District News

Virtual Veterans Day Celebration Veterans Day

Due to COVID-19, Central High School will be unable to host its annual Veterans Day Ceremony. Instead we will presenting a Virtual Veterans Day celebration on November 11th.

The ceremony will include a speech, musical performances by our band and choir and a slide show of Veterans/Active Duty Service Members who live/lived in Kenosha Area, attend/attended Central High School, or who have immediate family in the Kenosha County.

If you would like to submit a photo of a Veteran/Active Duty Service Member who meets the above criteria, please fill out the online entry form. The deadline for Submission is Friday, October 30th.

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Congratulations to our September Students of the Month:

  • Hannah Andre
  • Lauren Caya
  • Abigail Conrad
  • Trevor Granner
  • Elizabeth Jones
  • Matthew Moreno
  • Savannah Mullen
  • Ellianna Olson-Exferd
  • Abigayle Stichauf
  • Kelsey Timko
  • Carlie Winslow

Read more on our September SOTM

Key Club’s Spooktacular Countdown


UNICEF works in the world’s toughest places to reach the most disadvantaged children and adolescents. This year Key Club’s Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF funds will support The Eliminate Project, which will provide resources and advocacy to support elimination of maternal and neonatal tetanus with UNICEF and partners.

Take a look at how you can help!

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CHS Families can now request absences online through their parent portal on Infinite Campus using the Parent site or app.  See the directions for more information, how to access and how to make those requests.  Please note that requests are not approved automatically and need to be reviewed by the office staff prior to approval.

Directions on How To Request an Absence in Advance Using Infinite Campus Parent Portal

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When you, a friend or the community needs help, you can make it happen.  Speak up and speak out by reporting a tip! The Speak Up, Speak Out Resource Center will respond quickly and confidentially to make sure we can get help to you or to someone who is hurting, struggling or in danger.

This link is located on our Student Page and we encourage kids, if you see something, say something using this service.