CHS Weekly Announcements
For the Week of March 8, 2021
Congratulations to the Girls Basketball Team - District Champs!
Girls Soccer Team needs more players
Please contact Coach Mattson if you are interested at email@example.com
Scholar Bowl Update
So, there they were, on the final night of competition in the MRVC Conference Scholar Bowl regular season. On the eve of the Conference tournament with seeding at stake. Your Yellowjacket Academic Team had a challenging night ahead – 3 matches against some very good teams. It would bring them to the end of their conference season and usher in the conference tournament. This was their first season in the MRVC, and up until tonight, they had not been beaten in conference play.
Now, they have had SEVERAL very close games. In fact, 4 of their 12 matches had come down to the final two or the final question of the match. Several matches could have gone either way for this Yellowjacket team. But they were persistent and relentless all year!
So tonight, they knew they had to be at their best and sharpest to defeat these final 3 teams and finish with a perfect record. Well, you know their names, and you already know the outcome because you have been following this team all year!
We won all three matches with scores of 440-120, 410-170, and 400-70!
Yes ladies and gentlemen, your Yellowjackets came ready to play! And Play they did - - - they have officially ended the regular season of the MRVC Conference matches with a perfect 12-0 Record!!!!!!
Tomorrow, Thursday March 4 the team should be back at almost full strength (minus Alex, maybe!?!) to begin their “march” thru the conference tournament. Yes, March Madness begins tomorrow in the MRVC Scholar Bowl Competition with your Yellowjackets as the #1 Seed!
The pressure is on. We have had such a great run thru the regular season we are hoping to be able to finish strong in the tournament against some VERY GOOD teams who definitely want a rematch. Stay tuned and to find out how the conference season ends up.
Quick summary for the year:
MRVC Regular Season – 12 wins, 0 losses
Overall Record: 14 wins, 3 losses
4th place finish at Maple Woods Scholar Bowl (14 teams entered)
MRVC Conference Tournament – TBD
District Championship - TBD
Submitted by Mr. Phillips, Sponsor
Project Grad Meeting 3/11/21 at 6PM
Please join us for the next project grad meeting via Zoom.
Topic: Class of 2021 Project Grad parent meeting
Time: Mar 11, 2021 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 890 2211 7161
Mobile Food Pantry this Friday (3/12/21)
Friday Center Community Mobile Pantry
The Center Education Foundation, in partnership with Harvesters and the Center School District is hosting a mobile food pantry. Once a month Harvesters will bring a semi-truck trailer full of fresh produce to the Center School District’s Warehouse at 8701 Holmes Rd, Kansas City, MO 64131. There is no cost, and the pantry is available for all in need.
Time and Dates: Every second Friday, vehicles may start lining up at 11:30 a.m.
Friday, March 12
Friday, April 9
Friday, May 14
Location: The Center School District’s Warehouse 8701 Holmes Rd, Kansas City, MO 64131
Enter through the Center School District Central Office at 8701 Holmes Rd. Proceed slowly through the bus parking lot.
February’s student recognition theme: RESPECT
February’s student recognition theme is RESPECT. Here are the submissions:
Dawon Irvin “Being an active participant in advisory class and proactively reaching out to me when he was going to be late due to a technology issue.” (Mrs. Gibson)
Richard Cunningham “Student demonstrates respect by always coming to advisory and asking me how I'm doing. Richard always has a really good attitude.” (Ms. Wolfe)
Sofia Trout “Being unbothered by speaking to the teacher and making them feel important still.” (abanks40233)
Tradon Stricklen “Tradon showed perseverance by changing his failing grades to passing grades. I was very impressed with his determination.” (Ms. Brede)
Jadan Smith “Jadan is always present in advisory and shows respect (February) by being polite to me and her peers.” (Ms. McArtor)
Sophia Trout “She is always the first to help someone, and she is the most respectful person I know. She is sweet, kind, and intelligent. I’d anyone deserves to be recognized, it’s her.” (bbridge38167)
K'On Silverman “K'On demonstrates Respect by always doing the right thing. He is always looking for ways to help teachers. He is very kind and well mannered.” (Ms. Scribner)
Kisa Robinson “She is always respectful during advisory.” (Ms. Gyswyt)
Kaitlin Lewis “Kat is always kind to others, participates willingly, and is helpful to others. They email me just to ask how I am doing and to check on their teachers, and they are always striving to show compassion for others.” (Ms. Hobbs)
Montez Willis “Montez is very respectful in advisory. I appreciate him always coming to class with a positive attitude and asking great questions.” (Ms. Decker)
Alex Hillard “Continually being in class and working with any student when asked to do so.” (Mr. Nichols)
Jasmine Cage “Jasmine is a great example of respect, hard work, and selflessness. She is also willing to engage in conversation, strive to help those around her, and pursue her goals in ways that inspire those around her.” (Ms. Rand)
Ellie Peoples “She demonstrates selflessness by being there for her friends and peers when they need to talk to someone.” (scaldwel11558)
Ashlin Towns “Ashlin demonstrates respect daily. She is polite and helpful to fellow classmates as well as teachers and staff.” (Ms. Mayes)
Amani Wishom-Mason “Amani has been amazing addition to my advisory! For being so virtual and NEW to Center, she has just been amazing. She always helps in Advisory to ask great questions and to help answer questions of fellow advisory students.” (Ms. Giangrosso)
Evan Dean “He always tries to think of others helping out his family with chores and doing things for his grandmother.” (Ms. Bates)
Ellie Peoples “She demonstrated selflessness by helping me out when I needed her.” (scaldwel11558)
Ahmed Benyusuf “Helps his dad out a lot at his car dealership while still staying on top of his schoolwork. He has attended class meetings from an office at his dad's office several times and never complained about it once because he wants to be helpful to his dad! “ (Mr. Chambers)
Marisa Quarles “Speaking up while virtual, always showing up, communicating like an adult!” (Ms. Porter)