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Information Letter from the School Nurse and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.......

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State-Wide Essay Winner for D.A.R.E DARE Essay Winner FES

Millie Laster from Friendship Elementary has been announced as the STATE-WIDE Essay winner for DARE.  Millie wrote her essay about how drugs had impacted her life and won the county competition with her submission.  From there, her essay was entered into the state competition and she was picked as the TOP WINNER for the state of Tennessee for 5th grade. 

Cavs Read Summer Readers Celebrate Summer Readers

Students completing the Cavs Read Summer Reader Challenge celebrated with ice cream sundaes in the library. Students participated by reading 3 books of their choice and completing an online book review of each. 

Haley Williams Named 2019 Crockett County Teacher of the Year Haley

Mrs. Haley Williams was named 2019 Crockett County Educator of the Year by the Crockett County Chamber of Commerce during their annual banquet on August 22.  Mrs. Haley is the CTE Director at CCHS, where she also teaches agriculture classes and advises FFA. 

Rules about Stopping for School Buses (CCMS) This is NOT a Suggestion!

When a school bus stops and displays its alternating red warning lights, for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers, every operator of a motor vehicle or motorcycle meeting or overtaking the school bus from any direction shall bring the motor vehicle or motorcycle to a complete stop before reaching the school bus.

The operator of the motor vehicle or motorcycle shall not start up or attempt to pass in any direction until the school bus vehicle has finished receiving or discharging its passengers and is in motion again.

Any person who violates these laws may be fined not less than $250 nor more than $1,000.

CCHS Marching Band Receives $1,000 Donation Band Donation

The Crockett County Marching Cavaliers received a $1,000 donation from Little General, owned by Cox Oil, on July 26, 2019. Thank you for your continued support of our school and community!  Photo courtesy of Cynthia Kilburn, The Crockett County Times

CCHS FFA Students Gain National Recognition 2019 Ag Award

Congratulations to Abigail Meck and Katelynn Matthews for receiving national recognition at the 2019 National FFA Agriscience Fair. These students conducted a research project and formulated a research paper in order to compete in this event. We are very proud of their hard work and success.