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Clubs and Advisors
Advanced Chorus & Guitar Meeting: Mr Gaede
Best Friends Club: Mrs Cervantes
Campus Life: See Mrs. Putnam
Chess Club Meetings: Mr. Patel
Christians in Action (CIA): Mr. Bird
Comic Book Club: Mr. Brooks
FCA: Mr Holbrook
Fashion Club Meeting: Mrs. Fusi
FIRST Robotics Club Meeting: Mr. A Pena
Green Team Meeting: Mrs. Macholtz
Magic Club Meeting: Mr. Bartman
Math Club Meetings: Mr. Patel
Mexican-American Club Meeting: Mrs Moreno and Mrs. N. Vega
Pawsitivity Meetings: Mr Agundez
Pep Club Meeting:
Softball Club: Coach Fusi
Tabletop Gaming Club: Ms. Claverie
Yellow Ribbon Club Meeting: Mrs Pineiro
Class of 2020: Ms. Daniel & Mr. Gomez
Class of 2021: Mrs. Cordova & Mrs. Galindo
Class of 2022: Miss Silva & Ms. Vizcaino
Class of 2023:
Class of 2024:
**Club Meetings are announced in the daily bulletin.
Frequently Asked Questions:
A: All students interested in participating in sports or extra-curricular activities need a clearance card from the ASB office. Pick up a clearance packet before try-outs as you will need to complete the packet with signatures and a signed physical from your doctor's office.
A: Go to the CUHS ASB office and pick up a poster request form. Return the completed form with $7 and pick up your poster in approximately 3 days.
A: Finding & checking out a book, using the article database, computers and printing options, help finding resources
Q: What clubs
does Central have on campus?
A: There are a variety of clubs including AcaDec, Green Team, Mock Trial, Pawsitivity, Robotics, and more!
Q: What are the Expected School-wide Learning Results?
Q: What is Central's history?
A: Get involved: join a club, join a sport, attend events, be active on campus!
A: Check your portal, go to the Attendance office, go to Saturday School
Q: What is ASB
and what do they do?
A: The Associated Student Body (ASB) are student leaders on campus.
Q: What do students learn in the Child Care program?
A: Proper care of infants, personal care, life skills