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Center ISD Transfers


Center is now accepting transfers for the 2016-2017 school year.

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Center FFA Forestry


 
 
 
From Left to Right: Kobe Whisenant, Konner Windham, Nate Morris, Andres
Leon, Lanie Truitt, Kaden LaRock, Dalton Alexander, Zack Fausett
 
Yesterday the Center FFA Forestry team competed against 55 other FFA
Chapters from across Texas at the Texas State Woodland/Forestry Clinic. From
these 55 teams 203 FFA members set out to be the best at what they do!
 
Center FFA Team Members Andres Leon, Konner Windham, Dalton Alexander, and
Nate Morris placed 10th out of the 55 teams and individual results are as
follows:
Out of 203 students:
Andres Leon- 18th
Konner Windham- 26th
Dalton Alexander- 38th
Nate Morris- 93rd
 
To be TOP 10 in the state out of OVER 1,500 FFA CHAPTERS is a great
accomplishment! FFA Contests aren't broken down into 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, and 5A
contests. We go in and everyone competes against each other no matter the
size of the school! This makes FFA unique and REALLY challenging at times!
Our Center FFA members are awesome!! GO RIDERS!!
 
Center FFA Team #2: Lanie Truitt, Zack Fausett, Kobe Whisenant, and Kaden
LaRock placed 18th out of the 55 teams present!!
 
Overall, it was a GREAT day! Of course, these hard working kiddos went to
WIN, but most importantly, they gained some awesome knowledge and did an
amazing job! If you see these kiddos, congratulate them on working so hard
through the rain and mud to be so successful!

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*Center Elementary School Blood Drive*


*Center Elementary School Blood Drive*
April 27, 2016
10:30 - 3:30
In front of CES
 
Anyone donating can select a CES student to designate as a Junior Leader.
Those students will receive a Junior Leader award and a chance for their
class to have a pizza party.

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Center Baseball T-Shirts


 

 

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This Week In Center


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Center Sports Update


Center Tennis:
Congratulations, girls tennis doubles!
Malory Nehring and Allison Langford are state qualifiers.
The pair will compete in the state tournament at College Station May 16-17.
 
Center Track: 
HS AREA TRACK MEET SCHEDULE CHANGE:
The meet will be held @ Carthage High School, Friday, 4/22/16.
Field events will begin at 9:30 a.m. with running events to begin @ 1:30
p.m. Meet will conclude at about 3:30.
 

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Riders of The Week April 8-22


 

 

 

 

 

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Center Middle School Year books


Center Middle School yearbook #cmsridernation2016 is being published and
should be delivered by end of school year.  A few extras were ordered, so
make sure your CMS student will have this hardback, 96 page book to
treasure for years to come!  Books cost $30.  Please see Mrs. Mahan in the
front office, or Yearbook sponsor, Gladys Andrews.  â€‹
 

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This Week In Center


Center High School
Monday
• V UIL Tennis Regionals (Bryan, TX)
Tuesday
• V UIL Tennis Regionals (Bryan, TX)
• 4:30 – JV/V Softball v Rusk – Senior Night – (Home)
• 4:30 – JV/V Baseball v Henderson (Away)
Wednesday
• Track and Field – Area Meet (Tatum)
Thursday
• Health Science Museum Trip
• 6:30 – Theater presents “Home Fires”
Friday
• CT Fair
• Academic UIL Regionals (Huntsville)
• PDAS Section 2 & 3 due
• JV/V Baseball v Carthage – Senior Night – (Home)
Saturday
• 6:00 – Dinner Theater, play starts at 7:00
Center Middle School
Tuesday
• 3:30 – Math PLC
Wednesday
• 3:30 – ELAR, Science, social studies PLC
Thursday
• Science/Social Studies Tutorial Meeting
Center Intermediate School
Center Elementary School
Thursday
• 3rd Grade Field Trip
F. L. Moffett Primary School
Tuesday
• 3:45 - CEIC Meeting
Thursday
• PreK-3 Splash Pad

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A Parent Seminar


 

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*CHS Boys and Girls Track - District Meet Results*


