Posts Categorized: COS

Pepsi Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week: Pelayo

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Elida Pelayo.
“With Ashley (Ensminger) out hurt, Elida stepped into the outside hitter position and helped us to two wins,” said Coach Tom Powers. “She is definitely our utility player, as we can use her in every position.”
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Rupe Foundation supports COS Certified Nursing Assistant Program with grant funding

College of the Siskiyous Nursing Department is pleased to congratulate the 23 recent graduates of the Certified Nursing Assistant Program. The graduating cohort is the largest in several years and many of the graduates have already found employment and intend to pursue additional education in the field of health care, including nursing.
This year’s cohort received significant… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: Stabler & Schrader

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against Delta are Safety Kerry Stabler and Running Back Connor Schrader.
Stabler had a scoop-n-score fumble recovery on Saturday, as well as four tackles. Schrader ran over Delta for 152 yards on 16 carries–a 9.5 yards per carry average.
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Eagles harness Mustangs, 35-23

The San Joaquin Delta Mustangs won the first quarter, 13-7, on Saturday in Weed. But, the Eagles dominated the middle portion of the game with a pair of defensive touchdowns to go with two rushing TDs, for a 35-23 win.
The Mustangs took a 6-0 lead four minutes into the game on a 34-yard pass play…. Read more »

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Video Quick Clips: COS’ Culp and Floyd TDs against Delta

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Video of COS quarterback Kaden Culp scoring from five yards out to tie the game against Delta on Saturday, 13-13, with 4:16 to play in the first half. Also running back Zach Floyd lining up as the QB, and powering in from the one-yard-line, making it 34-23, with 5:45 to go in the third quarter.
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2014-2015 COS Speaker Series begins with Mount Shasta Collection

The 2014-2015 COS Speaker Series will celebrate its fifth season with a presentation on the COS Library’s Mount Shasta Collection. Join us as former Director of College of the Siskiyous Library, Dennis Freeman, shares this rare gem of a collection to launch our 2014-2015 Speaker Series. “The Mount Shasta Collection at the COS Library,” will… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week: Flynn

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Alissa Flynn.
Alissa, “is our libero and is our best passer and server. She had another great week anchoring our defense,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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Annual COS Scholarship Dinner event is October 4th

The College of the Siskiyous Foundation invites all Siskiyou County residents to its annual Scholarship Fund Raising Dinner on Saturday, October 4, beginning at 5:30 pm, at Sons of Italy Hall in Weed. For the past 29 years, the annual Scholarship Dinner has successfully raised funds for Siskiyou County students and has provided Siskiyou County… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: Stanwood & Arnold

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against San Mateo are Bryan Stanwood and Leroy Arnold.
Defensive End Stanwood, “did his job all game and played with a ton of effort,” said Eagle Coach Charlie Roche.
Full back Arnold, “blocked extremely well on our run plays,” said Roche.
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Pepsi Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week: Johnson

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Casie Johnson.
Casie, “led the team in kills as a right side hitter, and has improved into one of the top right side hitters in the North,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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Registration open for late starting Intro to Sociology class at COS

COS is offering a late-start Introduction to Sociology (SOC 1001) online class beginning Monday, September 29 (12 weeks in length). This course offers students an introduction to the study of Sociology including its basic concepts, theories, and methods. Topics include analysis and explanations of different social systems, cultures, socialization, deviance, groups, social stratification, race, gender,… Read more »

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COS v SWOCC volleyball photos by Howard Albecker

The College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles volleyball team fell to the Southwestern Oregon Community College Lakers, 3-1, on Tuesday night in Weed.
COS dropped the first two sets 25-20 and 25-19. The Eagles won the third set 25-23. Set-four went the Lakers’ way, 25-7.
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COS football scrimmage photos

Photos from COS inter-squad scrimmage held on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at COS.
The Eagles open up their season at San Mateo on September 6. The first COS football home game is September 13 against Delta.
The Eagles were back-to-back Mid-Empire Conference champions the past two years (4-0 & 3-1), as well as the Central Division champions… Read more »

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New COS music instructor is looking for singers

Ron Slabbinck, new music instructor, at COS is looking for singers to join the many vocal ensembles COS will offer this fall. Slabbinck was hired this summer and is replacing Elaine Schaefer, who retired from COS in May.
This fall, Slabbinck will be teaching a variety of music classes at COS including Applied Voice, Music Appreciation,… Read more »

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Registration for Yoga at COS now open

Gentle Yoga, will be offered this fall at the Weed Campus in two, six-week sessions to be taught by Jan Cowan. Ms. Cowan has taught yoga at COS for the past seven years and brings a wealth of experience both as an instructor and as a practicing yoga enthusiast. The emphasis on this class is… Read more »

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Svilich looks to build Cross Country program at COS

The cell phone said, “Missed call, Dennis Roberts.” Often, missed calls aren’t returned all that fast. But when the call is from DR, you know it’s big. Championships, hirings, firings–those situations warrant calls from the College of the Siskiyous Athletic Director. What was the word from DR?
“I wanted to let you know we hired Brady… Read more »

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COS to offer two photography classes this fall

Photo by Sharon Szczybor
Jim Gilmore, COS Photography Instructor, is still accepting students in his fall semester Beginning Photography (ART 1011) classes. Two class options are available. The Monday and Wednesday class will meet from noon to 2:15 pm, or choose the Tuesday and Thursday class that will meet from noon to 2:15 pm.
Gilmore will teach… Read more »

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