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Tanner Mordja, Class of 2020

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To me, being a falcon is being part of a community that lifts one another up, supports one another, and celebrates one another’s successes.

My favorite high school memories are participating in the Association of Business Students. Specifically, attending FBLA and DECA district and state competitions. DECA and FBLA introduced me to worlds of opportunities, friendships, and experiences.

One piece of advice to freshmen is to challenge yourself! Don’t be scared to try new things, pushing yourself further outside of your comfort zone. Take advantage of the opportunities you have now, you may never have them again.

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2020-2021 Academic Calendar

September

1 - Freshman Only Day

2 - First day of classes 

7 - Labor Day (no classes) 

October

30 - Fall Break 

November

25-27 - Thanksgiving Break

December  

22 - Holiday Break begins at dismissal 

 

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Dear Westosha Central Families,

As previously communicated, Westosha Central has been working on a “Return to Central” plan aimed at reopening our school this fall. We have met with many people including area school districts, local health professionals, school board members, Wisconsin Department of Instruction staff, and Central staff members to gain insights and information needed to create a plan that best meets the needs of our community and students. We surveyed parents in June, discussed options with staff, and planned for all potential scenarios. As many of you have expressed, these are not easy decisions, and we thank you for your understanding and acknowledgement of the work being done to get ready for the fall. 

CHS Literary Journal CHS Literary Journal

The students of Central High School are proud to announce this year's edition of the CHS Literary Journal, Due by Monday. The journal, published "at cost" via Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing, is the result of the diligence and creativity of writers enrolled in Mr. Monday's creative writing class, and a few who were not, as well as the art students of Mr. Grube and Mr. Kuepper. The journal is organized by theme (nature, relationships, death, and the mind) and features poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Both a black-and-white and a color edition are available on Amazon. 

Class of 2020 Virtual Commencement