News and Announcements

Important Information From the NHTSA About Student Safety

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is urging motorists to exercise caution and follow State laws when approaching a school bus or school crossing. Following a string of recent tragedies in Florida, Indiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky, NHTSA is calling on the public and media to help educate communities on ways to reduce incidents of stop-arm violations and ensure all students arrive to and from school safely.
Click on the link to read more about being safe driving around kids going to and from school.
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Dragon Spirit Newspaper Information

The Dragon Spirit Newspaper has now been pushed out to all student and faculty computers.
In order to access it, everyone will need to do the following:
Go to Finder --> Applications --> Newspaper --> October Edition.ibooks
Double-click to open the newspaper.
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Advanced Spanish Classes celebrate Dia de Los Muertos

In honor of Día de los muertos, a traditional Mexican holiday, Mrs. Grele, Mrs. Williamson, and Mrs Smithson's classes created ofrendas. This holiday has evolved into a combination of Aztec practices and the Catholic All Saints and All Souls Days. Ofrendas are altar dedications to a deceased member of society in order to honor his or her life. Usually items that were important to the person are placed on the ofrenda along with other traditional objects. Click on the link to see the top 3 ofrendas based on voting. Great job advanced Spanish classes!
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Science National Honor Society Application Information

Juniors and Seniors can now apply for Science National Honor Society  
To be accepted, you must be a Junior or Senior currently enrolled in an upper-level science course and you must have taken at least 3 honors or AP science courses (this can include this year’s science courses).  You also need to have an overall unweighted GPA of 3.0 AND an unweighted GPA of 3.5 in all Science courses.  Dues are $20 once you are accepted. The deadline is November 5th. Click on the link to apply.
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Dragons Swimming Dominates In First Meet

The Collierville High School swimming team had a great start to their season last night at the 1st meet of the year.

Collierville posted a dominant performance with a combined score of 220.50. The boys took first place with a score of 113 and the girls finished at the top with a score of 107.50.

Click on the link to see the full results.
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