Congratulations to the 💛🦅💙CCHS Boys 🎳Bowling Team. Caleb Gritzmaker Jacob Luna Matt Ostrander Nikolas Raab Brayden Steele Gage Willoughby These Golden Eagle bowlers were one of three boys teams in the state recognized by the Coaches Association as Academic All-State. To put that in perspective there are over 400 boys bowling teams in the state of Michigan. Only three qualified and were recognized. As your coaches we have the pleasure of watching your dedication and hard work on the lanes turn into wins and conference titles. This accomplishment shows your commitment and dedication to your education. Amazing job gentlemen, congratulations, Coaches, Diana Raab and Eric Hall
Safe Routes to School Grant Action Planning Meeting-Community participation is welcome! Please join us to learn more about the Safe Routes to School grant providing our school district and community with a safe walk/bike trail that connects our school campuses. Join us for an informational virtual meeting on April 21st at 6:30 PM. You may register for the meeting using the link below: The zoom link for the action plan meeting is: https://michiganfitnessfoundation.zoom.us/j/91827790366...
Henry Ford Health System is offering COVID-19 vaccinations for students 16 years old and up, and their parents this Sunday (April 18th) at the Jackson County Fairgrounds. If you are interested in getting vaccinated, email HFAHCovidVaccine@hfhs.org with the following information: Your Full Name Date of Birth Phone Number Name of Parent or Legal Guardian Phone number of Parent or Legal Guardian
Senior parents class of 2021..... We are still looking for those who need to pay their $20.21 for after prom, although we aren’t able to officially hold an after prom we are still working on gifts to raffle off during the senior lunch on June 2; please drop off a check at the school or Venmo Kristinab38 your $20.21 With the help of some amazing parents Carol Schneider-Willoughby, Jodi Collins and Trisha Miller we have been able to collect some extra donations to provide these big ticket items below to be raffled. Every senior will walk away with something and some will win these prizes! Any extra donations will help ensure more big ticket items can be purchased.
American Pride! Participate in the Brooklyn Kiwanis Club Flag Project! You may download the application or join through the website: https://k15343.site.kiwanis.org/kiwanis-flag-program/?fbclid=IwAR2VBGAe9MYrjIjg0GAnsv2CamuzXHDhhkrB7dm5qU8PmeiFCLLxWM9gM7Q
Congratulations to Columbia Hero Mrs. Denney! Read more at: https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/04/congratulations-columbia-hero-mrs-denney.html
From Mr. Akers: It's been a tough, weird, and challenging year. But this helps 😎 💙🦅💛🎵🎶 Very proud of my students for pushing through despite being discouraged, frustrated, and even feeling uninspired at times, but believing in what we do so much to keep moving forward and making music despite all of "this" going on. Now on to both bands prepping for the May Festival and a LIVE Jazz Festival in Hastings later this month (outside)!! 🎶 👏👏👏. Way to go, CC students 😎
Student COVID-19 Vaccine Due to an overwhelming response to the Jackson County student COVID-19 vaccination clinic, Jackson County Health Department and Henry Ford Allegiance are able to extend the opportunity for students age 16 years and up to receive the vaccination. Please complete the form at the link provided below. If you have already registered your student, you do not need to register them a second time. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CRR_EdAbPMs5m_dh_aMTEiaIgNxDsqrGTzA9_HHDxxg/edit
At the end of the first quarter GL 19 to CCHS 8.💙🏀💛🦅
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Quote of the Day: 💙🦅💛 If you feel like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders, look at what is in your circle of influence. Many times we have anxiety or stress because we are trying to take responsibility over things we cannot control. Life is 10% what happens to us, & 90% how react to it- and knowing what is our our responsibility is important. Put your focus in the right places today.
Art Contest! https://e.mail.mlblists.com/click/EcGFtZWxhLmNhbXBiZWxsQG15ZWFnbGVzLm9yZw/CeyJtaWQiOiIxNjE3MTM4MjIzNzQ0NWFjMTBjYjU3ODBiIiwiY3QiOiJtbGItdGlnZXJzLTBiMDMwOTRmZTU0ZTkzNTY4NjA4YjU1MTVkZGE5MTMwLTEiLCJyZCI6Im15ZWFnbGVzLm9yZyJ9/HWkhfTUxCTF9OTkJBTTAzMzAyMDIxMzg2NzMzMSxtbDIsaHR0cHM6Ly9zdW1tZXJzbHVnZ2VyLmNvbS90aWdlcnNjaGFsbGVuZ2Uv/qP3BhcnRuZXJJZD16aC0yMDIxMDMzMC0zODY3MzItREVULTEtQSZxaWQmdXRtX2lkPXpoLTIwMjEwMzMwLTM4NjczMi1ERVQtMS1BJmJ0X2VlPWtiWjhrbzFBTGRXSmZhQUd4eGJHU3VsVkNnTHBnQVF0RGNORVBWeWJiaTd6bFVUUEhiaVJDM2k0Y0NYdDZkSlYmYnRfdXNlcl9pZCZidF90cz0xNjE3MTM4MjIzNzQ1/sa536a9afa2
In a combined effort, Henry Ford Allegiance Health and the Jackson County Health Department are happy to provide the opportunity for Columbia School District students 16 and older to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. The student vaccination clinic will take place on Thursday, April 8, 2021. The deadline to register is March 31, 2021, 8:00 p.m. Registration Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KITtr-G34-wP_V8hgPxgjKWcpbUys9tQWCtNLbsM6k4/edit
From the Facebook group bowling friends in Jackson, a long message for our students who may want to be bowlers in high school:🎳🎳🎳 I know there are a few High School student athlete bowlers in this group, so I just wanted to share a couple of thoughts. Now that your season is over, take some time to reflect on yours & your teams season. Did you perform the way you wanted too? Was your school as successful as you anticipated? Did you improve individually and as a team player? Most importantly, DID YOU HAVE FUN?!?! Reflect a bit. Take some time to truly think about your season. As much bowling as you have done over the past couple of months, you understandably need a break. Take a couple of weeks off. Clear your mind. Let your body & mind decompress. Keep yourself from getting burned out. Then, come back and start bowling again!!!! Don't wait until September/October to pick up your bowling ball again. Come out and practice at least every other week through the summer. Even if it's just a game or two. Don't let your game get stale. Plus, the bowling center that has supported you & your team during your season could use the business. Summers are a challenge for every center. With last years shutdown(s), it is important to support those who have supported you. Once we get closer to the season, go to the pro shop of your choice and have your grip analyzed. Our bodies are constantly changing. Even more so in your teenage years. It is very important to have the proper fit in your bowling ball. I know most of the pro shops in the area try and help High School student athletes out with reduced prices on maintenance and refitting. This way, you may be a step or two ahead of your competition. Whether it be for a spot on your High School team, or an opposing High School. But the most important thing to remember about any sport you participate in, have fun!!
