Central Campus students celebrate homecoming at their home schools and sadly, CC has been without it’s own Homecoming court. Until now. We are pleased to present Queen Sheila Sprague and King Rick Homard, elected by their piers to serve as CC royalty!
When the Central Campus cafe re-opens next Thursday, it will be under the watchful and experienced eye of John Andres. The new chef and instructor at Central’s nationally-honored culinary arts program comes to DMPS by way of the Culinary Institute of America and several top kitchen posts. Click on the image to meet him and get this year’s cafe schedule.
Meet Central Campus World Food Prize representatives Anger Dok and Anna Brown from College Biotechnology in Medicine and College Anatomy & Physiology taught Kacia Cain. They met with Gov. Brandstad and Lt Gov.Reynolds. They also were fortunate to meet the World Food Prize winner, Dr. Sanjaya Rajaram.
Marine Science, taught by Kirk Embree and Greg Barord, hosted Jefferson Elementary School, 1st grade students on a tour of the Marine Science lab. There were 3 tours with a total of 69 students who got to explore the Central Campus Marine Science lab today. Pictured are Aquarium Science students Grant Sodders, Rebecca Gibson, Quincy … Read more »
These Central Campus students are being recognized at the Wild Rose Film Festival 2014 for their work in music video production. These selections will be screened at the Fleur Cinema on Thursday, November 6th with a start time of 3:15PM. Congratulations to Trevor Spidle (LHS), Anna Steenson (RHS), Helena Gruensteidl (RHS), and Brandon Martinez (RHS). … Read more »
Maxwell Murphy, Senior Roosevelt High School, participated in the Global Youth Institute portion of the World Food Prize. Max was selected out of many high school students to participate in such an event. This was a rigorous three days and lastly the most intense, where students presented their speeches in front of a panel of … Read more »