bigoness, Brianna Braden, Kelsey Brouwer, Lindsey Chesak, Nicole Chieng, Hye
Choi, Elizabeth Chyke, Maria Coronado Jesus, Emily Daffron, Hannah Detweiler, Robert Fira, Fallon
Fliehser, Valeria Garcia, Ryan Goughary, Sol Govin, Cassidy Horvath, Steven Jensen, Sandra Kennelly,
Kristen Kessler, Tayla Lammers, Brennan Langenbach, Benjamin Mallernee, Erica McGraw, Leslie Miller,
Connor Mills, Taylor Moore, Tessa Morgan, Victoria Moulton, Maddison Murray, Thomas O'Donnell, April
Park, Savannah Peirce, Abigail Poff, Elizabeth Runyan, Jonathan Palmer Smith, Cameron Stamps, Kylie
Stang, Glory Stone, Kirollos Tadrous, Tylyn Tatum, Michael Testut, Iman Thambi, Leah Tobak, Mitchell
Torrence, Meaghan Von Wahlde, Brandon Vowell, Hunter Walker, Zachary Whiteman CHS 4.0+ Principal's
List 12th, James Scott Aiello, Rachel Alexander, Marcela Arredondo, Kelsey Bailey, Alyssa Baldwin, Neely
Baugh, Hannah Beckerink, Anna Blair, Jared Boggs, Michael Bouchillon, Davis Burnside, Caroline Chapman,
Matthew Cheatham, Chandler Clarkson, Margaret Coffman, Katherine Coles, Autumn Crew, Kaitlyn Daniel,
Tania Davila, Danielle DiPillo, Hope Dirksen, Covington Dismukes, Jeffrey Dixon, Bonnie Dodge, ,
Maryevelyn Drexler, Robert Dunaway, Angelique Espinoza, Alexander Evans, Dale Evans, Steven Farris,
Emily Ferguson, Austin Ferrell, Adam Finlan, Carson Flint, Alyssa Gauci, Adam Gotwald, Brandon Gross,
Corbin Hendrixson, Thomas Alex Itin, Richauna Kidd, Young Kim, Jessica Kubalak, Rebecca Kunkle, Enzo
Lague, Jason Lawrence, Ricardo Leon, Jillian Link, Lauren Lloyd, Alejandro Macias, , Meredith Martin,
Wesley McAfee, Lindsey McKee, Jordan Miller, Anna Moise, Amanda Norem, Talor Park, Diptiben Patel,
Conor Perine, William Poff, Casey Renegar, Theodore Robbins, Mary Roth, Griffin Russell, Allie Salas,
Talia Scarpelli, Blair Schneider, Jennifer Scott, Marissa Scott, Marissa Scribner, Samantha Seifferth, Paige
Severson, Anna Shelton, Ellen Grace Taylor, Olivia Throckmorton, Erin Tidwell, Rebecca Traxler, Nicole
Trimble, Robert Vogt, Jessica Voiles, Chelse Waclawik, Taylor Ward, Russell Alex Weihe, Katherine Wight,
Christopher Wilson, Maya Wimmer, James Woolman, Walter Work, Lindsey Yarbrough
14 Pawprints NOVEMBER 2010


CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL STAFF                      JOIN US! Come to the PTSO
Front Office 472-4270         Fax 472-4291           meeting on TUESDAY
Principal: Dr. Frank Brown
                                                   November 30 at 6:30pm in
Administrative Assistant: Barbara Marquardt
Assistant Principal: Sandra Joyner
                                                       the Media Center.
Assistant Principal: Javier Nuñez
Receptionist: Mamie Jeter                         Parents who have joined the PTSO
Bookkeeper: Karen Kubulak                         may pick up their Student Directory
Nurse: Sheila Pennington 472-4288                   in the front office beginning on
Cougar Dining Hall: Judi Gilmartin                       Tuesday November 2.
Attendance Office 472-4280 Fax 472-4283
Assistant Principal: Marlena Taylor
Attendance: Jenny Wesson & Beth Jolley                The next PAWPrints
Counseling Center       472-4282 Fax 472-4283       deadline is December 1.
Counselors: Mary Kay Carter, Shawn Carter, Mary
Calhoun, Carol Smith, Joyce Hollins and Julie       All email address changes
Albee (STARS)                                     should be sent to the PTSO at
Office Manager: Susan Draiss                             chsptso@wcs.edu

        TUESDAY VOLUNTEERS HAVE FUN WHILE THEY WORK
   There’s always room for more– please come to CHS on Tuesday
  mornings and make your way to the PTSO room. Any help you can
  give is so appreciated by our wonderful teachers. Remember what
   Mary Poppins says: “In every job that must be done, there is an
  element of fun...you find the fun, and SNAP! The job’s a game.”

				
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