Great Start Readiness Program for the 2021-2022 School Year The Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) is Michigan's state-funded free preschool program for four-year-old children. Families can qualify when factors exist in their lives that may place a child at educational risk. The link below will take you to the GSRP interest form to begin the process of registering your preschooler. http://www.greatstartjackson.org/
Congratulation to Tommy Strudevant for qualifying for the individual state wrestling meet. He will wrestle next Friday.💛🦅💙👏
From Coach Hall and Raab: Congratulations to Izzi Green today for a great performance at the MHSAA State Finals in Jackson. It was a tough field of 60 and throughout the day she flirted with the top 16. At one point she was as high as 19th place just 13 from the cut line of 16th. In the end game 6 was tough filled with some tough breaks and bad splits. A 40th place finish made your coaches proud. You join an elite fraternity of Golden Eagle bowlers that have made the state finals and you held your own among some of the best in the state. Great job Izzi!!
Results following game #3; 1st place is 622 16th is 530 💙🦅💛🎳 Izzi is at 518, 12 pins below the cut.
Way to go! Izzi’s Game #1 = 189, Highest game bowled of the 12 lanes surrounding her!💙🦅💛🎳👏
Great story about Chad Dermyer, The CCHS Soccer Field is named in his memory! https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/remembering-a-life-of-love-and-service-the-chad-dermyer-story-2021-03-26?fbclid=IwAR3O6mRzkLhxMGmRilUVBBn0oiigYYunBNQs-yDIEFypsoHc0t3hEG69eO4
Congratulations lady Golden Eagles! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uZwxtw_gDR4&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR1XaZ472AxGMrgLpXU264mf2EkC6PlVKxvRuNkqGRks6MrahbLy5gtfErI
Junior High track practice will begin Monday, April 5th from 3:00-4:30 pm at the high school track. Dress for cold weather (sweats, hoodies, running shoes, etc). Bring a mask and water! You must have a physical on file to participate. Until then, be sure you are getting some miles in over Spring Break! See you on the infield on Monday, April 5th! Contact coach Meschke for the Google Classroom code if you haven't already joined the classroom at Brian.Meschke@myeagles.org.
Congratulations to Columbia Central High School Hero: Ms. Kimble! Read more: https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/03/columbia-hero-congratulations-ms-kimble.html
Columbia Central basketball girls 🏀 game at Michigan Center is canceled tonight due to illness on the other team.
Tomorrow is the day we’ve been waiting for, first day of 2021 baseball tryouts. We will meet 7-9 in high school gym to get started. Come ready to get started, we’ve got a lot to get accomplished before we start season in two weeks.🦅⚾️🦅⚾️
Congratulations to Noah King, Marcus Wood and Thomas Sturdevant for qualifying for Regionals next Saturday at Constantine.💙🦅💛👏
💛🎳💙🦅👏Congratulations to Izzi Green!! Izzi finished 9th today in the Region 15 MHSAA Regional competition in Niles, MI making her the third girl in CCHS history to qualify for the MHSSA Finals. Coaches around the LCAA have been talking about the CCHS girls bowling team. They’ve been talking about how well they’ve been bowling, how improved they are and how this young squad is gonna be a force to be reckoned with in the future. Izzi Green walked in to the Regional tournament today and said don’t forget about what’s here right now. The team had a slow start in game 1 with a 754 but the girls fired back in game 2 with a season high 889 led by Izzi’s career high 232 and a 201 from Shanna Detloff. As the lanes transitioned in games 3 and 4 the team held their own with games of 716 and 787 for a solid 7th place finish. It was a great day for all the Golden Eagle ladies Izzi led the Eagles and averaged 183 for the day followed by Shanna at 172, Niya Holbert at 164, and Amber Johnson at 162. Sophie Kerr and Lorelei Mortimer combined for a 106 average making this a true team effort. Congratulations to all the Golden Eagle Girls for a fantastic season and good luck to Izzi Green next Saturday at the MHSA state finals at Jax 60 in Jackson.
Unfortunately, last night was the end of the season for us. Saying that, we have NEVER been more proud of the team that rose up and competed last night. Through countless setbacks YOU made it happen! From throwing in three girls who have never competed round two before, to rearranging stunt groups and learning new spots for round one, these girls proved that they don’t ever stop fighting. Our crazy ride may be over this time, but we won’t be down for long. We have so much pride in what they have overcome, not only this season but last night alone. No one can ever take that away from us. CCVC Forever! 💗✨ #CCVC #BetterTogether
Congratulations! JV girls defeated Dundee 33 to 19!💙🦅💛🏀
Best wishes to the girls Golden Eagles 🦅 Bowling 🎳 Team at Regionals tomorrow in Niles! 💛🦅🎳💙
Columbia Central High School students interested in playing JV or Varsity softball this season 🥎 should attend the meeting at the CCHS cafeteria on Sunday, March 21st with Coach Steele. Parents are welcome to attend the meeting.
💙🎳💛🦅From coach Eric Hall While the season ended today with an 11th place finish Diana and I couldn’t be more proud of how this group of young men pulled together as a team. It was a very difficult year with all kinds of new challenges and they handled it well. On top of COVID these guys navigated a new practice facility, a condensed season, a new bowling center for Regionals, a super demanding condition not to mention some lingering knee and back injuries. They showed a ton of grit and determination and should stand proud of the work they put in this entire season. Congratulations to Caleb Gritzmaker. He was the highest qualifier in singles for the Golden Eagles today in 18th place, just 36 pins from a qualifying spot! Congratulations to our Seniors Gage and Matt on their final tournament and a huge high five to Blake Farmer and Landon Miller who couldn’t make the trip due to new roster restrictions. Great Job guys!
Brandywine High School will live stream the MHSAA Regional #15 Bowling on both Friday and Saturday from Joey Armadillos. We will be using three cameras across the alleys for the coverage. Here are the directions for accessing the channels: Go to http://www.Brandywinebobcats.org Find "Athletics" and click on that Move cursor arrow down to "Brandywine Bobcat Live Stream" and click "Bobcat Athletics 1", "Bobcat Athletics 2", and "OnBase Productions", all three will have lane coverage. This will give you coverage from the left side of the alley (lane 1 is at that end), the middle of the alley, and the right side of the alley (lane 24 is in that shot). ⚠️💙💛COLUMBIA CENTRAL HS will be on lane 11, with Hillsdale on 12.
Congratulations to the CCHS JV Boys basketball team! 🏀💙🦅💛 JV won! They defeated Dundee 44-43!
