The school district has recently been made aware that young people in the state have been targeted by what appear to be professional criminals engaging in “sextortion.” Sextortion is a type of......
Cozad Community Schools is pleased to announce that Jayce Dueland has been named the new Head Football Coach at Cozad High School. Coach Dueland comes to Cozad after spending nine years as a 7-12......
Cozad High School is pleased to announce that Mr. Corey Fisher will become the new High School Principal for the 2021-22 school year. The Cozad Board of Education approved his contract at the......
Youth Cheer & Dance Camp on March 27, 2021, for Grades K-5. Registration information coming soon!
Students, We are approaching the halfway point of the spring semester, which means scheduling for the high school! We have emailed to all next years' CHS students a PDF of our Cozad Course Catalog for the 2021-2022 academic year. Students, currently in grades 8-11, should begin combing through this document to start forming ideas on what classes you would like to take next school year. Counselors will be meeting with students next week. The course catalog can be found on our website under "Documents > Schools > High School > 2020-21. The direct link is https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1151049/HS_Course_Catalog_2021-2022.pdf
Junior Parents are holding a Prom Planning Meeting for all Junior Parents interested in helping on Wednesday, March 10th at 7:30 at the Cozad Elks Club. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Megan Wetovick. This is sponsored by Junior Parents #cozadMakers
Cozad Community Schools has invited Karen Haase to present “Digital Citizenship & Safety” during the 3/8/2021 school day to the CCS student body, grades 4-12. Karen will meet with 4th & 5th graders at 11:30, Middle School at 1:00 pm, and High School students at 2:00 pm. During her presentation, school attorney Karen Haase will discuss legal issues related to students' use of social media. Using humor, statistics, and summaries of real-life cases, Karen will explain to students the significant consequences attached to the inappropriate use of social media. In addition, Karen will provide students with the information and resources to be safe online and practice a positive digital presence. Karen Haase is a partner in the law firm of KSB School Law, where she focuses her practice exclusively on representing public school districts and related entities. She holds degrees from Hastings College, Kansas State University and the University of Nebraska College of Law. Prior to attending law school, Karen taught at both the high school and post-secondary level. Karen has been married to her high school sweetheart for 25 years and has two children.