Colton Cox, a Junior High student at TCCS, has a large National following. He knows cattle; ALL kinds of cattle!
Early in his youth he had an interest in the various breeds and, over the years, has developed a knowledge that led him to being able to judge individual cows and bulls as to their quality, marketability, etc. In addition, he owns and breeds his own cattle to achieve the desirable caliber of meat.
Colton is the son of Mr. & Ms. Eddie Cox.
The pictures, below, show his achievements with awards from various state competitions. All of us are proud of our classmate and the accomplishments that he has made.
Below are pictures from the Kindergarten and High School graduation ceremonies at Tri-County Christian School.
For much LARGER pictures (slideshow) just click either picture (below) and you will see that graduation event at four times the size.
Four Kindergartners graduated on May 25th.
Three Seniors graduated on Friday, May 27th.
On May 20, 2016, a number of TCCS students and staff went to Lake James State Park. The reason was that our 3rd grade student, Anika Peight (shown at the left), won the coloring challenge for The Kids to Park Day field trip. Anika is in Ms. Kaye Holcombe’s class and her class has won for the last 3 years, and have visited Mt. Mitchell, Grandfather Mountain, and Lake James. The Park Service paid our expenses.
I think I can say for all of us that we loved it and we thank Ranger Jamie for giving us a tour of Holly Trail. After that long day we ate our picnic lunch. When our stomachs were full, we refreshed ourselves and were on the road again, stopped on the way at MacDonalds to get a snack and then back home.
We want to share some of the pictures from our field trip — click HERE
Although school is closed for now, this WEB site will be in constant use during the summer months, bringing you important data along with some humor (as may become available).
A few things will invariably come up, like unscheduled field trips and informative articles that will grab your attention plus, later on, news and information about the upcoming fall session of school.
But now, let’s enjoy the summer break!
PS. Look in the FUN PAGE ! for some levity as well – – – –