Julie Chase
We have Charger Spirit - Mismatched and ready to learn! #WeirExcellenceShines
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Teacher Twin Day #WeirExcellenceShines
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Student Twin Day #WeirExcellenceShines
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Students in Mrs. McKnight's ELA class are learning all about main idea and supporting details through Google Classroom! #WeirExcellenceShines!
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
In keeping with the theme for Homecoming Week, Mrs. Jones' 6th graders answer comprehension questions from the Wizard of Oz in preparation for writing. #WeirExcellenceShines.
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Putting our best foot forward! Mismatched for a Charged Up Homecoming! #WeirExcellenceShines
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Family Mismatched fun - There’s no place like home! #WeirExcellenceShines
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
#WeirExcellenceShines celebrate homecoming week!
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Student TwinDay! #WeirExcellenceShines
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Jones' 4th graders are learning about characters in a story. To go along with Homecoming Week, each student chose a character from the Wizard f Oz and identified his or her traits. #WeirExecellenceShines.
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Jones 3rd Graders are studying character traits. They are enjoying Homecoming week by analyzing the main character from the Wizard of Oz.#WeirExcellenceShines
about 1 hour ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Celebrates Charger Spirit Day with Tye Dye! #WeirExcellenceShines
about 2 hours ago, Julie Chase
Charger Athletic Department
CCHS and the football coaches would like to give a HUGE THANK YOU to Nabors Home Center for feeding the football coaches and players after today’s practice. The football team was fed by Just a Simple Mans BBQ! Thank you so much for supporting CCHS and the Chargers!
about 16 hours ago, Charger Athletic Department
Choctaw County School District
October's menus have been posted to dining. Check out what great nutrition your children will be served this coming month.
about 19 hours ago, Choctaw County School District
Charger Athletic Department
Repost about ticket information for Friday’s football game
about 20 hours ago, Charger Athletic Department
Amber Vowell
October is National Principal's Month. CCHS wants to say an early THANK YOU to all the principals in our district! Thank you for all you do to make the Choctaw County School District great! #ChargerNation
about 20 hours ago, Amber Vowell
Glen Blaine
Did you know that your participation in the Census has a direct impact to Choctaw County Schools? The data collected through the Census count helps to determine the amount of Federal Funds that CCSD receives for our schools. Please take a few minutes and complete the 2020 Census survey. Our students will appreciate it!
about 21 hours ago, Glen Blaine
Samantha Kelly
All students and staff at Ackerman Elementary School received new water bottles today that were purchased by the school! #teamAES
about 23 hours ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Jean Maree McCulloch’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are learning about perspective and point of view with pumpkins! #teamAES
about 23 hours ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Miller’s 5th grade students at Ackerman Elementary School made a “Dead Word Cemetery” in the hall! Students are working on word choice and having fun! #teamAES
about 23 hours ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
3rd and 4th Graders in Mrs. Talley’s class loved using Kahoot to review vocabulary! #WeirExcellenceShines
1 day ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES 3rd and 4th grade Tuesday Twins!
1 day ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
4th Graders had a blast playing Kahoot to brush up on their multiplication facts! #WeirExcelenceShines
1 day ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
3rd & 4th grade There’s a Storm coming!
1 day ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, don’t forget today is early release day! #teamAES
1 day ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School dress up day and items for sale for this Friday, October 2nd. #teamAES
1 day ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students at Ackerman Elementary School received their school wide fundraiser packets today! This year, all items will be purchased online through www.ShopFund.com. Parents will need to go online and register their child. Once they register and start selling items, students will turn in their signed coupons to the school and receive their “Oinksterz.” All funds that are raised will go to support the students. Please help us make this year a success. #teamAES
1 day ago, Samantha Kelly
Jennifer Roberts
Drama students had a fun time today during their study of pantomime! #ChargerNation #CCHS
1 day ago, Jennifer Roberts
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School lunch menu for October! #teamAES
2 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders in Mrs. Conner’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job working on contractions. #teamAES
2 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Amy Taylor’s 2nd grade class at Ackerman Elementary School is working on the plural forms of words. They are doing a great job! #teamAES
2 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Jennifer Roberts
Get2College is doing a live stream today on how to tackle the ACT! Tune in to see some great advice #ChargerNation #CCHS
2 days ago, Jennifer Roberts
Charger Athletic Department
Due to issues beyond the control of CCHS, the junior high and jv football games at East Webster have been cancelled.
2 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
WES 1st grade students are working hard on their phonic skills! #WeirExcellenceShines
2 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES 2nd grade students practicing their Wordly Wise Vocabulary words by playing quizizz and racing against each other. #WeirWxcellenceShines
2 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Mismatch Teacher Tuesday - Teachers have Charger Spirit! #WeirExcellenceShines
2 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Students from different grades Mismatch their outfits on Mismatch Tuesday. #WeirExcellenceShines
2 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
2nd Grade Math Literacy. WES 2nd grade students are learning about odd and even with Even Steven and Odd Todd. Students are writing stories about their Odd or Even Math Monster. They have to tell if their monster is odd or even, name their math monster and write about it. #WeirExcellenceShines
2 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
1st and 2nd Grade TWIN DAY - Double Charger Spirit! #WeirExcellenceShines
2 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
1st Grade students are taking a well deserved brain break! #WeirExcellenceShines
2 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
2nd grade practicing different types of sentences by playing a game of scoot. #WeirExcellenceSHines
2 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
2nd and 4th Grade students Go Green to show their Charger Spirit #WeirExcellenceShines
2 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Bruister’s 6th grade class at Ackerman Elementary School has been working on a project for the 6th grade playground. Students came up with a list of items they needed, mapped out the play areas, and came up with rules for the games. The students will be setting the kickball and dodgeball areas up soon for all 6th graders to enjoy! Great job! #teamAES
3 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
A friendly game of Kahoot was on the agenda for students in Mrs. Gammill’s class at Ackerman Elementary School today. Students were reviewing their Wordly Wise Words, and these three students were the top winners! #teamAES
3 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lisa and Mrs. Margie’s Prek students at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed starting their day off using the sensory path! #teamAES
3 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lucas, at Ackerman Elementary School, had her 6th graders create “Fakebook” accounts for character analysis in the their novel, Walk Two Moons. #teamAES
3 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Due to the threat of rain, the junior high and JV football games scheduled for today at East Webster have been rescheduled for tomorrow. Game times will remain the same. We will begin playing at 5:30.
3 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Stan Lester
Good Morning Chargers!! Today we encountered some problems with our original domain (choctaw.k12.ms.us) and it going to our website. I'm working to get this resolved, but this is a good opportunity for us to make the change to using choctawsd.ms and choctawsd.com. Thank you!!
3 days ago, Stan Lester
Charger Athletic Department
This Week in Charger Athletics: 📆 Monday, September 28 🏈 Jr. High Football vs. East Webster ⏰ 5:30 PM 📍 East Webster High School 📆 Tuesday, September 26 🏐 Volleyball vs. Hatley ⏰ JH 4:30 | JV 5:30 | Varsity 6:30 📍 The Cobb 📆 Thursday, October 1 🏐 Volleyball vs. Amory ⏰ JV 5:30 | Varsity 6:30 📍 The Cobb 📆 Friday, October 2 🏈 Varsity Football vs. Aberdeen ⏰ 7 PM 📍 Aberdeen High School
3 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
The Jr. High football game at East Webster tonight is STILL on. There will be three games starting at 5:30. Tickets will be $5 general admission at the gate. Travel over to Webster County and cheer on your Chargers.
