Words: Amanda Ali As students come back to school in the fall, what better way to celebrate than with a night full of fun? On Thursday, Sept 4, students and families are invited to go to Back to School Night at Centennial High School, which promotes clubs and helps the Centennial community get in the …
Replacing Dr. Carl Perkins as principal next year at Centennial High School will be current Burleigh Manor Middle School principal, Claire Hafets.
Tuesday: Full Day of school with Period 1 Exam (Remaining classes in an altered schedule) 7:25- 9:05 Period 1 Exam 9:10-9:45 Period 2 9:50-11:56 Period 4A 9:50-10:20 A lunch 10:22-10:52 B lunch 10:54-11:24 C lunch 11:26-11:56 D lunch 12:01-12:36 Period 3 12:41-1:16 Period 5 1:21- 1:31 HOMEROOM: Locker Clean-Out 1:35 – 2:10 Period 6
Tip #5 A great way to get ready for most finals is to review past tests and quizzes. The questions will most likely be in a similar format on the test and you can have an idea of the types of questions the teacher will ask. However, if the final will be in a different …
Tip #4 Put together a study group with other students from your class. If you pick the right people, you can get more done and gather more information that you might not have received otherwise. If you combine all your knowledge, you are bound to be better prepared for the exam.
Tip #3 Take frequent breaks from studying so that the brain has time to absorb and take in the processed information. Breaks are also shown to improve attentiveness and help to relieve stress, leading to more effective studying.
Tip #2 Eat a healthy breakfast the day of your test. A nutritious brain boosting should include complex carbohydrates and proteins. For example, oatmeal with golden raisins and walnuts or cereal with peaches and milk provide both the complex carbohydrates and proteins that will boost brain function.