Attention HS students: please see below for information on another round of free Covid-19 testing.
Attention HS Students/Parents: please see below for information on free Covid-19 testing!
High School Students and Parents: There will be an evening opportunity to pick up books and locker contents on Tuesday, February 16 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. If you are picking up items for a student, please be sure to know that personś locker number. Enter through the main doors and report to the table outside the media center.
High School Students and Parents: The high school will be open tomorrow (Friday, February 12) from 8 am – 2 pm for students to retrieve books and other belongings that they will need while they are learning virtually. Please adhere to the following guidelines. • Only student or one parent should enter the building. • All people entering must be masked. • No person who is currently COVID positive should enter the building. • Enter through the main office doors and report to the table outside the media center. • You will receive additional information there.
Attention Seniors!! Please see below for information on a special event that you won’t want to miss. Go Falcons!!!💯💪🏼
Falcon Nation! Please thank our school counselors for the amazing work they do for our students and staff!! Go Falcons!!!💯💪🏼
Here is a great resource from GHS. You need to register.
Attention HS Students: please see below for information on GCI’s Virtual Open House
High School Students – this is a great program to help develop your leadership and employability skills. Strongly consider enrolling in this session! See Mrs. St. Aubin if you have questions. Last Chance to Earn Your Invite to the Summer Youth Initiative Job Fair! TeenQuest – a pre-employment and leadership training program that prepares young people for success in the 21st-century workplace – is hosting one final session for the 2020-21 academic year. Orientation is Feb. 18, with program running from Feb. 22 to March 25. Program details are listed below: · Five-week program · Virtual format · Focus on developing skills to secure and keep a job · Learn key soft skills including setting goals, taking initiative and managing change · Write resumes, prepare for interviews, open personal checking/savings accounts · Attend orientation · Participate in three one-hour sessions each week and complete take-home assignments · Complete program to become eligible for the Summer Youth Initiative (SYI) Job Fair For more information, or to enroll in the next session, visit www.flintandgenesee.org/teenquest or call (810) 600-1413.
Join Mott Community College and the Genesee County College & Career Access Newtork for a live virtual event covering all things FAFSA. Register and join at 6pm!
Columbiaville Elementary Student Council is selling Candy Grams. 🍬 If you have questions please call the office (810)591-3430
Columbiaville Elementary has an AMAZING volunteer crossing guard. Ms. Jamie is there for all the parents and students, year round. No matter what the weather! Please wave or honk or say hi when you see her!
Columbiaville Elementary February Lunch Menu❣
Virtual picture retake information:
Falcon Nation! Please see below for a message from David’s Bridal: This is the time of year when students start to get excited about prom - which we know will look a little different this year. Whether it's now an outdoor event, a small gathering, an at-home party, a virtual get-together, or postponed, David's Bridal is here to help you celebrate. David's Bridal Coupons
Girl Scout Information:
Falcon Nation! Please see below for yet another example of alumni doing amazing things: Shonte Crafts is a Sonitrol December Sales Warrior in the Scout category. Congratulations and Go Falcons!!!💯💪🏼
Falcon Nation: see below for another alumni making a difference and doing great things in the world. Go Falcons!!!💯💪🏼
Congratulations to Haylie LaMay for accepting the challenge of becoming a United States Marine! Go Falcons!!!