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Chelsey Rogers – Art Teacher

Chelsey Rogers – Art Teacher

Jessica Mata, Cen10 News Reporter

September 19, 2017


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If there’s something you enjoy doing, you should pursue it as a career. Chelsey Rogers, Centennial’s newest art teacher, realized this after finishing college. The self-taught artist was a math teacher for two years before deciding to become an art teacher. She had already been painting and g...

Michele Brown – Health Science Teacher

Michele Brown – Health Science Teacher

Anisha Zaman, Cen10 News Reporter

September 19, 2017


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“I knew as a little girl I wanted to be a nurse,” Michele Brown, Centennial’s current HOSA advisor and Health Science Teacher said. She attended South Plains College in Levelland, Texas for nursing school. She has been a registered nurse and EMT for 30 years, and has spent 15 years teaching...

Michelle Ott- Counselor

Michelle Ott- Counselor

Bryce Ford, Cen10 News Reporter

September 19, 2017


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Michelle Ott started her career at Blalack Middle School. She then moved to Renner Middle School, and then Wester Middle School afterwards. Next, she went to Stafford Middle School where she began her career as a counselor. Finally, she went back to Wester Middle School, where she worked as a counselor ...

Activity Books for Kindergarteners

Activity Books for Kindergarteners

Kaitlin Jerden, Cen10 News Reporter

May 5, 2017


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Every year students from all schools across Texas can stretch their minds with the challenge of creating activity books for kindergarteners. Each Digital Interactive Media class gets their chance to create amazing designs and styles to best suit the needs of the lessons. Few activity books actually...

A New Leader for Frisco

A New Leader for Frisco

Laura Nicolescu, Co-Editor-In-Chief

March 29, 2017


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Frisco is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, owing much to its booming business sector and economy, top ranked school district and abundance of newly built neighborhoods. However, the city is looking for a new leader after current mayor Maher Maso will reach his term limit in May. Frisco...

What’s Love Got to Do With It?

What’s Love Got to Do With It?

Laura Nicolescu, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 17, 2017


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Valentine’s Day, prom, spring flutters; indeed, love is the air. High school sweethearts are seen walking the halls, hand in hand, feeling as though nothing matters but each other. However, when does a relationship go from butterflies in your stomach to a feeling of anxiety and dread? Where does l...

Hot, Hot, Hot…..WINGS!

Hot, Hot, Hot…..WINGS!

Michael Severance, Cen10 News Reporter

February 2, 2017


Filed under Features, Videos

The first Hot Wing Challenge on Cen10 News, I challenge coach Hirsh. Five questions, five hot wings. Every wing hotter than the last, the final wing being sixty times hotter than a jalapeno. Coach Hirsh is representing CHS girls soccer, if he can finish every wing and answer every question he gets...

Katherine McGee visits Centennial

Katherine McGee visits Centennial

Robbie Alexander, Cen10 News Reporter

January 26, 2017


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Imagine walking into a house and right before your eyes, you see robots cleaning. Young adult Author Katharine McGee has imagined this in her new book The Thousandth Floor. McGee visited the campus on Tuesday during fourth period to promote the new science fiction read. McGee is from Houston,...

The Future of Our Nation

The Future of Our Nation

Laura Nicolescu, Co-Editor-In-Chief

November 18, 2016


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After countless rallies and contentious debates, the 2016 presidential election was held Nov. 8, with voters choosing Republican candidate Donald Trump over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton as America’s 45th president. Although Clinton won the popular vote (by a small margin), Trump won the electo...

Racing for Rangers

Racing for Rangers

Emily Walker, Cen10 News Reporter

November 12, 2016


Filed under Features, journalism 1

In life people face may transitions: age, new schools, etc., but none rival the incredibly challenging transition of an Army Ranger into civilian life. Looking at Chad Wegner one may not have guessed he was a retired Army Ranger but he and other rangers, local and across the country, active and retired...

The Art of Storytelling

The Art of Storytelling

Laura Nicolescu, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 21, 2016


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What started as a way to keep a culture’s memories alive turned into a contemporary art form millions of children and adults now enjoy as a way to forget the world around them, even if for only a few minutes. The Lone Star Storytelling Festival, held last Friday and Saturday at the Frisco Public Library, put...

His Legacy Lives On

His Legacy Lives On

Ashley Hilton, Cen10 News Reporter

October 21, 2016


Filed under Features, Showcase

His retirement marked the end of an era. Although he will be missed by many, his name will forever be etched in the halls of Centennial. The National Honor Society donated a plaque to honor Randy Spain, the founding principal of Centennial High School. “I was shown the plaque by Mr. Sing...

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