3 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
TICKET INFORMATION FOR VARSITY FOOTBALL AT ABERDEEN OCT. 2, 2020
3 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
Pre-K students and teachers dress up for Green Day during homecoming - showing their Charger Spirit! #WeirExcellenceShines
3 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Kindergarten class joined in the homecoming festivities by rocking their Homecoming t-shirts. #WeirExcellenceShines
3 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Pre-K student with mom on twin day!
3 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Conerly's and Mrs. McKnight's class enjoyed participating in homecoming festivities. #WeirExcellenceShines
3 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Kindergarten learned about fall this week and ended the week with fall writing. #WeirExcellenceShines.
3 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES teachers GoGreen for Charger Homecoming Spirit. #WeirExcellenceShines
3 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Ms. Conerly's and Mrs. McKnight's class had a fun week learning and working hard in their centers. #WeirExcellenceShines
3 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Pre-K student rocking Mismatch Tuesday #WeirExcellenceShines!
3 days ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
CCHS Jr High Cross Country Team won the Eagle Claw Inventational today. Top 5 runners finished 3rd, 4th, 5th, 11th, and 13th. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
5 days ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
The Charger Junior High Cheerleaders are selling sweatshirts! Anyone interested please contact Mrs. Bradberry or any Junior High Cheerleader. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
5 days ago, Charger Nation
Amber Vowell
CCHS wants to congratulate our 2020 Homecoming Queen Akira Taylor! #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
5 days ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
A shout out to our homecoming committee: Ms. Thomas, Ms. Beals, Ms. Bradberry, Ms. Jones, Ms. Stevens, and Ms. Woodard. They did an awesome job coordinating all the events this week! #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
6 days ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School students and staff enjoyed showing their Charger Spirit today, while watching the homecoming parade! #teamAES
6 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
🏈 Choctaw County Chargers 🆚 Clarksdale 📍 Dale Davidson Field ⌚️ Kickoff at 7:00 ☁️ 69ºF 📻 WFCA 107.9fm 📺 youtube.com/channel/UCRVpS… #️⃣ #ChargerNation #HOMECOMING2020
6 days ago, Chris Threadgill
CCSD
Reminder from the CCSD Nurses: https://5il.co/lcf2
6 days ago, CCSD
Charger Nation
CCHS would like to thank the ladies of Enon Cumberland Presbyterian Church for the baskets of goodies this week. We would especially like to thank Mrs. Debra Lawson and Mrs. Barbara Worrell. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
6 days ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Emily Tuck and Mrs. Staten at Ackerman Elementary School had their students on track during independent work and centers on Friday! #teamAES
6 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Amy Taylor’s and Mrs. Patience Morrow’s homeroom classes at Ackerman Elementary School had perfect attendance for the week and were treated to ice cream on Friday! #teamAES
6 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Coach Steele's first period class was rewarded yesterday with lunch and a movie for winning the door decoration contest for Homecoming. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
6 days ago, Charger Nation
Amber Vowell
Congratulations to the Posh Pineapple for winning the homecoming decoration competition on Main Street! We appreciate all the support from the community! #ChargerNation
6 days ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Meriah and Mrs. Frankie’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had their students on point with their independent work. #teamAES
6 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mr. Richardson had his students competing in a friendly game during math class at Ackerman Elementary School. #teamAES
6 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Teachers showing Charger Spirit! #WeirExcellenceShines!
6 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mr. Snyder and one of his students showing their Charger Stance - Chargers are #1! #WeirExcellenceShines
6 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
1st and 2nd Grade WES students in Mrs. Liggins typing class at WES enjoy typing without Tears! #WeirExcellenceShines
6 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, start this Friday with some positive affirmations! You all are amazing! #teamAES
6 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Part 2 - Ackerman Elementary School students and staff dressed up in grade level colors today for homecoming week! #teamAES
7 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Part 1 - Ackerman Elementary School students and staff dressed up in grade level colors today for homecoming week! #teamAES
7 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are really enjoying reading in the new library setup Ms. White has! Keep reading! #teamAES
7 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
ATTENTION All tickets for the football game tomorrow night have been sold. Thanks for your continued support.
7 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Jennifer Roberts
The office staff at CCHS making light of the situation today by delivering snacks to students! #ChargerNation
7 days ago, Jennifer Roberts
Samantha Kelly
5th graders in Mrs. Bruister’s PACE class at Ackerman Elementary School are having a blast learning! #teamAES
7 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
***TICKET UPDATE*** We will have 120 tickets available to the general public for the game tomorrow night. An individual can purchase up to four tickets. Tickets will not go on sale until 3:30 and sales will stop at 5:30 or when all tickets are sold.
7 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Amber Vowell
CCHS has a few more short sleeve homecoming t-shirts for sell. Sizes include YS, YM, Adult XL, Adult 2X, and Adult 3X. If you are interested, please contact the school at 662-285-4101. The cost is $20 each. Thank you for your support of our school!
7 days ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School dress-up day and items for sale on Friday! #teamAES
7 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
“Snowballs” were flying in 4th grade in Mrs. Sanders’ class at Ackerman Elementary School! After having a “friendly” snowball fight, students had to quickly find the match to their vocabulary words. Learning can be fun!#teamAES
7 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Due to the power outage at the school, our phones are down. If you need to contact us at Ackerman Elementary School, please email us at helpaes@choctawsd.ms Thank you!
7 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
FOOTBALL REMINDER: Tickets for tomorrow night’s game against Clarksdale will go on sale TODAY for the general public from 3:30-5:30. We will post the number of available tickets at a later time.
7 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
VOLLEYBALL REMINDER Our Lady Chargers will be in action against Water Valley tonight. Junior high starts at 4:30 followed by Jv and Varsity. All tickets will be sold at the gate for $7
7 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
6th graders learn the character trait “Kindness” by completing an activity book in Mrs. Wise’s character Education class. #WeirExcellenceShines
7 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Selecting just the right book is a tough decision when you are in pre-k. Pre-k and kindergarten students have been learning how to handle library books very carefully, so they will last a long time in the library at Weir Elementary School. #WeirExcellenceShines
7 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Today, we are grateful for amazing students, incredible staff, and great community support, just to name a few things. Today, Ackerman Elementary School, we want to encourage everyone to be grateful! #teamAES #blessed
7 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Part 3 - Ackerman Elementary School had a lot of “twins” on Wednesday as part of dress-up week for homecoming! #teamAES
8 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Part 2 - Ackerman Elementary School had a lot of “twins” on Wednesday as part of dress-up week for homecoming! #teamAES
8 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Part 1 - Ackerman Elementary School had a lot of “twins” on Wednesday as part of dress-up week for homecoming! #teamAES
8 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Turnipseed and Mrs. Kelly Tuck’s students at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed completing spelling in a fun way! #teamAES
8 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Jennifer Roberts
Students and teachers at CCHS showed their school spirt during Homecoming Week for Twin Day! #ChargerNation
8 days ago, Jennifer Roberts
Samantha Kelly
Mr. Richardson’s 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job on their new program, Freckle Math. #teamAES
8 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Homecoming Week Day 3: Twin Day! All we do is twin, twin, twin no matter what. Coach Jim Wood and Mrs. Jennifer Roberts were Coach Wood twins for Twin Day!
