Welcome to Columbia Junior High!

Student Bulletin:  April 28, 2017  

No testing today in the library. The next day of testing will be Monday. Mrs. Choate-Deeds and Mr. Scheidt's 4th period students will take the ELA test in the morning and Mr. Scheidt's 5th and 6th period students will test after taking 1st lunch. 

 

Today, at the end of 6th period, we will announce the election results for your new ASB Officers and Sophomore Class Officers. 

 

Congratulations to Mrs. Swensons 6th period class on bringing in over 150 items for the Avid hygiene drive. Doughnuts will be delivered to 6th by the Avid class.  Great job to everyone that participated in helping the homeless in Tacoma.

 

Your Columbia Cougars Football Team are 3-0 after a 19-0 win over Thunder Mountain! It was a dominating performance by the entire defense that propelled the team to victory. Noel Sampson with a blocked punt and Fredi Melchor-Rangle with an interception were out shined by all of the big hits. The offence added three scores.  Jay'Vonn Harper-Brooks ran for two touchdowns and Kamal Johnson went 70 yards to the house on a punt return with some fine blocking from T.J Lui and Daein Ashwood! It was a team victory and your Cougars are on a roll! Come out for the home game next Thursday to see a battle against Sumner!

 

2017 Cat Fight: This annual event will be held at SLMS Friday, May 5th. Come see the show down between our CJH Cougar staff and the SLMS Sabers staff in a volleyball game!  Doors open 5:30pm in the SLMS gymnasium.  Ticket cost is $5, children ages 5 and under are FREE. All monies raised will go to the CJH Booster and the SLMS PIE parent clubs. You may purchase Gourmet Hot Dogs and concessions for dinner along with raffle drawings for great prizes!  Come on out for a great evening with family and friends to see who will win the 2017 Cat Fight trophy! The MC will be Jeff Nelson, Referees will be: Henry Rivera, Ben Ramirez, and Officer Gilbert.

Our annual Food Drive starts next week so listen carefully for details. Competitions are between 1st period classes and prizes will be given to each class that meets the goal of 3 items per student. The class with the most points at the end will earn a donut party! Also, we will have random prize giveaways throughout the week. All you have to do is follow our ASB Instagram account "CJH underscore ASB" and tag us in a picture of you and your donations using hashtag "Feed Fife." All food collected goes to our local food bank, so bring in those donations and help us fight hunger in Fife.

Yearbooks are on sale today for $36.00 on a first come first serve basis. There is no longer any personalization available for yearbooks. Don't miss out - See Mrs. Waldman in the office during lunch to purchase.

No lunch loans will be given after today.  Make sure to bring enough lunch money to cover you for the remainder of the school year.  If you don’t have money in your account as of May 1st students will be provided with a milk, vegetables and fruit. 

Congratulations to your Cougars for helping the boys and girls track team take wins yesterday against White River and Foster.  Elias Faitala finished 5th in the 200 meters, Ben Stucki finished 8th in the 3200 meters, Kya Scott finished 7th in the 100 meters and 6th in the 200, Rachel Mironchuck finished 9th in the 100 and 8th in the 200 meters.  Erin Frederickson finished 3rd in both the mile and two mile.  Zoie Breland took 4th place in the 800 meters.  Lily Gaspaire took 3rd in the long jump and finally Jennifer Martinez-Fernandez took 6th in the mile and 5th in the two mile.  Nice work Cougars.


CJH Athletics

SPORTS RELEASES:

Friday, April 28

Release: 2:00   Bus: 2:10  3:30pm  FHS V Tennis @ Lindbergh HS

FHS sports schedule: www.spslathletics.com