Congratulations to Ms. Weidenbach! She was nominated as a Columbia Hero! Read more: https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/03/ms-weidenbach-is-columbia-hero.html
Congratulations to Mrs. Aguilera for being named a Columbia Hero! Read more about this fabulous kindergarten teacher! https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/03/columbia-elementary-hero-mrs-aguilera.html
Congratulations! CCHS basketball 🏀 player commits to Clemson!💛🦅💙🏀 https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2021/03/brooklyn-columbia-central-junior-forward-commits-to-clemson-university.html?utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=jacksoncitpat_sf&utm_medium=social&fbclid=IwAR3vRIOZNokElOL5VzbAZYEXgLj-pVeeK4cx_xRrJZTzXf5ALaYBIwrxzjk
It's not too late to order your CCJH 2020-2021 yearbook! Please visit ybpay.lifetouch.com and enter code 10409121 or have your student pick up a form from Mrs. Hall. We are also looking for some help with pictures this year. If you have pictures from any of the following events, please email them to Robyn.Hall@myeagles.org. *The first day of school *Volleyball *Football *Cross Country *Sideline Cheer *Basketball
Planning for the Fall 2021-2022 School Year Please take this quick survey to tell us whether your child will attend Columbia during the 2021 - 22 school year In-person or Virtual. Your input is important to us and we appreciate your participation. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pGWegn-ANQa17sMBfxvx6HCO4ovKq00ynqsZrqnjdFc/edit
Women’s Week with the Jackson Chamber of Commerce! Today is about women who work in the education industry! It kicks off at 8 am! https://www.jacksonchamber.org/images/uploads/newsletter/Womens_Week_Schedule_of_Events.pdf
Quote of the Day; 💙🦅💛 “People and circumstances will occasionally break you down. But if you keep your mind focused, your heart open to possibility, and continue to put one foot in front of the other, you will be able to quickly recover the pieces, rebuild, and come back much stronger than you ever would have been otherwise.” - Sherry Hynes
Tomorrow, we will have our Spring Blood Drive from 8 am to 2 pm! There are many appointments available, schedule your appointment at redcrossblood.org Please contact Derek.Jackson@myeagles.org for more details.
Check out the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Women’s Week! https://jacksonwomensweek.com/expo-schedule
Jackson District Library has many great programs to offer our Little Eagles. Go to http://myjdl.com and sign up for your very own library card. Once you have a library card you can access 100's of digital books. My favorite is Tumblebooks for our elementary students. http://myjdl.com Click on download and stream tab Click on Tumblebooks Our Little Eagles can read for hours. Another great program is Literacy to go boxes. Read more about this program and sign up at http://myjdl.com.
Quote of the Day: 💛🦅💙 “No matter how educated, talented, rich or cool you believe you are, how you treat people ultimately tells all. Integrity is everything.” Sherry Hynes
Congratulations to 💛🦅💙🏀 Golden Eagles Varsity! They defeated Hudson 60 to 20!
💛🦅💙🏀CCHS up 50 to 16 over Hudson!
All boys in grades 9-12 interested in playing high school baseball this spring should attend a player/parent meeting Sunday at 6:00 pm at the fitness center. The meeting is to review the schedule for tryouts & practice. Attendance is very important. Thanks you, Varsity baseball coach Steve Tompkins
Quote of the Day: "Confidence and humility can easily co-exist. One requires we embrace our strengths, the other that we are aware of our weakness." Lisa Prosen www.MyRenewedMind.org
Dear Columbia School District Family, Please fill out this quick survey to inform us as to your preference for your child to learn as an In Person (Face to Face) or Virtual student for the 2021 - 2022 school year. Since this is simply a tool to help us plan for the appropriate number of classrooms, we are looking for your best opinion for your child's learning environment for the fall. The survey may be accessed at: https://forms.gle/2TfZQeeyCPfW... If you have questions or comments, please email: ReturnToLearn@myeagles.org . Thank you for your assistance!
Next week starts Jackson Chamber Of Commerce Women’s Week supported by American 1 Credit Union! Learn more about the great activities! https://www.jacksonchamber.org/womens-week/
💛🦅💙🎳Results from Monday, 3/1 CCHS Girls Home Meet vs. OHS: OHS took an early lead in the Baker Games with a 2-game score of 334 to our 255. Our First Regular Game score of 710 was not enough against their 802. Lorelei Mortimer and Amber Johnson did take their points to give us our first points of the match. High Game for CC going to Izzi Green with a 182, followed by Niya Holbert’s 161. Second Regular Game we were able to stay steady with scores, while OHS slipped back allowing us to win that Game, 709 to their 683. Points were won again by Lorelei & Amber, adding additional points by Sophie Kerr and Niya Holbert. High Game for CC going to Niya with a 179, followed by Lorelei with a 171. The CC girls put up a good fight, and worked hard together to claim 10 points for the evening. Final Score: OHS 20 - CCHS 10
💛🦅💙🎳CCHS boys bowling team lost to Onsted in a match that was closer than the 22-8 score shows. After a hot start with a season high 222 the Wildcats battled back taking game 2 with a 211. The Golden Eagles were led by Nikolas Raab with games of 184 and 218 followed by Jake Luna with a 192. The Golden Eagles fall to 5-2 on the season and look to get back on track Friday against Blissfield.
Congratulations!💛🦅💙🏀Golden Eagles girls defeated Manchester 57 to 43!
Golden Eagles 🦅 Girls basketball 35 to Manchester 28. Golden Eagles 🦅 Boys basketball behind Dundee: 22 to 29 at the half.💛🦅💙🏀
Columbia Central is looking for help with running our new scoreboard for high school boys games. Please contact the athletic department if you might be interested. 5175926634. Or email Josh.Kubiak@myeagles.org .
Congratulations to the boys Varsity Basketball team! They defeated Clinton 56 to 42!💛🦅💙🏀
💛🦅💙Interested in Skilled Trades? Apply to this scholarship for seniors enrolled in public school in Michigan! https://setseg.org/tradescholarship
JV girls basketball defeated Onsted with a 38 to 28 win. JV boys also defeated Onsted! Congratulations!🏀💙🦅💛
Columbia School District is fortunate to have fabulous teachers who are Heroes to their students and families! Meet Mrs. Thacher! https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/02/columbia-hero-introducing-mrs-thacher.html
Enjoy this week's edition of the Eagle's Nest district newsletter! https://www.smore.com/7j24k-eagle-s-nest
💛🦅💙Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow! Columbia teachers and staff members are caring educators who use creativity and passion to teach their students! 👏Check out these Columbia Heroes! Video #3: https://youtu.be/xuuBhWJ9yqg
💛🦅💙Congratulations to our Columbia Heroes! Our teachers and staff members are passionate educators who focus on intentional learning activities for our students! Check out our Heroes in video number two: https://youtu.be/tf2hM_hryPo
💛🦅💙Columbia teachers are community Heroes! We are highlighting some of our fabulous, passionate teachers in three videos! This is video number one, take a look! https://youtu.be/TT-rQcSs00s
💛🦅💙🎳CCHS girls were meant to bowl against the Hudson Team tonight, however their team was in quarentine due to possible COVID exposure. We needed to still bowl all games to take the win & points. This gave the girls great practice and experience on the wood lanes at Hudson for this season, and the upcoming Jamboree. Bakers Games 164, 96 = 260 Regular Games 648, 753 = 1401 Niya Holbert bowled her first career 200 game, while Shanna Dettloff rolled her second career game over 200 in just the last two days, with a 209! Sophie Kerr 88,121 Lorelei Mortimer 116, 114 Shanna Dettloff 175, 209 Niya Holbert 171, 200 Amber Johnson 98, 109 CCHS GIRLS TEAM IS NOW 4-2
Congratulations! 💙🦅💛🎳The CCHS boys bowling team started out the night with solid baker games of 199 and 195 and never looked back winning convincingly against Hudson on their home lanes 25-5. Matthew Ostrander continued his hot streak from the weekend with a 225 game followed by Caleb Gritzmaker with a nice 202. Timely strikes and solid spare shooting made this a total team effort. The boys continue to lead the LCAA at 5-1. The Golden Eagle boys look to sweep the jamborees this Saturday at 9am at Hudson Lanes.
