21-22 CHS 7th-12th Grade Supply List

21-22 CHS Supply List
2021 Summer Learning Programs Flyer
Youth Baseball Softball Flyer


Summer Chromebook Check-Out

Central High School Students who are interested in checking out their chromebooks and chargers for the summer need to return a completed 2021 Summer Chromebook Checkout Form. Forms can be picked up from CHS Library or accessed by clicking the link here. 

Honor Guard Presents Colors

Honor Guard
The Central Honor Guard presented the colors at the Health and Wellness Fairr in Sylacauga's Central Park on Saturday, May 15th.

2021 Coosa Central Volleyball Roster

Varsity:  Daja Pearson, Brynli Mitchell, Tori Davis, Raamiah Gaddis, Alissa Cosby, Sterling Heath, JaNes Wycoff, McKay Kelly, Markee Goff, Kali Snell, Sidney Thornton, Eden Nickolson


Junior Varsity:  Kaylie Hand, Rebecca Burton, Caroline Thornton, Kaziyah Moon, Imiyah Reese, Traci Cox, Brynlee Hawthorne, Serenity Goolsby, Makaila Wood, Re'Niyah Gibbs, Meori Smith, Abigail Mizzell, Alisa McCook, Reese Lee

Preschool registration

2021-2022 Coosa County Schools Approved Calendar

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


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.
For information regarding the 2021-2022 Re-Opening Plan please click the picture below.
Revised Re-opening Plan 2021 Click for Link to the PDF of the entire Plan.
Healthy Choices
During Summer Learning 4-H sessions Ms. Gianna taught students about making healthy choices. Students drew food that would make a healthy plate and illustrated other healthy choices such as going outside and playing. Students then played a game to reinforce the healthy choices they learned about in their 4-H session.
In another Summer Learning 4-H session with Mrs. Reichert students investigated pictures of wild animal tracks and scat replicas (animal fecal droppings)  to identify which animals they were left by.
High school performers and athletes have been preparing for the upcoming school year. Students have been attending band camp under the direction of Mr. Ingram and color guard camp under the direction of  Ms. Redmond. Students have also been attending athletic workouts and practices directed by coaches Bailey, Bell, Elliott, Thomas, Weeks, White, and Wilson.
School Calendar
Central Graduates are Going Places, Sometimes Even Together!

Ashley Jones and Ashley Leonard work together at UAB Hospital.  Ashley Jones graduated from Central in 2013, she is employed at UAB as a registered nurse in the Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.  Jones holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Samford University and is currently working on her Master of Science degree in Nursing to work as a pediatric primary care Nurse Practitioner.  Ashley Leonard, also graduated from Central in 2013, she is employed at UAB as a registered nurse in the Mother Baby Unit.   Leonard has a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from UAB and she is currently working on her Master of Science degree as well. 

Mallory Bullard-Whitley and Baylee Meadows are working together at Mallory B. Whitley Law, LLC.  Mallory graduated from Central in 2012.  Mallory holds a bachelor's degree from Auburn University in Political Science and Psychology and graduated from Cumberland School of Law in 2018.  Her law firm, Mallory B. Whitley Law, is located in Rockford.  Baylee Meadows graduated from Central in 2017.  She is a rising 2L at Faulkner's Thomas Goode Jones School of Law.  Baylee is currently interning with Mallory at her law firm in Rockford.

Jones and Leonard
Whitley and Meadows
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.
Teachers at Central Elementary and High School have been attending Professional Development sessions this week.  The elementary teachers learned the Sonday System for reading intervention as part of the implementation of the Literacy Act.  High School teachers prepared the curriculum and pacing guide  for the implementation of the ACT Prep, ASVAB Prep, and WorkKeys Prep classes all 9th- 12th grade students will be enrolled in during the upcoming school year.  These prep classes will help the students prepare for success on the entrance exams for college, military, and work.  High school teachers also worked on the components that will go into the individual student portfolios that will also be implemented in the upcoming school year. Student portfolios will include items such as resumes, award certificates, entrance exam score sheets, etc. that will assist students in preparing for college, military, or work.
Elementary PD
Portfolio PD
Prep Class PD
Kay Jennings, Central graduate and Executive Director of Talladega Clay Randolph Child Care Corporation (TCR) presented the Coosa County school board members with an update on the proposal of opening an additional Head Start and Early Head Start program in Coosa County.  The Head Start program located in Goodwater will continue operations while the new, additional program would be  located in the former Central High School building adjacent to the current Central Elementary and Central High Schools.  Mrs. Jennings was joined by Kelly Mumper, Cheaha Regional Head Start Director, who helped secure a $343,456.00 grant to renovate a portion of the former Central High School building into a state of the art Head Start program. We are thankful at the prospect of having a state of the art early childhood education program adjacent to Central Elementary and High Schools and what this will mean to Coosa County families and students entering kindergarten. Additionally, this presents a unique opportunity for fulfilling the vision of Central High School students gaining work experience in real world settings. 
TCR Presentation

A second presentation at the Board of Education meeting last Thursday was from Reagan Cardwell, representing the Student Government Association (SGA) of Central High School.  Reagan presented the board members with Coosa County Schools Board Member polo shirts in appreciation for helping SGA spread all the good news about what our students and staff are doing at Coosa County Schools. School board members are pictured in their new shirts alongside the district they represent.