*CHS Boys and Girls Track - District Meet Results*
 
The Girls and Boys competed at the District meet in Carthage the past two
days with several athletes advancing to the Area meet next week.
The Girls finished 4th in the Varsity division with 90 pts.
Advancing to Area:
400 Relay:  Mekayla Cartwright, Bre Hightower, Malaisha Cartwright, Lamya
Lister
800 Relay:  Mekayla Cartwright, Anijah Harper, Bre Hightower, Malaisha
Cartwright
1600 Relay:  Milly Medina, Bre Hightower, Anijah Harper, Marlen Angel
3200 run:  Cheyenne Byrnes
800 run:  Milly Medina
100 and Long Jump:  Malaisha Cartwright
Triple Jump:  Bre Hightower
 
The JV Girls won the JV District Championship with 131 pts.  The team
consists of Rosalba Valdez, Sandra Olalde, Monica Olalde, Shanyah Williams,
Kailan Randle, Ashley Fulbright, Esther Mergerson, Nykevia Jones and
Jacqueline Alejaldre.
 
The Varsity Boys finished 4th with 73 pts and the JV boys were 5th with 54
pts.
Advancing to Area:
Long Jump and High Jump:  DaCorey McGee
Shot Put:  LaMarcus Goodwin
400 and 800 Relays:  McKade Perry, Adrian Perry, Kevin Dones, DaCorey McGee
 
*Boys Golf Regional Tournament Results*
 
The Center Roughrider Boys Golf team finished 4th at the Region 3 4-A Golf
Tournament at Ravens Nest in Huntsville, TX. The Team consist of Beau
Byrnes (T-6), Austin Craig (T-11), Rex Kirkley (T-27), Zack Ritter (T-51)
and Blane Agnew (68). Even though we missed on a State Tournament birth by
7 shots, the 4th place finish is the highest at a Regional Tournament by
our Boys Golf Team since 2002.
 
The following is a link to the Golf Tournament Leaderboard - Team and
Individual
 
http://www.beltwayjgt.com/TournamentScoring/Scoreboard.aspx?TID=4721

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Center Sports Update


LaMarcus Goodwin and Tyrone Roland signed a letter of intent to Blinn
College to play football for the 2016-2017 school year.

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Center FFA Vet Team


 
 
From Left to Right: Michel Robledo, Luis Sequera, and Zoie Ebernez
 
 
On April 13th, the Center FFA Vet Med team traveled to
Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas to compete in the
Pineywoods District and Area IX Veterinary Technician contest. The
team placed 1st in District and 12th in the Area, with Luis Sequera
leading the team and placing 10th high point individual in the whole
AREA!!!!
 
To prepare for the contest the students have be able to identify 100
veterinary tools/instruments, 150 animal breeds and 40
organs/parasites. At the contest, in addition to the identification,
the students take a knowledge exam and have a hands on practicum which
can be anything from preparing a syringe, restraining an animal,
preparing a patient chart or calculating medicine doses.
 
Congratulations to:
Michel Robeldo
Luis Sequera (10th place!)
Zoie Ebernez

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Center T-Shirts


Shirt orders are due Friday, April 15.  They are $15 each.  Please submit the attached form to the Athletic Office or to Coach McMichael with your payment.

 

 

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Riders of The Week April 11-15


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Deadline Approaching for Disaster Unemployment Assistance


Deadline Approaching for Disaster Unemployment Assistance
Nine Texas counties affected by March storms has upcoming deadline
AUSTIN – The Texas Workforce Commission reminds individuals impacted by the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that began March 7 has an upcoming deadline to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) under Presidential Disaster Declaration (FEMA-4266-DR). The following counties are under these deadlines:
•        11:59 p.m. CDT Wednesday, April 20 for Jasper, Newton and Orange counties
•        11:59 p.m. CDT Wednesday, April 27 for Erath, Gregg, Harrison, Hood, Marion and Parker counties
Impacted workers and self-employed individuals affected by the March storms in these counties can apply for benefits online at Unemployment Benefit Services or by calling a TWC Tele-Center Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 800-939-6631. Individuals should specify that their applications are related to the damage caused by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding.
Storm victims can also visit any Workforce Solutions office to apply for DUA. Applications for DUA filed after the April deadlines will be considered untimely, unless the individual provides good cause for applying late.
DUA, which is unemployment insurance benefits made available especially for victims of disaster, is available to individuals who: 
•        Have applied for and used all regular unemployment benefits from any state, or do not qualify for unemployment benefits
•        Worked or were self-employed or were scheduled to begin work or self-employment in the disaster area
•        Can no longer work or perform services because of physical damage or destruction to the place of employment as a direct result of the disaster
•        Establish that the work or self-employment they can no longer perform was their primary source of income
•        Cannot perform work or self-employment because of an injury as a direct result of the disaster
•        Became the breadwinner or major support of a household because of the death of the head of household
To receive DUA benefits, all required documentation must be submitted within 21 days from the day the DUA application is filed. Required documentation includes Social Security number, a copy of the most recent federal income tax form or check stubs, or documentation to support that you were working or self-employed when the disaster occurred.
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Applicants must mail in or fax all required documentation within 21 days from the date of the DUA application. Send mailed documentation to: Texas Workforce Commission, UI Support Services Department, Attn: DUA, 101 E. 15th St., Room 354, Austin, TX, 78778-0001, or fax it to (512) 936-3250.
Job seekers may visit Texas workforce centers for access to job-search resources, job postings and training programs, as well as assistance with exploring career options, résumé and application preparation, career development, and more. Customers also may connect with potential employers through TWC’s online job-search engine, by visiting WorkinTexas.com.
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The Texas Workforce Commission is a state agency dedicated to helping Texas employers, workers and communities prosper economically. For details on TWC and the services it offers in coordination with its network of local workforce development boards, call 512-463-8942 or visit www.texasworkforce.org. To receive notifications about TWC programs and services subscribe to our email updates.

