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CHS announces Students of Month

Seventh grader Kalicia Davis has shown herself to be a good student for the brief time she has been at CHS. She comes to class each day ready to pay attention, work hard and complete her classwork on time. Kalicia is charitable and helps her classmates when they need it. She is always willing to lend a…

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Kick off for Six Sundays to Literacy 

Six Sundays to Literacy kicked off Sunday, September 11, at New Home Missionary Baptist Church as part of the $1.8 million literacy grant Coosa County schools received  The project is a collaborative effort between the Coosa County Schools’ Literacy Everywhere Grant and the Alabama Parent Education Center (APEC) to promote literacy in the community and home. Students were able to pick books…

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Central JV football players start their season off with win

The first game of the season took the Central Coosa JV football team to Horseshoe Bend with the Cougars returning home with a win to start off their season. The game heated up in the third quarter with a fumble recovered by Central Coosa. A pass to number 19, Corrie Thompson, put the Cougars on the…

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Senior government students serve as reading buddies 

    As a culminating activity of their study of the Declaration of Independence, senior government students created illustrated children’s books explaining key details, as well as the principles of government embodied in the document. They shared their creations with their third grade reading buddies. After the seniors read their books to their buddies, their buddies had…

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Students awed by explosive moments in science lab

    Chemistry students Jaidyn Moore and Zyriah Meadows experimented with dry ice, solid carbon dioxide, in order to observe its sublimation. Tenth grader Dylan Calhoun is holding the bubbles full of carbon dioxide vapors that resulted from adding the dry ice to a beaker of dish detergent water.   In another lab, the physical science students “raced” battery-operated dune buggies as a culmination…

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Cougar football scores first win of season against Talladega Central

   The first quarter started off slow for both the Central Cougars and the Talladega Tigers, but with only two minutes left in the first quarter, number 9, running back Cassidy Howard, scored the first touchdown of the game for the Cougars. From that first touchdown, the Cougars would maintain their lead throughout the entire game.…

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Senior government students reenact drafting of Declaration of Independence

Twelfth graders went back in time to Independence Hall in Philadelphia, donned in colonial costumes, to reenact the drafting of the Declaration of Independence. The reenactment included discussion over the decision to separate from England which included opposition from John Dickinson, a delegate at the 2nd Continental Congress who did not sign the document. Besides…

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