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Graduation LiveStream Link
Graduation is at 7pm on Friday. Click here for the LiveStream: https://vimeo.com/event/3362287
JH Academic Super Bowl brings home ribbons
JH Academic Super Bowl team posts 3 top-10 performances Congratulations to the junior high Academic Super Bowl team, which had three statewide top 10 performances in Saturday’s (April 29) area competition at Lafayette Tecumseh. The Central Catholic Science team was state runner-up in Class 4, and the Social Studies and Interdisciplinary teams each […]
Political Cartoons Attract New Settlers
Mr. Cornelius’ 8th Grade U.S. History class created political cartoons to attract new settlers to the west. Gold in California, Oregon Trail, the fight for Texas, The Alamo, Louisiana Purchase and many more. The results were amazing!
7th graders visit CANDLES
Miss Stewart took 14 students from 7th Grade to the CANDLES Holocaust Museum & Education Center in Terre Haute this weekend.
Senior High Academic Super Bowl Results…
Congratulations to the following teams for their performance at the Academic Super Bowl Competition at Attica High School. Social Studies Placed 2nd. The Social Studies team was made up of sophomore Jackie Hall and Freshman Owen Seely. The Math Team placed 2nd. The Math Team was made up of sophomores Noah Martin, Cayden Myers, Ethan Stephens, […]
I wanted to share some images of what my Jr. High students have been doing. Over the past few weeks they have been very creative. . . My 8th graders just finished their chapter on the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy. Each student created a poster illustrating each Work of Mercy. Since our Service Hours […]
Yesterday, Mr. Cornelius’ History of Rock N Roll class got the opportunity to talk to Leon today. He is famous for his portrayal of Little Richard and David Ruffin of The Temptations. He talked about the cultural impact artists of the 50’s and 60’s had on the US and the music industry. He gave students […]
Lafayette mayor addresses speech classes
Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski visited Central Catholic high school speech classes Monday (April 10) to discuss his experiences with public speaking. In his presentation and in responses to student questions, Roswarski addressed the importance of preparation for all public speaking situations, the variety of public speaking experiences he faces on a given day, and […]
Nothing but Nets for 7th gr. Math
Last Week in 7th grade math, Mrs Beckham’s classes learned about the surface area of 3D figures using “nets”. Students explored the topic by cutting out different net designs and discovering which of them COULD be folded to make a cube, and which of them would NOT make a cube. Hands-on learning rocks!