September 30, 2014
 

A Visit from Johnny Appleseed

Colquitt County School Superintendent Dr. Samuel DePaul visited Doerun Elementary School on September 25, 2014. Dr. DePaul was dressed in character as Johnny Appleseed and read to kindergarten students. Before he left, he gave all the students an apple.

September 30, 2014
 

First Place at Greyhound Invitational

The Colquitt County Middle School Cheerleading Competition Squad traveled to Jones County on Saturday September 27th. They placed first in the Greyhound Cheer Invitational. Way to Go Girls!!

Pictured: Front Row: (Left to Right) Calie Nolan, Elli Whidbly, Ava Mercer, Kendall Humphries, Brenna Blanton, Bailey Rae Murphy, Isabella Jacobs, Sydney Parson, and Harley Griffin. Back Row: (Left to Right): Coach Amy Garner, Kari Hardigree, Meredith Kirbo, Abby Sutton, Kaitlyn Hart, Kayla Fortenberry, Kilby Hunnicutt, Katie Galphin, Julia Tucker, Abby Taylor, and Lanier Baker

September 30, 2014
Learning Both Science and Compassion 

Students from C. Walker’s class of Stringfellow Elementary School display some of the flowers and cards that they made for Colquitt Regional Medical Center and the Hospice group.  The students receive the plant clipping from Lorene Godfrey of Berlin, and they along with their teachers provide nourishment for the plants.  The students learn about plant health (Science) and compassion (Attributes of Leaders). This is the second year that Ms. Walker’s class has provided plants to CRMC.  Their goal this year is to grow 75 plants and make 100 cards to brighten the lives of others.

 
September 29, 2014
Competition Cheerleaders First in Division

On September 27th, the Colquitt County Competition Cheerleaders competed in Jones County. They came in first in their division and second all around with a score of 223. There were a total of 16 teams competing.
 
Pictured from left to right: front row - Haley Martinez, Grace Massey
Second row - Trinity Summerlin, Lexi Morris, Auburn Williams, Kensley Braswell, Jasmine Moses, Karly Fuller, Kaeley Wills
Back Row - ( standing): Aidan Tucker, Sarah Harrell, Coach Carissa McKinney, Mary Grace Edgar, Taylor McCord, Clara Gene Vines, Brooke Porter, Kali Summerlin, Camille Kirkland. Not pictured: Parker Baker, Kinley Weldon
 
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October 3, 2014 | 7:30 PM

Packers vs Lowndes County High School|
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Pre-game Supper hosted by: Colquitt County Special Olympics
Cost: $8 | Menu: Grilled Steak, Au gratin Potatoes, Mixed Veggies,
Texas Toast, Cinnamon Rolls
| Pick-up: from 5:00-7:00 and dine-in from 5:30-7:30

Tickets:  See Special Education Department for tickets or call PEC at 229-890-6192.

September 26, 2014
 
C.A. Gray  ~ Packer Points Of Pride 


Alaina Taylor at Tifton Lamb Show
 
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MacKenzie Blair at the Auburn Block & Bridle Goat Show
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September 16, 2014

 

October 10, 2014 | 7:30 PM

Packers vs Lee County High School|
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Pre-game Supper hosted by CCHS Junior Class
Cost: $8 | Menu: Baked Chicken, Brown Rice, Green Beans, Dinner Roll, Brownie, Tea/Water. | Pick-up from 5:00-7:00 and dine-in from 5:30-7:30

Proceeds go towards the 2015 Jr./Sr. Prom
Tickets: Rodney Traylor at 985-5619 or Susan Corley at 890-6184

 

September 22, 2014
Those Who Read, Succeed!

Colquitt County Board of Education Chairman Patricia Anderson recently visited Funston Elementary School.  During her visit, Mrs. Anderson shared her love for reading with the all the kindergarten classes.  Funston Elementary School has a tradition of inviting guest readers several times monthly.
 
September 22, 2014
 

Ahoy Mateys! 

Cox Elementary School recently held a Reading Kickoff in which the teachers, staff, and students dressed as pirates in support of the school theme, “Sailing the S.E.A.S. (Successfully Educating All Students) to Excellence."  A pirate-themed skit was performed by staff members.  Students were encouraged to explore the “treasures” found in books.

Pictured are: Media Assistant Carolyn Christie, Principal Jim Horne, Media Specialist Ashley, and 3rd Grade Teacher Carli Vick.

September 16, 2014
 

Colquitt County High School
2014 Homecoming Queen


Last year’s Colquitt County High School Homecoming Queen Makeba Ponder, left, and CCHS Principal Stephanie Terrell, second from left, congratulate the 2014 Homecoming Queen, Kristina Scott, Daley Dalton looks on at right.

Photo by: Connie Southwell

September 8, 2014

 Fall 2014 CCHS Canning Plant Schedule

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