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  • “Change for a Change”

    Childhood Cancer Awareness Week

    Monday – Friday, September 18-22

    Starting Monday, Sept. 18 and ending on Friday, Sept. 29, students may bring in change or any monetary donation to put in the collection bag in their rooms to be donated at the end of the month to the Christian Bryant Childhood Cancer Foundation.  At the end of September, all donations will be counted and the Pre K-2nd and 3rd-5th class with the most donations will win a pizza party.  Also, students may participate in the following daily events to raise awareness for Childhood Cancer:

    Monday, Sept. 18:  Go Gold for Childhood Cancer- Wear gold or yellow, the color of the Childhood Cancer Awareness ribbon.

    • Everyday 46 children in the United States are diagnosed with some form of Childhood Cancer. That’s almost 16,000 children per year.

     

    Tuesday, Sept. 19:  Camo Day: We’re battling childhood cancer!  – Wear something camo. 

    • Some children will be in active treatment for 3 years for childhood cancer. We will battle childhood cancer as hard as we can!

     

    Wednesday, Sept. 20:  Pajama Day – Students may wear pajamas, but please wear regular shoes, not slippers.

    • Children spend many days and nights in the hospital for their cancer treatment instead of getting to go to school or getting to stay at home.

     

    Thursday, Sept. 21: Dress your Best for WES Picture Day!  – No special dress up today due to school picture day

     

     

    Friday, Sept. 22:  Favorite Team Jersey/Shirt Day – WES is tackling childhood cancer!

    • Childhood Cancer is not just one disease. There are more than 25 different types, each requiring their own research and treatment. Less than 5% of federal cancer research money goes to childhood cancer research. Let’s tackle this problem together!
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  • NGEMC Donates $29,000 to Whitfield County Schools

    The North Georgia Electric Membership Foundation is giving $29,000 to Whitfield County Schools to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). The donation comes from Operation Round Up. Members of the North Georgia Electric Membership Corporation (NGEMC) may round their bills up to the next dollar amount. Those pennies are pooled and used for charitable endeavors throughout the region with approximately 25 percent of the proceeds earmarked for STEM education.

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  • Coahulla Creek Senior Scholastically Ranked in Nation’s Top 3 Percent

    Thomas Satterfield, a senior at Coahulla Creek High School, is a Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, was presented to this scholastically talented senior.

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  • Parent Engagement Survey

    Survey available until Sept. 29

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  • College Board Announces 2017 AP Scholars

    The College Board recently named 44 students as AP Scholars in Whitfield County Schools. With the AP Scholar Awards, the AP Program recognizes high school students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement through their performance on AP Exams.

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  • SHS Student Ambassadors Meet Secretary of State

    A group from Southeast High School traveled to a kickoff event for the Student Ambassador Program hosted by Georgia Secretary of State Brian P. Kemp. Kemp launched the Student Ambassador Program in January 2016 to provide Georgia's high school students an opportunity to engage as leaders within their schools and communities. The program, designed for 10th-12th grade students, helps them gain leadership experience by engaging in Georgia civics, encouraging voter registration among their peers, and volunteering within their communities.

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  • FY18 Title I Annual Parent Meetings

    During the next few weeks, parents of students who attend Title I schools get to learn more about their child’s education and share their ideas at their school’s annual Title I meeting. The purpose of the Title I annual parent meeting is to provide information to parents of participating children about the Title I program and their right to be involved in their child’s education. Click the headline for more information, dates, and times.

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  • Coahulla Creek Teacher a State Finalist for Presidential Math Award

    Coahulla Creek High School math teacher Billy Singletary is one of five state finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

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