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Central graduates are going places!
JR Chapman, Central class of 2021, was recently chosen as a National Finalist in Agricultural Mechanics Repair and Maintenance, which means JR was one of the top four applications in the nation! JR will be attending the National Convention in Indianapolis in October.
Ashton Fielding, Central class of 2016, recently graduated from Faulkner University with a degree in Exercise Science. Ashton played softball at Central, as well, and went on to play at Central Alabama Community College and Faulkner University where she won numerous championships, as well as academic and athletic awards. Ashton is employed at Phoenix Physical Therapy in Wetumpka.
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.
CHS senior crowned Miss Teen Alabama
Central High School senior Brynli Mitchell was recently crowned Miss Teen Alabama. Brynli competed against girls from across the state in the areas of interview, stage introduction, fun fashion, and evening gown. As the reigning Miss Teen Alabama Brynli will make appearances throughout the state including meeting with the governor.
Students begin new school year
Coosa County students headed back to school Thursday. With the goal of keeping students physically in school learning, the school system is maintaining the same COVID-19 safety protocols followed at the end of the 2020-2021 school year with the exception that masks do not have to be worn outdoors.
A special called board meeting was held Wednesday to finalize staff hires. The board approved Katie Martin as a Central Elementary sixth grade teacher. Mrs. Martin was the salutatorian of Central High School’s class of 2012.
Jason Roberts, who attends church in Coosa County and has worked as a DJ for dances in the school system, was hired as a janitor and maintenance assistant. We are thankful that we started the school year fully staffed as the state and nation are faced with teacher shortages.