Today's (2/22) Junior High Wrestling at Onsted has been cancelled.
Columbia School District teachers are Heroes! Meet Mr. Clanton who teaches second grade at Columbia Elementary. Read more at: https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/02/columbia-hero-mr-clanton.html
JV girls beat Blissfield 35-34 on a free throw with no time left on the clock!!! 🏀💛🦅💙👏 Shoutout to Abigail Keller on the big shot!!!
Girls finished 3rd out of 6 at yesterday's Jamboree at Hillside Lanes! The girls bowled a nice set of Baker Games of 145, 166 = 311, putting them in 2nd place heading into the Regular Games. 💙🦅💛🎳 Regular Games of 642, 776 = 1418 were enough to secure 3rd place. Shanna Dettloff had the best series for the CCHS girls of a 404, with games of 182, and high game on the team of 222! This was also Shanna’s first career game over 200!! She was followed by another great game for Lorelei Mortimer, 191!!
The CCHS boys won their second jamboree of the season today in Hillsdale. 💙🦅💛🎳 The boys led host Hillsdale 391-390 after the baker games. In the first regular game Hillsdale pulled out to a 70 pin lead over the Golden Eagles and a huge game from Onsted had them knocking on the door only 19 pins behind in third. Big games by Nikolas Raab, Matthew Ostrander, and Brayden Steele gave the Golden Eagles a 142 pin final game win and a 72 pin victory overall. Final Standings Columbia - 2257 Hillsdale - 2185 Onsted - 2065 Clinton - 1894 Hudson - 1700 Blissfield - 693 Nikolas Raab had a team high game of 221 followed by Matt Ostrander with a 211 and Brayden Steele with games of 204 and 202. The Golden Eagle Boys have 2 jamboree wins and are 4-1 in head to head matches. They are tied for the lead in the LCAA with Hillsdale. Next up a match at Hudson on Monday 2/22/21.
Homecoming Sale! Prices are good and items must be picked up until 2/26 @ 3 pm. Please see photos for details. If you would like to make a purchase, please EMAIL Robyn.Hall@myeagles.org. We will not be checking this post for orders. More styles at Columbia Athletics Facebook
Job opportunities at Columbia School District: JV Softball Coach, Girls Varsity Soccer Coach, Bus Drivers, Sub Custodians, and Substitute Teachers wanted! https://www.myeagles.org/o/columbia-school-district/page/job-opportunities--41
Some of the Columbia School District buses may be running a touch late this morning due to the snow and cold weather.💛🦅💙⛄️❄️🥶
All Columbia Central sports scheduled for this evening, Tuesday, February 16th, have been canceled due to the inclement weather.💙🦅💛
From the Brooklyn Food Pantry: ATTENTION: Tuesday February 16 - We are closed today. For the first time that any of us remember, the Pantry is closed for weather. Be safe out there. We will resume operation (Weather Permitting) on Thursday February 18; 10am-2pm.
Columbia Childcare is closed today, Tuesday, February 16th, due to inclement weather conditions.❄️🥶⛄️💙🦅💛
There will be no Jackson Area Career Center classes tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16th, due to the❄️ weather. Columbia will have Distance Learning tomorrow.💙🦅💛
Remember Columbia 💙🦅💛has a planned Distance Learning Day tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16th, due to employee vaccinations. Please check your email or child’s backpack for instructions
Columbia Childcare will be open tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16th, unless there is six inches of new snow or more. The decision will be made in the morning.💙🦅💛❄️🥶⛄️
There will be no school tomorrow, President’s Day, Monday, February 15th, for Columbia School District 💙🦅💛students. February 16th will be a planned Distance Learning Day due to the vaccination of school employees.
The Golden Eagles boys suffered their first loss of the season at Hillsdale 27-3. The team was led by Brayden Steele with a 207, Matt Ostrander with a 201 and Nikolas Raab with a 194. The boys look to get back on track Monday against Clinton.💙🦅💛🎳
COLUMBIA CENTRAL SPORTING EVENTS FOR FEB. 15th THROUGH 20th Monday 15th Bowling vs Clinton Tuesday 16th Boys Basketball vs Clinton JV starts at 5:30 Girls Basketball @ Clinton JV starts at 5:30 Middle School Girls Basketball vs Hillsdale 7th Grade starts at 5:00 Wednesday 17th Cheer Home LCAA event starts at 6:00 pm Wrestling @ Hillsdale starts at 5:30 Middle School Girls Basketball @ Dundee starts at 5:00 Thursday 18th JV Girls Basketball (Gold) @ Hudson 5:30 Girls Basketball @ Leslie JV (Navy) starts at 5:30 Middle School Wrestling home starting at 5:00 Friday 19th Boys Basketball vs Hudson JV starts at 5:30 Bowling @ Hillsdale Saturday 20th Boys Basketball @ Blissfield JV starts at 5:30 Girls Basketball vs Blissfield JV starts at 5:30 Cheer @ Leslie time TBA Wrestling @ Homer time TBA
Congratulations CCHS 💙🦅💛🎵Senior Grace Willoughby for performing in the Adrian College Band! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9AbWDlJSKn8&fbclid=IwAR1ieBr_Buhf7bvUL8pGvoA92qMg4fLTLJmIEeb_hWh1js9RSgFh9zN4Xwg
Last night the Lady Golden Eagles played Hillsdale and won 64 to 23. All the girls got to play and did an amazing job! 💙🦅💛🏀👏
Golden Eagles 🦅 boys basketball 🏀 defeated Hilldale last night 50 to 42! Congratulations!💛💙🦅🏀
Monday, February 15th is a planned day off with no school due to the Presidents' Day weekend. On Tuesday, February 16th there will be no In Person instruction. For elementary students this will be a day of asynchronous learning and Chromebooks will not be distributed. Elementary Distance Learning Packets will be sent home on Friday February 12th.
Great game Lady Golden Eagles!💙🦅🦅🏀 Final score LCS 55 to Golden Eagles 45.
Golden Eagles 🦅 29 LCS 30 with 2:55 left in the third quarter.
This Monday, Feb 15, the CCAC will be hosting a FAFSA event from 11-7 PM. This event is to help you complete your FAFSA with no hassle! They will be providing in-person services in their office at the Jackson Crossing across from H&R Block, along with zoom opportunities at this link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85155836348. See attachment for details.
Check out the highlights from the CCHS Lady Golden Eagles!💙🦅💛🏀 https://www.hudl.com/video/2/421767/6023a9cf688ee8091873c247
Columbia School District is hiring bus drivers, food service and custodial sub positions and substitute teachers. For more information: https://www.myeagles.org/job-opportunities--41
Girls bowling 🎳 defeated Blissfield yesterday 27 to 3.
Half time score 25 Ida to 20 Columbia! 💙🦅💛
At this end of the first quarter: Ida 17 to Columbia 10.
Many of the Columbia staff members are preparing to receive their second COVID-19 vaccination. We will have a Distance Learning Day on Tuesday, February 16, 2021. If you have any questions, please email ReturnToLearn@myeagles.org .
