Madrigal Dinner

December 15, 2011

by Adolfo Salinas On the tenth of December a special group of choir students known the Madrigal performed for a feasting crowd. The Madrigal is a choir group that performs Renaissance era songs, monologues, and skits. Du...

History of Kwanzaa

History of Kwanzaa

December 15, 2011

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

December 15, 2011

by Emanuel Martinez This is the 70 year anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is about the Japanese surprisingly attacking the American army and naval base on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. The att...

What’s Thanksgiving?

November 18, 2011

by Kiersten Reavis In September 1620, a small ship called the Mayflower left Plymouth, England, carrying 102 passengers—a variety of religious protesters looking for a new home where they could practice their faith freely ....

Open House

September 12, 2011

by Patricia Esparza Students’ biggest fear: parents talking to their teachers.  Joliet Central’s Open House will be held on Tuesday, September 13. The open house consists of parents going to their child’s classes and tak...

New Staff!

New Staff!

September 12, 2011

What’s Labor Day?

September 12, 2011

by Adolfo Salinas While Labor Day may seem like a lesser holiday to students who only see it as an excuse to get a day off from school, or the last chance for the more fashion oriented to wear white, Labor Day has a long and ...

Earth Day

May 3, 2011

by Eric cobb Earth Day: a day to spread awareness and to show appreciation for the Earth's natural environment.  Invented by Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson, Earth Day originally started in America on April 22, 1970.  Lat...

Spring Sports Assembly

May 3, 2011

The Spring Sports Assembly acknowledged all of the athletes at Joliet Central during the spring semester.  The sports that were celebrated at the assembly were: softball, baseball, badminton, track, girls soccer, volleyball,...

President’s Day

February 1, 2011

by Eric Cobb So as we all know February is right around the corner and, as far as Illinois is concerned, so are several important holidays that are enough to keep you out of school by keeping you in the mall.       ...

Hoopin’ For Hope

February 1, 2011

by McKenna Graham On Friday January 21st, our school held a celebration called “Hoopin for Hope,” which was similar to “Volley for a Cure” but instead of raising money for breast cancer, it raised money and awarenes...

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