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Aaron Orth: The Next American Ninja Warrior

Aaron Orth: The Next American Ninja Warrior

March 24, 2019

Hundreds of years ago, ninjas represented Japanese agents of death: infiltrating, sabotaging and assassinating. T...

Naperville to choose between two candidates for mayor

Noelle Schwarz, News Editor

March 23, 2019

Filed under News, Showcase

The Naperville mayoral election is enterting its final weeks of campaigning, with incumbent Mayor Steve Chirico seeking a second term. His opponent, Rocky Caylor, says he wants to take Naperville in a new direction. Caylor is the president and CEO of Cadence Premier Logistics in Joliet and owns Caylor Consulting with his wife. ...

Students compete against staff in annual  basketball game for charity

Students compete against staff in annual basketball game for charity

March 22, 2019

On March 6, students from different organizations gathered in the Naperville Central gym to showcase their a...

Adapted PE students commemorate World Down Syndrome Day with speeches, activities

March 21, 2019

World Down Syndrome Awareness Day is observed across the country on March 21, as people work to spread aw...

Robotics Team qualifies for World Championship

Robotics Team qualifies for World Championship

March 20, 2019

The Naperville Central Robotics Team made school history on Feb. 23 when they qualified for the VEX Robo...

Central students raise money for St. Baldrick’s

Central students raise money for St. Baldrick’s

March 19, 2019

St. Baldrick’s is a foundation that was created to help raise money and support children with pedia...

Self-defense courses help students develop  confidence, awareness in preparation for college

Self-defense courses help students develop confidence, awareness in preparation for college

March 19, 2019

Naperville Central’s physical education department developed their own self-defense classes due to...

New Illinois bill would require parent or social worker’s presence when students questioned about potential crime

New Illinois bill would require parent or social worker’s presence when students questioned about potential crime

Noelle Schwarz, News Editor

March 19, 2019

Filed under News, Showcase

Two years ago, Naperville North student Corey Walgren died by suicide after being questioned by school...