Posted on October 28, 2019
Categories: Daily Bulletin





  • Advisory 8:00-8:53
  • 1st 8:56-9:46
  • 2nd 9:49-10:39
  • 3rd 10:42-11:32
  • 4th 11:35-12:25
  • 5th 12:28-1:18
  • 6th 1:21-2:11
  • 7th 2:14-3:04


  • Lancer Football team will host Olney at our Football Field in     the Playoff Semifinal at 3pm. Admission is $5 for all spectators. Since this is a PIAA contest, there are no passes or ID’s for admission.  Please come out to support our TEAM!
  • THE SCHOOL STORE IS NOW OPEN! School Store Hours are as follows:
  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday ~ Morning 7:30-8:00 and Afternoon 3:10 – 3:30
  • Wednesday ~ Morning, 7:30 – 8:00 ~ NO After School Hours


  • Reminder Staff when you are absent please turn in a SEH-86 after each absence the day after you return.  Absence cards can be found in the main office behind the copier in a tray. Please Complete, Sign, and Return to the main office to Ms. Ramseur (Ms. R) Thank you
  • Staff please take a moment and fill out the Emergency Contact Form for Staff and return to Ms. Ramseur in the main office.  TODAY PLEASE AND THANK YOU….
  • Join the Central Voter Mobilization Team’s get-out-the-vote phone banking sessions.  Learn how to use the auto-dialer and make a quick pitch to increase voter turnout with professionals from our partner SEAMAAC.  Earn community service hours (and eat pizza) after school in Room 307 on Thursday, October 24th, and in the Spain Conference Center on Monday, November 4th.
  • The Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship Class met after school on Friday, October 18 in Room 211.  Please note every Friday; students from U Penn’s Wharton School of Business will be at Central to teach the classes.  For more info see Mr. Quinn (Room 307) or Ms. Sheldon-Matje (Room 211).
  • Science Peer Tutoring! Do you need or can you offer HELP in a science course?  Sign up here to be a peer tutor or to request help. Tutors will receive community service hours, and tutees efforts to improve their understanding will be carefully recorded and communicated to parents/guardians and teachers.
  • Central’s Annual Costume Contest will take place on October 31st during Advisory with 282.  Anyone interested in competing must pre-register with Ms. Durkee in room 3 by October 28th.
  • Any student, male or female interested in joining the Central Bowling Teams, should see Mr. Johns in the Gym.  Please do so during the open Advisory period.
  • Villanova Engineering, Science, Technology, Enrichment, and Development (VESTED) Program
  • Central’s A Cappella the Knights of Harmony is still looking for boys and those who can beat box to audition.  Please stop by room 323 and look for Mr. G.
  • Channel your inner Greta Thunberg at the first Student Environmental Action Society meeting.  Help us plan and implement ideas to improve our local environment; help maintain our school’s garden; and have fun with environmentally conscious students.  Meetings are every Thursday after school in room 402.
  • The Fox Chase Immersion Science Program is accepting applications until 10/28/19.  ISP is a FREE program for students who have already completed Biology and Chemistry.  Learn serious research techniques using fruit flies to investigate diet and cancer signaling pathways.  The program runs over 11 Saturdays, January 11th – March 21st.  The application will launch on Twitter (@isp_lab) and Facebook (Fox Chase Cancer Center Immersion Science Program).

Community Service Opportunity:

  • Any students interested in being Social Studies tutors during advisory please come and see Mr. Bezanis in Room 224.  We are looking for students to help in each of the 4 main core Social Studies courses. Thank you! – Mr. Bezanis
  • Blind Sports Organization of Philadelphia
    • Our organization has done a great job of providing people with visual impairment the opportunity to participate in athletic settings.
      As a non-profit organization, we are constantly looking for volunteers to assist in our various events held around the Philadelphia area.  Being familiar towards Central’s mission to have students engage in community service, I think this would be a great opportunity to have students assist in events while being able to enjoy the pleasures of sports and social interaction.
      We have a volunteer sign-up page, which is copied below.
      https: //www.blindsports.org/ volunteer
  • **9th Graders Only ~ Shadowing started Monday, September 23rd.  If you would like to shadow, please report to the shadow hallway (between the Auditorium and Library) by 7:30am.  Shadow dates for this week are Monday, 10/28– Friday, 11/1 for the week of October 28, 2019.