Kindergarten teacher Jen Howland is a Columbia School District Hero! Read more: https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/02/mrs-howland-columbia-school-district.html
💙🦅💛 Random Acts of Kindness Day is coming! https://assets.randomactsofkindness.org/calendars/neighborhood/2021/202102_kindness_calendar.pdf #MakeKindnessTheNorm
💙🦅💛 Columbia Central Jr High School Wrestling will start the season with a home event on Monday February 15th!
Competitive Cheer will start the season on Saturday February 13th at Michigan Center.👏💙🦅💛
Columbia 💙🦅💛Middle School Girls Basketball 🏀will start the season on Tuesday February 16th against Hillsdale.
Girls basketball will start the season on the road Tuesday February 9th at Dundee. JV starting at 5:30 pm.🏀💛🦅💙
Due to inclement weather Columbia School District will be closed today, February 5, 2021. All District events are canceled. Child care will be open.
Boys basketball will start the season Monday February 8th vs Leslie.🏀💙🦅💛
Congratulations!💙🦅💛🎳Columbia Central Girls won tonight against OHS, 22.5 - 7.5! We lost the first Baker by 33 pins, to come back and win the second one by 36. First Regular game reached a high 718, over OHS’ 635. Our second Regular game soared to another high of 738, over OHS’ 628. That’s a CCHS girls total of 1456! Your hard work is showing & I couldn’t be prouder of your win tonight! Shanna Dettloff covered the 6-7 split tonight, while Sophie Kerr had a new personal high game of 166, and a new personal high two game series of 305! Izzi Green rolled a fantastic two games of 183, 180.
Congratulations! 💙🦅💛Great job 🎳bowling tonight and a great win against a tough Onsted team!!! After losing baker totals by 1 pin and the first regular game by 2 pins the boys fought back and won game 2 by 174 pins to take the match 16-14. Brayden Steele led all scoring with a 252 game that included the first 7 strikes. Matt Ostrander had a 229 followed by Nikolas Raab with a 219 and Jacob Luna with a 203. The Golden Eagle boys remain undefeated and take on Blissfield On Monday Feb 8.
CCHS Career Center students - The Career Center will be completely virtual on Thursday, February 4, and Friday, February 5, as their staff receives their 2nd vaccine shot.
💙🦅💛CES has a caring, calm, and helpful school counselor, Mrs. Ashley Phelps. We are so grateful for her kindness and her expertise. Perhaps your Little Eagle would like to make her a card or send an email to Ashley.Phelps@myeagles.org to celebrate National School Counselor’s week!
Join our Team! Columbia School District is hiring a part-time Food Service employee. Visit https://www.myeagles.org/o/columbia-school-district/page/job-opportunities--41 for all CSD employment opportunities.
Quote of the Day: 💙🦅💛 “Don't confuse fate with destiny. Fate is what happens to us. Destiny is what we make in spite of our fate.” - Appreciate Gratitude @2thank
Great bowling today!! 💙🦅💛🎳The boys beat Hudson 26-4. Nikolas Raab led the team with 219 game followed by Jacob Luna with a 211. Jacob ended with a 397 series followed by Nik with a 389. The boys lead the LCAA at 2-0 and a jamboree win. Their next match is Wednesday night against Onsted. Great day to be a Golden Eagle
Congratulations!💙🎳💛 Girls just finished their meet against Hudson, winning 26.5 - 3.5 Regular game totals were excellent today with a 695 & 699. Izzi Green lead with her games today of 188, 177. Followed by Niya Holbert’s 158, 176 and Shanna Dettloff’s 144, 148.
Bus Drivers Wanted! Please contact Chris Lundberg at 592-6449 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Columbia teachers are Heroes! They have worked to develop innovative programs, learned to teach on new educational platforms and worked to help their students fulfill their academic potential. https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/01/csd-hero-columia-central-jr-sr-high.html
Columbia has amazing Heroes who have developed new programs, worked to help their students fulfill their academic potential, and revised curriculum. Learn about our Heroes! https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/01/columbia-hero-teacher-jessica-white.html
Practice for junior high girl’s basketball begins Monday, February 1st. Practice will be on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 3-4:30 pm. Please make sure you have a physical on file with the office.
Congratulations 💙💛🦅 Columbia girls bowling 🎳 team! Girls finished 4th, out of 6, at our first Jamboree today! (only 42 pins out of 3rd place). Izzi Green & Niya Holbert were both in the top 10 for averages for the day, out of the 26 bowlers. Lorelei Mortimer had her best series of 2 games today, for a total of 235, 117.5 avg. Great job to all of you!!!
Congratulations to the Boys Bowling 🎳 team who won the Ten Pin Alley Jamboree today by 129 pins!! 💙🦅💛🎳 Gage Willoughby led the conference with games of 201 and 191 for a 196 average. Nikolas Raab was 5th @ 174.5 Jake Luna was 6th @ 172 Brayden Steele was 7th @ 170.5 Caleb Gritzmaker was 8th @ 169 Five bowlers of 33 in the top 8!! Dominating performance today guys.
Become a Golden Eagle today! Check out the job opportunities at Columbia School District: https://www.myeagles.org/o/columbia-school-district/page/job-opportunities--41
Great News! Many of you supported The Salvation Army's Christmas outreach. Results: 1,589 children received 9,999 toys & 1,406 items of clothing. Area families received 712 boxes of food. Area businesses adopted 38 families. A total of 2,927 individuals received support!
“I think a hero is an ordinary individual who finds strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” – Superman Nominate a Columbia Hero today! Please email the name and a brief sentence of why one of he or she is a Hero! ReturnToLearn@myeagles.org .
Yearbooks- As the world adjusts to change, one thing that remains constant is the yearbook tradition. This yearbook will capture the story of this unique school year! If you would like to guarantee your student receives a yearbook, the order must be placed by Jan 29th. We will not be ordering extra books. The yearbook will be distributed when they arrive. Here is the link if you are interested in ordering http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A03630500 . Since copies are limited and school schedules continue to change, we ask that you please order your yearbook online.
Congratulations! 💛🦅💙Last night the girls 🎳 bowling team started out the season with a loss to Clinton. The final score was 26-4 but the match was closer than the score reflects. Niya Holburt led the Golden Eagles with a 196 game followed by Izzi Green with a 179 and Shana Detloff with a 164. The boys had a strong outing and beat Clinton 28-2. Gage Willoughby led all scorers with a 227 and 195 followed by Jacob Luna with a 205. Both teams compete Friday and Saturday in their first LCAA Jamboree of the season.
Let's recognize a Columbia Hero (a teacher, administrator, custodian, bus driver, food service worker, secretary, maintenance or coach). Please send me the name of one of our Heroes and a brief sentence of why one of he or she is a Hero! Email to ReturnToLearn@myeagles.org .
Do you know someone who needs help securing food for their family? Recommend that they stop by the Brooklyn Food Pantry today or Thursday between 10 am and 2 pm. The food pantry is located at 129 S Main St., behind Tony Pruitt Insurance Agency in Brooklyn.
All Columbia students will be learning through distance-learning today, Monday, January 25, 2021. Child care is open.
Reminder: Columbia students will be distance learning tomorrow, Monday, January 25th so school personnel can get their vaccinations. Thank you!💙🦅💛
“Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up, it knows it must outrun the fastest lion or it will be killed. It must run faster than the slowest gazelle, or it will starve. It doesn't matter whether you're the lion or a gazelle-when the sun comes up, you'd better be running.”
