Golden Eagle Times

October 2, 2017

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Congratulations to the CCHS Girls Golf Team on earning 1st place in the conference! We are so proud of your hard work and determination! Go Eagles!

It is Homecoming Week!

We look forward to a week of celebrating our Golden Eagle Pride. Listen to the Columbia Central Golden Eagles Fight Song!

http://www.myeagles.org/cchs/Images/cchs-fightsong.mp3


Highlighted below are the special events taking place in honor of homecoming:

  • Wednesday,10/4-Powder Puff Football game, 7 PM
  • Thursday, 10/5-CCHS JV football vs. Michigan Center at home, 6:30 PM
  • Friday, 10/6-CCHS Pep Assembly, CCHS Gymnasium, 1:30 PM
  • Friday, 10/6-Homecoming Parade-All participants line up at 4:30 PM on Monroe St. Parade begins at 5 PM.
  • Friday, 10/6-Varsity football vs. Mason Consolidated Schools, 7 PM. The homecoming court will be presented along with a performance from the CCHS Marching Band. Alumni cheerleaders will be invited to take the field as well.
  • Saturday, 10/7-Chad P. Dermyer Soccer Dedication and Alumni Soccer Game, 1 PM
  • Saturday, 10/7-Homecoming Dance, CCHS Cafeteria, 8-11 PM

Student Count Day

COUNT DAY!


COUNT DAY IS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH! PLEASE HELP TO MAKE SURE THAT YOUR STUDENT IS AT SCHOOL AND ON TIME!


THANK YOU!

Important Dates

10/4-Powder Puff, CCHS Football Field, 7 PM

10/6-CCHS Pep Rally, 1:30 PM

10/6-Homecoming Parade, 5 PM

10/6-Homecoming Varsity Football vs. Mason Consolidated Schools, 7 PM

10/7-Homecoming Dance, CCHS Cafeteria, 8-11 PM

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-NEW CONFERENCE DATE FOR JUNIOR HIGH PARENTS

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

11/8-11/10-Communications Camp

The Paint-A-Plow Project was created by the Jackson Transportation Department as a way for area schools to advertise and celebrate their art programs. Once the students finish painting the plow, it will be driven around the area to advertise for the Columbia School District. It is a great opportunity for students to work together on a design!

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:

https://www.collegeboard.org/

Chad P. Dermyer Memorial Soccer Field Dedication

We would like to personally invite our community to a very special event taking place on Saturday, October 7th at 1 PM. On this day, we will dedicate our soccer field in memory of Chad P. Dermyer, Columbia Central Alumni, who lost his life in the line of duty as a Virginia State Police Trooper. We are honored to name our soccer field after a heroic young man who will remain a role model in our community for years to come. There will be an alumni soccer game after the dedication. The Columbia Township Fire and Police Department, along with the Brooklyn Irish Hills Chamber of Commerce, will assist us with the event. Please plan to attend this special ceremony.

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.


We will provide information about clubs, organizations, and other resources. This is a great opportunity to tour the building, meet our staff, and learn about Columbia Central Jr./Sr. High School.

Ms. Sacahr and her French 4 class enjoyed a wonderful trip to City Crepes in downtown Jackson on Saturday morning!

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Please help to support the After Prom Event for Columbia Central High School!

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Mr. Philip

Mr. Philip teaches high school math. He has been a math teacher for over 14 years and was a principal for 9 years. He has taught overseas and in other states. While teaching in Costa Rica, he met his wife. They now have three children together, and all of them are fluent in Spanish and speak it within their home. Mr. Philip is a professional scuba diver and has had the exciting opportunity to skydive, bungee jump, and play a part in a CBS movie of the week. He is a hobby farmer who would like to raise bison. He says "the most rewarding thing that has happened in my life is seeing many students change their lives for the better by working hard and going for their dreams." Please join us in welcoming Mr. Philip to the Columbia School District family!

Trunk or Treat

The Columbia School District is hosting a Trunk or Treat for the children of the community. Columbia area families will come together to enjoy this event.


Trunk or Treat is being held in the Columbia Central High School south parking lot on Sunday, October 29th from 3:30-5:30 PM.


School groups, businesses, and other organizations are invited to participate by hosting a trunk. There is no cost for sponsoring a trunk. We ask that you provide your own candy; we are estimating approximately 2,000 children. Set up for trunks will be available from 2:30-3:15 PM.


Please email Monika Cook at Monika.Cook@myeagles.org, or you may call 517-592-6641 if your organization would like to participate.

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