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  • Black History Month Program
    Black History Month Program
    The month of February culminated with the Central High School Black History Month program. This year's program was presented by the students and was sponsored by the History Club. Various ninth grade students presented their projects highlighting the contributions on several African-Americans in the fields of science and technology. The musical theater group sang the gospel classic, "Take Me to The King". The Central High School band presented a beautiful rendition of "We Shall Overcome". Check out more pictures and videos of these performances in the Latest News Section.
  • Bryant-Jordan Scholar Athletes
    Bryant-Jordan Scholar Athletes
    Congratulations to Cole Bums and Attalina Edmondson. They were chosen as the male and female candidates from Central High School for the Bryant-Jordan Student Athlete Scholarship program. They were both named as the district winners and will receive $2500 each in scholarships. They will now go on to the state level of the program where they will have the opportunity to receive more scholarship awards. Congratulations to these wonderful student athletes.
  • National FFA Week
    National FFA Week
    In honor of National FFA Week, our FFA officers treated the faculty and staff to some special delicacies.
  • DECA Students Excel at Convention
    DECA Students Excel at Convention
    Recently students from Central High School's DECA organization attended the state convention held in Birmingham. Several students also competed in a variety of events related to business and marketing. Congratulations to the following students who brought home some of the top honors.

    Gaven Bell - 1st place - Innovation Plan

    Cole Burns - 1st place - Sports Marketing Decision Making

    Cole Hammonds, Riley Milstead, and Brad McCormick - 3rd place - Team Sports Marketing Promotion Plan

    Jake Lipham and Josh Taylor - 2nd place - Team Management Marketing Decision Making
  • Read Across America
    Read Across America
    In honor of Dr. Seuss' 114 birthday, the Clay County Schools observed Read Across America with a week long celebration. These drama students helped out by going to Lineville Elementary School dressed as characters from some of Dr. Seuss' books. They participated in character parades and read to several classes. They are pictured with LES librarian, Meredith Denson. Their participation was organized by parental involvement coordinator, Connie Bass.
  • Health Clinic
    Clay County Public Schools, in collaboration with the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Alabama Department of Education, will participate in a school-based adolescent Tdap, Meningococcal, and HPV cancer prevention vaccine clinic. These vaccines will be offered to all children 11 years old and older. Authorization forms will be sent home to all 11 year olds and any known student who is delinquent of the Tdap vaccine (which is a mandatory vaccine for children 11 years old and older.) If you are interested in your child receiving the Meningococcal and HPV vaccine contact your child’s school nurse for an authorization form.
    In 2017, the Alabama Department of Public Health conducted outbreak investigations statewide and found 2,000 students, faculty, and staff were exposed to diseases which are preventable with vaccine. Clay County Public School System highly recommends you to allow your children to participate in this vaccine clinic. The school nurse will check your child’s immunization record to ensure it is necessary for your child to receive the vaccine(s).
    The clinic is scheduled for March 16, 2018 for all campuses.
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