See local college athletes and former Golden Eagle πŸ’›πŸ¦…πŸ’™ volleyball player Kenadee in action at Jackson College!
11 days ago, Pamela Campbell
πŸ›© Jets!
Congratulations to our Jr High Cross Country runners!πŸ’™πŸ¦…πŸ’›πŸ‘πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒπŸƒβ€β™€οΈ
11 days ago, Pamela Campbell
cross country
cross country
Quote of the Day: πŸ’™πŸ¦…πŸ’› Failure is a stepping stone on the way to success. #LearningTodayLeadingTomorrow #ItsAGreatDayToBeAGoldenEagle
11 days ago, Pamela Campbell
failure is a stepping stone towards success
Quote of the Day: πŸ’™πŸ¦…πŸ’› Always remember that your actions speak louder than your words! Be Kind to others. ❀️ # LearningTodayLeadingTomorrow #FosteringACultureOfExcellenceInAnEverChangingWorld
12 days ago, Pamela Campbell
honor others
Columbia School District needs bus drivers! πŸ’™πŸ¦…πŸ’› Would you be willing to drive a bus for athletics or field trips? Call 5177698507 or email Chris.Lundberg@myeagles.org.
13 days ago, Pamela Campbell
bus
Congratulations to the Seventh Grade Football 🏈 team for their win on Wednesday over Onsted!πŸ’™πŸ¦…πŸ’›πŸ‘ https://columbiacentralathletics.com/
13 days ago, Pamela Campbell
Columbia teachers take their professional learning seriously! Mrs. Hawkins and Mrs. Hogle discuss the 30 hours of literacy learning they completed during the summer. Columbia teachers’ focus on learning about literacy benefits our students!πŸ’›πŸ¦…πŸ’™ #LearningTodayLeadingTomorrow
13 days ago, Pamela Campbell
Mrs. Hawkins
Mrs.  Hogle
Mrs Hawkins
πŸ’›πŸ¦…πŸ’™Columbia Elementary and Upper Elementary families: Meet the specials teachers who teach K to 6th grade! Mrs. Hinkle teaches art, Mr. Howland teaches music, Mrs. McBean teaches STEM, Mr. Iott teaches gym, and Mr. Moore teaches technology. #LearningTodayLeadingTomorrow
13 days ago, Pamela Campbell
specials teachers
Congratulations to Columbia Elementary School librarian Connie Douglas for being named the Superintendent’s Award winner for her hard work and dedication to the students and staff members of Columbia School District! πŸ’™πŸ¦…πŸ’› #LearningTodayLeadingTomorrow
13 days ago, Pamela Campbell
Connie Douglas
Quote of the Day: πŸ’›πŸ’™ β€œWhat you’re dealing with and who you’re dealing with, let that be an inspiration, rather than a burden. You can get stuck and you may not see the light, but when you get in touch with your spirits, you’ll deal with your next phases with positivity.” Chris
13 days ago, Pamela Campbell
get stronger
overcoming adversity
Quote of the Day: πŸ’™πŸ¦…πŸ’› Value your time with your children! πŸ’™πŸ¦…πŸ’› #LearningTodayLeadingTomorrow #ItsAGreatDayToBeAGoldenEagle
14 days ago, Pamela Campbell
rock
Your ideas about the strengths of Columbia School District are very important for our strategic planning initiative. We are also interested in your opinions regarding opportunities for growth at Columbia. You are invited to choose one of the face-to-face input sessions which will be held at Columbia Central High School in the Community Room on Monday, September 19th, at 6 pm and Tuesday, September 20th, at 6 pm. Parents and community members should enter the building through the high school back entrance across from the blue bus barn. You may also opt to fill out the short electronic survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Columbia_SP_2022 . Please fill out the survey only once, it has also been sent out as a QR code. You may fill out the survey and attend the face-to-face meeting.
15 days ago, Pamela Campbell
This evenings Cub Scout sign up has been rescheduled for September 22, 2022.
