PBIS Mardi Gras Parade
Mrs. Schaff's Kindergarten Class
Celebrating the 100th Day of School
PBIS Christmas Dance
Breakfast with a Book
2014 - 2015 CCS 5th Grade
2nd Six Weeks Cougar List Recipients
Pre-K - 2nd Grade:
Ty Arthur, Joshua
Hollemann, Alethiah Kelly, Mallory Howard, A’Yanni Holliday, Mia Martinez (back
row) Jaedyn Hollins, Logan Shelton, Kevin “Scottie Covert, Julianna Derks,
Gabriel Bricker, Annalee Presley, Jacob Harvey3rd Grade:
Chase Folse, Kanaan House, Alexandra Woods, Lillian Williams4th Grade:
Payton Mouton, Keziah Kelly, Mick Bradford5th and 6th Grade:
Bethany Dragg, Nicole Hysmith, Hannah Thompson, Elijah
Guerra, Brianna Blow, Henri Ransefore, Lily Daugherty7th and 8th Grade:
Amari Wilford, Ryan Rock, Faith Gatlin, Cody Joachim,
Lochlyn Beauchamp, Triston Cobart
1st Six Weeks Cougar List Recipients
Pre-K - 2nd Grade: Amelia Tippitt, Andrew Reno, Brady Smith, Jadyn Mataya, Harold La Rose, Layla East, John Myers, Chelsea Cyprian, Sara Bradford, Anna Chaisson, DeMundre Seymour, Phoenix Jones, Ciara Wilkerson, Justin Olmstead 3rd Grade: Allison Lloyd, Avery Pritchard, Kandyss Mills Troy Mairiakis
4th Grade: Laleiya Holliday, Collin Smith, Christa Burns
5th & 6th Grade:
Skylar Schilling, Justice Kelly, Geralcoe Toney, Desirae Hemstad, Kaylee Morgan, Jaylee Womack
7th & 8th Grade: Julianne Johnson, Blair Vignes, Logan Giannobile, Sydney Sampson, Katelyn Dollar, Austin Phillips, Jordan Jackson
CCS Students Celebrating
Red Ribbon Week
with Crazy Sock Day!!!
CCS Faculty is Fang-tastic!
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Mrs. Trinco's Science Classes
5th graders used the steps of the
scientific method to investigate how many drops of water a penny will hold.
6th grade students studied
experiment design by constructing a tower from a maximum of 10 sheets of paper
that was taller than it was wide and could hold a textbook for a minute. The
best design held 42 books before toppling over.
Crazy Sock Day!!!
The CCS Family Welcomes...
Brittany Bickford, Jill Willie, Chelsey Gerarve, Amanda Alessi, Chante Buchanan, and Jamie Mills.