The Coshocton County Beacon September 26, 2018 - Page 30

30 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com SEPTEMBER 26 , 2018

Advice for junior high students

By Karah Bilyeu theroarccs @ gmail . com
COSHOCTON - With a new school year comes a new grade for everybody . Students entering seventh grade at Coshocton Christian School face an even bigger adjustment from elementary school into junior high . CCS Seniors Jamin Miller and Niah Cody have some advice for the seventh graders to help them with this change .
Miller says , “ My advice to a seventh grader wouldn ’ t be to stick ‘ through it ’, but to absorb it . Learn as much as you possibly can , because even if you are a C + student and you take away something you learned in high school , just one thing , you will have learned more than a 4.0 student who studied but forgot everything they ever learned after the test . So yeah , I guess just absorb all good knowledge , and trust me you ’ ll never regret it later on . Absorb , don ’ t study !”
Likewise , Cody shared her advice to those entering junior high for the first time .
“ My advice would be to learn from those older than you , learn from their mistakes and also from their accomplishments . Life is crazy and just try your best to make it great and never give up on something that will make you better in life !” said Cody .

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Communications class welcomes new school year

A new school year has begun and with that begins a new year for the Coshocton Christian School Communications staff . Beginning last fall , “ The Beacon ” has graciously used space in their paper to spotlight the work of students at CCS . The communications staff is grateful for the efforts of “ The Beacon ” to help the emerging writers of tomorrow . It is our wish this year that students will continue to grow in their writing and photography skills as they share the highlights of the school throughout the year .

CCS planning fall festival

By Willa Mann theroarccs @ gmail . com
COSHOCTON - The air is buzzing with excitement at Coshocton Christian School for its very first fall festival and auction .
It will take place on Friday , Nov . 2 , from 5 to 8 p . m . in the CCS gym . It is open to the public , so invite all your friends and family . They are having carnival games , face painting , a silent auction , and balloon animals , along with a fresh apple cider press with donated local apples . There will also be a concession stand and a baked goods sale taking place . A live auction will start at 7 p . m . with Tim Miller from Kaufman Reality and Auctions . There is free admission , but you have to purchase game tickets .
The live auction and silent auction has many donations , with Kids America donating a family pass valued at $ 425 , and Coshocton Village Inn and Suites donating two one night stays . The students of Coshocton Christian School will also be contributing a game booth and basket to auction off .
“ We wanted to have an event that would unify the students , while also having one big fundraiser ” says Angie Brillhart , a main contributor to the planning and preparation of the fall fest .
If you have any questions visit their Facebook page , or website , coshoctonchristianschool . org .
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Owen speaks during Spiritual Emphasis Week

The Coshocton Christian School junior and senior high school recently held its Spiritual Emphasis Week to help kick off the school year with the hearts and minds of students and teachers in tune with the Word of God . Pastor Joel Owen of Cambridge Bible Church served as the special speaker for the week . He spoke on what Jesus has to say about commitment .

Go Lady Wildcats

Karah Bilyeu | The ROAR
The Coshocton Christian School Lady Wildcats had their first home volleyball game on Sept . 18 . Pictured above is the starters for the team . The starting lineup for the 2018 Lady Wildcats are pictured left to right , Kate Uhlig , Mariah Miller , Haley Eberhard , Marissa Moore , and Abby McHugh . Also in the starting lineup but missing from this picture is Ashlyn Seiler .

CCS welcomes Mr . Bennett

By Hanna Doberstein theroarccs @ gmail . com
COSHOCTON - Mr . Bennett , new principal of Coshocton Christian School , was interviewed recently on why he decided to become principle .
Bennett said that he has a heart for Christian Education and he felt like God called him here . He stated that he has been absolutely blessed with a fantastic staff .
“ They have a heart for God and they love to teach ,” Bennett said “ That ’ s what makes it fun ! This is the best staff I ’ ve ever been associated with . Finally , and most importantly , I want to make an eternal difference in young people ’ s lives .”
Coshocton Christian School is located across from Wal-Mart on State Route 36 . The school exists to provide quality Christ centered education .
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