November 24, 2014

Colquitt County Packers
Region 1 AAAAAA - Region Champions

Third Round State Play-Offs
Packers vs. Milton
7:30 pm

NO  Pre-Game Supper

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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 19, 2014

Sharon Veasey, C.A. Gray Junior High Assistant Principal, Named Assistant Principal of the Year

Sharon Veasey, Assistant Principal at C. A. Gray Junior High School, has been named the 2014 -2015 Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals, “Middle School Assistant Principal of the Year”. Click here for full press release.

November 19, 2014
Stringfellow Elementary School Encourages Parent Involvement

Stringfellow Elementary School Principal Dr. Tret Witherspoon (right) congratulates Mr. Darrell Lee (left).  Mr. Lee & Martha Marshall were named "Parents of the Month" for the month for October. They are the parents of Darrin Marshall & Darrell Lee, Jr.

Parents can be eligible for "Parent of the Month" by attending and participating in school events. They are given Parent Champ Bucks for attending each event. These bucks are put into a drawing for "Parent of the Month". The parent whose name is drawn receives a basket of goodies or a gift card.
November 14, 2015
Culinary Contest Winners!

Congratulations to the following School Nutrition employees who participated in the local GSNA (Georgia School Nutrition Association) Culinary Contest. Everyone presented a tasty and appealing creation. All first place winners will advance to District Competition on January 15th, here in Colquitt County!    First place winners following the District Competition will compete in March at the Le' Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute in Atlanta for state honors.
A special thank you as well to the expert panel of judges:  Cox Principal Mr. Jim Horne, Norman Park Principal Mr. Stacey Rutledge, and Stringfellow Principal Dr. Tret Witherspoon. 
Winners left to right:  Marlene McIntyre(Cox), Jill Paul (Hamilton), and Lou Roseborough (Stringfellow)
Unique Breakfast Cup;
1st--Jill Paul-- (Hamilton)
2nd--Wayne-- Hendrixson (Cox)
3rd--Lisa Holmes--  (Hamilton)
Low Sodium Entrée:
1st--Marlene  McIntyre--(Cox)
2nd--Mae Collins-- (CAG)
3rd--Jackie Gandy--(Hamilton)
Whole Grain Cinnamon Rolls:
1st--Lou Roseborough-- (Stringfellow)
2nd--Jill Paul--   (Hamilton)
3rd--Teresa Carrichi--  (Norman Park)
November 11, 2014


Pictured are students in the welding program
 at Colquitt County High School with equipment that four of them won in a drawing held recently by Lincoln Electric Corporation.  The students assisted Lincoln Electric Corporation and the American Welding Society at the Sunbelt Expo in the Career Opportunities in Welding exhibit.  For assisting, Lincoln entered them in the drawing.  They demonstrated Shielded Metal Arc welding and Gas Metal Arc welding processes using the Lincoln Electric Vrtex Virtual Welding machine.  Lincoln Electric Corporation is an avid supporter of Colquitt County High School’s welding program and readily offers substantial support in training the students due to the critical need for welders in the welding industry. 

Tim Hobbs commented, "It’s awesome to have a corporation like Lincoln Electric to request for our students to assist at such an event. This tells me our program is on the right track, and my students will graduate
with a highly demanded skill." 


Pictured front row, L-R Saul Antonio, Brayan Castro, Cameron Newsome, Carlos Villeda, Jose Barajas, Rebecca Kidd, Tyler Mixon Back row, L-R Instructor Tim Hobbs, Michael Arena, Jose Dominguez, Jose Tepetate, Darrion Porter

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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