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District News

12 In A Row - CCHS A-Team District Champs Again
Laker Band Members Named to All-District Band
CCMS Academic Team are District Governor's Cup Champs
CCHS Academic Team Fairs Well at South Warren Tourney
COVID-19 Procedure Changes
Seasons Readings Gives Away Books to Every Kindergartner
Laker Review - Volume 45, Issue 3
Dakoyta Littlebrant is ATC Rotary Student of the Month
Laken McDaniel is CCHS Rotary Student of the Month
River Valley Ag Credit Donates $8500 to CCHS FFA
Laker Marching Band wins Rotary Parade Award
CCHS Students Chosen for MSU Quad State Honor Choir
CCHS Students Named FFA All-Region Stars
CCMS 6th Grade Academic Team are Showcase Champions
CCHS Academic Team Wins WSIU Hi-Q Tourney
Adison Hicks Signs to Play Softball at Murray State
CCMS Academic Team Wins WKAA Tournament
Bailey Provine is November CCHS Rotary Student of the Month
Brice McClure is November ATC Rotary Student of the Month
Laker Review - Volume 46, Issue 2
Dylan Price Wins Regional ATC Award
Skyler Cook is ATC Rotary Student of the Month
Requirement for Face Coverings Changes Monday, Nov. 1
Sunny Clark is CCHS Rotary Student of the Month
Calloway County Teacher Noraa Ransey is Chamber Educator of the Year
State Rep. Imes is "Principal for a Day" at Southwest Elementary
CCHS Teacher Jennifer Ernstberger Named 2021 McDonald's Outstanding Educator
North Teacher Noraa Ransey Selected for National Board Committee
Laker Review - Volume 46, Issue 1
Scott Pile Selected for KAAC Hall of Fame
Ashleigh Caldwell is Rotary Student of the Month
Letter from Mr. Settle on SB 1
CCHS FFA Receives Donation from River Valley Ag Credit
Maddie Waldrop Named New CCHS Girls BB Head Coach
CCHS Alumnus Wins Emmy Award
Opening Day Letter from Mr. Settle
CCHS Hires New Band Director
Tawnya Hunter Wins KASA District Administrator Award
Back to School Letter from Mr. Settle
17 Years in a Row! CCHS FFA Keeps State Title Streak Alive
Josh McKeel Receives Excellence in Leadership Award
CCHS Student Accepted to Craft Academy
Calloway County Virtual Learning Academy for Grades 9-12 Student working on computer