It’s a great day to be a Rocket!
What’s Happening & General Announcements
Principal’s May Newsletter
Peer Leaders 2021/2022 Application: https://forms.gle/hy3tWQBaJ3gGMPd1A
Rocket Recognition for the month of May was for students who demonstrate TEAMWORK at school. Four students/groups of students were nominated by CHS staff members! Those students are:
Nate Majewski, Nicholas Gouriotis, Kalliope Henderson, and Mrs. Santiago’s entire Honors Chem Class.
Ultimately, the staff narrowed it down to one winner! And the winner is…..
Spanish Club News: Congratulations to our newly elected Spanish Club officers for the 2021-2022 school year: president Kristen Lim, vice president Jade Huaracha, secretary Sara Rothenbaum, and treasurer Mariam Jafri.
Attention Class of 2021
Click HERE for scholarship opportunities!
2021 Illinois Council on Women and Girls
The Illinois Council on Women and Girls invites young women ages 14 through 18 to apply to join the Council’s new Girls Committee. Participants will share about their experiences and perspectives to help make Illinois a place where all girls can thrive.
Chaired by Lieutenant Governor Julianna Stratton, the Illinois Council on Women and Girls advises Governor JB Pritzker and the General Assembly on policy issues impacting women and girls in Illinois. Girls participating in the Council will have the opportunity to make a difference in issues affecting their lives and the lives of their peers.
The Council highly values diversity in its membership and seeks applicants with a range of geographic, racial, academic, and personal backgrounds.
Check out Central 301’s very own podcast, The 301!
You can find us on Apple Podcasts, Anchor FM, and Spotify! Check us out at: https://anchor.fm/stacy-reagan
2020 – 2021 Scholarship Information https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O03tHPkVCuLkOUL3zaiz2ZFaLN24D3y5nPchYKhlo6M/edit
A reminder to parents from the office staff: In the event an item was forgotten at home and you bring the item(s) to school for your child, please drop off all items at DOOR 8 (back by the baseball fields), not at DOOR 1. This is a change practice that offers families easier access to park, drop item off quickly and then safely move on their way. We appreciate your partnership, thank you.
Central 301 has launched the 301 Cares School Safety Electronic Tipline. It is a top priority to provide a safe, equitable, and non-hostile learning community for all, and this tipline offers an additional means to share safety concerns with the district. If you witness or learn about a situation you perceive as unsafe or believe that someone has acted or has plans to act in an unsafe way, please reach out to CHSCares@central301.net. This includes but is not limited to: use or possession of drugs, knives or guns, assault and/or a threat to injure, assault or bully/cyberbully.
The 301 Cares School Safety Tip Line is monitored during school hours. If you witness or suspect a serious emergency or crisis situation, please dial 911.
All reports through the 301 Cares School Safety Tip Line must be made in good faith and messages received are confidential. If you email our School Safety Tip Line, please provide as many details as possible including type of activities alleged, when they occurred/may occur, location of activity or alleged activity and name(s) of the person or people involved. The 301 Cares School Safety Tip Line can be found on our website.
Thank you for your support in making Central High School and D301 a safe learning environment for all students.
Central District 301 provides informative links on our news section of the website (https://central301.net/blog/2020/01/29/coronavirus-information/). This page includes more information about the Coronavirus and guidance for K-12 schools from the Illinois Department of Public Health. We will continue to update this information as it is received.