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Deadline Approaching for Disaster Unemployment Assistance


Deadline Approaching for Disaster Unemployment Assistance
Nine Texas counties affected by March storms has upcoming deadline
AUSTIN – The Texas Workforce Commission reminds individuals impacted by the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that began March 7 has an upcoming deadline to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) under Presidential Disaster Declaration (FEMA-4266-DR). The following counties are under these deadlines:
•        11:59 p.m. CDT Wednesday, April 20 for Jasper, Newton and Orange counties
•        11:59 p.m. CDT Wednesday, April 27 for Erath, Gregg, Harrison, Hood, Marion and Parker counties
Impacted workers and self-employed individuals affected by the March storms in these counties can apply for benefits online at Unemployment Benefit Services or by calling a TWC Tele-Center Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 800-939-6631. Individuals should specify that their applications are related to the damage caused by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding.
Storm victims can also visit any Workforce Solutions office to apply for DUA. Applications for DUA filed after the April deadlines will be considered untimely, unless the individual provides good cause for applying late.
DUA, which is unemployment insurance benefits made available especially for victims of disaster, is available to individuals who: 
•        Have applied for and used all regular unemployment benefits from any state, or do not qualify for unemployment benefits
•        Worked or were self-employed or were scheduled to begin work or self-employment in the disaster area
•        Can no longer work or perform services because of physical damage or destruction to the place of employment as a direct result of the disaster
•        Establish that the work or self-employment they can no longer perform was their primary source of income
•        Cannot perform work or self-employment because of an injury as a direct result of the disaster
•        Became the breadwinner or major support of a household because of the death of the head of household
To receive DUA benefits, all required documentation must be submitted within 21 days from the day the DUA application is filed. Required documentation includes Social Security number, a copy of the most recent federal income tax form or check stubs, or documentation to support that you were working or self-employed when the disaster occurred.
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Applicants must mail in or fax all required documentation within 21 days from the date of the DUA application. Send mailed documentation to: Texas Workforce Commission, UI Support Services Department, Attn: DUA, 101 E. 15th St., Room 354, Austin, TX, 78778-0001, or fax it to (512) 936-3250.
Job seekers may visit Texas workforce centers for access to job-search resources, job postings and training programs, as well as assistance with exploring career options, résumé and application preparation, career development, and more. Customers also may connect with potential employers through TWC’s online job-search engine, by visiting WorkinTexas.com.
###dhp
The Texas Workforce Commission is a state agency dedicated to helping Texas employers, workers and communities prosper economically. For details on TWC and the services it offers in coordination with its network of local workforce development boards, call 512-463-8942 or visit www.texasworkforce.org. To receive notifications about TWC programs and services subscribe to our email updates.

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*Comedy hypnotist to appear at Panola College*


 
 
 
 
Panola College will present a comedy hypnotist, Ron Miller, in performance
from 6-8 p.m., Tuesday, April 19 in the Arthur Johnson Gymnasium.
 
 
 
Miller weaves his hypnotic spellbinding performance into a hilarious
interactive event using volunteers from the audience. His fast-paced show
has delighted people all across the South since 1998. He performs at
corporate and organizational events, as well as for schools, colleges, and
churches. Appropriate for all age groups, Miller’s hypnotic skills have
participants sleeping one second and dancing the next.
 
