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  • October 26Join Spanish Club at Meson Sabika on Thursday at 3:45pm. Permission slips & $28 is due to a Spanish teacher by Tuesday.

  • October 26Lit Mag’s “Mystery Month” You have 1 week remaining to submit entries to get published & win a gift card!

  • October 26Fall Blood Drive–Nov. 1st . Permission slips are available in Activities & Nurses’ Office. You must be 16 to donate.

  • October 26Multi Cultural Club Pot Luck Oct. 29th in the café from 5:30-8:00pm. RAIN & UAC will perform. Cost is $5.00 or a dish.

  • October 26TC presents: “The Good Doctor” Nov. 3rd–7:30pm, Nov. 4th & 5th 8:00pm in the Auditorium. Tickets $5.00 each

  • October 26Spirits Winterguard Tryouts Tues., Nov. 15th 6-9pm in café, Thurs., Nov. 17th 6-9:30pm Adapt. PE Gym. Must have a physical.

  • October 26Spooky Grams on sale thru Friday for 50 cents each during lunch hours in café. Sponsored by Sophomore Class Council.

  • October 26Participate in the Central Times duo Halloween contest! See social media for details.

  • October 26ASL (American Sign Language) Club meets this Wednesday after school

Staff Editorial: The Chicago Cubs have won the World Series! Now what?

Staff Editorial: The Chicago Cubs have won the World Series! Now what?

CT Staff

November 15, 2016

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In no edition of the Central Times ever have we had this headline: The Cubs have won the World Series.... Read more »

The Spork: jack-of-all-trades or master-of-none?

The Spork: jack-of-all-trades or master-of-none?

November 25, 2015

As a staff we have decided to confront an issue that has loomed over mankind since the dawn of civ... Read more »

Students would gain world perspective from Globals Scholar Program

Students would gain world perspective from Globals Scholar Program

March 2, 2015

In our increasingly interconnected world, a global education is important: not only to make students aware of the ... Read more »

Social Media Editorial

Social Media Editorial

January 21, 2015

As teenagers, we  often have the desire to keep in touch with our  friends and classmates at all hours... Read more »

January Editorial

Central Times Staff

February 15, 2013

Filed under Editorial

Great tragedies often act as catalysts for great change. The Newtown shooting, the Virginia Tech shooting, the Aurora, Col. theater shooting and the Oak Creek, Wis. Sikh temple shooting are events that shake the foundations of public security and touch families all over the country. We, the editorial board of the Central Times,... Read more »

January 2012 Editorial: CT takes on our city’s growing drug issues

Yasmin Gentry, Managing Editor

January 31, 2012

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Any who denies the presence of drugs in this high school is a fool. It is this denial, this ignorance of the cold and harsh realities of an imperfect world, which allows Naperville to be so vulnerable when it comes to even starting a conversation about a growing epidemic. We, the Central Times editorial board, believe... Read more »

March 2011 Editorial: Communication policy on right track, needs more clarity

March 2011 Editorial: Communication policy on right track, needs more clarity

Emma Weissmann, Editor-In-Chief

March 22, 2011

Filed under Editorial, Showcase

Imagine this as an internet conversation between two people: “Yo, When is dat Extra Credit due?... Read more »

February 2011 editorial: Speak out against the silence

Ike Swetlitz, Managing Editor

February 23, 2011

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In Ecclesiastes, it is written that there is a season for everything. There is a time to kill and a time to heal. A time to weep and a time to laugh. A time to keep silent and a time to speak. And the time to keep silent is not a moment during the morning announcements. We, the editorial board of the Central Times, firm... Read more »

January 2011 Editorial: Our advice: no advisory

Emma Weissmann and Ike Swetlitz, Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor

January 25, 2011

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Every student knows why he or she is required to come to school. Students come to learn the skills needed for a successful career in the future. These subjects require repetition, time taken out of a day to reinforce and teach these skills over a semester, or even a year. However, taking surveys, learning the ins and outs ... Read more »

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