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13 2016 May
By Emily Pridgen
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Australian Shepherds 101

Are you looking for someone who knows all about Australian shepherds, their ins and outs, ups and downs? Well, my friend, you have come to the wrong place. I’m not an expert, but I know from having Aussies on our farm, they make great pets and watch dogs. A couple of years ago our goats...

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28 2016 March
By NRPOP
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2016 Celebrate the Arts – Best in Show

Gallery of Celebrate the Arts Best in Show winners and performing arts....

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01 2016 March
By Blair Watts
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CCCA Students Blair Watts and Emily Pridgen Enter Video Contest

Columbus Career and College Academy students Blair Watts and Emily Pridgen recently entered a video contest focused on youth safety in the workplace. You can watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZXjQnZo7h0 We would like to thank our mentors and teachers Alisha Alston and Fred Mason for helping us through this entire process and to everyone who participated...

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23 2016 February
By Margaret Sasser
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Top 5: Safe Driving Tips

Top 5: Safe Driving Tips 1. Put your phone in the backseat This one is for all of the texting and driving offenders. The best way to avoid the temptation to text/tweet/Snapchat and drive is simply to place the phone in the backseat of the vehicle, completely out of reach. Out of sight out of...

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11 2016 February
By Kelly Jones
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Coat of Arms Project

After reading and studying “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” and an excerpt  from Le Mort e d’Arthur  as a county- wide PBL for English IV, I was assigned to create a coat of arms or shield using my creativity–selecting colors and symbols that represented details about me. On my coat of arms, I used...

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11 2016 February
By Kelly Jones
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Stallionette Semi-formal by Madison Hardee

The Stallionettes is an admirable civics group at South Columbus High School. We are a group of girls who reach out to the community as well as other volunteer services.  Considering that this is our first year, we have worked really hard to start out strong. With hard work, dedication, and the support of our...

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11 2016 February
By Kelly Jones
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Stallion Spectacular Christmas Show by Eryn Patrick

On December 17, the Arts Department of South Columbus High School held our annual Stallion Spectacular Christmas Show.  We hosted a preshow dinner, complete with student entertainment including tap dancers, handbell choir, guitarists, dramatic monologues, and solo singers.  The proceeds from this dinner will help us to be able to get started in the process...

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28 2016 January
By Kelly Jones
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Toys for Tots by Bri-Anna Clark

    The Student Council, Senior Beta Club, JROTC and ROCAME organizations recently collected toys for the Toys for Tots program. This program is run by the US Marine Corp Reserve and distributes toys to children whose families can’t afford to buy Christmas presents. Approximately 60 toys were donated by students and staff....

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28 2016 January
By Kelly Jones
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Cultural Diversity Week at ECHS by Alex Rye

Tuesday, the fine arts department took over. First to perform was the theatre arts class doing a reading of Little Scarface, a popular Native American legend. Next, dance teacher Allison Farmer went over different dance styles and where they originated, then the Gator Girls performed and Africans styled dance. Lastly, the chorus put together a slide describing the different...

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14 2015 December
By Kelly Jones
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The Dragon’s Descent by Jackson Norris

            The Dragon lay upon his throne of stones, tearing off the head of a peasant Geat he had slaughtered earlier in the day to store away for his nightly meal. The Dragon’s body was long, red, and covered in scales. His body weirdly tones: plump but abnormally muscular. “Ahh, the Geats,” he said, “Their...

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