8 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Reminder Charger Nation: Volleyball will host Water Valley tomorrow night at the Ty Cobb. Jr. High will start at 4:30, followed by JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 6:30. Come out and support your Lady Chargers.
8 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
Heading to Character Education. Mrs. Wise, WES counselor, does a great job with Character education. #WeirExcellenceShines
8 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Students in Mrs. McKnight’s ELA class are working hard on critical thinking skills with StoryWorks magazine and Google Classroom! #WeirExcellenceShines
8 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Students in Mrs. McKnight’s ELA class are learning all about the main idea and supporting details through Google Classroom. #WeirExcellenceShines
8 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Wearing their Hawaiian leis, students are cheering on the Chargers #WeirExcellenceShines
8 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, don’t forget early release day today! #teamAES
8 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
We hope everyone has a great day! Happy Wednesday Ackerman Elementary School! #teamAES
8 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Part 2 - A lot of students and staff at Ackerman Elementary School participated in Twister Tuesday (wacky day) for homecoming week! #teamAES
8 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Lots of students and staff at Ackerman Elementary School participated in Twister Tuesday (wacky day) for homecoming week! Part 2 of the pictures coming soon! #teamAES
9 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Miller is doing an amazing job with her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School. She has them working on a variety of writing skills, and they are learning so much from her! Great job! #teamAES
9 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Toombs and Mrs. Lewis have their 1st graders at Ackerman Elementary School on track with their math. Students are having fun creating addition and subtraction problems and solving them! Great job! #teamAES
9 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Mrs. Thomas' first period class was rewarded today with lunch and a movie for winning the door decoration contest for Homecoming. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
9 days ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
1st Grade students enjoy their special break! #WeirExcellenceShines
9 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
2nd Grade students enjoy their special break! #WeirExcellenceShines
9 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
First and Second Grade show Charger Spirit on Hawaiian Day! #WeirExcellenceShines
9 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Second Grade Students are recording their discoveries for their Gummy Bear Experiment. #WeirExcellenceShines
9 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
First grade students are getting to do their Gummy Bear Experiment. #WeirExcellenceShines
9 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, a positive mindset is so important. If you believe it, you can achieve it. #teamAES
9 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School students and staff enjoyed dressing up in “green and bling” on Monday for homecoming week! #teamAES
9 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
Congrats to the JH Football team on their win against Morton! Well done!
10 days ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Jackson’s 6th grade class at Ackerman Elementary School had fun doing a scavenger hunt! Students had a great time searching for answers on percents, and they learned a lot! #teamAES
10 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
We will not be live streaming the Jr. High Football game tonight vs. Morton.
10 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Reminder about Junior High Football Please remember that we will only be playing one game tonight against Morton. Game time will be 6:00. Tickets will be $7 and will be sold at the gate.
10 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School have started back to duty each morning. Destiny Martin, Aston Lilley, and Britlee Telano are doing an amazing job! #teamAES
10 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. Hunt’s class at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed starting their day off with a trip down the sensory path. #teamAES
10 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
***TICKET INFORMATION FOR HOMECOMING GAME AND ACTIVITIES***
10 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
Pre-Kindergarten students are learning shapes, colors, and working on their fine motor skills. They are having a lot of fun learning.
10 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Kindergarten students are working on their letters, numbers, and colors.#WeirExcellenceShines
10 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Ms. Conerly's and Mrs. McKnight's class spent the week learning in their centers and celebrating Grandparents by reading books and doing an art activity about grandparents. Grandparents day was September 13th. #WeirExcellenceShines
10 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, today is a fresh start for a new week!! It’s going to be an awesome week! #teamAES
10 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
Junior High Volleyball falls to New Hope 2-1 in game 2 of the New Hope Tourney! #ChargerNation
12 days ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
Junior High Volleyball defeats Pillow Academy in straight sets of the first match at the New Hope Tourney! #ChargedUp
12 days ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
Students and staff at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time dressing up Friday to show support for the Chargers! #teamAES
13 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Media
Ricky Vaughn just keeps bringing the 🔥 with his designs!
13 days ago, Charger Media
Counselor's Office
Today 7th graders received a hygiene packet from Prevention Services. A big thank you to Mrs. Weatherby for the donations! Mrs. Roberts joined in and talked about personal hygiene. #ChargerNation
13 days ago, Counselor's Office
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Margaret Taylor, and Mrs. Turnipseed’s homeroom classes were all present for the entire week! The classes were surprised with free ice cream as a reward. Great job! #teamAES
13 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Lisa and Mrs. Margie’s PreK Class at Ackerman Elementary learned about nursery rhymes this week. One of the nursery rhymes they learned this week was “Humpty Dumpty”. They also broke Humpty Dumpty and put him back together again with bandages at the art table. #teamAES
13 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Erwin’s class at Ackerman Elementary School took some time today to enjoy the beautiful weather and fly kites! #teamAES
13 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
4th graders in Mrs. Jean Maree McCulloch’s class at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed a game of Kahoot as a review. #teamAES
13 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Students in Mrs. McKnight’s 6th grade ELA class reviewed their Wordly Wise vocabulary words with a fun game of Kahoot. Pictured are the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners of the game. #WeirExcellenceShines
13 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
6th Graders enjoying their special break - snow cones. Thanks Ms. Sarah for fixing them for us. #WeirExcellenceShines
13 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Sherry Hall awaits the arrival of bus riders each morning at Weir Elementary School. She calls each student by name and welcomes them to school as she checks each child's temperature before the students enter the school building.selected. #WeirExcellenceShines
13 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mr. Stoney Armstrong cheerfully greets all the staff at Weir Elementary School early each morning as he checks temperatures prior to staff entering the building. #WeirExcellenceShines
13 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, no matter what, keep pushing forward and trying! Your effort determines so much! #teamAES
13 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
5th grade students in Mrs. Utley’s PACE class at Ackerman Elementary School had fun creating roller coasters and learning about energy in class. #teamAES
14 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Brittlee Telano, a 6th grader at Ackerman Elementary School, is doing a wonderful job saying the Pledge of Allegiance each day! #teamAES
14 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Correction to Previous Post We will be playing only one junior high game on Monday vs. Morton and there will be NO jv game. Please pardon the typographical error.
14 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Schedule Update: Due to a lack of participation at Morton, we will only be playing one junior high game on Monday, Sept. 21st. There will be on JV game. We will begin the game at 6:00. Thanks for your understanding and support.
14 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
All tickets for tomorrow night’s football game vs. Kosciusko have been sold. Thanks again for your support.
