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Build-A-Bed at CCHS today. Special thanks to Ben Spencer and his students, John Cordray, United Way, all the sponsors and the build teams. They are building 50 beds today, 31 of those will go to South Harrison students. We are grateful that we can host this event and help South Harrison families and students. ...
Excellent👏🏻 Mr. Spencer is the best teacher ever. CCHS is so lucky to have him. My boys have learned so much from him, second to none. Thanks Mr. Spencer! Awesome project and so glad it’s helping ppl in our community. 👍🏻😊☺️
What a great community service project that will truly have an impact on someone's life.
So proud of our school and students. Thank you to you and the sponsors!
YAY!!!! Good for you❤️
Today the CCHS POE class and AG Power Classes traveled to Duke Energy Gallagher Power Plant in New Albany to learn about Electrical Power. The students were able to see where the coal arrives, step inside the boiler, and see the turbines. They then stopped at Culver's in Corydon, had lunch, and learned more about business franchises from Frank Spanopolous. ...
HOLIDAY ORNAMENT SALES
The Corydon High School Industrial Arts Club and shop classes are selling holiday ornaments again this year. Click the link below and enter your information to order your ornaments today! All ornaments are customized with names and/or other text of your choice. This years shape is the SNOWMAN! Ornaments are $5 each (Please make checks payable to CCHS). Please pickup ornaments in the CCHS high school office, and thank you for your support.
All proceeds from the sale of ornaments will be donated to the Hardin Memorial Fund at the Harrison County Community Foundation. This fund directly benefits students in the shop program and Industrial Arts Club at CCHS.
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Ben Spencer and Whitney Sauerheber showed off their new spaces and equipment tonight at the Board meeting. Thanks to our Board members and Dr. Eastridge for having the vision. Our students and staff appreciate the support. South Harrison students will be doing BIG things! ...
I would love to brag on this program! My son is a senior and has been on the manufacturing/ engineering pathway since the beginning. He has recently been visiting college programs around the area that have an engineering program. In a group of students at each university he was asked what classes he had to prepare him. When he talked about his classes, the advisors and other students were amazed at all the things he had been exposed to in his field. The other students on similar pathways had only “math” and “science” classes, not specific engineering classes. Thank you to the teachers and school for providing this opportunity to my son. He is more than prepared for the future in this field!
Carrie Eichenberger Spencer
Today's French word was "le fromage." That means "cheese." The French III and IV students sampled 10 different kinds of cheese today and discussed the taste, texture, and appeal of the various types. To accompany the cheeses, there were crackers, cornichons (tiny sweet pickles), and sparkling apple juice. Between tasting rounds, the students read original poems about their fellow classmates. To end their café classroom, there was coffee all around. Bon appétit ! ...