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Hiring Day at Coosa County Career Tech Center

  Hiring Day was a culmination of various preparation activities our students have been involved in throughout the school year. Students have been introduced to the complete hiring process that started with creating a resume, followed by completing applications (both pen and paper style and online) and moved forward with preparing for interviews by researching companies and…

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Computer Science Discoveries project

  The Coosa County Career Technical Center’s Computer Science Discoveries class has been conducting hands-on experiments to explore the different forms of energy and how they are transformed into usable forms. Students master forms of energy and their transformations to visualize how it can be used in the world around them. The students conducted experiments…

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Central High School announces Students of the Month

Seventh grader LaBroadus Mitchell always does his work to the best of his ability. He has a cheerful attitude almost every time you see him. He is very respectful and kind to whomever he talks to, both students and staff. According to Ms. Belyeu, LaBroadus is one of her most improved students. He makes sure to take…

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Central Cougar baseball program celebrates senior night

  The Central Cougar baseball program celebrated their seniors at their season closing game this week. The post game ceremony started by recognizing the senior Diamond Doll volunteers. Savannah Snell has served as a Diamond Doll for one year and will be continuing her education at Central Alabama Community College (CACC) in the fall to pursue a…

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Education, Training Littles Academy – observation days

  Mrs. Worley’s classes have been studying developmental milestones in little children. To assist her students with being able to put their knowledge to the test and observe small children, Mrs. Worley invited some small children to come to class for two days and have her students interact with the children and observe them playing.…

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FCCLA students attend State Leadership Conference

  Family, Carer and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students recently attended the State Leadership Conference in Montgomery as an opportunity for the students to build leadership skills. A’maiya Jackson competed in Fashion Construction – Level 1, Akeelah Houston was the voting delegate for Central’s  FCCLA chapter, and Jeffery Yates was the record keeper and historian, as well as the unofficial trip comedian. Jeffery stated, “I was thankful to be able to attend the FCCLA State Leadership Conference in Montgomery…

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Seniors enjoy “Blast the FAFSA” field trip

  The “Blast the FAFSA” field trip was created through a partnership with the Coosa County Extension Office and the AL FAST Program for Seniors. The program was designed as an incentive for seniors to complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) applications or FAFSA waiver forms for college. The field trip took…

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