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With full backpacks and smiles, students headed back to school Tuesday, but school staff were not the only ones greeting students with smiles, hand shakes and high fives. Many in the community came out to welcome the students back to school including the Coosa County Sheriff’s Office, Brittany Hogan and Pastor Todd with Empowered to Conquer, and representatives from the Goodwater Volunteer Fire Department brought Sparky, the fire safety dog, to greet the students.
The high school held a pep rally at the end of the first day with the cheerleaders, band and football coach getting the students excited about the upcoming school year after principal Lee shared all the great things going on around campus, as well as policies and procedures the students needed to be aware of.
Earlier in the week in preparation for the new school year, UniServ director, Charmel Lewis, and president of the Coosa County Education Support Professionals, Dwilda Ballard, welcomed staff with an AEA provided breakfast, work started on resurfacing the track at the Keith Bullard Stadium, the band boosters prepared the concession stand for the upcoming football season, and organizations such as Bridge Builders donated school supplies. The 2022-2023 school year is off to a great start, and we are very excited about everything in store for the new school year.