14 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
Mrs. Jones 5th graders are relating their own experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic to those of the characters from the story “Missing”
14 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Students in Mrs. Mcknight’s 5th grade ELA class are working hard on their Story Works story and activities for this week. #WeirExcellenceShines
14 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES 5th Grade Lab Experience Newton’s Laws of Motion “Let’s Bounce” #WeirExcellenceShines
14 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Coach Young’s 5th Graders participated in the presidential fit test by walking/running a mile. #WeirExcellenceShines
14 days ago, Julie Chase
Stan Lester
This afternoon we had a few issues with our Chromebooks and internet accessibility. We are preparing the devices to safely work away from campus and ran into some unexpected problems in doing so. If your device is still unable to connect to any websites, the device policy needs to be updated. Typically this is done in 3 hours or less, but if it still has not updated, contact your school to arrange to have the device updated locally. Very sorry for the inconvenience. #KeepChargingForward
14 days ago, Stan Lester
Julie Chase
WES Hawaiian Day September 18th
14 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Let's show our Weir Charger Spirit! Dress up each day!!! #WeirExcellenceShines
15 days ago, Julie Chase
Charger Athletic Department
***UPDATED TICKET INFORMATION*** We have 144 tickets left for Friday’s game vs. Kosciusko. They will be available to the general public beginning at 9:00 tomorrow morning until they are sold out. Each individual will be able to purchase up to 4 tickets.
15 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Anistan Stewart, a 3rd grader in Mrs. Bruister’s PACE class at Ackerman Elementary School, enjoyed printing on the 3D printer in class. #teamAES
15 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Sanders has her 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on point with their Wordly Wise by having a fun game of bingo! #teamAES
15 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Chamblee’s students at Ackerman Elementary School are exploring The Cloud Lab! Students have been learning about the different types of clouds! #teamAES
15 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Mrs. Griffin’s third graders are working hard in math class this year! We are so glad to be back in school! #WeirExcellenceShines
15 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Jones 4th graders enjoyed creating and editing booklets to help proofreading skills.
15 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Griffin’s fourth graders at Weir Elementary are learning how to use Google Classroom! They are doing an AMAZING job!
15 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
3rd and 4th graders in Mrs. Talley's class took time to remember September 11th. #WeirExcellenceShines
15 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, what goals and objectives do you have for today? Make each day count! #teamAES
15 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
5th graders in Mrs. Miller’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are on the case of “The Missing Principal.” Students had to find clues, draw conclusions, look at suspect sheets, and write about the missing principal. They did a great job. #teamAES
16 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School are loving library time and all of the seating arrangements and options. Ms. White is doing an excellent job!! #teamAES
16 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Barnett’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had fun doing a water xylophone experiment to learn about energy. #teamAES
16 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Volleyball Match vs. Grace Christian tonight Our girls will be in a match vs. Grace Christian tonight in the Ty Cobb gym. JH girls will begin at 4:30 followed by JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 6:30. Please come out and support our team. Tickets will be $7 at the gate.
16 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
Mrs. Chase and Mrs. Brook's 2nd Grade Students work on a Gummy Bear Science Experiment. They are learning to ask questions, create an hypothesis, and make predictions. The students did a Gummy Bear experiment to see what happens to Gummy Bears when they are put into different solutions (water, vinegar, baking soda water, and sugar water). The students enjoyed the experiment. #WeirExcellenceShines
16 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Chase and Mrs. Brook's 2nd Grade Students work on a Gummy Bear Science Experiment. They are learning to ask questions, create an hypothesis, and make predictions. The students did a Gummy Bear experiment to see what happens to Gummy Bears when they are put into different solutions (water, vinegar, baking soda water, and sugar water). The students enjoyed the experiment. #WeirExcellenceShines
16 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Martin’s 2nd grade students are working on their computer courses - these courses help with reading and writing and language skills. #WeirExcellenceShines
16 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School! What kind of mindset are you starting your day with? A positive mindset starts your day off in a positive way! Everything is up to you! #teamAES
16 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School will be participating in homecoming spirit week next week. Go Chargers! #teamAES
16 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Lady Chargers get two wins tonight in Kosciusko! #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
17 days ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Burdine and Mrs. O’Briant’s kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job in class! #teamAES
17 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Zirlott and Mrs. Fondren’s Prek class at Ackerman Elementary School are working hard and doing a great job! #teamAES
17 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Ticket information for Friday’s Football Game
17 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Tickets for Tuesday's volleyball match will be sold at the gate. We will have 200 tickets available and they will be sold for $7 each. Please come out and support our girls at they take to Grace Christian.
17 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Joni and Mrs. Holly’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had fun experimenting and painting with ice. #teamAES
17 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
First grade students at WES are concentrating on reading the library books they selected. #WeirExcellenceShines
17 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Math - first grade is using manipulatives to help them solve subtraction problems. #WeirExcellenceShines
17 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
A special thanks to Michelle Nicholson at State Farm in Kosciusko for the water bottles for our 1st and 2nd graders at WES! #WeieExcellenceShines
17 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Froggy puppet visits virtual learning site to help with 1st and 2nd Grade instruction. Students were able to view the new classroom puppet Froggy, who is friends with the other classroom puppets (Ducky and Piggy) during their virtual learning instruction in Google Classroom. #WeirExcellenceShines
17 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School dress up day for this Friday, September 18th is Hawaiian Day. We will be posting dress up days for homecoming week (21st-25th) soon! #teamAES
17 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, have a great Monday and a great week! #teamAES
17 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School! Please make sure you are aware of our rainy day dismissal procedures as we may be facing bad weather/rain this week! Thank you! #teamAES
18 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
CCHS Cross Country Team competed at Northwest Rankin today. Everyone did a great job! #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
19 days ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
CCHS Cross Country Team competed at Northwest Rankin today. Everyone did a great job! #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
19 days ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Students and staff at Ackerman Elementary School wore patriotic colors in remembrance of September 11th! #teamAES
20 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Utley's PACE students at Ackerman Elementary School went through the historical timeline from this day 19 years ago to remember and research the events of 9/11. They created their own personal memorials to help them remember. This day in 2001 was a moment in time that EVERYONE should look back on and remember how much our country has overcome. We Will Remember... Always! #teamAES
20 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Students and teachers at CCHS wore red, white, and blue in honor of 9/11 today. #ChargerNation #ChargerNation
20 days ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Students and teachers at CCHS wore red, white, and blue in honor of 9/11 today. #ChargerNation #ChargerNation
20 days ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Toombs’ class at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time doing the sensory path at school on Friday. #teamAES
20 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Staff at Ackerman Elementary School wore patriotic colors on September 11th. Each staff member who showed support received a prize, and some staff members received extra prizes! #teamAES
20 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Several 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School created a poster to help everyone remember September 11th. #teamAES
20 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lucas has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School working hard on paragraph construction. Developing appropriate topics, details, and conclusion sentences is a tough job! #teamAES
20 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
CCHS students honored the heroes that gave their lifes during 9/11 by lowering the flag to half staff and the playing of "America the Beautiful". #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
20 days ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Today, we remember so we won’t ever forget this day. #teamAES
20 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
ALL football tickets for tomorrow night’s game vs. East Webster have been sold. Thanks for your support
21 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Cagle at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job with their students. The students are working very hard and doing a great job on their assignments! #teamAES
21 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Morrow’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job in science class! #teamAES
21 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Hollis has her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on track with their math. They are doing a great job with prodigy and their class work. #teamAES
21 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Second Grade Students are working on spelling words.
