Golden Eagle Times
March 6, 2018
3/9-Communications Camp Lock In, 6 PM-12 AM, CCHS
3/12-No school for students, Professional Development for teachers and staff
3/15-Blood Drive, 8:30 AM-2:30 PM, CCHS Gymnasium
3/15-Girls on the Move, 3:30-4:30 PM, 5-8 grade, CCHS Library
3/16-End of the third marking period
3/16- Advanced Placement test money due to Mrs. Diefenthaler
3/16, 3/17 & 3/18-"Nice Work If You Can Get It" Musical, Columbia Performing Arts Center
3/20-First Floral Design Class, 2:45-4:15 PM, Mrs. Samson's classroom
3/21-Spring Parent Teacher Conferences for junior high and high school, 5-8 PM
3/24-Marshmallow Drop, Napoleon Airport, 2 PM
3/26-JCEC Parent Meeting for 8-11 grade students, 5:30 PM, CCHS Library
3/29-Half day for students and staff
3/30-4/6-Spring Break, no school for students and staff
4/9-4/13 New York trip, Testing week
4/18-Junior High Spring Pictures
5/1-Seniors must report their commitment to Jackson County Early College
SAVE THE DATE
State testing begins directly after Spring Break
4/19-Job Shadowing Day for 11th-grade students
4/27 & 4/29-Junior High Play, The Trial of the Big, Bad Wolf
4/28-Prom, Jackson College Potter Center
5/29-Senior Awards Night
5/30-Senior Breakfast and Graduation Practice
6/1-Graduation, Jackson College Potter Center
6/6-Last Day (1/2 day)
Red Cross Blood Drive
Superintendent's Recognition Award
Junior High Yearbooks for Sale!!!
Please do not miss out on purchasing a Columbia Central Junior High School yearbook. Each page is filled with friends, photos, and fun memories!
Pre-order your child's copy today at
using our school's Yearbook ID Code 10409118
Can't remember if you already purchased online? Go to ybpay.lifetouch.com and get records of your previous orders by email.
Please join us for Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences at Columbia Central Jr./Sr. High School!
- A chance to review your child's progress.
- Opportunities to encourage further growth in each academic area.
- Possible course recommendations for the next school year.
- Special presentations and student work displayed in the building.
- Raffles for free prize give away's to those who attend.
Congratulations to our Golden Eagles of the Week-Brian Pickford, Kayli Schulz, and Kayla Slusher!
Jackson County Early College Update
There will be a parent informational meeting for students in grades 8-11 on March 26 at 5:30 PM in our library.
Please check out their Facebook page for more information:
Junior High Penny Wars
Money is worth “points” based on its monetary value.
· Pennies = +1 point
· Nickels = -5 points
· Dimes = -10 points
· Quarters = -25 points
· $1 Bills = -100 points
· $5 Bills = -500 points
· $10 Bills = -1,000 points
· $20 Bills = -2,000 points
There’s another key rule in a Penny War. Pennies give your team positive points—while nickels, dimes, quarters, and any dollar bills take points AWAY from the team’s total. Therefore, you want to put PENNIES in YOUR TEAM’S jar (positive points). However, you want to put nickels, dimes, quarters, and dollar bills (negative points) in the jars of OTHER TEAMS. The goal is for your team to have the most POSITIVE points by the date for the end of the fundraiser (March 16). The winning team will have root beer floats during lunch!
Junior High Science Needs
The 7th-grade classes are completing a cross-curriculum with Language Arts about sound. Donations of white posterboard would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much!