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Central High School announces Students of the Month
Twelfth grade: Raamiah Gaddis
Eleventh grade: JaNes Wyckoff
Tenth grade: Olivia Gaddis
Ninth grade: Haley Moates
Eighth grade: Henley Jennings
Seventh grade: Kenyon Richardson
Biology students enjoy hands-on learning in the lab
Biology students are studying the effects of different concentrations of solutions on the movement of water into and out of animal and plant cells. Eggs, which were soaked in vinegar overnight to dissolve the shells, were used for animal cells.
Students compared the egg that was placed in corn syrup, which lost water, and the egg that was placed in distilled water, which gained water. Cork borers were used to obtain cylinders of potatoes (plant cells). The potatoes were placed in different concentrations of salt water.
Students Brynlee Hawthorn, Izabel Whaley, and Eli Thornton measured the salt and the water to create the different salt solutions.
Student Roderick Graham observed onion cells in regular water and onion cells in salt water under the microscope to identify the cell membrane moving away from the cell wall as water moves out of the onion cell and towards the salt water.
Central High School seniors, parents have the opportunity to attend FAFSA workshop
Central High School principal Brandi Lee and counselor Misty Wade, in conjunction with Central Alabama Community College (CACC), provided an opportunity for senior students and parents to receive assistance in completing their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.
Students Nicolas Tidwell, John Kelly, Sharnya Ransaw, and their parents receive assistance in applying for financial aid for college from Stephanie Miller, director of Financial Aide at CACC, and her team, Teresa Hartsfield, Elisha Smith and Steve Lewis.
Central High School students dual enroll with Central Alabama Community College
Central High School counselor Misty Wade and dual enrollment admissions specialist from Central Alabama Community College (CACC), Keslie Garrett, assist junior Zyriah Meadows with dual enrolling at CACC for the spring semester. Dual enrollment is an opportunity for high school students to take classes at CACC and receive both college and high school credit for their coursework. CACC now has a dual enrollment Facebook page to keep parents and students updated with important information.
Posting of the Colors by Central Coosa Honor Guard
Central Coosa Honor Guard members Emily Thomas, Meori Smith, Micheal Thomas, Joseph Weathers, Daniel Thomas, Corey Giles, and Caden Tidwell posted the colors at the annual Weogufka Veterans Memorial ceremony Sunday afternoon. The event, organized by Sue Baxley of the Weogufka Neighborhood Watch, includes the reading of the names of the veterans inscribed on the memorial and the placing of wreaths on the memorial to honor the men and women who have served our country.
Photos by SGA