21 days ago, Julie Chase
CCSD
Attention Parents & Students! CCSD is proud to announce that the USDA is allowing the district to extend flexibilities of our Summer Food Service Program. Check out the details here >>> https://5il.co/kurn
21 days ago, CCSD
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, don’t forget to start the day off on a positive note! #teamAES
21 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Amy Taylor’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job on their writing and on their proper nouns. #teamAES
22 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ms. White, the librarian at Ackerman Elementary School, is doing a great job of rewarding students. Students who have met required reading goals are getting iPad time in the library! Keep up the great work! #teamAES
22 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Gammill’s 3rd grade class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an awesome job on their Wordly Wise, Study Island, and AR. #teamAES
22 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Due to lack of participation by the opposing school, the JV football game scheduled for Monday, Sept. 14th has been cancelled.
22 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
**ATTENTION** Change to Game Procedures for football. This will go into effect on Friday, Sept. 11th
22 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School kindergarten students in Mrs. Emily Tuck’s class are doing an amazing job on their work! #teamAES
22 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES Mrs. Chase and Mrs. Brook's second graders are using Skittles to learn about graphs. They organized the skittles into colored sections and used tally marks to record the information. They even titled their graphs with words used to describe skittles: Tasty Math, Rainbow Math, Chewy Math, and Sweet Math.
22 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Mrs. Chase and Mrs. Brook's 2nd graders used an experiment to learn about the scientific method. They made observations, asked questions, hypothesized, did and experiment, and came to a conclusion. Science Friday is FUN!!
22 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Mrs. Chase and Mrs. Brook's 1st graders used an experiment to learn about the scientific method. They made observations, asked questions, hypothesized, did and experiment, and came to a conclusion. Science Friday is FUN!!
22 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School! This Friday, show your “Charger Pride” by wearing patriotic colors! We will also have items for sale for $1. #teamAES
22 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, find a reason to smile today or be the reason others smile! Happy Wednesday! #teamAES
22 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletics
Great job 7th, 8th and JV football Chargers on their wins tonight over East Webster!! #ChargedUp
22 days ago, Charger Athletics
Samantha Kelly
Don’t forget to place your orders! Forms and money are due tomorrow (September 9th) and can be turned in to the AES office! #teamAES
23 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Turnipseed and Mrs. K. Tuck have their 1st graders at Ackerman Elementary School on track with writing. Journals are a part of the student’s routine each day, and the students are doing great! #teamAES
23 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Telano’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are working hard. They are doing a great job on their class work! #teamAES
23 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
TICKET INFORMATION FOR FOOTBALL VS. EAST WEBSTER ON SEPT. 11th
23 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
TICKET INFORMATION FOR VOLLEYBALL VS. NEW HOPE ON SEPT. 10th Junior high, JV, and Varsity will be in action starting at 4:30
23 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
6th Graders are learning about the Solar System. They created an edible solar system, but decided to not eat it. They learned about the inner and outer planets. Great job 6th grade!
23 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Ms. Conerly's and Mrs. McKnight's Kindergarten class had fun week of learning at their centers.
23 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, we are going to have a great week! #teamAES
23 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
PreK students in Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s class at Ackerman Elementary School have been learning their colors this week. They wore a different color each day this week, had lots of fun games to play, and also made a color book of animals. #teamAES
24 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, mark your calendars for this Thursday!!! #teamAES
24 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
5th Graders celebrated spirit day On September 4th. 5th graders have Charger Spirit - Let's have a great week and show our Charger Spirit ALL week!
24 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Wise taught WES students about Bicycle safety. The Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services B.R.A.I.N. Helmet program donated the helmets. The students were given helmets after completing the lessons. The staff and students are thankful for receiving safety equipment for the students. Have fun riding your bikes and stay safe this Labor Day!
24 days ago, Julie Chase
Charger Athletic Department
Reminder About JH Football JH football vs. East Webster will be played at home on Tuesday night. Games will start at 5:30. 500 general admission tickets will be sold at the gate. Admission will be $7.
25 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Chris Threadgill
The lights are on at Dale Davidson Field as the Chargers are getting ready to square off against the Calhoun City Wildcats. Radio Broadcast on 107.1 fm WLSM. Watch the action on the Chargers YouTube Channel or on CCSD Facebook live. #ChargerNation
27 days ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Cason McKnight, a student in Mrs. Bruister’s PACE class at Ackerman Elementary School, was able to set up a 3D printer and then watch as it printed his item! #teamAES
27 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to congratulate our August Chargers in Charge! These students had excellent character and behavior for the month of August! #teamAES
27 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School in Mrs. Jackson’s class are doing a fabulous job on their Accelerated Math! #teamAES
27 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School 4th graders are working hard on learning the properties of addition in Mrs. Catchot’s math class. #teamAES
27 days ago, Samantha Kelly
CCSD
CCSD is proud to announce our partnership with Choctaw County Regional Medical Center to offer Telehealth to our students and staff. Click the link to watch our introduction video. https://youtu.be/b9xAVF5EoRw Thank you, and #keepchargingforward
27 days ago, CCSD
Samantha Kelly
Using Seesaw and Epic Reading, the gifted students in Mrs. Utley’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are learning all about their “Fantastic Elastic Brain”. It’s important for them to understand how their brains work so they can continue to strengthen them daily in creative and unusual ways. #teamAES
27 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
**UPDATE** ALL tickets for tonight’s football game have been sold. Thanks to all those who purchased them as we kick off the 2020 season.
27 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary Staff kids are showing Charger Pride today!! #teamAES
27 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
It’s Friday AES!! Make today a good day!! #teamAES
27 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Miller has her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on point with their language. Students are learning fun ways to identify simple, compound, and complex sentences. #teamAES
28 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders in Mrs. Halford’s math class at Ackerman Elementary School are learning about expanded form in different ways! #teamAES
28 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
***UPDATE ON FOOTBALL TICKET SALES*** Only 65 tickets left for tomorrow’s football game. You can purchase till 5:00 today and from 9-12 tomorrow.
28 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Nation
Homecoming t-shirt order forms will be coming home with your child tomorrow. Orders are due back September 10th. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
28 days ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Conner’s 2nd grade class at Ackerman Elementary School are working hard on main ideas! #teamAES
28 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Students eat breakfast and lunch in the classrooms. They are enjoying watching daily learning videos that are about the lessons they are learning. This has brought some great Math and Science discussion.
28 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
1st grade students are working on Math lessons learning how to add and subtract within 20. They are doing great and working hard!
28 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
1st and 2nd grade students are working on Growth Mindset. They are setting goals for the year; and the students are writing 3 things they are good at and 1 that they are not good at -YET!
28 days ago, Julie Chase
Charger Athletic Department
***CHANGE TO JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE*** The junior high football game scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 8th AT East Webster have been moved to CHOCTAW COUNTY. Game time will remain 5:30 and we will still be playing 3 games. ALL tickets will be sold at the gate for $7. We will sell a maximum of 500 tickets
28 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
AES Thankful Thursday. We are very thankful to have our students back with us, for supportive parents and community members, and for amazing teachers and staff. #teamAES
28 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES Thankful Thursday! We are very thankful to have our students back with us, for supportive parents and community members, and for great teachers and staff! #teamAES
28 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Mrs. Hunt's 6th grade class enjoy eating lunch outside on our new picnic tables.
