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CHS Vision: Chattooga High School will prepare students for success through a rigorous education with high academic standards in a setting where students want to learn, parents want their children to attend, and teachers want to teach.
Chattooga tops Ridgeland!
Chattooga Indians continued to roll over their opposition with a win over Ridgeland! Click this link for a recap!
2015 Football Scores

Chattooga/Trion Scrimmage           7-7
Chattooga/Ft. Payne Scrimmage  12-7  (W)
Chattooga/Ridgeland                     21-13 (W)
FFA Fundraiser
The Chattooga High School FFA is raffling off a very impressive package for just $5.00/chance. See Mr. David Yarbrough or any member of the FFA to buy yours. This is the list of items in the package:
Remington 270 rifle
Yeti Tundra 50
Upright Char-Broil gas smoker
2 - Folding Chairs
If you win the raffle, you must be at least 18 years old and pass a criminal background check before claiming the rifle.

Click on this link to see the prizes!

Scholarship opportunity
Mrs. Wallace has information about the Coca-Cola Foundation scholarship in her office. The application is due October 31st.
CHS Football 2015

*****September 25 is HOMECOMING
T Shirts for sale
CHS short sleeve shirts are in stock, $15, sizes adult small-adult XL. You can preorder in sizes youth XS-XL and also adult 2XL--4XL. We are also doing preorder for long sleeve t shirts ($20), crewmen sweatshirts ($25) & hoodies ($30) in those same prints. See examples of print below. For more information you can contact Liza Morgan LMorgan@chattooga.k12.ga.us, or you can come by school between 3:45 & 4:30.

FFA Schedule of Events
The CHS FFA is gearing up for another busy year. Click here for their schedule of events.
Bode Brooks named state winner
Winners of the Agricultural Communications Proficiency were recognized at the 87th Georgia FFA State Convention held at the Macon Centreplex on April 23-25, 2015. Bode Brooks, 2015 graduate of CHS, placed first in the proficiency competition. Even though he has already graduated, Bode will now advance to National competition to be held in October in Louisville, KY.  CHS agriculture teacher, Mr. David Yarbrough, will accompany him (Mr. Yarbrough and Bode are pictured below).
Proficiency awards are granted to FFA members who have excelled in their Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE). The Agricultural Communications Proficiency includes programs where students work in agricultural print facilities, such as newspapers and magazines. Students acquire training and practical experience writing and publicizing in preparation for a career in communications.

 All winners received a plaque and a cash award. State winners receive $100, as well as $500 travel money to attend the National FFA Convention.
The National FFA Organization, formerly known as the Future Farmers of America, changed its name in 1988 to reflect the growth and diversity of agriculture. There are more than 500,000 FFA members nationwide. The Georgia Association has more than 37,000 members, making it the 3rd largest Association in the nation.  The FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success, through agricultural education.

Volleyball Schedule
Click here to see the 2015 Volleyball Schedule.
Softball Schedule 2015-2016
Click here to see the 2015-2016 Lady Indian softball schedule.
Competition Cheer Schedule
Click on this link to view the 2015-2016 competition cheer schedule.
Diploma Application
Former students of Chattooga High School who are entitled to receive a diploma by virtue of H.B. 91 signed into law by Gov. Nathan Deal need to print, fill out the application & email it to Terri Abernathy, secretary of the Guidance Department. You must also send a copy of a government ID (either a driver's license or passport). Ms. Abernathy's email is tabernathy@chattooga.k12.ga.us. The diploma application can be found here. You may contact Ms. Abernathy at 706-857-2402 ext. 1118.
Hold Harmless & Assurance: Notification


Chattooga County School District


AHERA “Annual Notification”

Available on School System and School Web Sites



On October 22, 1986, Congress promulgated the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA), Public Law 99-519. AHERA mandated that EPA develop regulations to respond to asbestos in schools. 


On October 30, 1987, EPA promulgated the Asbestos-Containing Materials in Schools Rule (hereinafter referred to as the AHERA Rule), 40 CFR Part 763, Subpart E.   This rule requires that all of the nation's nonprofit elementary and secondary schools, both public and private, identify and inspect their school buildings for both friable and non-friable asbestos-containing building materials (ACBM) and develop a plan to properly and safely manage any discovered asbestos material for each building.  


This Document and Notice offers “Annual Notification” that the Chattooga County School System seeks to update the (AHERA) Asbestos Management Plan in a timely manner as required by the Environmental Protection Agency under Federal Law, 40 CFR 763, Subpart E, and in doing so will meet this notification requirement plus other aspects  of the AHERA Program.  


The Management Plan for each school site and buildings are available for review in the main office of each school as well as the Chattooga County Board of Education and School System Central Office.   


The Management Plan includes at least the following for each building: building diagrams, re-inspection and assessment documents, individual building room schedules, asbestos location drawings, periodic surveillance updates, maintenance plan guidelines, awareness training, testing results; plus response and removal activities.   


The Chattooga County Schools Local AHERA Designated Contact person is Mr. John Worsham, Director and Supervisor of Facilities and Maintenance.  He may be contacted for further information if needed at the Chattooga County Board of Education Central Office at the following numbers:  Office: 706-857-3447 or Mobile: 706-346-6939.

Mission, Vision, Beliefs
Our Mission: Chattooga High School will enable all students to become productive, contributing citizens who can communicate effectively, gather and use information, make responsible decisions, utilize technology, and adapt to the challenges of the future.
Our Vision: Chattooga High School will prepare students for success through a rigorous education with high academic standards in a setting where students want to learn, parents want their children to attend, and teachers want to teach.
Our Beliefs: Our students, personnel, and parents deserve a safe, inviting, non-threatening learning environment where they are treated with dignity and respect within an environment that promotes student learning. Teachers, administrators, parents, the community, and students share the responsibility for academic success. Students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process. The commitment to continue improvement is imperative if our schools are going to enable students to become confident, self-directed, life-long learners. Student achievement should be the primary focus of all decisions impacting the work of the school.
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