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  • RAK Club Packing Goodie Bags

    Several members of the RAK Club met recently to pack goodie bags to share. Why? Because they love brightening the days of others and lifting their spirits. Thank you, RAK Club, for continuing to make a difference! “We rise by lifting others” – Robert Ingersoll

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  • Celebrating the Class of 2021

    Principal Singleton LOVES celebrating the CTLA Class of 2021! She helped distribute "Congratulations" signs to many of our graduates' homes... all with a big smile! 🙂 Just one of the wonderful things we love about Mrs. Singleton, she is a team player and is always excited and willing to help in any way.

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  • Appreciation Week

    A BIG shout out and thank you to all our parents and students who made Appreciation Week at CTLA extra special for the faculty and staff! Our parent representative, Ginny Price, coordinated the week and had many parent volunteers to assist her. Appreciation Week at CTLA included: beautiful bedding plants, delicious cookies, fresh strawberries, overflowing goodie bags, an amazing lunch, hot fudge sundaes, and best of all, handwritten thank you notes from students! Pictured are: Mrs. Hereford and Mrs. Price packing bountiful bags of surprises to share!

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  • School Principal's Day

    May 1st is School Principal's Day and the CTLA Team celebrated our awesome principal by presenting her with two beautiful plants, some chocolates, and a card! We are blessed beyond measure with her leadership. Thank you, Principal Singleton for what you do every single day to make CTLA a great place for students, teachers, and staff.

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  • CTLA Adds New Pathway

    Exciting news at CTLA! The Paralegal Technology pathway has been added to our pathway options and is now also represented on our school seal. CTLA pathway options include: Applied Engineering, Early Childhood Education, Information Technology, Nurse Aide, and Paralegal Technology.

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  • Shout Out to JoCo Teen Drivers

    CTLA's JOCO Teen Driver's Club won the 2nd place Best Practices award. We partnered with NC State Highway Patrol to produce a video on the dangers associated with distracted driving. The video was featured on the NC Highway Patrol's Facebook page. Wyatt Langston presented this best practice at the JOCO Teen Driver Luncheon last year which led to our $250 award.

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  • Congratulations, Jonathan Skinner!

    CTLA would like to congratulate Mr. Jonathan Skinner for being accepted into Governor’s School! Jonathan is a junior at CTLA who was nominated by our school and then selected to attend in the area of Instrumental Music. The Governor's School of North Carolina is a 5½-week summer residential program for gifted and talented high school students, integrating academic disciplines, the arts, and unique courses on each of two campuses.

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  • CTLA Staff Encourages Students to Finish Strong

    The CTLA "Warm and Fuzzy Squad" understands the importance of encouraging our students. When students stop by the office these final weeks of the school year, they will be invited to take a Starburst labeled with a tip for success from our "Hang In There and Finsh Strong" display. This is just another creative way that CTLA teachers and staff offer care and support to our students.

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  • RAK Club... Making a Difference

    The CTLA Random Acts of Kindness Club believes that little things, given with love, make a difference. Little Debbie cakes, chips, and candy are available for students to stop by the office and enjoy from February 16 - 18. The message on the goodies reads, "A little treat to make your day sweet." ~ CTLA RAK Club

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  • Digital Circles Escape Room

    Math 3 Students have been working the last few days on the Digital Circles Escape Room! Students were required to complete 6 different challenges involving circles. This was offered completely in an online format so all students could participate. Kudos to CTLA Math teachers for their creativity of challenging and engaging activities!

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  • A Solid Start for 2020-21

    Many of our students returned to campus on August 10th to begin their college classes at Johnston Community College. All high school classes are currently being taught online. Teachers and staff at CTLA planned and prepared for our first day with bus riders and car riders arriving on campus. Armed with digital no-contact thermometers and wearing face masks, teachers greeted students and directed them to their class locations. Although the year started in a very different way, great teamwork and positive attitudes prevail and we are moving along with our new normal.

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