Congratulations to Cole Camp High School English Teacher, Brittany Latham. She has been chosen as the Rural Secondary Teacher of the year by the Missouri Association of Rural Educators (MARE).
Homecoming candidates. Homecoming will be held on Friday, September 30th at 7:00 p.m. vs. the Tipton Cardinals. The coronation of the Homecoming court will take place at halftime as well as a performance by the High School Band. The Varsity Cheerleaders will be performing 15 minutes before the start of the game, so please plan on taking your seats early!!!
A Grant was received from the America's Farmers Education Program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, will provide enhanced learning opportunities for Cole Camp Middle School students to develop important and leading skills - helping to shape the future of agriculture. Robyn Shearer, Middle School Science teacher applied for the grant.
Five Cole Camp teachers presented at Missouri State Teachers Association's Leadership Symposium on July 18 and 19. Cole Camp CTA was asked by their field representative, Kim Bielinski, to present and share all the activities that they take part in throughout the year. Cole Camp's CTA has been regarded as one of the most active CTAs for their size throughout the state. Feedback was very positive and the group was asked to present four different times to groups, often standing room only. Members presenting were Todd Smart, Lindsey Tinney, Lori McCullough, Carrie Homan, and Elizabeth Smart.
Ashley Campbell, current middle school student, received first place in the National Rural Essay contest for the Elementary division this summer. Ashley's essay was about the pride of the Cole Camp community and school. Ashley proudly displays her National Award with Middle School Principal, Tyler Clark.
On July 8th more than 8,000 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members, advisors, alumni, and guests from across the country gathered in San Diego, California for the 2016 National Leadership Conference. Lainy Williams and Tori Harding were among the members and took part in Students Taking Action with Recognition (STAR) Event competitions at the conference. FCCLA STAR Events are based on the belief that every student is a winner. Competition, evaluation, and recognition all stress cooperation as the basis of success. Both youth and adults work together to manage the events and serve as evaluators of the participants. Throughout the year, FCCLA members tackle issues such as teen violence prevention, traffic safety, family issues, career exploration, and much more. Tori and Lainy competed in the Sports Nutrition Junior Event. Their project focused on planning a nutritional plan for a student athlete and preparing a presentation and display to present the plan. Tori and Lainy received a gold medal in the event!!
CTA at the Cole Camp Fair
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