COLD SPRINGS HIGH
March 12th - Report cards go home
Spring Break - March 30th-April 3rd
Coach Justin Cornelius
Coach Corn will be our new head football coach, and we are excited to see what his future holds on the field and in the classroom. He has had an impact on the students and faculty during his time here.
Thank you, Coach Corn, for all you do!
CSH Band on the Go!
Student of the Month
Students prepare for the ACT
On Tuesday, March 10th CSH Juniors will be taking the ACT with writing. Students have been preparing for this test by participating in the John Bayler On to College Program.
To give you more of an insight as to how taking the ACT will help your student please read the information below.
- Is accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the United States;
- Has been approved for use in No Child Left Behind and Annual Yearly Progress accountability;
- Will enable school and district leaders to track student performance with aggregate and standards-based reporting past high school classes;
- Will be used as an instructional improvement program statewide to improve the college and career readiness of Alabama students;
- Will raise college awareness and exposure among all students, rather than just self-selected, college-bound students now that it is administered statewide;
- Will provide user-friendly information about how ACT tests align with state standards.
The ACT Individual High School Reports are excellent tools that can be used by counselors and teachers as they assist students in preparing for their futures. Educators will know the students' educational strengths and weaknesses, areas of need, college plans, and career interests. Teachers and administrators will use the ACT Profile Report in intervention, curriculum review, course planning, collaboration, and professional development.
Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, the ACT with Writing will be counted as the accountability measure for high school assessments (math, English, and science.)
Girls Basketball Team Awarded Volunteer Group of the Year!
On February 19th the Cold Springs Lady Eagles won the Cullman Parks, Recreation, and Sports Volunteer Group of the year award. The girls spent countless hours with the therapeutic group last fall and winter. Some of the activities included helping with the Miracle League Baseball games, Cullman County Fair, Halloween Bash, and Christmas Party.
The girls along with boys also hosted a basketball camp last month for the Hoop Stars. We are extremely proud to have student-athletes that are willing to volunteer so much time with our special needs children and adults from across the county.