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LJH Principal Frank Brown and Asst. Principal Brandi Smith

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Staff and Students will bring in the holiday with the following events for both staff and students:
Dec. 10th   
 
Wear jeans, spirit shirt, and hat of your choice
Dec. 11th Wear your favorite holiday shirt
Dec. 12th Wear your holiday hat
Dec. 13th Wear your favorite holiday socks
Dec. 14th
 
Dress as your favorite holiday symbol or character
Dec. 17th Ugly sweater contest
Dec. 18th
 
Go holiday overboard.... dress holiday tacky!!
 

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COCISD Band members make All-Region Band and advance to Area

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On Tuesday, December 10th &11th, Coldspring-Oakhurst High School and Lincoln Junior High Band students traveled to Splendora to try out for the ATSSB All-Region Band and advance to Area competition. The following Coldspring-Oakhurst High School and Lincoln Junior High Band members made All-Region Band and advanced to Area:

COCISD Education Foundation awards 2018-19 grants

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The Coldspring-Oakhurst CISD Education Foundation (COEF) awarded a total amount of $37,800 in grants to COCISD teachers and directors for its 2018-19 grant cycle. This is the 7th year the COEF has awarded grants since the group began in 2011. COEF directors presented a check to the COCISD Board of Trustees on Monday, Nov. 26th.

Lincoln Junior High Career Day helps students explore future options

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This year, Lincoln Junior High Counselor Aimie Patrick designed a Career Day experience with connections in mind. Her idea was to help students make the connection between what they are learning in the classroom and their futures. "We want to help students figure out how to take that next step," said Patrick. "If they wait until they are freshmen to start to focus on college and career readiness and what comes next, it's too late." Those connections were made at the LJH Career Day in November.
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