The first session of Coosa County Schools Summer Learning program ended with a visit from some pretty exciting guests. Coosa County Schools partnered with the Alabama Nature Center (ANC) to teach our students about Alabama's ecosystems. ANC surprised our students by bringing their gopher tortoise, Big Mama, as well as pine snake for the students to pet. Parents can still register their child for the second session of the Coosa County Schools Summer Learning program, July 12-23, by going to www.coosaschools.k12.al.us







Central High School students had the opportunity to volunteer during the Summer Learning camps in order to earn their required Cougar Courtesy Hours (25 hours a year for 9th-12th graders and 5 hours a year for 7th-8th graders). Zyriah Meadows, pictured, said, " It was fun volunteering with the elementary children and capturing the fun."















Accordia Health is partnering with Coosa County Schools to offer the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine to Kids (12+) and Families!






Casting for fish

Teachers continue to make learning fun during Literacy Camp this week as students went "fishing" for words and sounds in Mrs. Wells room.


Egg drop
Egg drop
Egg drop

The Cougar Cubs STEM camp students are designing and constructing their prototype for the "Edd Drop." The Egg Drop project introduces students to physics concepts as they  use various materials and problem solve to build a device which needs to act somewhat like a parachute in that the descent needs to be slowed in order to resist the force of gravity and ultimately protect the raw egg from the fall.


High School Helpers
Janet Carr
SGA Presentation
ANC Tortoise
Summer Learning Volunteers
Summer Learning Volunteers
ANC Snake
Summer Learning Volunteers
Summer Learning Volunteers
Covid Vaccine Flyer
Painted fish
Under the direction of Mrs. Lovelady 4-H students learned the parts of a fish as they painted a fish and went “fishing” after they learned how to cast a rod. 

Mrs. Porch leads an edible 4-H lesson to learn about the importance of soil in growing plants by learning the purpose of the different layers of soil, bedrock, parent soil, subsoil, topsoil, and organic matter.



Central High School students have been volunteering at the elementary school the last two weeks assisting with the different learning camps. Volunteering provides the opportunity to gain real-world experience as well as earn the required Cougar Volunteer Hours for graduation.











"After 24 years, Janet Carr has decided to retire from the Coosa County School System as an instructional aide.  Her tenure in Coosa County Schools began at Goodwater Elementary School in 1997 after receiving a phone call from Dr. William Campbell.  "He needed an aide for a student who had multiple needs.  That year I learned patience and unconditional love, " states Carr.  All of her experience has been in special education as an instructional aide working directly with students with the exception of one year when she worked in a resource room for teachers making copies and checking out activity resources for teachers to use in their classrooms.  She has worked at Central Elementary, Middle and High School throughout the years.  Mrs. Carr has enjoyed her time working with many very special students that have been in the school system and hopes she has had a positive impact on them.  She has already signed up to substitute for the upcoming school year."    
Robotics Students
Bus Riders
Stem Camp
Stem Camp
Stem Camp
Summer Learning Kicks-Off at Central Coosa

Members of the Master Builders robotics team had a great time as they participated in a week-long camp last week.  The camp was taught by Mr. Nick Nicholson. Campers learned new skills such as using a gyroscope to program their robots.  Teams then competed to earn points by finishing missions and racing against each other. Kyle Ballard and Wyatt Kimbell were the first place winners and Kaleb Ballard and Matthew Eubanks were the runners-up. The robotics team is sponsored by Meg Aman and Angela Hughes. 

Students started loading the buses Monday morning at the community schools to kick-off the summer learning programs at Central Coosa. Information for the Summer Learning programs, transportation, and registration are on the attached flyer. 

Students attending the STEM camp this week built skyscrapers out of different materials using engineering and design processes. 

Mrs. Lovelady from Coosa County 4-H leads the students in a hands-on activity dissecting a flower to learn the parts and their purpose.

Ms. Zachery and Ms. Wells get the students up and moving as they lead student reading activities during Literacy Camp.

