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SCHS criminal justice group gains popularity

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Shelbyville Central High School Criminal Justice Student Organization is classified as a Career & Technical Student Organization (CTSO)—one designed to introduce students to careers within the field of criminal justice.  

The organization is currently conducting its 5th annual toy drive to raise toys for needy children in Bedford County. The drive is designed to help children ages 3-12 years. Donation bins will be located at Celebration Feed, Tractor Supply, CO-OP and Dollar General.  

If a family is in need of a donation, they can call Chris Hobbs at the CTE-Annex at 684-1889 and have a child placed on the donation list. Toys will be distributed on Dec 8th.  

The SCHS criminal justice class is pretty popular and students stay really active within this group. Career opportunities include correction officers, defense attorneys, judges, prosecuting attorneys, law enforcement officers, parole officers and more.  

The Christmas Toy Drive is a good way for students to learn to give back to the needs of its community.  

The 2021-2022 CJSO Roster is as follows: Instructor Chris Hobbs; President Sophie Miller; Vice President Sabina Rico; Secretary Christopher Henderson; Treasurer Makia Woodard; Captains Jacob Betzelberger, Mary Chadwell; Lieutenants: Zander Maynard, Chris O’Casio, Gracie Herrod; Sergeants: Arriana Shaw , NeVaeh Buchanan, Anabel Leigh, Jordan Cooper, Jackson Benson, Christina Adams, Jessica Todd, Eric Reeves Thurman Jr., & Natyia La’quan Bryson. 

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