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Miss Centroid Pageant
Calling all cuties!!! Application forms for the Miss Centroid pageant (10th- 12th graders) and the Jr. Miss Centroid pageant (7th- 9th graders) are available outside Mrs. Stover’s room, M-27, and in your email. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be a part of a 32 year Central High School tradition.  There is no fee to be a pageant contestant. The 32nd annual Miss Centroid pageant will be held on Saturday, March 20.

Athletic Tickets

Athletic Event tickets can be purchased at GoFan.co.  Tickets will be  available 24 hours prior to each event.

CHS Re-Opening Plan

Welcome

We believe:

  • 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.
SGA: Cougar News and Notes

SGA Presents: Black Excellence Celebration Contest

SGA is celebrating Black History Month with our student body with a tribute video entitled, Black Excellence, created by Rebekah Burton and Zyriah Meadows.  Students can also enter our Black History Month Contest by submitting their own examples of African-American who have achieved leadership positions in our county, state, or nation. Three winners will be chosen to receive free admittance into a home baseball game and a free combo meal!

9th Grade World History Class Recreates African Textiles
African Textiles
9th grade World History students recreated African textiles as a cross curricular art project during their study of Imperialism in Africa.  Students then made a comparison how societies now use flags to identity themselves as people once used textiles to identify themselves. 
Black History Bulletin Board
Black History Board
Chemistry students completed a Black History board.
Explorations in Science

Mechanical Energy

Mechanical Energy
Alden Bennett and Koby Allen explore Mechanical Energy.
Mechanical Energy
Xavier Moon and Ethan Cano perform mechanical lab.
Physics students are exploring topics in Mechanical Energy. They are looking at the effects of Potential and Kinetic Energy, Work, negative work, Conservation of Energy, Mechanical Advantage, and Machine Efficiency. They performed a simple machine and Mechanical Advantage lab. In this lab, they looked at the M.A. and efficiency of levers, inclined planes, and pulley systems.  Students pictured include Alden Bennett, Koby Allen, Xavier Moon, and Ethan Cano.

Atomic Structure and Electron Configuration

Atomic Structure and Electron Configuration
Alyssa Cosby and Emma Whaley perform atomic models lab.
Atomic Structure Lab
Autumn Rogers and Trinity Facen manipulate energy sublevels s and p using manipulatives at the desk.
Physical Science students are exploring topics in Atomic structure and electron configuration. They performed a lab building the atomic models of the first ten elements on the Periodic Table. They had to draw the Bohr Model of the elements and the Electron Configuration. The students were able to manipulate the energy sub levels s and p in this lab using the manipulatives at their desks.
Students pictured: Emma Whaley and Alissa Cosby. Trinity Facen and Autumn Rogers. Andrew Williams and Trenton Dietz.
Right:  Andrew Williams and Trenton Dietz draw the Bohr Model.
Atomic Structure Lab

Cougar Varsity Boys Win 2A Region 8 Area Championship

Basketball Tournament
Basketball Tournament

The Cougar Varsity Boys Basketball Team recently defeated Fayetteville by a score of 70-35 in the Area Tournament . The Cougars then advanced to defeat the Vincent Yellow Jackets on Friday, February 12th, with a final score of 49-46, This win earned the Cougar Varsity Boys the title of 2A Region 8 Area Champions.   

CHS Senior Prom

Students Prepare for Prom
(Left) Students began preparation for April's Senior Prom.  Alden Bennett, Colton Jouppi, and Maxx Reeves work on decorations for the event.  The CHS Senior Prom is set for Saturday, April 24th. 
*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.
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 Handbook

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

Approved 2020-2021 Student Code of Conduct

Coosa County FFA Announces 2020-2021 Officers

The Coosa County FFA slate of chapter officers were recently elected for the upcoming school year. These students will represent Coosa County as they attend FFA & other agricultural events across the state.  Congratulations to the following students who were chosen to represent the Coosa County FFA chapter for the 2020-2021 year:
 
President: JR Chapman
Vice President: Clay Calfee
Secretary: Angela Taylor
Treasurer: Mariah Gilbert
Reporter: Lovin Cryer
Sentinel: Brooklyn Self

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