 
 
“We’ve seen Ron Miller perform, and we knew his show would be a hit at
Panola College,” said Paul Sabbatini, Student Activities Director and
Academic Advisor. “His shows are fun for participants and the audience
alike, and he always keeps things clean and family-oriented.”
 
 
 
A former broadcast professional, Miller has been featured on television as
well as the stage. He is also a certified firefighter and paramedic. His
website is http://dallasstagehypnotist.com. The show is sponsored by the
Panola College Student Activities Department and is free to students and
the public.
 

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Center Baseball Results


CHS Roughriders outlasted Rusk HS on Tuesday after six lead changes, squeaking out a 4-3 win at Center HS.
 
The Riders finally managed to grab the lead after a strong tenth inning. Scored Jesse Burns and gave CHS Roughriders the lead for good.
 
Clay Snider got the win in relief for the Roughriders. Snider pitched four innings and allowed one run.
 
The top of the third saw Rusk HS take an early lead, 1-0. Rusk HS' threat began with a single by Acker. A groundout by Gayle then moved Acker from first to second.
 
It didn't take long for CHS Roughriders to respond as it scored one run of its own in the third. CHS Roughriders scored on a passed ball.
 
Rusk HS got one-run rallies in the fourth inning and the tenth. In the fourth, Rusk HS scored on an error, scoring Woodlee.

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This Week In Center


Center Elementary School is hosting a book fair in the CES library from
8:30 - 2:00 every day the week of April 11-15.
 
The annual CHS Senior BBQ will be on Friday, April 15 in the NAPA parking
lot.  Plates are available from 10:20 - 12. Meals are $7 and include a BBQ
sandwich, chips, water and a cookie.

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Center Tennis Results


The Center JV and Varsity Tennis Teams came away with the overall District
Titles this past Friday.  All 1st and 2nd place Varsity finishers will
advance to the Region Tournament April 18-19 @ Bryan HS.  The results are
as follows:
 
Girls V Doubles
1st - Malory Nehring / Allison Langford (Center)
2nd - Emma Locke / Iliana Rojas (Center)
3rd - Carthage
 
Girls V Singles
1st - Zoie Eberenz (Center)
2nd - Mackenzie Dykes (Center)
3rd - Carthage
 
Boys V Singles
1st - Adam Morris (Henderson)
2nd / 3rd playback Nate Morris (Center) vs Keaton Watlington (Center)
 
Boys V Doubles
1st - Tony Garcia / Mauricio Solis (Center)
2nd - Kobe Whisenant / Abram Morales (Center)
3rd - Rusk
 
Mixed V Doubles
1st - Whitlee Reed / Zack Fausett (Center)
2nd - Megan Dunn / Dustin Bennett (Center)
3rd - Henderson
 
JV Boys singles
1st - Jose Landin (Center)
2nd - Juan Gonzalez (Center)
3rd - Sam McSwain (Center)
 
JV Girls Doubles
1st - Maddie Russell / Katie Nehring (Center)
2nd - Rusk
3rd - Rusk
 
JV Girls Singles
1st - Henderson
2nd - Cassidy Sanford (Center)
3rd - Henderson
4th - Scarlett Shires (Center)

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Center UIL


The UIL Academic District tournament was held in Rusk on Tuesday, April 5th.
 
In Accounting, Stephanie Presa placed sixth.
 
In Computer Applications, Brianna Cox is the district champion and Hugo
Carrasco placed sixth.
 
In Computer Science, Hugo Carrasco placed fourth and qualified as the
Regional alternate.
 
In Headline Writing, Brian Mendoza placed fifth.
 
In Literary Criticism, Deja Goodwin won second and Destiny McKinney was
third. They both qualified for Regionals.
 
The Literary Criticism team of Goodwin, McKinney, Chloe Gipson, and Fabiola
Landin won the District Team Championship and also qualified for the
Regional tournament.
 
In Mathematics, Zoey Stuever took the gold and qualified for Regionals and
Zack Ritter took fourth and qualified as the Regional Alternate.
 
The Mathematics Team of Stuever, Ritter, Eugene Nunez and Matt Midkiff won
the District Team Championship and also qualified for the Regional
tournament.
 
 In Number Sense, Zoey Stuever qualified for Regionals with her third place
finish and Matt Midkiff finished sixth.
 
