Stephanie Street, Executive Director of the Clinton School, leads Chelsea in a Question and Answer session with youth from the Anthony School and girl scout troops. (photo by Emma Figarsky)
On May 6, Baker Kurrus officially became the new superintendent of what he called a “dysfunctional organization,” the Little Rock School District (LRSD).
by Ethan Dial/Executive Editor
“I came into an organization that was dysfunctional. It didn’t work very well; [there was] a lot of confusion from an organizational management standpoint,” Kurrus said.
Librarian Claudia Smith and Grace Hayes Bragdon, a former student at the Brinkley School, enjoy the “Old School: Remembering the Brinkley Academy" exhibit in the library and reminsice on the school's inspirational part in history.
by Alex Pickell/Staff Writer
Central concert choir and women's chorus performs at "Welcome Home Steinwey" concert Sunday afternoon under the direction of choir director Scott Whitfield accompanied by Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church director of music Jim Maase. (photo courtesy of Kadarius Butler)
Seniors Joseph Wright, Kess McSwain, Oliver Holt and Nathan Abraham share a laugh as they use colorful dialysis tubing to demonstrate diffusion and osmosis.
On September 21, Hillary Clinton visited Philander Smith College. The Democratic Presidential Candidate spoke to community members about plans for her potential presidency, the importance of young people’s votes, and her love for Arkansas. After speaking, she met with supporters, greeting fans, taking selfies, and shaking hands.
Journalism students break out the gold lame and show off their school spirit in preparation for game day. All senior should be in gold for every game and underclassmen should be in Central attire.
by Claire Thompson and Ethan Dial, Executive Editors
First steps to becoming a Tiger football fanatic
Congratulations to the following Orchestra students on making the All-Region Orchestras! Eric Meincke earned special recognition by making principal trumpet.
Noah Van Deventer
Making alternate were:
by Claire Thompson and Ethan Dial/Executive Editors
Hey! Guess what? We’ve survived over two weeks. That’s right, two whole weeks. As many of us went into the first day with motivation and determination, we lost both of these about 12:57, to enter the second day with only a pencil, a bag of gold fish and a phone charger in hand.
Have you experienced sleepiness, increased appetite, drowsiness, a never ending phase of grumpiness, loss of your ability to care, and a burning desire to watch Netflix 24/7? If you experience one or more of these symptoms then you might be experiencing early on-set senioritis. This is a nasty virus to kill but here’s some tips to help relieve the pain.
1. You’re not you when you’re hungry. Eat a Snickers!
No, seriously you might want to carry a party pack of twenty.
2. We’re not here to encourage skipping, but everyone needs a break sometimes.
Sonic happy hour is from 2-4. We get out at 3:50. And have you tried K-Hall’s lunch specials?
3. Due that day? Do that day.
Studies show that if you don’t get at least 10 hours of sleep a night then you WILL die sooner than the average person. How are you supposed to get these ten hours of sleep if you have homework? The solution is don’t do the homework.