29 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
2nd grade students working on math lessons about telling time.
29 days ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
1st and 2nd grade students are working on Growth Mindset. They are setting goals for the year; and the students are writing 3 things they are good at and 1 that they are not good YET!
29 days ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Students in Ms. Wehr’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are having fun learning about the types of sentences using Kahoot! #teamAES
29 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Don’t forget early dismissal! #teamAES
29 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
The day is what you make it, and only you can change your direction! #teamAES
29 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lucas has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on track with their writing skills. They are using tear art to review Independent and Subordinate clauses! #teamAES
30 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School information for Friday!! #teamAES
30 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
4th graders in Mrs. Barnett’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an amazing job on their work! Students are working hard to find evidence to support their answers! #teamAES
30 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
Congrats to Coach Talley and Mr. Catchot! They both won prizes in a drawing for staff members with perfect attendance for August! We are very thankful for all the teachers and staff members at CCHS! Thank you for your dedication to our students!
30 days ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. Hunt’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job on their handwriting! #teamAES
30 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT!! The information concerning the distribution of tickets for Thursday’s volleyball match versus Eupora is released:
30 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT!! The information concerning ticket distribution for Friday’s football game versus Calhoun City is released:
30 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Happy Tuesday! You choose the direction of your day!! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT !! The finalized plan for the distribution of tickets to this week’s home athletic events at CCHS will be released tomorrow. Please continue to be patient as we navigate through directives from Gov. Reeves, MHSAA, and MSDH. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.
about 1 month ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. M. Taylor has got her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on track with their Study Island work. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Bruister has her 6th grade PACE students at Ackerman Elementary School doing some great journal writing! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Chamblee has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School working on their new online learning platform, Grade Results! The students are doing a great job so far! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Your mindset determines your direction! Make today great! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School! The posted schedule goes along with the high school’s dress up days for games. AES students are allowed to dress up, but they must stay in dress code. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed Friday treats from their teachers this morning! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
CCHS wants to thank Garan Manufacturing Corp. for their donation of masks.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
CCHS wants to thank the 20th Century Club for the treats that they provided for our staff today.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Lunch Menu for September! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Reminders and Information! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Burdine and Mrs. O’Briant have their Kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School on point with their learning. They are doing a great job! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mr. Richardson’s 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a wonderful job on their Study Island work! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Hollis has her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on track with their online work. The students are doing a great job! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Due to the threat of heavy rain and severe weather from Hurricane Laura, the football scrimmage for Friday night has been cancelled. The Chargers will be in action next Friday night at home versus Calhoun City. Ticket prices will be $7.
about 1 month ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Just a reminder! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Jean Maree McCulloch has her 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on track. They are playing a game of Kahoot to test their knowledge of language skills. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the junior high football game versus Winona on Aug. 31st has been cancelled.
about 1 month ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Ms. White has students at Ackerman Elementary School on track with their reading during library time. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
CCHS would like to thank Polished Nail Salon for their donation of masks to the students and staff. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank Mr. Scott Stokes for the donation of the mask extenders for staff! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank Mississippi Home Care of Eupora for the cases of water that they donated to the school! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Sanders has her 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School doing a fun activity to help them learn about focusing! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Reminders! If you have questions, you can always contact us using one of the methods below. School Phone - 662-285-4052 School Fax - 662-285-4099 School Help Email - helpaes@choctawsd.ms #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
PROCEDURES FOR FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGE VERSUS PONTOTOC HIGH SCHOOL ON AUG. 28th
about 1 month ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lucas has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on track with their cursive and google classroom assignments! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School students are doing a great job on their typing skills! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Parents! In the event of a rainy day dismissal, please follow the instructions in the picture. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Students in Mrs. Utley’s 5th grade PACE class enjoyed having class outside some today! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Today is what you make it! Get ready for a great Thursday Ackerman Elementary School! #teamAES. #AESstrong
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School students are doing an excellent job with their new bathroom procedures. Students have to put their name card in slots on the chart, and if the chart is full (3 students max) the next students wait. Keep up the great work! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES 6th graders were able to connect with their principals last week when each principal presented information about themselves with their "ME Box." #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Parents - A few reminders for car riders. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Reminder!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School had their first day in PACE today with Mrs. Utley! They had a fun day working on art inspired by the book “Ish.” #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Cagle’s class at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed using the sensory path at school today! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank Mitchell Dental for the wonderful treat bags for the staff!! Thank you for supporting our staff! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Day 1 of football is in the books. The Chargers and other MHSAA schools were able to hit the practice fields today! Getting ready for some Friday Night Lights!!
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Reminders #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School! Updated lunch menu! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to say a big “Thank You” to Mrs. Marsha Stricklin for the amazing food for the staff this morning! AES appreciates you! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman now has a Little Free Library. Ackerman Elementary School and Ackerman 20th Century Club worked together on this project. The library is being chartered by Ackerman 20th Century Club. Stop by the walking track and grab a book, adults and children books are available. You may also leave a book to help keep the library stocked. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School staff are loving their new staff shirts! “We rise, we heal, we overcome! #teamAES”. No matter what we face this year, we will overcome!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Erwin, Ms. Ivey, and Mrs. McNutt’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a great first week with lots of fun activities! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
CCSD Parents, we have had a student at AES test positive for COVID-19. Close contact tracing has been done and all students that have been considered a close contact have been notified and will be quarantined for 14 days from the exposure. All students’ parents in the class have also been contacted and will monitor their students for any symptoms. We will continue to make sure that the safety of our students and staff is our top priority. #KeepChargingForwardTogether
about 1 month ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School! A few reminders for car riders! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
1st graders in Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. Hunt’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time today working on alphabet dots! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s PreK students at Ackerman Elementary have enjoyed getting to know each other the first few days of school. They have been playing hard in their centers and learning their new routines. We are going to have a great year! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank Polished Nail Salon in Ackerman for the donation of masks to the school! Thank you for supporting our school and students! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to give a big shoutout to SignGypsies Red Hill! Our new sign is amazing!! We are ready for another great day! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Thank you for a great day! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
CCSD
We hope everyone had an excellent day back, just a reminder of our District Covind-19 Information: https://www.choctaw.k12.ms.us/o/choctawsd/browse/146348 #maskupchargers #keepchargingforward
about 1 month ago, CCSD
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to say “Thank You” to SignGypsies Red Hill for the amazing welcome back signs! They look wonderful!! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
We are ready for a great school year at Choctaw County High School! Welcome Back To School Chargers!
