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Coosa County Schools Weekly Calendar: October 3-7, 2022

COOSA COUNTY SCHOOLS WEEKLY CALENDAR                       MONDAY 10/03/2022 TUESDAY 10/04/2022 WEDNESDAY 10/05/2022 THURSDAY 10/06/2022 FRIDAY 10/07/2022 *Breakfast: Waffle ,Fruit, Milk, Juice *Lunch: Pasta Dish/Bread, Northern Beans, Romaine Salad Fruit, Milk *CES: After-school  program pick-up 5:45 *CHS: Safe ACT prep,  9th-12th grades, pick-up 5:00 * CHS: Girls basketball try-outs, 4:45 pick-up, Central gym *Breakfast: Muffins, Fruit, Juice,…

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Pride of Coosa County Band earns Superior rating at competition

The Central band, The Pride of Coosa County, attended the Camelia Marching Festival at Marbury High School last weekend. Although this was their first competition since 2019, the band came home with all Superior ratings, including Drum Major, Percussion and Colorguard. Superior is the highest rating a band can receive at competition. The band is directed by Mr. Daryl Ingram. Pictured from the left, back row, are Micheal…

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Central High School announces 2022 Homecoming representatives

This year’s homecoming photo shoot took place at the historic Women’s Club House in Rockford. The club house, which was built in 1932, is on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage. The club house was built during the midst of the Great Depression. Accounts of the building process indicate that the women raised the funds needed to build,…

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JV ends football season undefeated

For the last game of their 2022 season, the JV football team scored another win, ending their 2022 season undefeated. Central Coosa hosted the Horseshoe Bend Generals. Corey Thompson scored the first touchdown for the Cougars. Number four, Javon Thomas, recovered a fumble and scored a touchdown. The Generals were able to slide in a…

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Ms. Wells’ kindergarten celebrated Johnny Appleseed, all things apple

    Kindergartners celebrated Johnny Appleseed’s birthday by tasting green and red apple pieces. They also made homemade applesauce and enjoyed apple pie and apple juice. Ms. Wells stated, “When Johnny Appleseed’s birthday falls on Lazy Day for Homecoming, you wear apples on your jammies.” Pictured are Ms. Wells and her students Rylee and Deshaun who enjoyed lazy day and Johnny Appleseed’s birthday on…

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Literacy Everywhere Grant, Coosa County Sheriff’s Office form partnership

As part of the Literacy Everywhere Grant Coosa County Sheriff Michael Howell and deputies received books to distribute with children in the county. The program will also expand to include the Goodwater Police Department in the upcoming year. The goal of this program is to develop positive interactions with law enforcement officers while promoting literacy in…

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Coosa County Schools breakfast and lunch menu

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 3 Waffle Pack  Pasta Dish/Bread Northern Beans Romaine Salad Fruit Milk 4 Muffins, Fruit, Juice, Milk Corndog Tater Tots/Cheezit Romaine Salad Fruit Milk 5 Grilled Cheese, Fruit, Juice, Milk Cheeseburger French Fries Lettuce/Tomato  Romaine Salad Fruit Milk 6 Breakfast Rounds, Fruit, Juice, Milk French Bread Pizza Broccoli/Animal Crackers Romaine Salad…

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Central High School celebrated Constitution Day by going back in time

   Senior government students donned their colonial costumes to perform a reader’s theatre to underclassmen. The reader’s theatre told the story of the drafting of the U.S. Constitution in honor of Constitution Day, September 17, which celebrates the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia. All seniors were gifted a personal pocket Constitution, which kicks…

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Lady Cougar volleyball celebrates Senior Night with a win

The Lady Cougar varsity volleyball team recognized their senior players in a ceremony during their last regular season home volleyball game. The night was made even more special when the senior players led their team to victory against the Childersburg Tigers with a score of 25-10 in the first set and 25-14 in the second set.…

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Science students conduct labs both inside, outside to observe science in action

      Chemistry students Jalen Corley and Kris Leonard used the chemical reaction between acetic acid and sodium bicarbonate to prove the law of conservation of mass. Physics students Zyriah Meadows and Abigail Veitch dropped golf balls off the back of the visitor bleachers and used stopwatches to time the drop. Using their data, they calculated the…

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