The Coffee Press

  • The Year in Print

    The Year in Print

    Vanessa Willis, Editor-in-chief

    May 16, 2018

    Yearbook day is May 16 here at CCHS. The Coffee Press sat down with Raider Yearbook editor-in-chief Bayleemay Walker to discuss this years book and the publishing process. Initially, yearbook staff members pick which pages they would like to cover. Then the pages that are left are distributed amon...

  • CCCHS says “¡Hasta luego!” to Señora Carlson

    CCCHS says “¡Hasta luego!” to Señora Carlson

    Isaac Rackley, reporter/photographer

    May 15, 2018

    With the 2017-2018 school year coming to a close, students will have to say goodbye to another CCCHS legend. Señora Laura Carlson will be starting a new chapter in her life and will no longer be teaching here. Carlson said, “I’m leaving CCCHS because my husband has been in graduate school at The...

  • Autism Awareness

    Autism Awareness

    Vanessa Willis, editor-in-chief

    May 15, 2018

    Although April was autism awareness month, it is crucial for people to remain educated and aware towards autistic peers anytime of the year. According to Autism Speaks, an organization specialized in autism awareness, advocacy and support, 1 in 62 children fall somewhere on the autism spectrum. A...

  • Color Guard Wins First Prize!

    Color Guard Wins First Prize!

    Halli Richards, Design and Layout Editor

    April 27, 2018

    Coffee County Winter Guard wonState Championships for the first time, performing “The Hardest Part.” With a final score of 79.87. They also received the Tennessee State Gold Medalist award. Championships included 77 performing winter guards. Coaches Jacob Breed and Daniel Percell say they are, “...

  • Save the Children! Child Abuse Awareness Month

    Save the Children! Child Abuse Awareness Month

    Halli Richards, Design and Layout Editor

    April 24, 2018

    April is child abuse awareness and prevention month. Unfortunately, Coffee County is ranked in the top five counties in Tennessee for the worst child abuse rates. Children who are abused are more likely to develop addictions, psychological disorders, and depression.  According to  a spokesperson with www.c...

    Manchester Times article, Children's Advocacy Center seeks to raise abuse awareness by John Coffelt

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The Year in Print
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  • Goodbye to Mrs. Winton May 18, 2018
  • The Year in Print May 16, 2018
  • CCCHS says “¡Hasta luego!” to Señora Carlson May 15, 2018
  • Autism Awareness May 15, 2018
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Softball Slams Their Way Through The Post-Season

A Growing Program

May 18, 2018

Closing Concert is a Sight to See

May 15, 2018

CCCHS Prom Royalty

CCCHS Prom Royalty

May 9, 2018

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Recent Sports Scores
  • Thursday, April 26

    soccer

    Coffee County Central High School 3 - Lincoln County 1

  • Wednesday, April 25

    softball

    Coffee County Central High School 1 - Tullahoma 7

  • Friday, April 20

    baseball

    Coffee County Central High School 11 - Warren County 6

  • Thursday, April 12

    tennis

    Coffee County Central High School 9 - Cannon County 0

  • Thursday, April 12

    Girls' tennis

    Coffee County Central High School 5 - Cannon County 4

  • Tuesday, April 10

    Girls' Track

    Coffee County Central High School District Champs

  • Tuesday, April 10

    Boys' track

    Coffee County Central High School District champs

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