December 18, 2014

R.B. Wright Annual Toy Run

 

The R.B. Wright Elementary Running Club, coached by PE teacher Holly Lewis, recently held its fourth annual TOY RUN.  Click for full story.  
December 18, 2014
 

 

FFA Meats Team Participate at Region and State

The C.A. Gray Junior High School 8th grade FFA Meats Team recently placed 2nd in the Region and 7th in the State FFA Meats Evaluation & Technology Career Development Event.
 

Team members include: Parker Bullard, Victoria Barber, Mackenzie Blair, and Zack Watson. 

Click here for full story.

   
December 18, 2014

 
C. A. Gray Principal Fred Smith and Grant Chapel Rev. Floyd Narcisse

 

Community Involvement Benefits Students

During the holiday season, we are reminded why we are thankful.  C.A. Gray Junior High is thankful for the great support from a great community!

The Charlie A. Gray Junior High School faculty and staff would like to thank Grant Chapel AME Church for adopting C.A. Gray and making a $200 donation to help the Weekend Backpack Program.

We would also like to extend a special thanks to The Moultrie Junior Woman's Club as well for their donations to the Weekend Backpack Program. These donations help sustain this ever growing program.

December 18, 2014
 

Cox Elementary Students and Staff Support the Pack!

Cox Elementary teachers and staff, along with students, made goodie bags for the Colquitt County Packers to wish them the best in state playoffs.

December 18, 2014
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Doerun Students Challenge Principal Chuck Jones

BETA Club students from Doerun Elementary challenged Principal Chuck Jones, to the MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Ice Bucket Challenge.  Students chose MS for in honor of a previous Doerun Elementary BETA Club student that suffers from the disease.  BETA Club students hope to bring more awareness of this debilitating disease.
 
December 13, 2014
 2014 AAAAAA STATE CHAMPIONS
 

 

 

 Photos courtesy of GPB Sports Facebook Page  
November 24, 2014

 


GO PACK GO!

Colquitt County Packers
2014 AAAAAA 
State Champions

December 11, 2014
 

 All We Want For Christmas is a
State Championship!


Coach Propst told "Santa" that he wanted
students to show up at the Dome to help bring
home the State Championship.

Stringfellow Elementary School Counselor Sandra Richardson decorated her door with the
same theme.  Included in her door decoration is 
memorabilia from the 1994 State Championship
provided by Mr. and Mrs. Al and Joyce Knighton.

GO Pack Go!

 
December 11, 2014
     
The Colquitt County High School FBLA Club is selling posters of Mack Tharpe Stadium/Tom White Field.

If you are interested, please email Jason Van Nus at
jvannus@colquitt.k12.ga.us and include: your name, quantity, and a contact # (or email if preferred).

 * The price is $15 for one poster or $20 for two posters


* The posters are 18x24 inches and will fit in any 18x24 frame.

* The picture was taken at this year's (2014) Lowndes vs. Colquitt game.
December 18, 2014
 

Rhythm Competition Winners


The Colquitt County annual Rhythm Contest for fourth grade participants was recently held at Moultrie Technical Auditorium. After 18 diligent rounds of note reading and precise timing, Sunset’s own Reese Moser and Eu’Nijah Bodiford were awarded the shared declaration of first place in the Rhythm Contest. Sunset Elementary was also proud of the achievements of fourth place recipient Riley Currington and sixth place recipient Olivia Pace. We give lots of thanks and appreciation to choir teacher, Mr. David May, for the direction and instruction given to all of our fourth graders who participated in the Rhythm Contest.
 

December 18, 2015
  Video Conferencing Brings Learning in Pennsylvania to Moultrie

Mrs. Marney Jenkins’ second grade class at Okapilco Elementary School recently participated in a special lesson that was designed to complement their study of plants. Through the magic of video-conferencing, the class connected with a distance educator named Kellie Saraceno at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. The interactive lesson focused mainly on the life cycle and parts of the plant. Click here for full story.
December 9, 2014

 CCHS Wins "Celebrate My Drive $25,000 Grant

   

Picture 1: Pictured left to right:  Colquitt County High School Principal Stephanie Terrell, Superintendent Dr. Samuel DePaul, State Farm local agents: Sharon DeMott, Jeff Jeffords, and Brent Chitty. Picture 2: State Farm officials pictured with Colquitt County High School Principal Stephanie Terrell and the Colquitt County High School Peer Leadership Team.  The Peer Leadership Team, under the direction of Tammy Maxwell, was responsible for organizing the “Holiday Bash” where the surprise announcement was made that CCHS had won the $25, 000 grant.  A special thanks to the Key Club that organized the “Celebrate My Drive” promotion.   Click here for full press release.
 

December 4, 2014
     
The Colquitt County GEAR Gifted Center participated in Epilepsy Awareness Week for a second year in a row.  November is known as epilepsy awareness month, and this subject hits close to home for the GEAR Gifted Center. Two GEAR students have been diagnosed with epilepsy, Tyler Patel (left) and Hayes Lightsey (right) are pictured in the center photo above with their families.

This year GEAR began the month of November with purple bows on all of the doors to the classrooms, as well as, the entrance. The 5th graders participated in t-shirt design contest. Students also participated by wearing purple on Friday, November 21st. Students at GEAR have been very supportive of both students.
Click here for the full story in the Moultrie Observer.
December 4, 2014

Yearbooks On Sale Now
Colquitt County High School Yearbooks can be purchased from Mrs. Cannon in Room 411 or Mrs. Tucker in Guidance for $55 until December 19.  After this, the price increases to $60.  These would make a perfect Christmas present for your CCHS student.

 

December 4, 2014

 

J.M. Odom Elementary - Shadow Shows

Mrs. Holly Faison's fourth grade and Mrs. Lauri Dalton's first grade classes at J.M. Odom Elementary School recently collaborated together to complete their physical science unit on light and shadows. The students worked in groups to create and perform a story from beginning to end using a song of their choice much like the Pilobolus dances. This is a collaborative effort for students to work across grade levels and incorporate arts into our STEM program. The "shadow shows" were performed in front of administrators and some of the students at school.

November 19, 2014
Colquitt County High School - 100 Years of Accreditation

Colquitt County High School was recently recognized for maintaining 100 years of continuous accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI). Colquitt County High School is one of only seven schools in Georgia recognized for achieving this milestone at the AdvancEd Fall Conference on November 3, 2014. Click here for full press release.
 
November 7, 2014

Congratulations, Mrs. Tugwell - Teacher of the Year!

G.E.A.R. Gifted Center teacher Monica Tugwell (center) named Colquitt County Schools' Teacher of the Year.  Doerun Elementary teacher Kati Stephan(left) and Colquitt County High School teacher Adrienne Smith(right) were named as finalists.

Click here for more information on all schools' Teachers of the Year.

Click here to view the Moultrie Observer coverage of the reception.

 
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