As we continue with our Strategic Planning process, we are asking you to select three of the Belief Statements in the survey that is linked below. https://forms.gle/ctr7MbQBSwsN... Thank you for your support and input! Please only fill out the survey once.
Columbia School District is hiring a Secondary Science Teacher. Click on the link for more information: https://www.myeagles.org/o/columbia-school-district
As we continue our Strategic Planning process, we are asking community members, staff members, teachers, board members, and students to select three of the Belief Statements in the survey that is linked below. https://forms.gle/ctr7MbQBSwsN... Thank you!
Columbia teachers and staff members are busy building a positive community of learners. Read more: https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/01/building-community-of-learners-at.html
Columbia School District students do not have school tomorrow, Monday, January 18, 2021. Tomorrow is teacher professional development day.
Congratulations to CCHS Cross Country 🏃♀️ 🏃♂️ runners Hope Wilkes and Jacob Walker for being named to the Jackson Area All Star Squad! https://www.mlive.com/sports/jackson/2021/01/jackson-area-high-school-cross-country-coaches-vote-for-2020-all-star-squad.html?utm_campaign=jacksoncitpat_sf&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR3KO8RBn7f0MMAhiQjlhFERi9Bo7DA87fdflTyo_OpDnX3Cc7BLf24fZGE
This morning as 🌧 rain changes to light snowfall ❄️⛄️🥶, please drive carefully as you come to school!💙🦅🦅💛
Columbia, every Friday is 💙🦅💛blue and gold day! Make sure you wear your golden eagle 🦅 Tshirt or sweatshirt to school today to show your spirit!
Dear Columbia School District Family, On Monday, January 25, 2021, Columbia School District teachers and staff members will be getting the COVID-19 vaccination, so we will have a virtual school day. Due to the requirements of Henry Ford Allegiance, our teachers and staff members will have to travel to the vaccination destination, so they will not be able to teach Face to Face on January 25th. Your principal and teachers will correspond with you to give you instructions for this virtual day. Thank you for your patience and understanding! Sincerely, Pam Campbell Superintendent
Columbia Junior & Senior High School Yearbook Information: Junior High Parents: To order the 2020-2021 yearbook, please visit ybpay.lifetouch.com and use code 10409121. High School Parents: To order the 2020-2021 yearbook, please visit https://www.yearbooknerds.com/columbia-central-high-school Paper forms will also be distributed once they arrive at the school.
Seniors and Juniors: Check out the information at the College and Career Access Center! https://www.smore.com/pbfc0-college-career-access-center?ref=email Follow them on Twitter: @CCACJackson
Thank you to our fabulous Columbia School Diatrict School Board Members! Read more: https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2021/01/thank-you-to-our-columbia-board-members.html
Quote of the Day: 💙🦅💛 “Never be afraid of what way you take in life. 💕 just shine and show everyone who doubted you that was their first mistake 🥰” - Sarah Maple
Quote of the Day: 💙🦅💛 No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt You control your thoughts and feelings. People may say or do things that can make you feel inferior. It is strength from within, which helps you learn to not consent to that controlling behavior. -Sherry Hynes
Columbia Central’s Golden Gears Robotics team will be having an informational Zoom meeting Wednesday, January 6 at 7:00 p.m. This year’s competition will allow for both in-person and remote participation for team members. This is a lettered sport and no experience is required to join the team. Our season officially launches on January 9th when we will receive this year’s challenges. If you are interested in joining the team, or learning more, please reach out to coach, Chris Holbert at email@example.com or 602-819-3074.
Check out this video clip honoring Mrs. Ellsworth with the Excellence in Education award! We are so proud of her achievements! https://www.fox17online.com/news/excellence-in-education/excellence-in-education-kristen-ellsworth
Good morning! There is wet snow falling in our area, please be careful on your way to school!💙🦅💛 #ItsAGreatDayToBeAGoldenEagle
Join our team! Columbia School District is accepting applications for a Secondary Special Education Teacher and a Quarantine Room Staff Member. https://www.myeagles.org/article/371426?org=columbia-school-district
Breakfast and lunch will continue to be offered free-of-charge to all students for the remainder of the school year! 🎉As a reminder to our Virtual families, Curbside Meal Pick-Up is available in the CCHS parking lot between 10-11 a.m. on Wednesdays. 💛🦅💙
Columbia students will return on January 4, 2021, to the educational setting they are registered for: Face to Face or virtual. Make sure you are healthy and ready to return to school on Monday, January 4, 2021. Columbia transportation will have the same schedule as the busses ran on during the fall. Parents will be alerted if there are any changes. All students and staff members will assess their health and wellness prior to coming to school each day. If you do not feel well, please follow protocol for communicating with your school administration. Bus drivers and school personell will take temperatures of all students prior to boarding busses or entering the school building with touchless thermometers. All staff and students will continue to wear masks, wash their hands often and use sanitizer. We are continuing to follow our extended return to school plan available on the myeagles.org website (https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws...). If you have any questions, please email ReturnToLearn@myeagles.org . Best wishes for a wonderful weekend!
Please stay safe during the ice storm this weekend! Make sure you are healthy and ready to return to school on Monday, January 4, 2021. Columbia transportation will have the same schedule as the busses ran on during the fall. Parents will be alerted if there are any changes. All students and staff members will assess their health and wellness prior to coming to school each day. If you do not feel well, please follow protocol for communicating with your school administration. Bus drivers and school personell will take temperatures of all students prior to boarding busses or entering the school building with touchless thermometers. All staff and students will continue to wear masks, wash their hands often and use sanitizer. We are continuing to follow our extended return to school plan available on the myeagles.org website. If you have any questions, please email ReturnToLearn@myeagles.org . Best wishes for a wonderful weekend!
The Columbia Community Fitness Center will reopen on Wednesday. The well at CCHS is fixed!💙🦅💛
Congratulations Golden Eagles 🦅 💙🦅💛! So Proud of Blake, Austin and Matt for making this team. https://www.mlive.com/sports/jackson/2020/12/thirty-six-jackson-area-football-players-named-academic-all-state-by-mhsfca.html?utm_campaign=jacksoncitpat_sf&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR1FHEzhV8txfO_ZS9HHPHu1Idnp2bkYgyNAHVpYPXcEPxljV62fTkLiAUU
Columbia Community Fitness Center is closed due to a break in the main well. We are sorry for the interuption in service to our community. We will post updates as we receive additional information.
The Columbia Community Fitness Center will be closed on Tuesday, December 29, 2020, due to a break in the main well at CCHS.
The American Red Cross blood drive has been re-located to the upper elementary at 321 School St. in Brooklyn, due to a break in the main well at Columbia Central High School.
The Red Cross Blood Drive has been relocated to Columbia Upper Elementary School due to a break in the main well at CCHS.
The Columbia Community Fitness Center will be closed today due to a break in the main well at CCHS.
