New math teacher glad to work at Central

Hayley Raney, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017

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Surprisingly, not all math teachers have been in love with since an early age. It took Sam Butler to hate his history major to know he was destined to be a math teacher. A new faculty member, Sam Butler is a math teacher from...

Performing arts leaders

Seh Na Mellick, Staff Writer

October 9, 2017

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Ayla Gasca and Noelle Buller are musicians and leaders in the Central High Performing Arts Department. Unlike many high school students who struggle to find a hobby that they are dedicated to, Buller and Gasca have developed a...

New Club Provides Opportunity for Aspiring Ukulele Players

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017

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Music occurs all throughout Central as classes are offered for choir, band, orchestra, and guitar. But there is a new music club that captures the attention of students who have a keen-interest in playing a certain type of string...

From elementary to high school, security guard forms relationships at work

KayLee Walling, staff writer

December 15, 2016

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Lily Gilliland Central alumni Orlando Clayton recently joined the school's security team in October after being a security guard at Oak Valley Elementary. Clayton has been working as a security officer at multiple schools in OPS and other areas for the past 24 years, and is happy...

A Talented DepARTment

Alec Rome, staff writer

October 6, 2016

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Lily Gilliland SENIOR OLIVIA LARSON Children have interesting ways in which they delve into art. Senior Olivia Larson’s interest in art started just a little differently than most. Her parents tell the notorious story of when s...

Librarian benefits from OPS additions, accepts Central position

Georgia Chambers, editor-in-chief

October 6, 2016

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There is a new face at Central, more specifically a new face to the second floor two side. Colleen Nieland is the new librarian now working alongside Beth Eilers.

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Adopted sophomore survives hardships, finds comfort

Anna Kaminski, executive editor

October 6, 2016

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Sophomore Carolyne Hanson is only 15, but she has had enough experience to last her a lifetime. She was born in Russia, but has lived in Omaha for the majority of her life. She has endured countless obstacles and hardships along...

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