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Congrats to our Trojans Basketball 2019 District Champions!

Coldspring-Oakhurst High School students attend "Country Girls Code" event in Austin

Celebrating School Board Recognition Month with our COCISD Board of Trustees

Groundbreaking for Coldspring-Oakhurst High School Career & Technical Education (CTE) Wing

David's Legacy Anti-Cyberbullying presentation by Maurine Molak #ChangetheWorld #DavidsLegacyFoundation

Bond projects progress - Coldspring-Oakhurst High School CTE Wing

Bond projects progress - Elementary Bus Loop and Pre-K Building

Bond projects progress - Elementary Bus Loop and Pre-K Building

Bond projects progress - LJH Science Building

Bond projects progress - LJH Band Hall

Bond projects progress - LJH Covered Student Drop-Off Area (front view)

Bond projects progress - LJH Covered Student Drop-Off Area

COCISD Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC)

LJH Principal Frank Brown and Asst. Principal Brandi Smith

Lincoln Junior High English & Social Studies Night

Lincoln Junior High Career Day

JSE/CIS students enjoy Main Street Theater's School House Rock Live!

Coldspring Intermediate School Open House

James Street Elementary Book Fair

Coldspring Air Force JROTC Drone Demonstration


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Black History Month Profile

Bill "Bojangles" Robinson

Bill “Bojangles” Robinson was a tap dancer and actor from 1878 through 1943, who was responsible for revolutionizing tap dancing and for bridging racial boundaries in the entertainment world of that time period. He was the best known and highest paid African-American entertainer in the first half of the 20th century.
Born in 1877 in Richmond, Virginia, Robinson was raised by his grandmother who was a former slave. He began dancing at a young age in local beer gardens and theaters for spare change. Over a period of years, and after a stint in the U.S. military, Robinson would eventually become the first African-American solo act in vaudeville, where he developed a unique style of tap dancing called “up on the toes.” In 1918, Robinson introduced the ground-breaking “Stair Dance” that would solidify his legacy as the “Father of Tapology.”
Robinson’s gift for entertainment appealed to a wide audience, regardless of race or social standing. He performed on Broadway in both African-American and white revues that were great successes. A talented actor as well as a dancer, Robinson was chosen to star with childhood actress Shirley Temple in a total of four films in the 1930s, where the couple became the first interracial dance partners in Hollywood history. The last movie appearance he made in a starring role, 1943’s “Stormy Weather,” has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for its cultural and historical significance.
Bill Robinson was a courageous trail-blazer in the arena of dance and entertainment in the early 20th century, who transcended racial prejudice and barriers in ways that had never happened before. He mentored dancers Ann Miller, Sammy Davis Jr., among others. His legacy of courage, generosity, and love live on today.




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COCISD Child Nutrition Department earns Best of the Bunch Award

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For the second year in a row, the COCISD Child Nutrition Department has earned Best of the Bunch in the Texas Department of Agriculture’s (TDA's) Local Products Challenge. The Local Products Challenge encourages school nutrition departments to incorporate more Texas products into meals, and to teach children about healthy lifestyles and Texas agriculture. The COCISD Child Nutrition team earned the award by meeting the highest standards of the challenge.

Coldspring-Oakhurst High School introduces "Blazing Peformers" attendance incentive

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Starting this semester, COHS has partnered with Buffalo Wild Wings to participate in its “Blazing Performer” program as an attendance incentive. Every three weeks, each high school student with two or less tardies and no absences is entered into a drawing for a “Blazing Performers” certificate, good for a free food item at Buffalo Wild Wings. One certificate is given away for each grade. Winners are announced during lunches.

Black History Month Profile of the Week: Dr. Gladys West

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This week's Black History Month Profile features Dr. Gladys West, one of the "Hidden Figures" of our nation's space program, whose mathematical calculations resulted in the Global Positioning System (GPS) we use every day in the modern world.
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