Golden Eagle Times
October 9, 2017
Parent-Teacher Conferences are Tuesday Evening, 5-8 PM
PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES!
We encourage parents of 7th-12th grade students to attend conferences on the evening of October 10th from 5-8 PM. Refreshments will be served along with a special gift card giveaway.
- 7th and 8th grade student-led conferences will be held in the Columbia Central Library from 5-8 PM.
- All high school teachers will be available to speak with parents in their classrooms from 5-8 PM.
- There will be an informational parent meeting held at 6:30 PM regarding college preparation, dual enrollment, and planning for the future. The meeting will take place in the auditorium.
We look forward to seeing you there. Please contact your child's teacher if you are unable to attend and would like to meet at an alternate time.
It's a Great Day to Be a Golden Eagle!
Memories from Homecoming 2017
Columbia Central Junior High
10/10-Parent Night, CCHS Auditorium, 6: 30 PM (Info on college prep, testing out, dual enrollment, etc.)
10/10-7th-12th grade Parent Teacher Conferences, 5-8 PM, full day of school for students
10/11-PSAT/National Merit Qualifier Test (10th & 11th grades)
10/11-PSAT 9th grade
10/17-College and Career Fair, CCHS Gymnasium, 9:30-11:30 AM
10/20-End of first marking period
10/23-No school for students, professional development for staff
10/25-Girls on the Move, CCHS Media Center, 3:30-5 PM
10/26-Blood Drive, CCHS Gymnasium, 9 AM-2PM
10/29-Trunk or Treat, CCHS parking lot area, 3:30-5:30 PM
11/7-Fall Academic Awards, CCHS Auditorium, 6:30 PM
Kona Ice will be sold at lunch on Tuesday. This is the final sale until Spring. The cost is $3-$5.
PSAT Testing is on Wednesday for 9th, 10th and 11th grade
PSAT-NATIONAL MERIT QUALIFIER TEST
Both the PSAT and the PSAT-NMSQT will be given at Columbia Central High School on Wednesday, October 11th.
- PSAT will be provided to 9th grade students.
- PSAT-NMSQT will be provided to 10th and 11th grade students.
This assessment is great practice for the SAT and can qualify students for scholarship programs. The results can also help lead students to choose the right AP course to take. It tests knowledge of reading, writing, language, and math. The focus is on what students have already learned in school and what students need to succeed in college.
For more information about the PSAT and SAT, click on the College Board link below: