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Greetings from Brother Martin

December 03, 2019
By Brother Martin
I am honored yet humbled to serve Central Private as Interim Head of School. First, I give honor to God for allowing me to serve in this capacity, a role I view as a ministry that I will perform to the best of my ability as unto Him. I thank the board for their confidence, and I thank my predecessors for their past dedication and service.
 
CP is blessed with the greatest students on earth! I am thrilled to be able to share in their formative years, as they each grow into God’s specific purpose for their lives.
 
Likewise, CP is blessed with wonderful teachers, administrators, and staff. They love our school. I applaud each of them for their dedication and the talents they bring to the task before us.
 
Of course, I have a lot to learn, but I am passionate about this job and will give it my best. I pray that during my interim service that I can help foster stability, grace, care, strength, and vision to CP.
 
I am invested in Central Private, so much, in fact, two of my children, Noah and Myla, currently attend and my oldest, Alec, is an alumnus. I love CP. I love these students. They are a treasure. I value them, and I respect them. They are the reason I came to teach here. They are worth our investment.
 
As we build and strengthen our team, I am persuaded that our best days are ahead of us. We have a great legacy, but we have an even greater future.
 
My door is open. My mind is open. And, most importantly, my heart is open. We can and will do this together.
 
Sincerely,
 
Brother Martin
Interim Head of School

Central Private Senior Matthew Bihm has signed to play baseball at Tulane University.

November 18, 2019
By Katie Laurent

Matthew Bihm, an outfielder for the Redhawks, will attend Tulane University on a baseball scholarship in the fall of 2020. He is a four-year letterman and has been a member of the All-Metro Team and the First Team All-District in Mississippi. Matthew is also an honors student with a 3.9 cumulative grade point average.

Present to witness this special moment were his proud parents, Eric and Angie Bihm, his sister and CPS alum, Lauren Bihm, and his supportive grandparents, Carroll and Mary Breaux and Earline Bihm. His teammates, fellow seniors, and CPS faculty and staff also attended to show their support. All cheered in unison as Bihm finished signing and put on his Green Wave Baseball Cap.

While attending Tulane University in New Orleans, he plans to major in exercise science to pursue a career in physical therapy.

The Red Kettle Premiere

October 11, 2019
By Morgan Campbell

We are excited to welcome everyone to “The Red Kettle,” Central Private’s newly re-established school newspaper! You might be wondering why we named it “The Red Kettle.” Well, here’s why. 

As everyone knows, Central Private School has a new mascot and a new brand – The Redhawk; and we wanted to tie our newspaper name into our brand. So, we did what everyone does. We googled it, and we learned a lot about hawks!  A lot. But one thing stuck out. Did you know that a group of quail is a covey and a group of lions is a pride? Well, a group of hawks is a kettle! Thus, the “Red Kettle” was born. 

Since deciding to reboot the paper, we have worked very hard to produce a quality product that will serve as a platform for students, teachers, families, and friends to connect and keep in touch with what is going on at CP. Communication is one of the keys to success, and we want our new newspaper to be part of the success at Central Private.

Please also check out The Screech, our student blog, and be on the lookout. We have another new and exciting addition to our communication platform coming soon!

Go RedHawks!!

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