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Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0 - HIGH SCHOOL (grades 9-12)

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Posted Thursday, November 16, 2017

Market Day Exposes Students To Food And Teaches Responsibilities Of Entrepreneurship


On October 19th, the Bi-Annual Youth Entrepreneurs Market Day Event was held for students, staff, and faculty to partake in. The event featured entrepreneurship students in Mr. Green's class who use the skills they learn about operations, management, and finance to run an entrepreneurial endeavor themselves.

Market Day is a 'market' of authentic dishes that the class' students make to sell in the cafeteria on that day. Prices ranged from $2.00-$7.00 for a variety of dishes. The menu included the likes of tostadas, tacos, esquites, liberian rice, chicharonnes, and tamales just to name a few. The event is highly anticipated and will return next semester with a new group at the helm.


    

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Posted Monday, November 6, 2017

CK Fall Carnival 2017: Trunk or Treat Style


The Cross Keys High School PTA hosted its annual Fall Carnival on Friday October 27, 2017. The Fall Carnival seeks to raise funds to give away multiple senior scholarships. Last year, the event helped the PTA to increase the amount of the scholarships that were given.

Many clubs and organizations contributed to the event including the Woodward Elementary School PTA. Participating clubs contribute 20 percent of their earnings to the scholarship fund. Grade level representation at each school, including clubs, and organizations contributed 20 percent of their proceeds to the PTA fundraiser. Each participant decorated the trunk of a vehicle, played games and passed out candy. The event was well attended and is anticipated by the Cross Keys community each year.

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Posted Monday, November 6, 2017

Cross Keys SkillsUSA Brings Health Fair to Lowe’s

Cross Keys SkillsUSA Chapter accompanied by the HOSA Chapter brought a health and wellness fair to Lowe’s located on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. Members worked diligently to be trained and gain knowledge about different health-related areas.

The purpose of the health fair was to increase health awareness by providing health screening activities, materials, demonstrations, and information. Some of the screenings included: blood pressure, glucose, and BMI calculations. Member, Adriana Teodora, stated, “this is one of the greatest thing I have ever done in my life.” Karina Castillo was responsible for blood pressure screening and worked patiently with community members. Volunteers even took time out to get their blood pressure checked.



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Posted Thursday, October 26, 2017


Cross Keys SkillsUSA was recently recognized at the Georgia CTSO Superintendent Recognition at the State Department of Education! This is an intimate banquet where only the best CTSO Competitors and National Officers are recognized. Cross Keys was chosen by the State Director’s Office to represent SkillsUSA Georgia. This past summer, Cross Keys was recognized as a Model of Excellence Chapter at the SkillsUSA National Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. Models of Excellence is a national program that recognizes the exceptional integration and application of personal, workplace and technical skills for SkillsUSA chapter

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Posted Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Cross Keys High School SkillsUSA members in partnership with Atria Senior Living Facility and Youth Service America observes Remembrance of 9/11 Day. In preparation, Members are interviewing veterans and preparing memorabilia in observance of their contributions while in the military. SkillsUSA member will prepare artifacts that represent their era while in the military. Other veterans at Atria include Odilla Morris, Army nurse and Mr. Richard Hess. Pictured above is Yami Jarquin and Adriana Teodora interviewing Judge Richard Rutledge.

Judge Rutledge Jersey-born and Brooklyn-raised began is his five-year service when he enlisted in the U.S. Army Corps in 1941, and was assigned to the ground crew of the famed 99th Pursuit Squadron. He was well-known as a Tuskegee Airmen.

At the age of 95, Judge Rutledge resides at Atria Senior Living Home. Yami Jarquin, stated that “it was interesting talking to a man of history. I had never talked to a Judge”. He talked about his life as an airmen and Judge in New York.

Thank you Judge Rutledge for your service to the citizens of our country, both in your military and civilian careers, and for encouraging future generations to RISE ABOVE!

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Posted Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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