15 days ago, Monika Cook
Cub Scouts
Quote of the Day: πŸ’›πŸ¦…πŸ’™ β€œTough times never last, but tough people do. You will get out of the valley - to the mountaintop!” #Overcoming #Motivational #LearningTodayLeadingTomorrow #ItsAGreatDayToBeAGoldenEagle
15 days ago, Pamela Campbell
tough people last
Quote of the Day: πŸ’›πŸ¦…πŸ’™ β€œKeep life moving forward, looking backward is only for the travelers.” - Rachel O #LearningTodayLeadingTomorrow
16 days ago, Pamela Campbell
keep looking forward
Keep looking forwardοΏΌ
It's pizza time! Starting today and for the next 4 weeks, our CCHS Student Senate is selling pizza kits to raise money to do great things such as coordinating events, dances, and activities to promote school spirit. Use the link to place an order today! https://fundraising.littlecaesars.com/fundraisers/support/82c4e293-ae01-4f45-83f9-d8cd3e797ddc
17 days ago, Monika Cook
Little Caesars Fundraiser
Quote of the Day: πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ¦…πŸ’›πŸ’™ β€œBe someone you would look up to.” -Emily M.
17 days ago, Pamela Campbell
role model
Congratulations to our Little Eagle Ticket Winners this week! πŸ’™πŸ¦…πŸ’›πŸ‘ Great job Little Eagles! Thank you for working hard and being kind!❀️
18 days ago, Pamela Campbell
congratulations
The Columbia School District Board of Education and the Administration are launching a new initiative to guide the district through a three- to five-year Strategic Plan. The process will include community and staff input events, data collection and other efforts to create a shared vision and goals for the future of the district and strategies to achieve them, all while using scarce public education resources in the most effective and efficient way. Stakeholder feedback will be an important part of the planning process. Community members, parents, students, teachers and all district staff members will have the opportunity to give input on the strengths of the district, opportunities for improvement, barriers for implementation and their vision for the district. Stakeholders may submit their input through a short five question survey available at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r... ​ Stakeholder input, along with essential district data, provides the basis for the district to choose approximately five priority goals to be implemented over the next three to five years. The benefits of the strategic planning process are many. Most notable are: ~Provides integrated, important input from community and staff ~Presents a succinct and graphical picture of the district’s current status ~Sets focused strategic goals that identify target areas to improve student achievement ~Clearly delineates the role of the Board of Education and the superintendent/staff in strategic planning ~Uses data to set goals and make important decisions ~Helps identify areas to allocate increasingly scarce resources ~Aligns Board priorities with school improvement processes Bob Wahr, the Columbia School District Board of Education President stated, β€œAs school board members, we have to make the best decisions in these challenging, changing times. It is essential we use data forecasting and stakeholder input to make decisions and set shared priorities for the future pf our district.” Debbie Stair, M.N.M.L., Assistant Director of Leadership Development at the Michigan Association of School Boards, will work with Columbia School District for the next three months to complete the strategic plan. Stair said, "Columbia School District and MASB have worked together to design a customized process that ensures broad stakeholder involvement and will result in an effective strategic plan implementation. We look forward to involving the community in this process.”
18 days ago, Pamela Campbell
The Columbia School District Board of Education and the Administration are launching a new initiative to guide the district through a three- to five-year Strategic Plan. The process will include community and staff input events, data collection and other efforts to create a shared vision and goals for the future of the district and strategies to achieve them, all while using scarce public education resources in the most effective and efficient way. Stakeholder feedback will be an important part of the planning process. Community members, parents, students, teachers and all district staff members will have the opportunity to give input on the strengths of the district, opportunities for improvement, barriers for implementation and their vision for the district. Stakeholders may submit their input through a short five question survey available at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r... ​ Stakeholder input, along with essential district data, provides the basis for the district to choose approximately five priority goals to be implemented over the next three to five years. The benefits of the strategic planning process are many. Most notable are: Provides integrated, important input from community and staff Presents a succinct and graphical picture of the district’s current status Sets focused strategic goals that identify target areas to improve student achievement Clearly delineates the role of the Board of Education and the superintendent/staff in strategic planning Uses data to set goals and make important decisions Helps identify areas to allocate increasingly scarce resources Aligns Board priorities with school improvement processes Bob Wahr, the Columbia School District Board of Education President stated, β€œAs school board members, we have to make the best decisions in these challenging, changing times. It is essential we use data forecasting and stakeholder input to make decisions and set shared priorities for the future pf our district.” Debbie Stair, M.N.M.L., Assistant Director of Leadership Development at the Michigan Association of School Boards, will work with for the next three months to complete the strategic plan. Stair said, β€œ and MASB have worked together to design a customized process that ensures broad stakeholder involvement and will result in an effective strategic plan implementation. We look forward to involving the community in this process.”
18 days ago, Pamela Campbell
Strategic Planning Survey