Columbus High School Theatre will present Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Nov. 9 at 7 and Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Nantkes Performing Arts Center at CMS...
CHS Senior Joseph Campbell Jr. received the Letter of Commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Program for outstanding performance on the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National ...
CHS junior Allie Gotschall received the Award of Excellence from the national Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists. This past June she represented CHS and the st...
Event: Wrestling: Boys 7/8 Grades vs. Walnut Middle, St. Paul, Palmer Junior/Senior, Madison Public Schools, High Plains Community, Hastings St. Cecilia, Hastings Middle, Grand Island Central Catholic, Gibbon, Fullerton JH, Centura, Central Valley Public Schools, Central City Middle, Aurora, Barr Middle, Horizon Middle, Sunrise Middle, Westridge Middle (Away)
Event: Early Dismissal
Within the next hour, as part of CHS emergency preparedness planning, students and staff will take part in a building-wide evacuation. The steps we take today are to help ensure students and staff know what to do and where to go in the event that we would be ordered to evacuate our building due to an emergency. The safety of our students and staff are the foremost concern of our administration. There is no cause for alarm as today’s activities are a planned exercise.
Columbus Police Officer Jorge Magdaleno answered questions from CMS students. From the information they received, the students will write a short biography about Officer Magdaleno. The assignment is helping the students practice the different genres of writing. view image
Nebraska Extension – Platte County led the 4-H School Enrichment program called Leadership Summit for all CMS 5th graders. The Leadership Summit was a hiking theme experience where students spent all day learning about themselves and how to work with others. The morning featured the opportunity to learn about their own personality and how they naturally operate as a leader as well as learning how to recognize, accept and value differences among their peers. Students rotated through sessions called Scenic Lookout (how to be an effective listener), Teamwork Tightrope (teamwork through communication), Tower Building (teamwork through working together) and Cards of Value (learning how to treat everyone respectfully). The day provided an opportunity for students to learn actively about how to be a great leader. view image
The CHS Winter Sports Parents meeting will be Nov. 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the Concert Hall. Parents who have students participating in basketball, wrestling or swimming & diving are encouraged to attend. This includes parents of Scotus students who are planning to swim at CHS. Students are welcome to attend, but it is not a requirement. Activities Director Dave Hiebner will have a short address, followed by comments from the CHS Booster Club, and Athletic Trainer Rob Marshall. Parents will then go to meetings with their sport-specific coaches.