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  • October 16Join Spanish Club for a Taco Fiesta on Wednesday Oct. 18 in room 89A. Bring $3.

  • October 16All Prospective National Honor Society members should stop by room 313 on Thursday Oct. 19 to pick up results.

  • October 16The Choral Concert will be on Tuesday Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.

  • October 16Multicultural Club will have its first meeting on Monday Oct. 23 at 7:05 a.m. in room 205.

  • September 30American Sign Language Club meets on Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. in room 105.

  • September 30BPA meets Thursdays at 7:15 a.m. in the INCubator room.

  • September 30Medical Club will meet on Friday, Oct. 13.

  • September 30JSA a political debate club meets on Thursdays after school in room 236.

  • September 30Yearbook Club meets on Thursday mornings in room 216.

  • September 30R41N, a no-cut K-Pop dance club meets Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:30 outside of room 219.

  • September 30The Central Times meetings will be held on Tuesdays at 7:10 a.m. in room 218.

  • September 30Truth Seekers will meet on Fridays to discuss various topics.

  • December 6Senior Panoramic Photo Wed, Dec. 14th 2nd hour in main gym. Order forms available next week at senior exits & Activities.

  • December 6Spring Musical, the Addams Family, auditions & informational workshop on Mon, Dec.12th in the choir room from 3:30-4pm.

  • December 6The Boys Bowling team will have its preseason meeting on Monday Oct. 23 at 3:30 p.m. in room 41.

  • December 6Freshman, join your Link Leaders' “Cocoa & Cram” sessions on Thurs. & next Tues. Meet outside of rm 100.

  • December 6Join Mickey Mouse Club before school thru Wednesday in rm. 221 to watch Lilo and Stitch.

  • December 6NCHS Show Choir Audition Workshops will be Friday, Dec. 16th 3:30-6pm and Monday, Dec. 19th 3:30-5pm in the Choir Room.

  • December 5Holiday Spirit Week – 12th-16th, Mon: Pj Day, Tues: White Out, Wed: Tacky Sweater Day, Thurs: Scarf & Socks, Fri: Candy Cane Day

  • December 5Holiday Toy Drive ends Dec. 13th. Drop off new toys valued at $10 - $20 in Activities, Main Office, or the Leaning Commons.

  • August 31Join the Central Times club meetings on Tuesday mornings at 7:15 in room 218

Central football jersey provider switches from Nike to Under Armour

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(left to right) Seniors AJ Deinhart, Tommy Coyne, Braden Lindmark and Mike
Oliver show off their new jerseys at the Sept. 8 home game v. Metea Valley. Central won 55-7.

(left to right) Seniors AJ Deinhart, Tommy Coyne, Braden Lindmark and Mike Oliver show off their new jerseys at the Sept. 8 home game v. Metea Valley. Central won 55-7.

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(left to right) Seniors AJ Deinhart, Tommy Coyne, Braden Lindmark and Mike Oliver show off their new jerseys at the Sept. 8 home game v. Metea Valley. Central won 55-7.

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Central’s football team recently purchased new jerseys from Under Armour for the 2017 season.

Before the 2017 season, Central’s football team purchased jerseys from Nike.

There was a rumor circulating through the student body that Nike stopped sponsoring the football team due to the team’s poor performance last season.

However, this rumor is incorrect, since the football team raises money to purchase new jerseys.

“The team was due for new jerseys and Under Armour was a better deal and was more economically sound,” Athletic Director Andy Lutzenkirchen said.

Central’s football team raises money to replace old jerseys every two or three years. Senior and varsity football player Joel Deutsch believes that while purchasing the jerseys was a good decision, the sizing was not accurate.

“I think the new jerseys look spectacular on the field,” Deutsch said. “Personally, wearing them at school on Fridays is very difficult because they are very tight.”

There has been a similar response from the rest of the team, according to Deutsch.

“Our team thinks they look awesome and appreciates the resources put into them,” Deutsch said.

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