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JR Chapman Wins State FFA Competition

JR Chapman
JR Chapman recently won the Alabama FFA Agricultural Mechanics Repairs & Maintenance Proficiency Award area. This award consists of records kept while working with his family at ARJ Trucking and narratives consisting of how his time and experiences with ARJ Trucking will impact his future. JR will advance to the FFA National Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana the last week of October. 

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  • The education of students is a responsibility shared by students, faculty and staff, parents, and the community.
  • All students must have opportunities to learn and to be successful.
  • Maximum student learning takes place in a positive environment that includes consistency and structure.
  • When engaged in rigorous, authentic learning activities that target a variety of learning styles, all students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to attain personal and professional success.

Central Graduates Are Going Places!

Joseph Eason

Joseph Eason, CHS Class of 2013, is joined by  Governor Kay Ivey at his graduation from the Alabama Forestry Commission’s Forestry Academy.  Joseph completed eight weeks of intensive classroom study and field exercises in forest protection, forest management and teamwork building. Joseph is employed as a Forest Ranger with the Alabama Forestry Commission.

 

 

 

If you are a Central graduate and you have recently completed military basic training, earned a trade certificate, graduated from college, etc. we would like to brag on you.  Please text SGA sponsor, Mrs. Stover, 256-401-3281.
Joseph Eason

CHS Band Hosts Spring Concert

Central Elementary Beginner Band and Central High School's Concert Band held their Spring concert April 29th under the direction of Mr. Ingram.  The elementary band played for family and community members first.  On clarinet was Ja'Niya Spivey and Jade Williams, on alto sax was Rylee Johnson and Tatum Larrabee, on trumpet was Jacob Stevens and Ethyn Tyson, on the french horn was Jane Phillips, on the trombone was Rayne Bostic and William Bishop, on baritone was Tanner Hill and on percussion was Rachel Reams, Austin Becker, and Kayden Sikes.  The audience was then treated to the sounds of the high school band featuring flute players, Amber Reeves and Kamora Wilson, clarinet players Skylar Newman, Abbi Mizzell, and Corrie Haynes, on base clarinet was Lexie Griffin, alto sax players were Abbeie Smith and Kaylee Veitch, on tenor sax was Makenna Sanders, on trumpet was Rainer Bennet, on trombone was Latavian Brownfield, on baritone was Colton Jouppi and on percussion was Tashaun Harrell, Jayven Jackson, and Hunter Denney.

Alabama Power Foundationa Grant

Mrs. Young Wins Alabama Power Foundations Grant
Alabama Power Foundation's Classroom Program has awarded Mrs. Young's self contained classroom with a $1,000.00 grant to be used for science experiments. Mrs. Young will be teaching life science concepts, specifically cell theory, cell structures and functions to her students. Students will be using DNA testing kits, fold-a-scopes (individual student microscopes that are portable) and prepared slides. Students will also learn about ecosystems, abiotic and biotic parts of an ecosystem, food web and energy transfer. 

Alpha Youth Leadership Conference

Alpha Youth Leadership Conference
Students from Coosa County were among an elite group of 9th and 10th graders from throughout Alabama selected to attend the Alfa Youth Leadership Conference at the Alabama 4-H center in Columbiana April 29-30. The conference was sponsored by the Alabama Farmers Federation, Alabama Farmers Agriculture Foundation, county Federations and Alabama Farm Credit. From left are Federation Organization Director Mike Tidwell, Abigail Hyatt and Joseph Weathers of Coosa County, and Farm Credit’s Samantha Southerland.

Tytiuna Isom Signs with Judson College

Tytiuna Isom
It was a proud moment at Central High School when senior Tytiuna Isom signed with Judson College on an athletic and academic scholarship Wednesday.  Tytiuna will play volleyball as well as participate in the choir while majoring in Mathematics. Joining Tytiuna at the signing ceremony were her mother, sister, and niece as well as  board member Joe Belyeu, principal Brandi Lee, current volleyball coach Chris Elliott, representative from Judson College, former volleyball coach Doris Gamble, athletic director Deborah Phillips, and superintendent of education David Stover.

2021 "Cityscape" Prom

2021 Prom
Cityscapes
CHS juniors and seniors enjoyed prom 2021, “Cityscape,” at the Joe N. Belyeu gym Friday under the direction of math teacher Mrs. McDonald and lead prom committee members Alden Bennett, Colton Jouppi, and Amber Reeves.

Students Earn Microsoft Certification

Student Earn Microsoft Certification
Seven of Mr Thomas' business essential students passed the exam to earn their Microsoft Office Specialist certification after completing approximately 150  hours of instruction and hands-on experience. Students can now add this competitive certification designation on their resume as well as show their prospective employer their certificate which will set them apart from other applicants. Congratulations to Kiesa Tuck, Zyriah Meadows, Brody Hyatt, Nicholas Tidwell, Steven Hardy, Demarcus Sweet, and Trinity Facen.
Special Thanks to the Central High School Student Government Association for their hard work in submitting images and stories for the SGA News and Notes section.  Please contact any member of the SGA if you have any news or events you would like to be covered.  The SGA is sponsored by Mrs. Debi Stover.  SGA President for the 2020-2021 school year is Tytiuna Isom.  

Approved 2020-2021 Student Code of Conduct

Approved 2020-2021 Student Handbook

Approved 2020-2021 School Calendar Revised 7-30-2020

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