In News Writing, Brian Mendoza finished fifth.
 
In Prose Interpretation, Chloe Gipson qualified for Regionals, finishing
third.
 
In Poetry, Julie Garcia placed third and qualified for Regionals.
 
In Ready Writing, Mallory Nehring qualified for Regionals placing third and
Destiny McKinney finished fourth and qualified as the Regional alternate.
 
In Social Studies, Jaime Cervantes placed fourth.
 
The Science Team of Michael Stanford, Jessica Hale, Pablo Valdez, Rylee
Morris, Karen Salazar and Zoey Stuever won the District Team Championship
and qualified for Regionals.
 
Michael Stanford finished second, Jessica Hale finished fourth, Pablo
Valdez finished 5th individually.
 
Michael Stanford won the top Physics gold.
 
The Regional Qualifiers will be traveling to Sam Houston State University
on Friday, April 22nd.
 

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Center MVP


 
 
 
 
The Texas Association of Basketball Coaches has named Octavius Evans of Center High School to the TABC All-Region Team.  Evans was also named the Most Valuable player of the All-County Boys Basketball Team.
 

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Center FFA Forestry


The Center FFA Forestry Teams competed in a multi-district
Forestry Contest at the Attoyac Farms in Chireno, TX. Competing were 26
teams from 5 Districts.
 
ADVANCING TO STATE were:
Center FFA Team 1:
Andres Leon
Konner Windham
Nate Morris
Lanie Truitt
 
This team was 1st in District AND 3rd Overall (out of 25) in all 5
Districts (only being beat by Central Heights).
 
ADVANCING TO AREA were:
Center FFA Team 2:
Dalton Alexander
Zack Fausett
Kobe Whisenant
Kaden LaRock
 
This team was 2nd in District AND 5th Overall (out of 25) in all 5
Districts.

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Center Talent Show Tryouts


This is Joann Bush, Founder and CEO of The Jon, Macy &
Misty Bush Foundations. We have had such a great
response from the Shelby County Schools for our Talent
Show. Because of all the applications we have received,
we will have to hold the auditions at different times
according to age. The auditions will be Saturday April 9
at the Middle School Auditorium. The times will be as
follows.
Ages 9 thru 13 will be from 10:00am to L2:00pm
Ages 5 thru 8 will be from 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Ages 14 thru 18 will be 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Thank you for your great response and good luck to all the
children.
 

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Advanced Players presentation of Jack Heifner's *Homes Fires *


The Center High School Theatre Department invites you to see the Advanced
Players presentation of Jack Heifner's *Homes Fires *on Thursday April 21
and Saturday April 23 on the CHS Stage.
 
*Home Fires *is the story of an East Texas family during World War II who
try to make ends meet with their boarding house.  Their boarders are mostly
women, trying to keep the "home fires burning" while the men are away at
war.  The house full of extended family shares laughs, love and heart ache.
 
The author Jack Heifner is a Tony Award winning writer whose *Vanities *is
still the longest running off-Broadway play in history.  The New York
playwright has Texas roots and spends one semester every other year as
playwright-in-residence at Stephen F Austin's school of theatre.  In
fact, *Home
Fires *had its debut performance at SFA ten years ago.
 
The play is set in the living room of the boarding house, and to take
viewers "inside the house," the audience will sit on stage, close to the
action.  In this arrangement, the venue will hold 60 people.
 
The Thursday show will begin at 6:30 with box office opening at 5:45.
Admission is $5 for all guests.
 
The Saturday show is a dinner theatre performance with an old fashioned
southern dinner served at 6:00 to 6:30 with the cast serving the tables.
The show will begin after dinner at 7:00.  Admission for Saturday is $10
for dinner and the play.  Sixty diners will be seated and served.  For
reservations, send e-mails to christopher.watlington@centerisd.org or text
936-332-3255.  Tickets will be sold at the door but again, only the first
60 diners will be seated.
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Riders of The Week April 4-8


 

 

 

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Center Sports Update


CENTER ROUGHRIDERS
will host the
District 19-4A Tennis Tournament
Friday, 4/8/2016
Competition begins @ 8:30 A.M.
VARSITY play @ Center H. S. Courts
JV play @ Center M. S. Courts

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The Artisan


*The Artisan *is CISD's literary magazine, which is published once per
semester.  The magazine includes work from every campus in many catagories:
poetry, short stories, essays, paintings, drawings, photography, graphic
designs etc.
 
