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Callie Roper
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Sunday, November 17, 2019
Callie Roper
Callie Roper

The Coffee County Central High School (CCCHS) Student of the Week is sophomore Callie Roper. Callie, daughter of Travis and Kathleen Roper, is an honor and dual credit student with a 4.0 GPA. She is a member of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Future Farmers of America (FFA). Currently, Callie is preparing for the FBLA regional competition where she will compete in extemporaneous speaking and dairy judging. Callie is very well-spoken, and her FBLA sponsor, Mrs. Michelle Henley, says she applies higher-order and critical thinking skills. This will serve her well in extemporaneous speaking. 

Callie recently competed in the Celebration Horse Judging Competition as a representative for FFA where she placed second in the individual and team divisions. In this competition, competitors are required to judge horses based on several criteria and verbally give an explanation for their judgment. Mrs. Kim Miller-Parker, CCCHS teacher and FFA sponsor, also said that Callie represented our school well at a Leadership Camp. 

While Callie stays busy with her academics and extracurriculars, she makes time for several hobbies: making bracelets, growing produce, and farming. She also is actively involved in her church’s youth group. In the future, Callie plans to use the skills she learned through FFA and other classes to attend Tennessee Technological University and major in accounting with an emphasis on agriculture. Callie plans to become an accountant for small local farmers or large farming corporations. We are certain Callie will have a bright future after her time at CCCHS. 

 

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