Mustangs News Briefs


Emily Merz

CHHS drama students McKayla Beckmann, from left, Joseph Griffin and Christina White rehearse lines from the play “Suite Surrender.” The play, a farce set in the 1940s, will be performed Dec. 7-9.

Ana Le, Staff Writer

14 students elected
to Homecoming Court

After voting took place on Sept. 20, Center Hill High School’s Homecoming maids were announced Sept. 25.
Freshman maids are Abby Le and Annissa Veyo. Sophomore maids are Maggie Lunz, MaKenzie Sandridge and Kaitlyn Wilty. Junior maids are Emma Freeze, Josie House, Mia TenEyck and Lydia Walker. Senior maids are Tanika Kounhavong, Caley Paulino, Abigail Penfield, Nuriel Perkins and Holland Watson.
The Homecoming Queen will be crowned at the football game Oct. 12.

Here’s what to know
for Homecoming Week

After the Columbus Day holiday on Oct. 8, Center Hill High School is gearing up for Spirit Week starting Oct. 9.
Tuesday is Tourist Day. Students are encouraged to wear your best tourist attire.
Wednesday is Out of This World Day, so dig out your best outer space gear.
Thursday is Decades Day. Dress up as your favorite throwback, but take note of which decade is assigned to your class. Freshmen will be the ’50s, sophomores will be the ’70s, juniors will be the ’90s and seniors will be the ’80s.
Friday is Spirit Day. Show pride in your school with your Mustang apparel, and be prepared for the Homecoming parade at 2 p.m. Oct. 12.
Kickoff for the Homecoming game against Lewisburg will be at 7 p.m.

$65 yearbook pre-orders
available through Oct. 14

Students who pre-order a yearbook before Oct. 14 have a chance to be featured on the cover of the 2018-2019 yearbook, The Mustang.
You can order a yearbook via the school website, or pay check or cash at school. The cost is $65, and you can drop off your payment in a sealed envelope outside of B1 in the orange payment box. The cost will increase to $70 on Oct. 15.
See Roben Nobles if you have any questions or need to set up a payment plan.

Sophomores, juniors
to take PSAT Oct. 10

The registration deadline for the upcoming PSAT, or Preliminary SAT, was Sept. 28.
If registered, don’t hinder your chances of becoming a National Merit Finalist and start hitting the books today. Ask PSAT teachers Judy Terry, Michelle Jones or Meredith Smith if you have any questions.
A pre-ID session for the PSAT will be Oct. 5. Sophomores and juniors who are registered will take the test Oct. 10.

Field trip planned
for Gifted/AP English

Be sure to turn in your forms to Cynthia Stanley by Oct. 5 to attend a showing of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” on Oct. 30.
The cost is $11, but make sure to bring money for lunch afterward.

Fittings scheduled
for senior caps, gowns

Fittings for senior caps and gowns will be Oct. 17.
Times are 12 p.m. in the PAC and 1:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.

CHHS drama students
to stage ‘Suite Surrender’

The Center Hill Drama Department is putting on a production of “Suite Surrender” Dec. 7-9.
Mark your calendar and be sure to attend this farce set in the 1940s.

Make-up yearbook
pictures set for Oct. 4

If you missed picture day on Sept. 25, make-up school pictures will be Oct. 4 at 8:30 a.m., located in the PAC.

Are you ready
for the next ACT?

If you have already registered for the ACT to be given Oct. 27, be sure to give it all you got and swing by the Center Hill Library to pick up an ACT practice book for your next study session.
Other upcoming testing dates are Dec. 8 and Feb. 9.