Samuel Joe “Sammy” Prine
It’s a repeat for Skylar Boyd.
The Columbia High School senior won the 2019 Congressional Art Competition for Mississippi’s 4th Congressional District for the second consecutive year, U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo announced this week.
Organizers said the second annual career fair at Columbia High School proved a big success, drawing 52 businesses and more than 600 students.
The event was held Feb. 26 at the Charles Boston Sports Complex and included students from CHS, Columbia Academy, West Marion, East Marion and Tylertown.
Tickets go on sale for Columbia High School’s 41st annual musical at noon Saturday, and Musical Director Kim Walley said they always go fast for a Disney production.
“The Little Mermaid” will hit the stage March 1 and March 2 in the Crystelle Ford Auditorium at 7 each night.
A wide array of industries will be on hand for the second annual career fair Feb. 26 at the Columbia High School gymnasium, and organizers are seeking more to represent the broad range of opportunities available in Marion County.
Columbia High School’s musical rehearsals are under way as “The Little Mermaid” comes to life. The show will be March 1 and March 2 in the Crystelle Ford Auditorium.
The cast is rehearsing Monday, Tuesday and Thursday of each week, and more rehearsals will be held as the production dates move closer.
Students in Toni Floyd’s family and consumer sciences classes at Columbia High School got a lesson in “party planning 101,” by hosting a Halloween party for faculty and staff.
The students prepared a variety of recipes and enjoyed serving the meal.