Submissions for the Spring 2016 edition are *due at noon on FRIDAY, April
29th* to Sydney Brookshire at Center High School.  All submissions must be
turned in electronically - via email or Google Drive. However, no
submissions will be published without the attached PDF permission slip,
which can be scanned and sent through email OR sent through campus mail
(attn: Sydney Brookshire).
 
All content areas are encouraged to submit.
 
2D/3D artwork can be submitted in-person.  Please contact
sydney.brookshire@centerisd.org with any questions.
 
Submission Forum:
 
 
 
 
 

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Center Prom Pictures


To view or purchase photos from Center High School's prom, please visit:
chs.instaproofs.com
 
Click: "Prom 2016"
Password: It's Lit
 
All proceeds benefit CHS student publications: The Lariat (newspaper), The
Roughrider (yearbook), and The Artisan (district magazine).
 

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Center Soccer Update


The Roughrider​
boys soccer team overcame Splendora with a 3 - 1 victory, in the Regional
Quarter-finals, Tuesday, 4/5/2016 at Crockett High School.
 
The team will now advance to the Regional Semi-finals Tournament at College
Station on April 8 - 9.
​
The first game will be Thursday, April 8 at 11:00 a.m. at
*A&M Consolidated High School​, *2118 Welsh
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College Station, TX 77840

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This Week In Center


Center High School
 
Tuesday
• UIL District Meet (Rusk)
• 4:30 – JV/V Softball v Tatum (Away)
• 4:30 – JV/V Baseball v Carthage (Away)
• 6:00 – FFA Meeting
Wednesday
• FFA Community Service – nursing home visit after school
Thursday
• Track & Field – BullDawg Relays (Garrison HS)
• JV Softball Carthage Tournament
• Special Olympics Track and Field Practice
Friday
• JV Softball Carthage Tournament
• JV/V UIL District Tennis Tournament – continues on April 11 (Home)
• 4:30 - JV/V – Softball v Henderson (Home)
Saturday
• 7:00 - ACT Testing
• 12:00 - V Baseball v Woden
Center Middle School
Monday
• 8th Grade Incentive
Tuesday
• District Track Meet
• Math PLC
Wednesday
• 3:45 – Mtg to discuss Science/Social Studies Tutorials
• ELAR PLC
Thursday
• 7th Grade Incentive
• Science Vertical Alignment Meeting
Friday
• Beta Spring Dance (CHS)
Center Intermediate School
Center Elementary School
F. L. Moffett Primary School
Friday
• Three Piggy Opera – Huss/Fults

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*Center Roughriders Golf Team Advances to the Regional Golf Tournament*


 
 
 
 
 
*Boys* - The team of Beau Byrnes, Austin Craig, Rex Kirkley, Zack Ritter,
and Blane Agnew are advancing to Regionals after placing 2nd as a team at
the 19-4A District Golf Tournament. The boys started the day 3 shots out of
second behind the Rusk Eagles. With final round scores of 77 (Beau Byrnes),
80 (Austin Craig), 85 (Rex Kirkley), and 88 (Zack Ritter), the boys caught
and passed Rusk for 2nd Place.
 
 
1st Place - Carthage 311 (Day 1) - 297 (Day 2) 608 (Total)
2nd Place - Center 336 (Day 1) - 330 (Day 2) 666 (Total)
3rd Place - Rusk 333 (Day 1) - 343 (Day 2) 676 (Total)
 
Only the top 2 Teams from the district advance to Regionals.
 
Beau Byrnes placed third in the overall tournament.
 
 
 
 
*Girls* - Starting the day 2 shots out of 2nd place Madison Agnew with a
final round of 97 to tie for 2nd Place overall in the district tournament
to advance to Regionals. Madison won 2nd place outright with a 1 hole
play-off.
 
 
 
1st Place - Gracie Baker (Carthage)
2nd Place - Madison Agnew (Center)
3rd Place - Lily Raiborn (Rusk)
 
Only the top 2 Medalists advance to Regionals.
 

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Center ISD is now accepting transfers in grades K-12


Center ISD is now accepting transfers in grades K-12 for the 2016-2017 school year.  
 
Forms may be obtained from the Center ISD Administrative Office at 107 PR 605, or visiting the school’s website at www.centerisd.org or calling 598-5642 and the forms can be mailed out to you.
 
The deadline for forms and fees is Monday, August 1, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.
 

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