Students enjoy a Brain Break during Literacy Camp.
Coosa County Teens Who Care and Aletheia House are partnering with the Coosa County Sheriff’s Department for a prescription drug take back (flyer attached).
4-H Students
Literacy Camp
Literacy Camp
Literacy Camp
CES and CHS held luncheons to honor our two June retirees, Mrs. Luanne Adams and Mrs. Janet Carr.  It was an afternoon of laughter and tears as we shared memories of their careers.  Although we are sad to lose these two caring educators, we wish them well as they begin the next season in their lives.
Mrs. Adams Coosa County Schools journey began in 1998 when she was hired to work as a Special Education Aide at West Coosa Elementary in Weogufka where she was employed for four years. Mrs. Adams then transferred to Central High School in Hanover for one year. When the new elementary and middle School were completed for operation she transferred down the hill to the elementary school. The first year she worked as Special Education Bus Aide and Classroom Aide. The next year she began a journey with a student entering kindergarten and remained with him through each grade assisting him in regular education classrooms until he graduated in 2017. Mrs. Adams says, "My personal education was greatly enhanced through those high school years; I felt like I was in school again!" Mrs. Adams then returned to the middle school where she continued with the same group of girls into high school until she retired on June 1, 2021. Mrs. Adams says, "Many rewards came from working with these students. The love you have for each other and seeing them learn and progress in their lives is a wonderful experience! I thank God for my 23 years spent in the Coosa County School system. I will always hold all of the students and co-workers (FAMILY) close in my heart for the rest of my life. I love you all!"
The Central High School cheerleading squad, along with their sponsor, Mrs. Bailey, have been attending UCA Cheer Camp at Auburn University this week. The camp provides the opportunity for the squad to showcase and learn new skills and routines as well as build friendships and memories.  In addition, the girls have an opportunity to explore college life by visiting and living on campus for a week. The squad, McKay Kelley, Meori Smith, Katie Meeks, Alissa Cosby, Kelsey McLaughlin, Brynli Mitchell, Tyneshia Strong, Danni Morgan, and Makenzie Paris pose for a picture after earning a Superior ribbon for Camp Cheer Evaluations.  Mrs. Bailey says, " We are having a blast, but we are definitely all tired and sore from all the hard work."

Mrs. Adams with her students
CHS Cheerleaders

2021 Central High School Graduation

You could see smiles on everyone's faces last Thursday evening as Central High School seniors took their place on the field at Keith Bullard Stadium for the 2021 commencement ceremony.  Seniors were led in by the Central Honor Guard and teachers Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. White.  Assistant Principal Rodrick James welcomed everyone, Mrs. Anitra Belyeu sang the National Anthem, and SGA president Tytiuna Isom led the Pledge of Allegiance and words of thanks. Words of inspiration and congratulations were provided by Superintendent of Education, David Stover, Salutatorian, Kera Dunham, and Valedictorian, Olivia Hay. Students were recognized for their achievements including Top 10 graduates, Career Tech Completers, Military Enlistees, and Scholarship Recipients. Principal Brandi Lee was joined by Superintendent Stover and Assistant Principal James in awarding the seniors their diplomas.  Special thanks to CHS counselor Misty Wade for organizing the graduation ceremony. 

Scientific Reasoning Lab

Scientific Reasoning Lab
Scientific Reasoning Lab
Scientific Reasoning Lab
Scientific Reasoning Lab
Last week, Chemistry and Physical Science performed a scientific reasoning lab. In part, this was a lab to review concepts learned throughout the year using the Scientific method and lab techniques. It was also an identification lab. The students had to determine what an unknown substance was using samples and indicators. Pictured are my Chemistry students Kiya McGinnis, Brynli Mitchell, Lexie Griffin, Ja’Myia Marbury, and Parker Sanders.

Academic Awards Ceremony

Awards Ceremony
Awards Ceremony
The high school held Academic Awards programs for 7th-8th grade students, 9th-11th students, and a special ceremony for 12th grade students. Students were recognized for their academic achievements such as Honor Roll, Outstanding Student, and Most Improved Student.  Students were also recognized by their club organizations for their service to their school and community. At the special evening program for seniors counselor Misty Wade awarded over $300,000 in scholarships to our seniors. 

Baccalaureate Service

Seniors enjoyed a sunset Baccalaureate Service (faith based graduation service) Sunday evening at New Home Church.  SGA president, Tytiuna Isom was the mistress of ceremonies and also treated her classmates to a song. Pastor Todd opened the service with a prayer and Brittany Hogan of Limitless Groups delivered an inspiring message to the seniors. Senior SGA member Olivia Hay provided the closing remarks and prayer.

Athletic Banquet

Athletic Banquet
Athletic Banquet
Athletes and guests were invited to an Athletic Banquet Friday evening at the Joe N. Belyeu gymnasium.  Athletic Director Deborah Phillips was the mistress of ceremonies, SGA president Tytiuna Isom led the attendees in the pledge and blessing, Principal Brandi Lee provided a welcoming message, counselor Misty Wade recognized athletic scholarship recipients Kera Dunham, Olivia Hay, Tytiuna Isom, and Quin Brooks and scholar athletes that achieve both academically and athletically.  Coaches recognized their athletes for achievement in their sport.  Superintendent David Stover provided closing remarks. 

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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