Columbia teacher leaders, administration and school board members exhibit energy and tenacity as they work towards student success! https://www.blogger.com/u/2/blog/post/edit/5359996291427143621/7172132493401467950
Melissa Adams received the 2020 Irish Hills Chamber Teacher of the Year Award in recognition of outstanding leadership and commitment to deliver high quality education at Columbia School District! https://www.blogger.com/u/2/blog/post/edit/5359996291427143621/4040950813423316258
Standing the Test of Time at Columbia! Top teachers, excellent curriculum and terrific students! https://www.blogger.com/u/2/blog/post/edit/5359996291427143621/3719958589317379022
'Tis the Season to be Jolly! Read more: https://www.blogger.com/u/2/blog/post/edit/5359996291427143621/5569570429396165967
Congratulations to alumnus Josh White for being named to the Sienna Heights All Decade Baseball Team! http://shusaints.com/sports/bsb/2020-21/releases/20201216mlg7eg?fbclid=IwAR2tHiEi9OatG-g9aDm65qyEISa6U4ECPHlRWqdUp8Uvx0W-YuM5YY7HGpU
Columbia School District is still planning on returning to learn face to face on January 4, 2021, as determined at the Columbia School Board meeting on December 7, 2020. This afternoon during the press conference State officials indicated that schools will be open for in person teaching and learning on January 4. https://www.mlive.com/public-interest/2020/12/no-indoor-dining-until-next-year-but-some-entertainment-venues-open-under-latest-michigan-coronavirus-order.html?e=0b6a6775aabb8b4b228607ec8f9e55b4&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter_breaking&utm_term=Newsletter_breaking_news
Quote of the Day: "Some souls leave behind a trail of light that is never forgotten." Robin Rowe
The Christmas Break Blood Drive will be December 28th at Columbia Central High School from 11 am to 4:45 pm. Register online: https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/donation-time
If you did not have an opportunity to stop by and donate to the Salvation Army Rescue Christmas on Saturday at Walmart, you could help out online! https://donate.sawmni.org/fundraiser/3003034
Is your family in need of food? Visit the Brooklyn Area Food Bank distribution today or Thursday from 10 am to 2 pm behind the Pruitt Insurance Agency at 129 S. Main St, Brooklyn.💙🦅💛
💙🦅💛 Columbia School District meal pick up will be on Wednesday from 9 am to 11 am in front of Columbia Central High School. Note the expanded time to assist our families.
We plan to return to in person learning on Wednesday, December 9, 2020. For your information check out the current Columbia COVID - 19 numbers on our Dashboard at http://columbiami.apptegy.us/article/325818?org=columbia-school-district
Check out all of the teaching and learning happening this morning at 9:45 in Columbia Childcare! Thank you to Mrs. Terri McLaury, Kassie Brown, Jordon Goodwin, Ms. Dawnie, Ms. Val, and Tricia Hayes for coordinating this effort each day! We appreciate our CES and CUES teachers and students for working so hard and staying connected. #littleeagles #cuesproud
Still time to make a difference in the life of a child! 💙🦅💛 For more information contact Maria.Cook@myeagles.org .
Looking for great ideas for fun educational STEM 🎁 gifts? Check this out! https://www.smore.com/avwx2
Nominations Encouraged for Michigan Lottery's Excellence in Education Awards to Honor Outstanding Educators, which recognize educators who go “above and beyond” to make a difference in the lives of children. To nominate go to http://bit.ly/ExcellenceInEducation .
Nominations Encouraged for Michigan Lottery's Excellence in Education Awards to Honor Outstanding Educators, which recognize educators who go “above and beyond” to make a difference in the lives of children. To nominate go to http://bit.ly/ExcellenceInEducation .
I once asked a very successful woman to share her secret with me. She smiled and said to me.. "I started succeeding when I started leaving small fights for small fighters. I stopped fighting those who gossiped about me... I stopped fighting with my in laws... I stopped fighting for attention... I stopped fighting to meet peoples expectation of me... I stopped fighting for my rights with inconsiderate people.. I stopped fighting to please everyone... I stopped fighting to prove they were wrong about me.... I left such fights for those who have nothing else to fight... And I started fighting for my vision, my dreams, my ideas and my destiny. The day I gave up on small fights is the day I started becoming successful & so much more content." Some fights are not worth your time..... Choose what you fight for wisely.
Columbia School District is responsible to track staff and student COVID cases, even though we are doing distance learning. Please email ReturnToLearn@myeagles.org with positive COVID information. Thank you!
Columbia School District 💛🦅💙 distance learning is up and running! Technology concerns? Contact your building office and they will route your concerns to tech support. CES 5926632 CUES 5922181 CCHS 5926634 COHS 5299400
Brooklyn Food Bank Thanksgiving 🦃 Food Distribution is tomorrow, Thursday, November 19 from 10 am to 2 pm behind the Pruitt Insurance Agency at 129 S. Main St, Brooklyn. No preregistration necessary. Meals will be distributed until the supply is exhausted. Enter from Main St.
Columbia School District has moved all students to distance learning. Students will return to in person on December 9. Questions, email ReturnToLearn@myeagles.org .
Columbia School District phones and Internet are down at this time. Please excuse the inconvenience.
Nominations Encouraged for Michigan Lottery's Excellence in Education Awards to Honor Outstanding Educators, which recognize educators who go “above and beyond” to make a difference in the lives of children. To nominate go to http://bit.ly/ExcellenceInEducation .
All preschool students , including GSRP will move to Virtual Learning on Wednesday, November 18, and remain virtual until they return to school on December 9. Questions, email ReturnToLearn@myeagles.org
Tonite the Columbia Board of Education updated the Extended Learning Plan. Students in grades PK - 2 and 7 - 12 will attend school as normal tomorrow, Tuesday, 11/17. As of Wedensday, 11/18, all students will participate in distance learning and return to school on 12/9/20.
Columbia Elementary (PK - 2), Columbia Central Jr-Sr High (7 - 12), and Options High School will all be meeting in session at school as normal on Tuesday, November 17. Columbia Upper Elementary (3 - 6) will be distance learning beginning tomorrow, 11/17/20.
The Food Bank Thanksgiving distribution is this Thursday, November 19th from 10 am to 2 pm at The back area of Pruitt Insurance Agency.
Congratulations 💙🦅💛🏐 to Kenadee Tompkins, Bailey Surque and Mia Taylor for making the LCAA all conference team in volleyball
CC up 20 to 15!
Score 13 Columbia to 13 Bronson.
Golden Eagles 🦅 💙💛 tonight at 7 pm ! Please watch! http://sports1.cpa-streamhd.com/hs.php?fbclid=IwAR0iy7cCMkkWoUIOpCVoz0NUOj4PE29Kwp7k5FZrby5L6rrl2E0hA26aJNc#.X62RcYY8LDs
As a country, we are blessed by those who have served. Today, on Veterans' Day, the Columbia School District Family celebrates the service of our Veterans, both near and far. Click the link for the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cKNZteq0gY&feature=youtu.be
Great pictures from the Regional Volleyball game last night! Golden Eagles 🦅 🏐play Bronson on Thursday at 7 pm at CCHS! https://jtv.tv/bath-vs-columbia-central-regional-volleyball-11-10-20-photo-gallery/?fbclid=IwAR0Fvld9zRlx6JDplc2QeRfZ-3k3dCjcUqYvOXzhm7BoJcVrM-eTblf7lXc
Game two of volleyball Regionals: CCHS 18 to Bath 9! Keep up the great work Golden Eagles!💙🦅💛🏐
Golden Eagles 🦅 win the first game of Regionals 26 to 24!💙🦅💛🏐
💙🦅💛 Earlier this morning a reminder for our October Professional Development message was accidentally sent out. Please disregard the message. Thank you!
