Day of Caring 2018

 

Thank you so much for your effort to pull together an all-star cast! 

Your students are ROCK STARS and we really appreciate their time and hard work. 

Each of them was truly a #JOBCREATOR today!

Additionally, I will be sending you Goodwill Ambassador pins for all students that participated [Katie, Michael and Grace earned theirs on the spot] but truly each student earned the right to the pin.  We are honored to have them all as our newest #GoodwillAmbassdors!

Please keep in touch and let us know of future opportunities to partner.

All the best,

Kathy L. McKinley, MBA

Director of Community Relations

Goodwill Industries of Kanawha Valley, Inc.

 

Our senior student council members participated in the United Way Day of Caring today, the below message was sent to me this evening form the director of community relations at Goodwill where the students spent the day! 
We have some pretty awesome kids!!
 
COUGAR PROUD!
 
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Cougar TV #5

 

 

 

Alumni Band to perform at Homecoming

 

Cougar family,

We have some exciting news!  In honor of the 30th year of Capital High School, we are having an Alumni Band for the Homecoming Game on October 12th, conducted by Mr. Bob Scott!
Alumni Rehearsal with Mr. Scott will occur on October 9 and October 10 from 6-7pm.
If you know of anyone who might be interested in joining us, please help us out by sharing the information and the LINK to the google form we have created.   https://goo.gl/forms/6eFSvBXSLtlfHsEq2
 We have posted details on the Capital High Facebook Page as well as the Pride of Capital High Facebook Page.  Please help us by sharing!   We would LOVE to see a large turnout!
Thanks!!
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Briana D. Blankenship, M.A.
Director of Bands
Capital High School
Charleston, West Virginia
 
 
 

Lady Cougars Varsity Soccer beats St. Albans

 

Congratulations on your first Conference victory     3-0

COUGAR PROUD!

 

 

 

 

Cougar TV #4

 

 

 

Homecoming TV Shirt Design Contest

 

Homecoming Design 2017

 

 

 

On Friday, May 4, Appalachian Power had the opportunity to host Capital High students at our John Amos Power Plant.  The students were eager to get the tour underway.  During the 2017-2018 school year the Energy and Power course students have built projects such as: Heat Exchangers, Standard Motors, and Hydraulics.  The students were able to see on a larger scale of how their class projects correlate to actual real world applications. 

I would like to thank Jon Webster, Robert Kinder who conducted the presentation and tour of the plant.  Also, special thanks to Cassandra Haynes coordinating and scheduling the event.  I’ve included a few photos for your viewing; conference room, plant grounds, and control room.

The students upcoming project will focus on transformers and electric transmission systems on May 16, 2018 at 9:00a.m. at Capital High School.

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