Points of Pride
Superior Rankings Earned by Band Students
Sophie Brown performed with the MSBOA District 3 Honor Band, directed this year by Damien Crutcher from Wayne State University on Saturday, January 25, 2020.
Several of our middle school students traveled to Bad Axe on Monday, January 27 to participate in the Thumb Friends of the Arts Solo & Ensemble event. Makenna Katus & Zachary Bareither earned Division 2 (Excellent) ratings. Jenna Bareither, Cole Marcola, Jacob Moore, & Molina Dewald earned Division 1 (Superior) ratings.
Six members of the high school band (Sophie Brown, Mersaides Gilmore, Brice Leveille, Tyler Leveille, Zane Long, & Maddie Warden) performed with the Tri-County Honor Band on Saturday, February 1. The Band was directed this year by Kayla Cordell, director of music programs at Cornerstone University.
Two of our high school band students participated in the MSBOA District 3 Solo & Ensemble Festival on Saturday, February 8. Maddie Warden earned a Division 1 (Superior) rating on her Euphonium solo. Sophie Brown earned 3 Division 1 (Superior) ratings, on snare drum, tympani, & marimba solos. Both qualified to perform again at the State festival next month.
Thank you & congratulations to our students for their hard work!
Superior Ranking Received by CHS Drama Club
The CHS Drama Club received the highest rank of superior at the Mid-Michigan Theatre Arts Festival held at Garber High School February 1, 2020. Receiving awards from the adjudicators for their outstanding acting were Isaac Joslyn as Detective O'Finn and Lecretia Hudson as Birdie Beauregard. Also receiving an award for his work as our all around tech person was William Warren. Congratulations to the entire cast for their remarkable and comedic performance!
Choir Solo and Ensemble Students Earn Superior Ratings
Solo and Ensemble Students Earn Superior Ratings
Monday, Jan.27th, 2020 fifteen high school choir students traveled to Bad Axe HS for Solo and Ensemble. All three events came back with Superior Ratings ( I ) from their adjudicator. The students involved were: Stefanee Koon and Cordelia Koepf, Duet; Renae King and Elise Flikkie, Duet; CHS A Cappella Singers, consisting of Madison Hardenburgh, Kai Wiesen, Elise Flikkie, Destiny Dennis, Renae King, Ivy Stejakowski, Kaylee Bell, Alana Bitzer, Madeline Carson, Josiah Anderson, Klayton Clish, Zack Terry, and Tim Vacanti. Congratulations and keep up the good work!
WWII Veteran receives CHS Diploma
WWII Veteran receives CHS Diploma
Monday, January 13, 2020 was a special night for 94-year-old World War II Veteran Gerald Johnston of Caro. Mr. Johnston left high school to serve our country and was unable to finish his high school education. The Caro Community Schools Board of Education honored Mr. Johnston at their meeting when he was awarded his Caro High School diploma.
“I’m so happy that I could almost scream.”
“I’m going to show it to everybody I can,” Johnston said. “Put it right around my neck.
View the WNEM video here.
Dale Swanson Recognized as March Employee of the Month
CCS Recognize Dale Swanson As March Employee of the Month
Dale Swanson is the newest member of our district custodial staff. Although it has been a short period of time that Dale has been with us, he has made a long lasting impressions on those he works with and around. The teachers Dale works with have expressed their complete satisfaction and relief that Dale is working so well with them. Dale willingly demonstrated his talents with the skillful construction and redesign of the nurses station at Schall School. Not only is his quality of work recognized but also his personable, helpful, and considerate personality. Thank you Dale, for turning up your sleeves and committing to the "behind-the-scenes" care, safety, and security of our school district.
February Employee of The Month is Mike Kubiak
Mike has been a Caro School bus driver since 2014. In the time that he has been with the district he has been extremely conscientious in his duties. Mike goes the extra mile for the students that ride his bus. He will take a backpack all the way across town to a student that forgot it on the bus if he feels that student needs it right away. He communicates with the parents of his riders keeping them informed of student behavior and activity on the bus. Due to his diligence he has very few negative behaviors to report. His bus is also the best kept in the fleet! Thank you Mr. Mike, for going above and beyond, and supporting all programs necessary for developmental support to your riders of all ages!
Jodi is a key component to the smooth operation of the Middle School office. Her dedication to the success of the students and her coworkers is what makes her so invaluable. Jodi is quick to take on extra tasks and complete them in a timely and detailed manner. She manages all of the M.S. Special Education paperwork and documentation, she packs 38 backpacks with food for our less fortunate students weekly (sometimes twice a week) and distributes them to all of our schools. Jodi also arranges for substitutes when necessary. Thank you, Jodi, for being so committed to our school community.
December Employee of The Month Is Tricia Phillips
We appreciate Tricia Phillips in the High School Guidance Office for being an outstanding employee! Tricia has been a huge asset to CCS since she was hired last year. Not only is she a quick learner who pays attention to detail, but her calm demeanor and kind personality make her perfect in her position.
Jack Beckrow Named November Employee of the Month
Jack Beckrow is appreciated for his dedication to provide McComb's staff and students with a clean, safe, functional, and secure environment. Jack keeps his building in a state of operational excellence. In doing so McComb experiences no interruptions, distractions, or obstacles to the education program. Thank you Jack for your commitment!