Congratulations to the Speech and Debate tournament winners!
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
Speech and Debate Winners
On this Veteran's Day we wish to say a big "Thank you" to all those who have served in any branch of the military. The CHS Social Studies department had their students and teachers bring in picture of family and friends who have served in the military to create this amazing bulletin board! #VeteransDay
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
Honoring all who served
DND Club: Meets on Tuesday's from 2:50-4:30pm in Ms. Hull or Ms. Shivelbine's room. Come join the fun!
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
DND Game Day
Dr. Branson came to Mrs. Taylor's College Readiness class to talk to students about interacting with college professors and hints to be successful at college. #SEMO #collegereadiness
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
Dr. Branson speaks to class
Students toured Murray State University.
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
Students toured Murray State University
Mrs. Verseman's Anatomy class were completing a unit on skin and how the skin recovers from injury. Wednesday's lesson was the Grey's Anatomy Burn lab. In an effort to see what burns look like, how to identify degrees of burns, what they look like and how they affect the skin, students used a variety of household ingredients to recreate the life-like burns.
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
student created wound lab
Fake burns designed by students
Fake burn wounds designed by Anatomy students
Creating fake burns in Wound Lab
Come cheer on our Tigers as we host Notre Dame in the District Championship Game!
over 1 year ago, Kristin Tallent
tailgate
The CHS AFJROTC Honor Guard led the SEMO Homecoming Parade this weekend. They did a great job and represented CHS proudly
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
Cape AFJROTC leading SEMO Homecoming parage
AFJROTC leading the SEMO Homecoming parage.
AFJROTC at SEMO Homecoming parade
FBLA will be hosting a blood drive on Friday Nov. 4th at Cape Central High School. Come save a life and support this wonderful organization.
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
FBLA Blood Drive
NHS (National Honor Society) students came in early on their day off to serve teachers breakfast and pass out thank you cards to teachers. What an awesome way to start out the day!
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
Chloe and Mrs. Stausing
On Thursday and Friday teachers meet on multiple topics. Some of those included intruder training, identification of students with dyslexia, and incorporating digital escape rooms to name a few.
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
Intruder Training
Using  Digital Escape Rooms in class
Learning about dyslexia
Congratulations to all the students that were inducted into CHS BETA Club at Kinder Hall on Monday night!
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
BETA advisors
Induction
Members
Officers
Mr. Essner's Earth Science students performing mineral tests!
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
student
Student completing tests
student completing tests
Winners have been announced from the FAFSA Fright Night. Congratulations winners!
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
FAFSA Fright Night Winners
Students had so much fun at Knowlen Family Farm! Learning, apple picking, and tons of play! And of course TASTING!!
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
feeding animals
students on bounce
student picking apples
students watching apple processing
FCCLA is sponsoring the Buckle Up - Phone Down Challenge BUPDShowdown They encourage students, staff and parent to click the link below to make your pledge. https://www.savemolives.com/mcrs/AAAShowdown
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
Buckle Up Phone Down challenge
Monday FBLA officers attended the FBLA Fall Leadership Conference at Jackson. The participated in a number of leadership and team building activities.
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
Opening session
Cape Central's Madison
Officers
White Cane Safety/Awareness Day Addie Brunkhorst is a senior at CHS. She has a genetic eye disorder called Stargardt's Disease that affects her central vision and depth perception. She uses a white cane to help her avoid obstacles and navigate safely and independently. If you are curious about her cane, just ask! She'd like you to know some facts about blindness and white canes: 1. Blindness is a spectrum, and there are different types of vision loss. About 93% of blind people still have some usable vision. While Addie is legally blind, she can still see things up close and use her peripheral vision. 2. White canes not only help users navigate safely, they also signal to others that the user is visually impaired. If a cane user needs help, they will ask! 3. The colors on the cane tell you about the user. An all-white cane means the user is completely blind, a cane with a red bottom means the user has some vision, and a white and red striped cane means the user is both blind and deaf. Happy White Cane Day!
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
White Cane Safety
A group of juniors and seniors from Cape Central attended the SEMO College Fair.
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
SEMO College Fair
SEMO College Fair
college fair
college fair
Marching Band performed at Bands of America at the dome in St. Louis on Friday. They did us proud!
over 1 year ago, Cape Central High School
CHS band
CHS Band
CHS Band
Marching Band performed at Bands of America at the dome in St. Louis on Friday.  They did us proud!