Golden Eagle Times
November 6, 2017
Please Attend the Columbia School District Veterans Day Assembly
Columbia School District is proudly sponsoring a Veterans Day Assembly on Friday, November 10th at 9:00 AM. Please help by inviting any friend or relative you may have that served in our armed forces. Please call the high school office to RSVP for any Veteran who will attend. You may also email Christi.ONeil@myeagles.org. We need to know the individual's name and branch of service/military rank. We will also need to know what student at Columbia Central they are affiliated with. If at all possible for the Veteran, please wear uniforms or other service/patriotic clothing.
All of our special guests are invited to arrive at 8:30 AM to Columbia Central High School for coffee and muffins. The assembly will include special music, a guest speaker, reading of the Veterans’ names and will last approximately one hour.
If you have any questions, please contact the school offices.
11/7- Challenge Day, 7th grade
11/10-District Veterans Day Assembly, 8:30 AM-Breakfast, 9 AM-Assembly
11/14-Fall Academic Awards, CCHS Auditorium, 6:30 PM
11/17-Half day for students and staff
11/17, 11/18 and 11/19-Fall Musical, Peter Pan
11/22-11/24-Thanksgiving Break, No school
12/4-12/8-Annual Food Drive
12/6-Seniors submit grad orders during lunch hours. Mail and web orders are due by December 22.
Congratulations to our Columbia Central Quiz Bowl Team!
This year's Quiz Bowl team had a successful campaign. The team finished in 3rd place in the Jackson Area Quiz Bowl league with victories over Michigan Center, Onsted, and Vandercook Lake. The team also competed in the final season of Quiz Busters.
1) Katie Powell - Senior
2) Tanner Stevens - Senior
3) Jeanine Galvan - Senior
4) Peter Hayes - Senior
5) Rebecca Yang - Senior
6) Trevor Wesolowski - Senior
7) Zach Hyliard - Junior
8) Jesse Galvan - Sophomore
9) Grant Pfister - Sophomore
Congratulations to our Robotics Team!
Phillip Coughlin (CCJH)
Asher Feldvary (CCJH)
Timothy Schneider (CCJH)
Tommy Schneider (CCJH)
Lance Drake (CCJH)
Zac Babcock (CCJH)
Eric Nordan (Napoleon Junior High)
Please attend the Fall Musical, Peter Pan!
Peter Pan A Musical Adventure
Columbia Central High School
November 17th & 18th at 7 pm and November 19th at 2 pm
$7.00/Adult: $5.00/Student: Ages 3 and under/free
Columbia Cash Bash, February 24, 2018
The 4th annual Cash Bash will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2018, from 5 pm to 10:30 PM at the Gene Davis & Sons Banquet & Convention Center. The cost is $80 per ticket, and each ticket will admit two people. Tickets are available for purchase in all district offices.
Senior Cap and Gown Graduation Information
December 6-Seniors submit grad orders during lunch hours. Mail and web order deadline is December 22.
Payment-$50 deposit is requested. Orders totaling less than $50, please make the payment in full.
Balance Due-Statements will be emailed to those with a balance due the beginning of each month. The total balance must be paid by March 15.
Distribution-Grad products, excluding cap and gown, will be distributed to students in late April or early May. Caps and gowns will be distributed to students in May.
Caps and Gowns-The cost is $31. Students are permitted to wear a gown from a sibling or neighbor and can purchase a matching cap and tassel for $18.
Senior Grad Products Text Reminders
To receive a text reminder the day grad information is distributed to the seniors, the day before orders are due and the day before orders are distributed, register with these credentials:
26098 (send your text to this number)
events cchs1012#18 (enter this code in the message
Senior Portrait and Quote Information
Must show face
Professional photo (no selfies)
Must be dressed appropriately
They do not need to be portrait style
Must be 20 words or less
Must be appropriate (No explicit language or imagery)
You may email both of these to Elizabeth.Eccles@myeagles.org.
Challenge Day for 7th Grade Students
There are 46 Columbia Central Junior High School 7th grade students attending Challenge Day on Tuesday, November 7. This is a national program that our 7th grade students participate in each year. Challenge Day is an experiential social and emotional learning program for grades 7-12 and offers schools and youth organizations an opportunity to ignite a shift toward greater school connectedness, empathy, and inclusivity. To find out more information about Challenge Day, please use the link below: