Our two most senior members, from the class of 1940 in print!
Sona Kalfian Ahlihian and Teddy Panagotis. Sonia was at our Gala Celebration on Saturday My 6. Elegant lady.
Unfortunately Sona is no longer with us.
Don Bianco Class President presenting the class gift to Principal Edward F. McLaughlin June 1959. Notice the upstairs balcony.
Another piece of memorabilia left at the school a while ago.This cool 1987 Linen calendar.
Two more pictures, below, from Alumnus Anthony 'Tony" DeMizio. On the left from the left at an Arizona "Central Reunion" in Tony and Evelyn's home. Bruce Morritt, Tom Petteruti, Tony DeMizio seated, Evelyn DeMizio, Dominic "Tommy" Mazzotta and His wife Estelle.
On the right, Robert "Bobby" Hyman winning the hi-jump at the Cranston Street Amory on January 28, 1957. Bobby was 5"6" tall and jumped 6 feet that night. Thank you Tony!!
Class of 1974 - 40th reunion photo submitted by Debra Zuba. Check out the link to the class of 74's website produced and maintained by Debra on the "Events" page.
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1954 Football Team - Donald Scott #37, Frank Caprio #23. Can you name any of the others?? Send a reply from the contact page :).
Blasts from the Past!
From Sona's 1940 yearbook
Captains and Cheerleadersvisiting Channel 10 Studios. Fred DeQuattro co captain Central. Cathy Vallese Central. others from Mt. Pleasant, Cranston High, Warwick High, and Hope High
1959 Central Cheerleaders, Cathy Vallese head Cheerleader in black sweater.
These two pictures below added December 9th, 2017 are from Tony DeMizio. Photo on the left, from the left rear: Mr and Mrs' DeMizio, Tony's parents, then Tony, George Bowen, James Gorman, James Maynard. Front row, from left, Herbert Hankinson, Bob Hyman and Steven Brown. Photo on the right, from the left, Tony, George and Bruce Morritt, and Louis Clinton. Tony remembers that the Morritt brothers came in every day from Scituate and some days when their father couldn't pick then up they hitchhiked home. We had a lot of students from Scituate before the town built the High School.