The Mississippi Association of School Superintendents has recognized our Food Service and Custodial staff as MASS Heroes! Providing safe and equitable education during the pandemic would not be possible without these hardworking teams. They do amazing work that often goes unrecognized. Thank you for all that you do!
Students who scored 21-27 on the ACT were recognized at the CHS Pep Rally.
On September 9, 2015, Let’s Move! Active Schools, a sub-initiative of First Lady Michelle Obama Let’s Move! campaign, announced its 2015 National Award honorees. The Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award is the top physical activity and physical education distinction for K-12 schools. The award celebrates a school’s commitment to integrating at least 60 minutes of Read More »
Destination Imagination Global Finals 2015 consisted of 1,468 teams from 17 countries! Columbus Middle School Fine Arts Team “Frogeez” won 6th place overall, and 4th place in the Instant Challenge portion of the competition. FINE ARTS Team Members (Frogeez) Genesa Williams, Essence Hughes, Katelyn Lowe, Tierah Macon, Zachary Wilson, Sebastian Rojas & Krishuana Jethrow TECHNOLOGY Read More »
Congratulations to Robert Woodard II, sophomore at Columbus High School, on making it on the 2015 USA Men’s Basketball U16 National Team! He will be representing the U.S. at the 2015 FIBA Americas U16 Championship in Bahia Blanca, Argentina. We are extremely proud of him and will be cheering for him and the U.S. team! Read More »
Congratulations to Sharon Reifers and Franklin School. Last semester Sharon Reifers, Franklin’s Nurse, completed an application to the American Lung Association, Asthma Coalition of Mississippi, Mississippi State Department of Health, and School-based Asthma Management Program outlining Franklin’s Asthma Action Plan. As a result they have received the Asthma Friendly School Award. As an Asthma Friendly Read More »
Columbus Middle School Gifted Education students competed in Boise State’s International Economic Summit hosted by Mississippi College in Clinton, MS on December 3, 2013. Forty-eight teams in grades 7 – 12 from all over Mississippi participated in this prestigious competition. Under teacher Sylvia Collins’ guidance, forty-six Columbus Middle School gifted students prepared three months for Read More »