Golden Eagle Times
January 8, 2018
1/16-Report cards will be mailed home
1/29-Reality Fair for Seniors
2/2-Winterfest, boys basketball vs. Blissfield, JV 5:30 PM, Varsity 7 PM
2/2-Winterfest dance for 9-12 grades directly following the basketball game
2/15-Final New York trip payment is due
2/16-Half day for students and staff
2/19-President's Day, no school for students and staff
3/1-FAFSA application deadline
3/12-No school for students, Professional Development for teachers
3/15-Blood Drive, CCHS Gymnasium
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
3/29-Half day for students and staff
3/30-4/6-Spring Break, no school for students and staff
SAVE THE DATE
State testing begins directly after Spring Break
4/28/18-Prom, Jackson College Potter Center
6/1/18-Graduation, Jackson College Potter Center
Columbia Central High School Musical Auditions
The high school musical this year is "Nice Work If You Can Get It". Auditions are being held on Monday, January 8 and Tuesday, January 9 in the Choir Room. They are from 6-8 PM. Students only need to attend ONE of the evening auditions. Students should be prepared to sing, read, and dance.
Congratulations Columbia Central!
THANK YOU MARY JOHNS AND THE BEACH BAR!
Winter Sports Conditioning Class
Reality Fair for Columbia Central Seniors on January 29!
Congratulations Business Professionals of America!
Student Senate visits Little Caesars Arena
Join us for the 4th Annual Columbia Cash Bash!
Stay tuned for some exciting student activities with Junior Achievement:
- On January 23 students from Mr. May’s Civics class and Mr. Parkinson’s Business Professional of America group will attend SPARK. This is a one-day youth entrepreneur summit for our students. It is designed to introduce students to business building concepts while participating in interactive activities. This event is being held at the Jackson College.
We will have a team of students from the Business Professionals of America group led by Mr. Parkinson participate in IGNITE. The group of students is assigned a Business Mentor to help them develop and refine a business model. The teams commit to working together 2 hours a week for 6 weeks. Junior Achievement provides online learning modules so students develop the skills needed to create their idea. IGNITE kicks off January 29-March 16 and will take place at Columbia Central.
The final stage for the IGNITE team is to participate in LAUNCH. This is a Shark Tank style competition where the teams meet before a panel of judges to give an oral presentation of their business concept. The overall winning team receives scholarship money, prizes and is able to showcase their business in the Student Business Marketplace. LAUNCH is held on Saturday, March 17 at Baker College.