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2018 CHS Men's Golf Team
Overall Record of 80-7. (Best in school history)
We finished 3rd in the state(highest finish in school golf history)
2nd consecutive state appearance for the boys team
2018 Region 4-AAA Champions
(2nd Consecutive Year)
2018 District 8AAA champions 
(2nd Consecutive Year)
Individual honors 
Austin Farris finished in 3rd place at the state tournament individually which is highest finish in school golf history 
Samuel Prater- District 8-AAA Player of the Year
District 8-AAA All-District Honors
Samuel Prater 
Austin Farris 
Matthew Hale
Josh Perry
Coaching Honors:
Mike Ray-District 8-AAA Boys Coach of the Year
 ( 2nd straight year boys honor, 6th year conscective as coach of the year as either boys or girls coach of the year)
6th consecutive team appearance at State championships
Winningest golf coach in school history with a record 879-248

8th place finish at FBLA Nationals
8th place finish at FBLA Nationals
FBLA

Chloe Spry, Anna Gann and Weston Hargrove were recognized Monday, September 10 and the school board meeting for placing 8th in the nation at FBLA Nationals. Way to go!


7th place finish at FCCLA Nationals
7th place finish at FCCLA Nationals
FCCLA

Anna Robinson was recognized at the September 10, 2018 school board meeting for placing 7th in the nation at FCCLA. Great job!


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Renewed Tenure

These teachers have renewed tenure for the 2018-2020 school years. Some not pictured. These folks were recognized at the December 2018 school board meeting. 

Freeze, Andrea
McWhorter, Brandon
Newman, Tiffany
Stanfill, Sandra
Snyder, Laurie
Alonso, Deborah
Dobson, Erin
Leedy, Melissa
Harper, Robert
Hinshaw, Jeffery
Perry, Kandance

 


CHS students attend SCOPE Conference
CHS students attend SCOPE Conference
SCOPE Conference

High School students attend the SCOPE Conference . Pictured from Left to Right is teacher Nicole Carney, Sawyer Vaughn, Haley Richardson, Weston Hargrove, Elexa Payne and Lacey Fults. 


Dr. McFall accepting the award
Dr. McFall accepting the award
South Central Tennessee Superintendent of the Year

Dr. LaDonna Mcfall was recognized during the July 10, 2017 school board meeting for being named South Central Tennessee Superintendent of the Year by Executive Director of Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents, Dr. Dale Lynch. Way to go!


Alicean recognized for her accomplishments at the Girls State Wresting Tournament
Alicean recognized for her accomplishments at the Girls State Wresting Tournament
Tennessee Girls State Wrestling Tournament
Alicean was recognized at the March 2018 school board meeting for her accomplishments during the Wrestling season. She placed 4th at the West Region Tournament that qualified her for the State Tournament. She ended up becoming Coffee County's first state medalist in wrestling history and placed 4th at the Tennessee Girls State Wrestling Tournament.

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Tenure
These Coffee County teachers received tenure for the 2018-2020 school years. Employees were recognized at the December 2018 school board meeting. Some not pictured.
Alexander, Sallie
Wiggins-James, Lisa
Jamison, Bradley
Louden, Becki
Monroe, Amanda
Higdon, Jonathan
Carney, Nicole
Petersen, Erica
Stewart, Kristi
Vacek, Mary
Horn, Charles
Dillihay, Lara
Inzer, Joshua
Wallace, Amanda
Cawthorn, Valerie
Costello, Amanda
Piccone, Brittany
Kanjanabout, Kayla
Cauble, Monica
Emily Robinson
Huddleston, Lynn
Howell, Autumn

Student receiving Light Switch Plate Award
Student receiving Light Switch Plate Award
TRANE Light Switch Contest Winner- Elementary

The winner in the elementary category for his Light Switch Plate Design was Samuel Lee Medina, Jr from Hillsboro Elementary School. 


Student receiving Light Plate Switch award
Student receiving Light Plate Switch award
TRANE Light Switch Contest Winner- High School

The winner from the high school category for their Light Switch Plate Design was Cierra Irwin from Coffee County Central High School.


