Central: Allison Astorga and laura Igual were Selected as Delegates to the Rotary Youth Leadership Academy

Posted by Communications on 1/11/2017

Allison Astorga and Laura Igual applied, interviewed and were selected as delegates to the Rotary Youth Leadership Academy taking place at Camp Pine Rock in Prescott over the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday weekend. 


Central High School’s Adopt-A-Bobcat program this past holiday season raised about $2,600 monetary donations from alumni and retired teachers.  The program also received about $1,500 in grocery gift cards and food donations from staff on campus.   In addition, 45 staff members adopted 41 students and their families during the holiday season.    The donations received allowed  the school to give the students a very special holiday party with food, snacks, drinks and treats.  

Students also each received an extra gift from alumni and retired teachers.  Community Liaison Ciara Aguilar organized the campaign.


The Central High School Global Studies program will host students and teacher-chaperones from Colegio Santa Maria de Guadalupe, a sister school from Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica.  Host students, their families and the school’s faculty and staff will welcome their guests, January 17 with a reception in their honor.