It’s billed as the unconference conference. EdCamp-Boone, the first of its kind in this area is a new twist on holding a conference. You come to lead or join a conversation. At Cooper High School teachers and administrators in K-12 came and wrote down a topic they wanted to talk or learn about. They could also choose to sign up on a list about something someone else was going to talk about. It was just professional conversations, no keynotes, no presentations and no PowerPoints. [READ MORE]
Do you not have the time to fit PE 1 in your class schedule? Here is an your opportunity to receive your graduation requirement for Physical Education during the summer. If interested complete the registration form and turn in to the guidance office by May 2nd. Hurry spots are filling quickly! Click here for the registration form.
Cooper High School is hosting our first community blood drive. Parents and community members are encouraged to donate. Community donations will be located in the donor bus in the school parking lot. Please do not come into the school. This will coincide with our third school drive of the year. If you are a student at Cooper we are still doing the school portion in the small gym that day. Students should sign up during lunch at school.
Students may sign up for voluntary tutoring on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday. (Freshman may only sign up on Thursday or Friday) Tutoring is available in all core areas including Math, Social Studies, Science and English.
To purchase this year''s yearbook, please click here. Orders are only taken online.
Randall K. Cooper High School, in collaboration with the community, is committed to cultivating a tradition of excellence by empowering its students to become independent, life-long learners in a global society.
Responsibility for my actions
Character and integrity in my life
Honesty with myself and others
Success through goals, commitment, and hard work.