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Aligned Attendance Policy Update

Students will receive one block of seat time for completing one hour of make-up time during scheduled sessions. Students are responsible for having academic work to complete during the time they attend sessions.

Students who are required to make-up seat time for the Spring 2024 Semester have the following options:

Monday-Thursday After-school Tutoring:
3:30-4:30 P.M.

Monday—Alford (103)
Tuesday—Floresca (113)
Wednesday—Knight (211)
Thursday—Sholar (212)

Intercession Week:

Monday, February 26-Thrusday, February 29
8:00 A.M. -12:00 P.M.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided daily.

*Students must provide their own transportation.

Report to the Commons Area by 8:00 A.M. for check in.

Saturday School:
Cost is $20.00 per day.
8:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.

March 2
March 9
March 16
March 23

Yearbooks

The last day to preorder a yearbook online is February 26th. Your child may also purchase a yearbook from Ms. Griffin in the Media Center. The price of the yearbook is $75.

Prom

On April 20, 2024, Central High School will host, "Tangled Up In Memories" from 7:00-10:00 P.M. at Belle's Venue and Farms, LLC. Members of the Junior and Senior classes may purchase tickets; sales will begin in late March ($40.00 per student). Students may pick up permission forms later this week in the Main Office, by Room 208, or in the Commons Area.

Please be mindful when selecting prom attire; if any concerns arise, please contact Dr. Newman ([email protected]) Mrs. Dillon ([email protected]) or Mrs. Assef ([email protected]).

2024 Central High School Prom Dress Code



The prom, an important part of the Central High School experience, is a formal social event; therefore, everyone attending the prom is expected to dress and behave appropriately for a formal event.

Appropriate attire options:

*formal evening attire may include a tuxedo, suit with a tie, or sport coat with slacks and a tie. Jackets and vests may be removed, but shirts must remain on at all times.

*if wearing a dress or gown:
-the bottom must reach fingertip length when shoulders are relaxed.

-it cannot have a slit (front, back, or sides) higher than finger-tip length.

-the dress may not expose excessive cleavage or have a plunging neckline that is bare or has transparent material. All clothing must securely cover the chest area with solid fabric.

-it may not be excessively low cut in the back.

-the dress may not be extremely tight or form fitting.

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