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Shark News

  • Cross Country is off to a great start

    Annie McCain

    Shark Correspondent

    The three meets so far have been hosted by Williston Middle High School, St. John’s Lutheran in Ocala, and Yankeetown School.Cedar Key junior Mackenie Kirkbride has been in the top three runners at every meet and the middle school boys won the Yankeetown meet.

  • A few good brews, and Moon Pies, too

    By Heather Sikes and Jesse Crawford

    Shark Correspondents

    With the revamping of Cedar Key there has been the appearance of two new establishments right on the corner of 2nd street across from Tony’s Seafood. They are the 1842 Daily Grind Coffee Shop and the Cedar Key Country Store.

  • Posters show author’s purpose

    Annie McCain

    Shark Correspondent

    Fourth graders at Cedar Key School recently participated in a poster contest about the concept of an author’s purpose.

    The winners were Jeremiah Brown, Dana Hinkle and Raechel Brinkman. Jeremiah and Dana tied for first place and Raechel placed second.

    After the contest Dana said she learned that, “Authors can write to inform, express feelings, entertain, or persuade.”

  • Shark News for the week of 6-2-16

    CKS graduation 2016

    Jesse Crawford

    Shark Correspondent

    Saying goodbye to the class of 2016, Cedar Key School, with help from the faithful junior class, will be sending them off Saturday, June 4th, at 9 am in the gym. With bright hopes for the future, the senior class is anxious to walk across the court in front of their loved ones and receive their diplomas in honor of their many dedicated years at the school. Be sure to make your way over to the CKS gym to see the seniors transition into the real world.

    Cedar Key celebrates field day

  • Shark News for the week of 5-26-16

    Cedar Key athletic awards banquet

    Hannah Stallworth; 

    Shark Correspondent

    On Tuesday, May 17, students, coaches and family gathered together in the Cedar Key School auditorium for the Athletic Awards Banquet. Over 100 people were in attendance at the banquet. 76 students were recognized for playing on one or more sports teams during the 2015-2016 school year. 

  • Shark News for the week of 5-19-16

    Cedar Key Athletic Awards

    Hannah Stallworth

    Shark Correspondent

    On Tuesday, May 17, from 6 to 8 p.m., Cedar Key Athletes will attend the Athletic Award Ceremony at the Cedar Key School auditorium. All athletes will receive their sports letters and pins. For special recognition of students with outstanding performances, trophies will be given. Coaches from each team will give a brief speech discussing the 2015-16 season and players.

    Cedar Key FFA Wins State

  • Shark News for the week of 5-12-16

    FFA Banquet to be held on May 12

    Savannah Howard

    Shark Correspondent

    The annual FFA Banquet will be held on Thursday, May 12 in the Cedar Key School auditorium to celebrate this year’s achievements and memories.

    Students will be recognized for their membership and participation in the FFA, as well as qualifying for various special awards such as Chapter scholar, citizenship awards, and career development contest awards, given to the students who participated in a contest throughout this school year.

  • Shark News for the week of 5-5-16

    CKS Track and Field takes on Regionals

    Alora Beckham

    Shark Correspondent

  • Shark News for the week of 4-28-16

    CK tracksters at District track meet

    Savannah Howard;

    Shark Correspondent

    The Cedar Key School track teams traveled to Oak Hall on Tuesday, April 19, to compete in the district meet.

    The girls team finished 7th place and the boys team placed 8th out of 14 schools attending.

    Annie McCain and Sam Parks were district champions in adaptive shot-put.

    Others placing include:

    Ashlyn Allen, 2nd in shot-put, 4th in high jump;

    Jacob Bishop, 3rd in discuss, 6th in shot-put;

  • Shark News for the week of 4-21-16

    Cedar Key Sharks shine at Levy County track meet

    Alicia Neal

    Shark Correspondent

    Cedar Key’s track teams competed in the Levy County track meet on Monday, April 4. Through outstanding efforts, the girls finished 2nd and the boys were 3rd.