Kindergarten students at Weir Elementary School were excited to have Ms. Angelia Ashford read The Thinga-ma-jigger Is Coming Today by Tish Rabe, featuring The Cat In The Hat. Each student was given a book that was donated by Mississippi Public Broadcasting.
over 2 years ago, Julie Chase
Kindergarten Celebrates Dr. Seuss
Softball Update: We will be playing one Varsity game at Kosciusko tonight at 6:30. We will keep you informed if this changes. GO CHARGERS!!
over 2 years ago, Charger Athletic Department
It looks like the rain will miss us so baseball is still playing. Junior high will start at 3:30 followed by varsity then junior varsity. GO CHARGERS!!
over 2 years ago, Charger Athletic Department
Mrs. Hollis has her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School working hard on their math skills. Center work was on the agenda, and the students are doing a great job on their independent work, Accelerated Math, and with their teachers.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Math
Math
Math
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School in Mrs. Conner’s class have been working on cause and effect. The students are doing a great job!
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
2nd grade
2nd grade
2nd grade
Mrs. Morrow’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are getting hands-on with learning about mixtures. Students are identifying materials, sorting them, and using tools to help determine their properties.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
5th grade
5th grade
5th grade
The archery competition versus Noxapater today at Weir Elementary has been called off for today.
over 2 years ago, Charger Athletic Department
Another win for junior high baseball. Final score 6–2. Go Chargers!!
over 2 years ago, Charger Athletic Department
Several students as well as community volunteers read to classes at Ackerman Elementary School to promote reading during Read Across America Week.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Class readers
Class readers
Class readers
Class readers
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed a visit from The Cat in the Hat for Read Across America Week.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
2nd grade
2nd grade
2nd grade
For Read Across America Week, Ackerman Elementary School had special visitors on Monday morning. The Cat in the Hat along with Thing 1 and Thing 2 greeted students as they entered the school.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Cat in the Hat
Cat in the Hat
Cat in the Hat
Cat in the Hat
Junior high Chargers take Game 1 with an 8-7 win over Winona. Game 2 about to kick off
over 2 years ago, Charger Athletic Department
Mrs. Jean Maree Mcculloch’s 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job on their writing. Today students learned about the Titanic and using RAFT completed an activity with a writing performance task! Great job!
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Writing
Writing
Writing
Writing
Softball games versus East Webster have been called off due to rain. Make up dates will be announced soon. Junior high baseball is still playing at Winona.
over 2 years ago, Charger Athletic Department
Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s PreK students at Ackerman Elementary have been studying ocean life. They have had fun counting fish and matching letters in their centers, putting ocean animal puzzles together, and drawing ocean animals and coloring ocean scenes in art.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Prek
Prek
Pre-K
Prek
Ackerman Elementary School will be celebrating Read Across America this week! In addition to dress up days, students and volunteers will be reading during the week to a variety of classes. There will also be two photo booths set up for pictures for students to enjoy.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Photo booth
Photo booth
Read Across America
Chargers Baseball Final from the East Webster Tournament in our second game. East Webster 4 Chargers 3 #ChargerNation
over 2 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Lining up
Chargers Baseball Final from the East Webster Tournament. Our Chargers get the win in extra innings. Chargers 8 Nanah Waiya 7 #ChargerNation
over 2 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Chargers in the field
Scoreboard
Team picture
CTE Fact #29 CTE provides pathways to advancement. In the 2016-2017 program year, 86% of adult learners concentrating in CTE either continued their education or were employed within six months of completing their program. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
Chargers Baseball Final: Chargers 13 Kirk Academy 3 Our Chargers pick up their first win on the season. Senior Landon Wells with a solo homerun. Good win! #ChargerNation
over 2 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Chargers with the win!