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March 28th, 2014
COLUMBIA CITY â Columbia City High School students were given a brief, but unique opportunity to experience life with disabilities Thursday.
As part of Disabilities Awareness Month, several stations were set up around the high school gymnasium for students to visit.
At each stop, a challenge was given to teens to maneuver through an obstacle with a twist that focused on a certain disability.
Columbia City High School hosted a Disabilities Awareness Day Thursday in the gymnasium during lunch. Pictured is Shaina Hiatt, Karen Koday and Brittany Haire sell items made by CCHS students with disabilities.
According to area media, two white males, armed with a gun, entered the home of an elderly couple just north of Laotto, tied them up and robbed the place. The gunmen held the couple overnight until early this morning.
Reports say the suspects took weapons from the home, as well as a red pick-up truck, before leaving. The suspects remain at large.
Columbia City's Redevelopment project at the corner of Line and Van Buren Streets has been deemed irreparable and is set to be demolished this spring.
SOUTH WHITLEY â Whitko High School is in their production of Rodgers and Hammersteinâs âCinderella,â directed by Dawn Hinthorn and Susie Trixler.
The musical will be held in the auditorium of Whitko High School at 7 p.m. April 25 and 26.
The tale of the young servant girl turned belle of the ball with the help of a little magic is a well known tale.
However, few know that one of her stepsisters wanted to be a lawyer, without having the brains for the job.
And few know that the entire kingdom turned out into the town square to try on the slipper.
COLUMBIA CITY â Columbia City High School will hold its annual Honors Convocation Monday, May 12, at 6 p.m. in the Newell Rice Auditorium.
School officials are preparing for the ceremony and asking that any group or individuals planning to present an award to CCHS students, to call Cheryl Hoffman to make arrangements for the presentation.
Hoffman can be reached at 244-6136, ext 3211 or email email@example.com. Presenters should include the following information:
â¢the name of the award,
â¢the presenter of the award, and
â¢the name of the student recipient.
After a successful season of competition, Columbia City High School will graduate several show choir member. Pictured are the graduating seniors in City Heat, CCHSâs mixed choir, and City Soul, the choirâs back up band, taken Saturday at the state competition in Plainfield. Front row, from left: Matthew Swain, Jasmine Lacey, Abbgail Vorndran, Anna McCullough, Allison Yoder and Hannah Schaefer. Back row: Director Rosalie Geller, Austin Wehr, Darrik Brower, Ali McQueen, Ben Tison, Jason Hershman, Ciera Jarrett, and Josh Graham.
Friday, March 28
â¢Food safety - 9 a.m.
A large segment of agriculture includes small farms. Whether a side business or a producer trying to make it their main business, fruit and vegetable producers are among small farmers making a go of it.
However, in order to meet certain state requirements for producers who wish to sell to a restaurant, grocery store, or similar business, training in Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) is required.
COLUMBIA CITY â Not every person learns in the same way. Not every person thrives in the same type of environment. Not every person fits within the typical classroom mold.
At TROY Center Alternative School, staff understands that students have different needs.
Thatâs why the flexible environment and alternative curriculum aims to help each person find their own path to success.
Whether a studentâs struggles have involved problems with peers, academic problems, or behavioral issues, TROY Center is working to help them find their way to a successful education.