Ms. Welch receiving award
Ms. Welch receiving award
TRANE Light Switch Contest Winner- Middle School

The winner in the middle school category for their Light Swtich Plate Design was Kathryn Emily Welch from Coffee County Middle School. 


TRANE award
TRANE award
TRANE Light Switch Plate Sticker Contest

TRANE sponsered a contest to our students to design a light switch sticker reminding people to turn off lights when they leave an empty room. This contest was open to our elementary, middle and high school students. The top 2 choices from each elementary school, top 5 from the middle school and top 6 from the high school were judged at the Coffee County Board of Education by Brett Henley- School Board Chair, Mayor Gary Cordell, Tim Morris-Commissioner, Beverly Robertson- Property Assessor and Donna Toney- Register of Deeds. Three winners were chosen from each category and their design will be printed out to be used on light switch plates within schools of that category throughout the Coffee County School System. Each winner also won an iPad2. 

Start a habit that's always right, when you leave the room, turn off the light! 


TSBA Board Award
TSBA Board Award
Board of Education Earns TSBA Board of Distinction Honor

The Coffee County Board of Education was honored by the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) for its efforts to effectively govern public schools for more than 4,500 students. TSBA presented a prestigious Board of  distinction Award, which recognized outstanding performance by the entire school board, at a public school board meeting to highlight the accomplishments of Coffee County’s elected education leaders. The award was presented byc Mark Clark at the Coffee County Board of Education on Monday, May 11.
Made up of seven members, the Coffee County Board of Education includes Brett Henley, chairman, Pat Barton, Shannon Duncan, Freda Jones, Sandra Klonaris, Gary Nester, and Esther Sims; Dr. LaDonna McFall serves as the Director of Schools.
“The Tennessee School Boards Association believes it is important to recognize individual school board member accomplishments, but it is also important to recognize outstanding performance by school boards as corporate units,” said TSBA Executive Director Tammy Grissom. “TSBA’s Board of Distinction Program is designed to recognize those school boards
that meet the highest levels of achievement in the areas of planning, policy, promotion, and board development. We are extremely proud of the Coffee County Board of Education for its demonstrated commitment to effectively serving today’s students and taxpayers while planning for the future.” To qualify, boards must complete meet specific standards in the four areas of emphasis within a two year period. Specific requirements for the award include conducting a superintendent evaluation, developing a five year plan, participating in a board retreat, conducting an annual review of all board policies, being represented at the TSBA Delegate Assembly, adopting the
TSBA Code of Ethics, and participating in a board selfevaluation. Recipients of the award are presented with a plaque to display in their central office. Designation as a Board of Distinction is given for two years, after which the board may submit another entry for continued Board of Distinction status. The Tennessee School Boards Association, a statewide, nonprofit organization, is a federation of the state’s local school boards. It serves as an advocate for the interests of Tennessee’s nearly one million public school students and 141 school districts.


Former Board Members
Former Board Members
Former Board Members Recognition

Proir to the February 9 board meeting, we recognized former school board members who had served for the Coffee County School System in previous years. We appreciate their dedication to our schools!


Swearing in of Board Members
Swearing in of Board Members
2014-2015 Swearing in of board members

On Monday, September 15, Teresa McFadden, Coffee County Clerk, swears in newly elected board members Pat Barton and Sandy Klonaris as well as re-elected board members Freda K. Jones and Brett Henley.


Group Photo of Coffee County Board of Education
Group Photo of Coffee County Board of Education
2014-2015 School Board Members

Front row- Freda Jones, Sandy Klonaris, Shannon Duncan, Esther Sims

Back row- Pat Barton, Gary Nester, Brett Henley


Photo of Brett Henley and Dr. McFall with certificate
Photo of Brett Henley and Dr. McFall with certificate
Brett Henley- Master Board Member Status

Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) recognized four school board members at their recent convention who earned master board member status. To encourage professional growth of school board members, TSBA offers a master school board member award to members who invest their time and effort into becoming more informed and more effective school board members. Level V board members must have earned 250 credits in the appropriate categories and submitted a portfolio that must have received at least a 25 out of 30 points from the award judges. The portfolio consists of: sample policies, references from colleagues, self-evaluation, presentations, advocacy and a written essay.

 

Congratulations Mr. Brett Henley- thank you for your hard work!


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