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Mrs. Schaff's Class of 2005 - 2006
(currently 8th graders)
Thursday,January 23, 2014, marked the 1st annual Scripps Spelling Bee contest at ChampCooper School. The event was organized by Ms. Tina Head & Mrs. Lacey Ardand judged by Principal Anthony Sciortino. The Bee was held in the school library around 1:00 p.m. Approximately 400 students in grades fourthrough eighth were tested and then twelve students from those grade levelsqualified for the event. The students to qualify were as followed – AlexisCancienne, Summer Falk, Lee Vignes, Ryan Raiford, Miah Madrigal, Gracie Dupree,Jacob Roy, Ethan Morris, Blake Fassler, O’Shawnta Dantzler, Slade Foil (1st runner-up), and Nicholas Fontenot (winner).
The twelve qualifying students were required to spell words correctly without anymistakes in order to qualify for the next round. Eighteen rounds were played before crowningour 2014 Champ Cooper Spelling Bee Champion Nicholas Fotenot. Nicholas is a sixth grade student in Ms.Natalie Watson’s homeroom. His winningword was “shiatsu”. First runner-up toNicholas was Slade Foil. Both did agreat job! Nicholas will now move on tocompete at the district level in Hammond, in partnerships with the Louisiana Children's Discovery Center.
Special congratulations to our participants and winners, and a special thanks to everyone involved to make this event possible.
Pictured from left to right Slade Foil (1st runner-up), Principal Anthony Sciortino, and Nicholas Fontenot (winner).
CCS students and faculty enjoying Red Ribbon Week activities!!!
Boo from the crew at CCS!!!
Champ Cooper School's faculty, staff, and students participated in an All Things Pink Day to raise money for the CCS Relay for Life team and the Susan G. Komen Foundation!!!
Science with Mrs. Trinco
Mrs. Watson's 8th Grade Math Students
Blew Up the Candy!!!
Fire Prevention Week
Theme: Prevent Kitchen Fires
CCS Teachers representing
Fall College & Career Awareness Day!!!
Champ Cooper is part of the
Who Dat Nation!!!
Two employees from the Garden City Group came to Champ Cooper School today to drop off some school supplies. They also spoke with the students about the importance of giving back to the community and doing well in school.
Front row left to right is Devin Steele, Dustin Childress, Ori'una Showers, and Jolie VanGilder. Back row left to right is Jamie Mills, Assistant Principal, Lyndsey Hargrave, Wellness Program Administrator, Evan Sticker, Sara Smith, Kayla Camardi, TJ Hernandez, Joanna Roubique, Assistant Principal, and K.C. Gilbert, Facility Manager.