Central High School News – April 30 Edition
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Scholarship, science, prom, more at Coosa schools!
Students in Mrs. Bailey’s U.S. history 10 class researched various events leading up to the Civil War before constructing a timeline which included the event itself, the year of the event, the event’s description/significance, a connection to a future event, and an illustration pertaining to the event. Photos submitted by SGA
It was a proud moment at Central High School when senior Tytiuna Isom signed with Judson College on an athletic and academic scholarship Wednesday. Tytiuna will play volleyball, as well as participate in the choir while majoring in mathematics. Joining Tytiuna at the signing ceremony were her mother, sister and niece, as well as board member Joe Belyeu, principal Brandi Lee, current volleyball coach Chris Elliott, representative from Judson College, former volleyball coach Doris Gamble, athletic director Deborah Phillips, and Superintendent of Education David Stover. Photo submitted by SGA
The building was abuzz the day Mr. Mitchell’s ninth grade biology students dissected squid. Students had to identify the internal anatomy of the squid using their prior knowledge of the animalia kingdom. Photos submitted by SGA
Seven of Mr. Thomas’ business essential students passed the exam to earn their Microsoft Office Specialist certification after completing approximately 150 hours of instruction and hands-on experience. Students can now add this competitive certification designation on their resume, as well as show their prospective employer their certificate which will set them apart from other applicants. Congratulations to Kiesa Tuck, Zyriah Meadows, Brody Hyatt, Nicholas Tidwell, Steven Hardy, Demarcus Sweet, and Trinity Facen. Photo submitted by SGA
CHS juniors and seniors enjoyed prom 2021, “Cityscape,” at the Joe N. Belyeu gym Friday under the direction of math teacher Mrs. McDonald and lead prom committee members Alden Bennett, Colton Jouppi and Amber Reeves. Photos submitted by SGA
CHS cheerleaders were excited by the arrival of their new uniforms after they and their families have been working hard to fundraise and prepare for the upcoming season and camp with bi-weekly practices. Photos submitted by SGA
Butterflies, Gardening and Counting – Oh My! Mrs. Wells’ kindergartners are counting to 100. The seeds they previously planted have started to grow, and they started to plant their watermelon seeds, as well. Students were in awe to see that four of their butterflies have now emerged. Photos submitted by SGA