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Ms. Wells’ kindergarten class’ phonics sound this week was /w/ as in watermelon. Students made torn art watermelons and wrote some red words on the back that begin with the letter “w.”
The students are very excited that four of their caterpillars have each made a chrysalis. Students each took a turn carefully checking them out, and they are hoping the fifth one also will soon make a chrysalis.
Central High School Coosa County recently held colorguard tryouts. Congratulations to Ruby Burks, Rylee Johnson, Parker Sanders, Abbeie Smith, Ja’Naya Spivey, Abi Veitch, and Jade Williams. Assisting the colorguard are CES counselor Mallory Redmond and CHS band director Darryl Ingram.
Seniors who volunteered as poll workers in either the primary or general election received a certificate signed by Coosa County Judge of Probate Richard Dean and Secretary of State John Merrill. Pictured from left are Alden Bennett, Tytiuna Isom, DeMarcus Sweet, Olivia Hay, Catrina Burton, and Koby Allen.
The Coosa FFA Chapter recently elected its 2021-2022 slate of chapter officers. The officers pictured from left are: Kyle Bowe, historian; Joseph Weathers, reporter; Abigail Hyatt, treasurer; Serenity Goolsby, secretary; Reagan Cardwell, vice president; and Brynli Mitchell, president. Not pictured: Jeiby Garcia, sentinel.
The CHS band, under the direction of Mr. Daryll Ingram, traveled to the Goodwater Nursing Home to perform for the residents Wednesday. It was a particularly special day for one nursing home resident because she had the opportunity to hear her granddaughter play in the band for the first time.
Central graduates are going places! Calee Camp, CHS Class of 2009, recently received a position as a flight nurse in Redding, California, which requires a high level of expertise and critical thinking skills. Calee earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alabama in 2015 and has worked as a travel and ambulance nurse, as well. If you are a Central graduate and you have recently completed military basic training, earned a trade certificate, graduated from college, etc. we would like to brag on you. Please text SGA sponsor, Mrs. Stover, at 256-401-3281.