about 1 month ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School is ready to welcome our students back! While parents won’t be able to walk students in this year, we wanted to make sure parents are still able to see our school! Staff will also be taking first day pictures and will send those home once they are printed. Check out the video of our school! ❤️ #teamAES https://youtu.be/qpHF838mHkk
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Students who are taking virtual classes for CCHS will be contacted this week to set up a time for orientation.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to say a big “Thank You” to our PTO and all of our parents and community members that provided breakfast for the staff on Tuesday! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Media
We are excited to see our students tomorrow! We ask if you have the ability to bring your student to and from school please do so to help prevent bus crowding. #MaskUpChargers
about 1 month ago, Charger Media
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School evening pickup procedures are pictured below. Car rider pickup starts at 2:45. On Wednesdays only, car rider pickup will start at 12:45. Please make sure you have your car rider tag hanging inside your vehicle. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
The circle parking lot is scheduled to be completed tomorrow 8/11. The high school drop off will be in the circle parking lot and ths jr high will be at the band hall parking lot.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School morning drop-off procedures are pictured below. Car rider drop-off starts at 7:20. Please be patient this first week as we work on new safety procedures. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank the 20th Century Club for the “buddies” they provided for PreK and Kindergarten students. Students will have their “buddy” to help them through their first day of school this year! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School lunch menu for August. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES Staff participated in a scavenger hunt on Sunday! The three winners received a pack of class supplies! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Parents! We know the first day of school will look different this year, but we want to provide you with a chance to take those first day pictures (even if it’s early). Outside the main entrance, we have set up a photo station. You can bring your children by anytime between now and Tuesday evening to take a picture! First day of school grade level cards are also on the table for you to use. We can’t wait to see our students Wednesday! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank all of our community members for the buttons! These will be used to help students see who staff are when wearing masks. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School has new water bottle filling stations. In addition, the school has purchased water bottles for all the students and staff! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Cross Country practice will begin on Wednesday, August 12th immediately after school. All those who plan to participate need to be prepared to run on that day. Make sure that you have a current physical on file with the school before you practice.
about 1 month ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Parents! Students will have one of three tags this year for dismissal. 1) Bus Rider Tag - Will be placed on the student’s backpack with their bus number written on it. 2) After School Tag - Will be placed on the student’s backpack with their name written on it. 3) Car Rider Tag - Should be placed on the review mirror inside the vehicle that will be picking them up. This will allow for a smoother pickup in the evenings. **If you missed getting a car rider tag at Open House, please stop by the school anytime from 8-3 to pick one up. This will help make for a smooth first day dismissal. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank our amazing PTO for the snacks and drinks for staff during their work days! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES resources to keep you up to date on information! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School is ready to get our students and staff back! Masks, face shields, and lanyards for holding masks are in! If your child has their own mask, we encourage them to wear a mask that they are comfortable with, but we do have backups. We can’t wait for school to start! #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
We look forward to seeing faculty and staff tomorrow!Please report to your schools! Per the new governor’s executive order face masks or face shields now required.#WeGotUCovered
about 1 month ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank the Enon Youth Group. They prayed over the school (as well as all schools in the district) for the upcoming year, as they do each year. As we approach the new school year, all thoughts and prayers are appreciated for a great year. #teamAES
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank Mrs. Tinker Forrester for the new pillows and seating to spruce up our foyer! #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
New hand sanitizing stations have arrived at Ackerman Elementary School! We are adding 15 new stations! We can’t wait to get these installed around campus for our students. #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
CCSD
UPDATE: Ackerman Elementary Plans to Reopen: https://5il.co/imw9 General Information: https://5il.co/isk7 and After School Program: https://5il.co/imw8
2 months ago, CCSD
CCSD
UPDATE: CCHS Plans for School to Restart https://5il.co/iabd
2 months ago, CCSD
Julie Chase
In-person open house for Pre-K and NEW Kindergarten students will be on Monday, August 10th. The school will call parents/guardians to set-up an appointment.
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
As we start the school year and make preparations for school safety, we are glad to see our supply orders being filled. This week Weir Elementary School has received protective equipment for staff, teachers, and students.
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Virtual Open House will be posted on August 10th for grades Kindergarten to 6th grade. A link will be provided on WES webpage or WES app and WES Facebook
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Amber Vowell
CCHS will open late on August 10th from 3 pm to 6 pm to allow students to pick up schedules and to ask questions. We will be set up in the new office. We ask that you wear a mask when you enter the building and practice social distancing.
2 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School had an amazing turnout tonight for Open House. Our last night of Open House is tomorrow (Thursday) for 6th grade and PreK! We are ready for another great night and look forward to seeing everyone! #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
CCSD
Distance Learning Info: https://5il.co/isil Please note, distance learning forms are due to the schools on July 31, 2020. Forms are available on each school's website.
2 months ago, CCSD
CCSD
UPDATE: Weir Elementary has released their plans to reopen. https://5il.co/imw4
2 months ago, CCSD
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Students - Don’t forget to stop by Magnolia Ice and see Mrs. Easley and Kiersen for your free snow cone this week! #teamAES 🍧🍧
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Even though the start of school has been pushed back until August 12th for students, Ackerman Elementary School will continue with the Open House Schedule! We can’t wait to see our 1st and 4th graders tomorrow (Wednesday)! #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
New Open House Schedule: only change is for new students and upcoming 7th graders! We are so excited to see you soon!
2 months ago, Amber Vowell
Charger Media
New school Calendar
2 months ago, Charger Media
Superintendent Glen Beard
Schedule Change to allow additional training for teachers to better serve our students! Teachers report Aug 5 and students begin Aug 12! New school calendar will be on our website!
2 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School has a new display thanks to Mrs. Marina Loper. A great reminder to “Be the “I” in Kind.” #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School wants to thank all of the parents and family members who came to Open House this evening. It was great to see our 2nd and 3rd grade students today! We can’t wait to see our Kindergarten and 5th grade students on Tuesday! #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School has a new motivational display to encourage students! In the main foyer, students can now see the person responsible for their actions, words, grades, effort, attitude, and more. This is a great reminder that students will see each day! #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Don’t forget about Open House this week! Teachers will only be in their rooms for Open House on their assigned days (see photo). Please call the school at 662-285-4052 with any questions.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Students! Stop by Magnolia Ice next week, Tuesday through Saturday, for one free small snow cone on us! We love you all and miss you! #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
The link below provides information that is specific to Ackerman Elementary School in regards to arrival, breakfast, lunch, supplies, dismissal, and much more. As always, please call the school with any questions at 662-285-4052 or e-mail us at helpaes@choctawsd.ms General Information: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/814845/Ackerman_Elementary_School_General_Information.pdf
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to say a huge “Thank You” to the 20th Century Club! These ladies worked extremely hard on painting one of our buildings and did an amazing job! Thank you to Debbie Bruister, Tinker Forrester, Ginny Lucas, Leah Agnew, Belinda Vowell, Katie Huffman, Ashley Williams, and Regina Jones! AES appreciates you!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School - Don’t forget tomorrow is the last day for early registration. Please call the school with any questions at 662-285-4052. **If you missed your registration day earlier in the week, you can still come tomorrow.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
Parking permit form: 12th grade can purchase on or after July 27th; 11th grade on or after July 28th. All info and required items must be complete to purchase.
2 months ago, Amber Vowell
Jennifer Roberts
Just a reminder: The application day for dual credit classes will be tomorrow from 1-3 in the new building. Please let me know if you have any questions (jenniferroberts@choctawsd.ms).
2 months ago, Jennifer Roberts
Charger Athletic Department
WCBI Sports will be airing a special segment on the 2020 version of the Choctaw County Chargers football team. The segment will air at 6:00 and 10:00. Tune in to get your first taste of Charger Football!!!
