On Tuesday, Nov. 12, three cases will make their way to the Supreme Court. One incredibly large and prominent investigation surrounds around Former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and President Donald Trump and his administration’s actions about repealing the program.
By submitting their formal notification to the United Nations (UN) on Nov. 4, 2019, the United States began the process of withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement.
With Halloween around the corner, Student Council has ensured that the spooky spirit of October will be represented around school by lining the halls with themed posters and organizing a Halloween dress-up week.
Michael Otto, the AP Government teacher recently oversaw his classes’ mock elections for the fourth year in a row. This the relevant to students now more than ever, as most seniors will be of voting age by the time the United States Presidential race for the 2020 election comes to a close.
On Tuesday, Sept. 24, the sophomore class will host a spirit night at Chicken Express. Grab some chicken between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. to support the class of 2022.
Falcon Theatre will be performing William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet this October; however, the play will have a different twist to it. Timber Creek Falcons will be playing characters from the House of Montague, while Central Chargers will be playing characters from the House of Capulets.
Homecoming dress up days were filled with unique outfits and students did not come to disappoint. Students dressed from aliens to tourists to just rolling out of bed ready.