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Willingham brings creative passion to CHS art program

  By: Gracie Stains, Contributing Writer Alexis Willingham is one of the new teachers in the Centralia R-VI School District. She is teaching middle school art classes and various levels of art classes at the high school for her first year of teaching.  Willingham attended William Woods University where she received her Bachelor of Art […]

Hakes, ready to see students ‘click’ with math

 By: Griffin Anderson, Contributing Writer The Centralia R-VI School District has many new faculty and staff members this school year. One of them is Mr. Daniel Hakes. Hakes, who is originally from Nebraska, attended high school around Denver, Colorado. He returned to Nebraska to attend Concordia University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education […]

April 2020 SAE Spotlight: Dallas Lewis

By:  Hannah Pendergrast, Contributing Writer The CHS FFA advisors nominated Dallas Lewis, son of Tim and Lori Lewis, for the April SAE spotlight. Lewis is a CHS senior who is involved in FFA, NHS, cross country and basketball. He attends Friendship Christian Church in Centralia.  Lewis’ SAE focuses on sales and marketing. He began his […]

March 2018 SAE Spotlight: Dallas Lewis

By: Madison Smith, Contributing Writer Dallas Lewis was nominated for the March SAE Spotlight. He is a sophomore at Centralia High School and is involved in cross country, basketball and track. Lewis’s SAE is to bale and sell straw. During his SAE, Lewis works to produce as many bales as possible and sell all of […]

Scholarship Night, Graduation Date Announced

At its regularly scheduled monthly meeting on May 11th, the Centralia R-VI Board of Education discussed plans for important end-of-year milestone events for the Class of 2020. The Board subsequently approved for Centralia High School to schedule dates for 2020 Senior Academic Awards and Graduation as follows:   *Senior Scholarship and Awards Night – Friday, […]

CHS Class Prepares Students for Adult Responsibilities

By:  Michael Lee, Contributing Writer At the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year, Mrs. Jill Angell started teaching a life skills class called Real World Seminar where students learn such skills as budgeting, sewing, job interviewing and cooking. Angell’s main purpose of the class is to help students survive in the real world when they […]