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We are surviving the beautiful Pacific NW weather and winning 49-0 at halftime! Go CCS!
Hello we came by your Facebook page to say hello and like your page, please reciprocate when you have a chance. NewDawn Security is reaching out to administrators, parents and teachers to let you know there is now a “Safe School Operations Certification” that goes beyond just mitigating every risk…it also provides insurance rate reductions !
Because the "Seniors Reign" they created a thunder storm in the lunchroom this afternoon and made it rain candy for the HS students! Watch Video
It has been wild Color War Friday to cap off our amazing Spirit Week and as we arrived this morning we were welcomed by a school that has been taken over by the Senior class!
Congratulations again to the 2014 Homecoming Court; and to Timothy Worley and Elizabeth Stover for being crowned Homecoming King and Queen! Come join us at the homecoming game on Saturday!
Today is Rivalry Day and Senior Samantha Simpson came to school in rivalry with herself previewing the soon to be released Captain America 3! CCS loves Spirit Week!
It's Wild Wilderness day at CCHS and even the office ladies are wearing their camo gear to hide from the wild animals...
Important reminder for this meeting tomorrow evening!
Both princess candidates did a great job! We're so proud of you!
Today is the last day to purchase homecoming tickets for $50 each. On Monday ticket prices go up to $55 each. This is going to a be a great event that students will not want to miss out on! Tickets can purchased in the JH/HS Office.
Congratulations to Michael Parnell for winning the #HowDoYouBlueCrew selfie contest from the sidelines of last week's game! You can show your Blue Crew from anywhere not just the stands! Remember to take your Blue Crew selfies, using #HowDoYouBlueCrew, at tonight's game at Renton Memorial Stadium vs Hazen HS, 7 pm. See you there, GO COUGS!
2014-2015 Daffodil Princess Selection is on Monday, October 6th in the Performing Arts Center at CCHS. Come support Seniors, Elizabeth Stover and Mackenzie Bjornson as they are in the running to represent CCS as the 2014-2015 Daffodil Princess. This is a great event for all ages to encourage carrying on the tradition of the Daffodil Festival and for the many CCS Daffodil Princesses to come.