|By: Jenna Rakers, Contributing Writer
Centralia High School's 2015 Prom will be held on May 2, 2015, starting at 8:00 p.m. Instead of being held at the Centralia Recreation Center, this year Prom will be located at Nic-n-Noah's. The Grand March will begin at 8:30 p.m. with the Prom Queen and King coronation immediately following the march. The theme, voted on by the Junior class, is "Once Upon a Time." The Disney princess movies inspired the class to develop this theme, which will be represented through the various decorations at the event. Celebrations has been a tremendous help with the decorations and the food for Prom this year.
"The Junior sponsors and I are very excited about the new venue for Prom and the decorations that Celebrations is helping us with to provide our students with an elegant atmosphere. We are looking forward to making it a special night for our students," stated Danielle Bennett, Junior class sponsor.
The following students are the king and queen candidates this year:
CHS Softball will once again be hosting their skills camp. The camp is scheduled for Monday, May 18, with Tuesday, May 19 as the rain date. Camp times will be 9:00-11:00a.m. for students that just completed grades 1-2, and 12:30-2:30 p.m. for students just finishing grades 3-4-5. The camp will be held at the Bicentennial field and will be run by the high school softball players and coaches. We will stress the fundamentals of softball; hitting, pitching, catching, and throwing. The cost of the camp will be $15 if paid by April 29. Checks need to be made out to CHS Softball. ALL late entry forms turned in after April 29 will cost $20. Campers will need ball gloves, tennis shoes or cleats (no sandals please), and sweat pants for sliding. Please label all equipment. Please turn completed forms into Mrs. Haskell at Chance Elementary and Mrs. Meyers at CIS.
All campers will receive a t-shirt.
The times for the camp are as follows:
Campers will need ball gloves, tennis shoes or cleats, no sandals please, and sweat pants for sliding. Please label all equipment. Please turn completed forms in to Mrs. Haskell at Chance Elementary and Mrs. Meyers at CIS.
Parents will need to pick your daughter up promptly at the end of the camp. We are looking forward to a great day of softball on Monday, May 18. We hope to see you there.
The Robert L. Pearce Award honors excellence in education and community leadership. The award recognizes the hard work and dedication of superintendents and their contributions to Missouri students.
This year's Pearce Award was awarded to R. Stephen Green, Superintendent with the Kansas City Public Schools.
The award was established in 1987 by Richard and David Pearce, principals of the Pearce Corp., a Missouri architectural firm specializing in school buildings.
Superintendent Darin Ford was recently nominated along with eight other Missouri superintendents for the Robert L. Pearce Award at the Missouri Association of School Administrator's Spring Conference at The Lodge of Four Seasons.