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Falcons leap across pond, learning German

Falcons leap across pond, learning German

April 4, 2019

“I am beyond excited that we have this opportunity to have German students visit Cox and to send Falcons abroad to experience Germany,” German teacher Charlotte Berron said.

SPED raises money, Autism Awareness Month

SPED raises money, Autism Awareness Month

April 2, 2019

April is Autism Awareness Month. And, in honor of the month the school’s Special Education department ha...

‘Here comes the bus’ app allows parents to track transportation

‘Here comes the bus’ app allows parents to track transportation

March 18, 2019

“I do think it [the app] helps reduce the amount of parents calling dispatch, asking about their kids' bus route which allows dispatch to focus on more important things. It also helps parents know when a bus is late and prevents parents from leaving their kids at the bus stop for long periods of time,” Assistant Principal Ryan Schubart said.

Key Club hosts support staff luncheon

Key Club hosts support staff luncheon

March 14, 2019

Key Club, a community service organization/club, will hold their annual Support Staff Luncheon on Friday,...

Care by Community unites, benefits at-risk elementary school children

Care by Community unites, benefits at-risk elementary school children

March 7, 2019

"Our students are doing amazing things to help these kids that get through elementary school despite their circumstances. They love the experience and are going above and beyond to help. It's very heartwarming to see the volunteers brighten up a child's day," Beltz said.

Operation Smile’s guest speaker Kenyon Salo inspires, motivates students

Operation Smile’s guest speaker Kenyon Salo inspires, motivates students

February 14, 2019

"He's a great speaker. He captivates the crowd with his presentation and really motivates people to reach their dreams,"  Marscheider said.

Students receive ‘Soaring Falcons’ award, outstanding accomplishments

January 30, 2019

“I was so honored when I learned Mr. Goodson had nominated me because of my work for the Hoodies for the Holidays drive. Volunteering for Care By Community is such an important thing for me and I'm grateful for the opportunity to lead it and lead the hoodie drive for the homeless that we did with National Honor Society and Science National Honor Society,” Parker-Ashe said.

Career Direction presentation offers MREs, Culinary Arts

Career Direction presentation offers MREs, Culinary Arts

January 22, 2019

VA Army National Guard Career Counselor and Recruiter Staff Sergeant Shawn Bartz visited Mrs. Goodman’s Culinary Arts Class to give a 'Career...

Key Club promotes “Go GreenDrop” for veterans

Key Club promotes “Go GreenDrop” for veterans

January 10, 2019

As a kick off to the new year, the school's Key Club service organization will sponsor a 'GoGreenDrop' charity initiative from Jan. 14 until Jan. 25. "Go Gre...

Senior Cayla Katz chosen, top Virginia Sports Hall of Fame student-athlete

Senior Cayla Katz chosen, top Virginia Sports Hall of Fame student-athlete

December 12, 2018

“Honestly, I was shocked when I was selected, but I was honored to have been awarded,” Katz said.

WAVY-TV 10 personalities explain news production

WAVY-TV 10 personalities explain news production

December 11, 2018

  WAVY-TV10 meteorologist Casey Lehecka and production operator/director and 2012 alumnus Stephen Crocker visited Eric Bodenste...

Noble Teens doing noble deeds; holiday toy drive

Noble Teens doing noble deeds; holiday toy drive

December 4, 2018

"Every year The Noblemen provide Christmas presents to local children who would otherwise be receiving very few, if any presents for Christmas.  Last year, the Noblemen Toy Drive gave out nearly 35,000 toys to more than 5,000 kids and nearly every toy was given to a child by a child. With the help of Cox High School students, we are trying to help even more families this year," Advisor Mr. Horwitz said.

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