2012 - 2013
Guidance Director: Andrea Dukes
Guidance Counselor: Karen Richardson
Guidance Secretary: Lynn Brewer
Calling All Young Chefs 8-12 Years Old -- Win a Trip to the White House
for the Kids' "State Dinner"
One winner from each of the 50 states
Calling all young chefs between 8 and 12 years old. Send in your own
healthy, delicious lunch recipe and you could win a trip to Washington DC
and the opportunity to attend the Kids' "State Dinner" at the White House.
Children (or legal guardians) are invited to create and enter their best
original lunch recipes inspired by MyPlate, the USDA's user-friendly guide
to healthy eating. One winner from each of the 50 states and U.S.
Territories will be awarded a trip to Washington, D.C., and the opportunity
to attend the Kids' "State Dinner," hosted by Mrs. Obama at the White House
this summer. These lucky finalists might also have their recipes served at
the event! Visit Healthy Lunchtime Challenge at
http://www.recipechallenge.epicurious.com/ for more information.
Centra Career Day April 15th
Centra Career Day announcement for 7th grade
Centra Health Summer Career Camp Middle School
Centra Health Summer Career Camp High School
Portal request for username and password
United States Naval Sea Corps information to join
Wonderful resource for kids who have suffered a significant loss... And it's free!
Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY)
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY), a world leader in gifted education, conducts national and international talent searches to identify, assess, and recongnize academic talent.
Through the Talent Search, high-performing students take a test called S.A.T, designed for older students. The above-grade-level testing can reveal more about the academic talents of students who are topping out on grade-level tests.
We encourage educators, parents, and other to nominate students who exhibit outstanding academic talent to participate in the annual Johns Hopkins University CTY Talent Search. The nominations are based on the following criteria:
Achievement at advanced levels on state tests, designated as scoring in categories such as advanced proficiency, distinguished, honors, or gifted, and/or -
Demonstration of superior academic performance
**For more information, please call the Guidance Office.**
You may also visit the following website for more information.