February 5, 2009 RSS feed / Schools

UWA graduates from this area announced

The University of West Alabama honored more than 700 graduates during commencement exercises Saturday, Dec. 13, 2008. President Richard D. More...

McCaskill and Lewis win Awards

Curian McCaskill was selected as the DAR Good Citizen. Curian was selected because he was voted to best meet the award standards of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools and communities. More...

Clarke County High School Places Second in the County

CCHS students learned the true meaning of giving by helping the school raise $1,285.98 for the Salvation Army Bell ringing program. The activities were organized by DECA and executed by the student organizations on campus. More...

Superintendent Pugh has first school board meeting

Superintendent of Education Woodie Pugh's first board of education meeting last Thursday was fairly short and routine but a closed executive session followed the open session to discuss the "good name and character" of an individual. More...

Argument leads to shooting; one injured and one arrested

An altercation resulted in the shooting of a Jackson man Tuesday, Jan. 27. According to Jackson Police Det. Richard Harvey, the incident took place around 8 p.m., at a residence in the 100 block of Miller Street. More...

Memory Tree Update

We have reached our halfway mark in our fundraising for the Memory Tree! Spanish Club students raised over $3,750 last semester. If you have a child who graduated from CCHS, perhaps you would like to purchase a bronze leaf to honor your child. More...

CCHS Club Happenings

The clubs at CCHS have been very busy. Fellowship of Christian Athletes, sponsored by Jaimi Bradford, attended the FCA Chick-Fil-A Senior Bowl Rally. College athletes and NFL coaches spoke and gave their testimonies at the rally. More...

Foreign Exchange Students

This year, CCHS has the pleasure of teaching two exchange students. Bodisanaa Semer is from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Ulaanbaatar has a population of 2,500,000 people. At CCHS, he has adopted the name "Bodi" for short. Bodi has two sisters. More...