It is time for the 8th annual Mott Children's Hospital toy drive and I am asking for your help! The holiday season is quickly approaching and for many people that can be stressful and overwhelming. There will be donation boxes in all Columbia School District offices, the Columbia Community Fitness Center, and Dollar General in Brooklyn, MI. Only new toys are accepted per the hospital's guidelines. There is also an option to shop online at Target and Amazon! To find the hospital wish list search First Name: Mott Last Name: Hospital and ship directly to C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital 1540 E. Hospital Dr., 2-722 Ann Arbor, MI 48109-4291. If you would prefer to make monetary donations or have any other questions, please contact me at 517-414-3870. Thank you for supporting families that spend the holiday season in the hospital! Monetary Donations can be accepted through cash, check, Facebook Pay, or Venmo (Maria-Cook28) and will be used towards purchasing toys ☺️
What is Columbia School District doing about Social Emotional Learning? Check this article out! https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2020/11/social-emotional-learning-at-columbia.html
Congratulations Golden Eagles 🦅 Varsity Volleyball Team! https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/11/jackson-area-volleyball-roundup-columbia-central-wins-first-district-title-in-10-years.html?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=jacksoncitpat_sf&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR3tFWcxX2jbq_LLO5Gl7QvP2KA5ZEWEWO7sVP74mFzVdbUUF81EX8ZBQYw
Reach for New Heights! You can achieve! Read more: https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2020/11/reach-for-new-heights.html
Read about the technology of teaching and learning at Columbia Elementary School! https://pamcampbellssoup.blogspot.com/2020/11/bitmoji-classrooms-at-columbia.html
When you consider colleges, you may want to think about whether your degree will be worth the amount of debt that you need to take on to finance your education. https://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/student-loan-ranger/articles/how-to-weigh-student-loan-debt-during-the-college-search?utm_source=usn_tw
Know an outstanding youth volunteer? Have them apply by Nov. 10 for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards! #volunteerism #scholarships https://spirit.prudential.com/apply/2021?utm_medium=display-other&utm_source=facebook-instagram&utm_content=spirit_social&utm_campaign=2020_spirit_of_community&dclid=CNbs97H03uwCFQgAoQodz04DiA
With one minute and 24 seconds left in the game Stockbridge 36 Columbia central 28, CC is on the 4 yard line getting ready to score.
In areas around the country winter weather has arrived! This site will help you get prepared for the inevitable snowstorm! ⛄️ ❄️ https://www.michigan.gov/documents/msp/FEMA_MSP_Winter_Weather_Hazards_Packet_637153_7.pdf
From the Food Bank: "Beauty where you Live" File: Tuesday (10/27/2020) morning 2 women were having coffee at Callaghan's. They were approached by another woman who handed them a $100 bill. They asked, "Why?" She answered: "My husband recently passed and I have extra money." The 2 women came into the food pantry and gave it to us. They said they were "paying it forward". All we can EVER do, is PAY-IT-FORWARD. Blessings...
Covid has been here for 9+ months now....and winter is looming. Mental health issues related to our lock down and the pandemic are especially hard for people with depression and other mental health disorders. NAMI, The National Alliance on Mental Illness has a 24-hour helpline: 800-950-6264. The relapse and overdose rate has increased by 30% since March 2020.
Columbia Central Varsity Football is playing against Ida! Best wishes to our team!
💙🦅💛🏀It’s time for some basketball!! Junior high 7th and 8th grade boys will begin tryouts on Monday October 26th in the Junior High Gym (Fitness Center). Players will need to be in the gym and dressed ready to start by 2:55. Please remember that all players will need to wear masks to tryouts. In order to participate in the tryouts you have to have a physical on file with the school. **REMINDER** If you had a physical last year one is not required per MHSAA however you will need to get a waiver and have it turned in to the school prior to tryouts Monday. If you can get your player a physical, please do. A lot can happen over a years time especially at these ages.
The Brooklyn Area Food bank is now at 125 S Main St behind Tony Pruitt Insurance! The food bank is open from 10 AM to 2 PM today!
NEW TEMPORARY LOCATION EFFECTIVE 10/20/2020 [UPDATED 10/15/2020: During COVID-19]: We are OPEN as always: 10 am - 2 pm (Tuesday/Thursday) NEW TEMPORARY LOCATION - DRIVE-THROUGH ONLY: Behind Tony Pruitt Insurance Agency 125 S. Main Street, Brooklyn, MI 49230 FOOD/DONATION DROP-OFF: ONLY at LOCATION ABOVE - During Normal Business Hours. (NOTE: Call us if you have a bulk donation, we will arrange for pick-up!) ALSO: Donation Button on our Website: www.brooklynfoodpantry.com Questions / Special Needs / Special Arrangements: Call our HOTLINE: [Cell Phone] (734) 476-9177] EMAIL: BrooklynFoodPantry171@gmail.com We expect and are ready for increased need during these historical times. Please be generous and share food as you can. If you are in need, do not be too shy or proud to ask. We are here for times just like these. NOTE: One Trip per Week per Family... Thanks. *Be Safe | Be Smart | Wash Hands | Limit Public Contact*
Varsity Football Tickets for Friday's home game versus Ida will be on sale at the CCHS ticket booth from 1 to 3:30pm
Best wishes to the CCHS Boys Soccer team! They play District Semi-Finals tomorrow at Clinton beginning at 4:30 pm. There are no extra tickets.
Reminder: there will be no in person or distance learning today at Columbia School District. Teachers will be in professional development today, October 19. See you on Tuesday, October 20!💙🦅💛
Good afternoon. There will be no in person or distance learning tomorrow , October 19, due to Columbia School District teachers being involved in professional development. Normal in person and distance learning resumes on Tuesday, October 20. #ItsAGreatDayToBeAGoldenEagle
NEW TEMPORARY LOCATION EFFECTIVE 10/20/20 [UPDATED 10/15/2020: During COVID-19]: We are OPEN as always: 10 am - 2 pm (Tuesday/Thursday) NEW TEMPORARY LOCATION - DRIVE-THROUGH ONLY: Behind Tony Pruitt Insurance Agency 125 S. Main Street, Brooklyn, MI 49230 FOOD/DONATION DROP-OFF: ONLY at LOCATION ABOVE - During Normal Business Hours. (NOTE: Call us if you have a bulk donation, we will arrange for pick-up!) ALSO: Donation Button on our Website: www.brooklynfoodpantry.com Questions / Special Needs / Special Arrangements: Call our HOTLINE: [Cell Phone] (734) 476-9177] EMAIL: BrooklynFoodPantry171@gmail.com We expect and are ready for increased need during these historical times. Please be generous and share food as you can. If you are in need, do not be too shy or proud to ask. We are here for times just like these. NOTE: One Trip per Week per Family... Thanks. *Be Safe | Be Smart | Wash Hands | Limit Public Contact*
Quote of the Day: Good Morning ☀️ Give strength today. 🦅🦅💙💛