#Central High School

San Angelo ISD COVID-19 report: January 18, 2022

SAN ANGELO, Texas — The San Angelo Independent School District reported 450 total positive cases of COVID-19 among students and staff for the school week starting Monday, January 10, and ending Friday, January 14, 2022. Of the 450 new cases, 408 positive cases were among students; 42 of the positive cases were among staff. A […]
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Rotary Club learns about new football facilities at NCHS

Rotarian with the Program Lance Lopez introduced Natchitoches Central High School (NCHS) Head Football Coach James Wilkerson at the Rotary Club of Natchitoches luncheon. Coach Wilkerson discussed the new NCHS football facilities and the present and future goals of the program. Pictured from left are Lopez, Wilkerson, and Aaron Johnson (Photo by Dr. Ron McBride).
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Johnathan Burns named Central High School STAR Student

Johnathan Burns has been named Central High School’s 2022 PAGE STAR Student. The Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program honors Georgia’s highest achieving high school seniors and the teachers who have been most instrumental in their academic development. To obtain the STAR nomination, high school seniors must have the highest score on any single test date of the two-part SAT taken through the November test date of their senior year and be in the top 10% or top 10 students of their class, based on grade point average.

Celebration parade to honor of Madison Jaguars

MADISON, Miss. (WJTV) – A parade honoring the Madison Jaguars will be held on Saturday, January 22. The parade will celebrate the outstanding achievements in academics, the arts, and athletics. Joining the parade will be clubs, groups, teams, and organizations from both Madison Central High School and Rosa Scott School. The parade will begin at […]

Central Wrestling Club Hosts ‘Under the Lights’ Wrestling Duals

Out of the five Hernando County high schools, which one thought to take an indoor sporting event and bring it outdoors? Central High School did! “It was one of our Assistant Coaches, Dennis Harmon and Al Sorrentino, Central High’s Athletic Director, who came up with the idea to do something like this,” said Greg Climan, Central’s varsity wrestling coach.

Upcoming D51 wrestling duals postponed due to COVID-related issues

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Three upcoming D51 wrestling duals have been postponed due to COVID-related issues, according to the district’s athletic director. The following wrestling duals have been postponed. At this time, they have not yet been rescheduled. Central High School vs. Grand Junction High School scheduled for...

Rex Lauterbach

Rex Lauterbach was born Jan. 23, 1943, to Truman and Frances (Krull) Lauterbach. He graduated from Central High School in 1960 and then went on to join the Air Force ROTC after graduation. Rex joined the Navy in October 1966 and served alongside his awesome brother, Mark. He married Debbie...

Kentucky college to use donation from to expand campus

Simmons College will use a donation from the National Baptist Convention of America to expand its campus and purchase one of the first public schools for Black students in Kentucky, officials said. The National Baptist Convention gave the Historically Black College a $350,000 donation that will be used to buy...

Major donation to Simmons College of Ky. to fund purchase of old Central High School

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Simmons College of Kentucky received a historic donation that'll allow it to expand its Louisville campus. The National Baptist Convention of America gave the Historically Black College a $350,000 donation. The money will be used to buy the original Central High School on West Kentucky Street, which was the first public school for black students in the state.

Halfway through the year, educators navigate pandemic challenges

Editors’ note: In August, SNN spoke with educators at several districts concerning their thoughts on starting the school year with full classrooms once again. Our reporters checked back in with them to see how they are doing months into the school year with the coronavirus surging once again. Morgan...

Kenosha Tremper outlasts Racine Lutheran 80-69

Stretched out and finally snapped, Kenosha Tremper put just enough pressure on Racine Lutheran to earn an 80-69 victory at Kenosha Tremper High on January 18 in Wisconsin girls high school basketball action. In recent action on January 4, Kenosha Tremper faced off against Racine Case and Racine Lutheran took...
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Jerome (Jerry) Clifford Donnelly

Jerome (Jerry) Clifford Donnelly, 78, of Harker Heights died Jan. 15, 2022, at his home in Harker Heights, surrounded by his family. The family will not be holding a funeral or memorial service but will celebrate his life with a visit to the Teton Mountains of Wyoming. Jerry was born...