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Education

  • Shark news

    Fourth Grade Living Science Projects

    By Sarah Martin

    Fourth grade has been preoccupied with raising and studying animals such as fiddler crabs, African dwarf frogs, and millipedes. The students are studying the creature's adaptations and environment.

  • News from Cedar Key High School

    Upcoming Games and Dates

    By Claire Brown

    Friday, March 13: Baseball game against Seven Rivers at 6:00 p.m.

    Thursday, March 19: Beta Induction

    Friday, March 20: Softball and baseball games against Meadowbrook at 4:30 p.m.

    Monday, March 23: Baseball game against St. John at 4:30 p.m. Softball game against Bronson at 5:00.

    Tuesday, March 24: Softball game against Seven Rivers at 5:30 p.m.

    Friday, March 27: No school due to a teacher workday

    Monday, March 30: No school due to Suwannee River Fair Day

  • Shark News

    Beta Week

    Zoë Stuber

    Cedar Key High School’s Senior Beta Club is inducting a new member today--Jenny Bierman, a freshman. The club is celebrating with an event coined “Beta Week.” Senior Beta centered every day of this week around a theme for the school. 

  • News from Cedar Key School

     FBLA Has State Qualifiers

  • A year in education

    From new science standards and deep budget cuts to teacher awards and a new Superintendent, education in Levy County experienced many newsworthy occasions in 2008. The following are highlights from this year’s important headlines.

    January:

    Superintendent Cliff Norris announces he will not run for re-election, opting instead for retirement.

  • Homecoming Week!

    The week of Homecoming was filled with excitement from pep-rallies and parades to costumes and reunion parties. The week kicked off with Super Hero Monday, and Tuesday the students and teachers arrived as villains. Wednesday was the day to dress as a pirate or princess or both. When Thursday rolled around the school was filled with various Disney Characters. Friday was a day of purple and gold, and Sharks showed their spirit with temporary tattoos and paint.

  • News from CKS student journalists

    Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks:

    1st Grade

    A Honor Roll

    Luke Reidy

    Michael Smith

    Phillip Telgen

    Grace Cowart

    Amanda Robinson

    A-B Honor Roll

    Alyssa Anderson

    Clayton Beckham

    Shearee Cooper

    Codie Cowan

    Wade Gore

    Casey Williams

    2nd Grade

    A-B Honor Roll

    Holly Bishop

    Hannah Brinkman

    Varnell Brown

    Trace Epperson

    Nicholas Kaim

    Kevin Mansingh

    Kent Sloan

    Pete Stefani

  • Shark News

    Upcoming Dates!

    By Jessi Robinson

    Today, Oct. 9 - XC CKS invitational at 4:30.

    Monday, Oct. 13-17 - Thinklink Testing

    Monday, Oct. 13 - Columbus Day and FCAT Reading Retakes

    Tuesday, Oct. 14 - FCAT Math Retakes as well as Picture Retakes. Be sure to bring in most recent school pictures to be able to have retakes.

    Wednesday, Oct. 15 - Middle School FFA trip, PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test)

    Thursday, October 16th- FCAT Retake Make-ups, PTO meeting at 6 o'clock, XC Levy County meet at Williston 4:30.

  • Shark News

    Future Florida Educators Induct New Members

    By Lindsay Edmunds

    Members of Cedar Key School's Future Florida Educators of America (FFEA) club warmly welcomed new members in their induction recently. After reading their oaths, new members listened to a motivational speech by Coach Mark Jackson, the new physical education teacher at CKS.

  • Shark News

    Freshmen receive mentors

    By Jessi Robinson

    This year's freshman class recently received their high school mentors. Each student received a survey on Monday that they were required to complete and turn in to their mentor.

    Every mentor, chosen from the school faculty, must chose a student whom they are willing to support for the rest of the students' high school career. This includes remembering their birthday, and sending cards and words of encouragement their way when needed.