Coosa County Teens Who Care
Applications are now being accespted for Coosa County teens who wish to be part of the TWC Team. Click below to access the application page.
- 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
School Administrators and Staff Conduct Virtual Parent Meetings
School administration and staff conducted virtual parent meetings for high school students, elementary students, and virtual students to prepare for the return of on-campus learning 5 days a week beginning Tuesday, January 19 (Monday, January 18 is a school holiday). Families will continue to have the option for their students to attend school virtually. For on-campus learning the administration and nursing staff created a three phase plan to keep the school community informed and safe. Working together both in school and out of school by wearing masks, socially distancing whenever possible, washing hands, and sanitizing surfaces, our goal is to continue providing on-campus instruction 5 days a week by keeping our positivity rates low.
CHS Pre Calculus a Complete Polar Equation Desmos Project
After finishing a unit on Complex Numbers and Polar Coordinates, students in our CHS Pre Calculus class were asked to complete a Polar Equation Desmos Project where they had to create four desmos graphs using different colors and styles for the following: Circles centered at the origin and on the positive and negative vertical and horizontal axis, a spiral from 0 to 6π with a trace on 0 to 2π, roses with an even and odd number of petals and a inner loop limacon with a cardioid.
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