2 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, don’t forget about early registration next week. These dates are for both on campus and distance learning registration. Please call the school with any questions. #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Holmes Community College will be at CCHS on Tuesday July 21st from 1-3. They will be here to help any juniors or seniors fill out the online application for dual enrollment classes. If you have any questions please email Mrs. Roberts at jenniferroberts@choctawsd.ms
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Stan Lester
CCHS has released the plans for reopening. https://5il.co/iabd You can also find all CCSD Covid related info here https://www.choctaw.k12.ms.us/o/choctawsd/browse/146348 Thank you and be safe!
3 months ago, Stan Lester
Charger Nation
Choctaw County High School 2020-2021 start of school plan.
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School 2020-2021 Supply List
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Please click the link below to open the District and WES COVID-19 Plan https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Qvna-nlAiafy2SLRHrgP_BnJ2-XAkm6l/view?usp=sharing
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Choctaw County High School 2020-2021 start of school plan.
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
Students begin on August 5th! Note it is a Wednesday and will be a early dismissal day as well!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Stan Lester
Below are the links to CCSD’s reopening plan. Schools will be posting plans specific to their campus! 1) Reopening Plan: https://5il.co/i8tk 2) Plans & Procedures: https://5il.co/i8s5 3) Online Registration Form: https://5il.co/i8tj
3 months ago, Stan Lester
Charger Athletic Department
Girls athletic activities will be postponed until July 27th. We have had a potential case of COVID-19. Please monitor your child for potential symptoms. We thank you for your cooperation as we navigate through this situation.
3 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Superintendent Glen Beard
We look to start releasing the start of school plans next week Tuesday and beyond. We will release generalized plans from the district. Schools will release plans specific to them!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
Administrators and medical personnel continue to work together to plan ways to have traditional start to school. Plans hope to be posted next week. Working on options for parents.
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Athletic Department
Workout sessions for Male athletes has been called off due to weather. They will be made up tomorrow at the same times unless you hear from Coach Roberts through Remind.
3 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Nation
Attention!
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Athletic Department
Weight sessions are still on for this morning. If anything changes you will be contacted through the remind group.
3 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Attention Athletes ALL athletes need to check the REMIND app between 7:00 &7:30 tomorrow morning for news about weights in the morning. Weather could force them to be postponed.
3 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
ATTENTION MALE ATHLETES Workouts for Tuesday are still taking place as scheduled. If something changes we will announce it through REMIND.
3 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMFORMATION CONCERNING WORKOUTS: All MALE athletes should watch social media and REMIND for information about workouts on Tuesday, June 23rd. A decision will be made by 7:00 am. FEMALE athletes will be notified by Coach Worrell through REMIND.
3 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
SPORTS PHYSICALS Free sports physicals will be given June 24th- June 29th at Choctaw Medical Clinic. Please make an appointment in advance. This is for all those in band, cheer, and athletics.
3 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
SPORTS PHYSICALS Any 7th - 12th grader who plans to participate in athletics, band, or cheer must have a current physical before their first day of practice. The physicals will be free at Choctaw Medical Clinic from June 24th -June 29th. Please call in advance to set up an appointment.
3 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
​If your child is planning on attending WES Kindergarten Program for the 2020-2021 school year, and your child did not attend our Pre-K program please send the following information to helpwes@choctawsd.ms 1. Your Child's name 2. Your Child's birthday 3. Parent's name 4. Parent's address 5. Parent's phone number 6. Parent's email #weirexcellenceshines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Superintendent Glen Beard
CCSD is planning on a traditional scheduled start to school in August! Our medical task force and admins have been and will continue to plan ways for CCSD to operate as safely as possible. Our goal is to keep schools open! It will take us all working together to achieve our goal
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MALE ATHLETES Beginning on Monday, June 15th, we will no longer have the 12:00 and 2:00 workout session. Those lifting at these times can report at either 8:00, 10:00 or 4:00. Any other high school male athlete who is not currently in a session can contact Coach Roberts for available spots.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
CCSD
Please take a moment to fill out our School Reintroduction Family Feedback survey. https://forms.gle/hbBn7R1P2ppRKYaMA Thank you, and KEEP CHARGING FORWARD!!
4 months ago, CCSD
Charger Nation
Incoming 8th grade parents- Please fill out this short survey for your child. https://forms.gle/XWtez1Centv5XTwL7
4 months ago, Charger Nation
CCSD
We now have summer worksheet information for the High School available on our website. https://www.choctaw.k12.ms.us/o/choctawsd/browse/138953 You can also find Elementary summer worksheets at this link. https://www.choctaw.k12.ms.us/ Keep Charging Forward!!
4 months ago, CCSD
Charger Athletic Department
SUMMER WORKOUT INFORMATION: Workouts for male and females athletes will take place on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week. You will report to the same session as last week.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Due to the threat of heavy rains, there will be no workouts for male or female athletes tomorrow, Monday, June 8th. Details about a makeup day will be given as soon as possible. Thanks for your continued cooperation and understanding as we work through these issues.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
The meeting for Varsity baseball players will be Tuesday, June 9th not June 8th. Sorry for the mix up.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR VARSITY BASEBALL PLAYERS
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS All football players need to sign up for the Remind group with Coach Roberts. He will be using this to communicate changes to the workout schedule.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Attention ALL Athletes: Choctaw Medical Clinic will be giving FREE sports physicals from June 24th — June 29th. Available times are 8:00 - 11:30 & 2:00 - 4:30. Please call and make an appointment to secure a spot.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
20th Century Club ladies are adding pops of color to a building at Ackerman Elementary School! It’s looking great so far, and we appreciate all the hard work 20th Century Club does! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Media
Summer feeding program starts today! Lunch only will be served and is free to all children ages 0-18! It will be served from 11am-1pm at CCHS only. Lunch will be served Monday, Tuesday and Thursday the month of June. Grab and go style only!
4 months ago, Charger Media
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
Weir Elementary School Pick-Up Time Thursday, 28th 4 pm - 7 pm *belongings left at school *Special Item *Book Gift *Awards *Report Card ***INSTRUCTIONS*** Starting at 4:00 pm, Thursday, May 28th parents can enter the car rider line. Enter the car rider line by turning left on Ragon Street. Take a left on Marion Kelley Drive. Stay in your vehicle. When you get to the awning (the walk way), you will receive your bag of goodies. Please bring your library book or anything else that belongs to the school. We will start at 4:00 pm and finish at 7:00 pm #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Weir Elementary School Pick-Up Dates & Times Wednesday, 27th 9 am - 12 pm Thursday, 28th 4 pm - 7 pm *belongings left at school *Special Item *Book Gift *Awards *Report Card ***INSTRUCTIONS*** Starting at 4:00 pm, Thursday, May 28th parents can enter the car rider line. Enter the car rider line by turning left on Ragon Street. Take a left on Marion Kelley Drive. Stay in your vehicle. When you get to the awning (the walk way), you will receive your bag of goodies. Please bring your library book or anything else that belongs to the school. We will start at 4:00 pm and finish at 7:00 pm #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School had an amazing year! Thank you to our students, parents, community, and staff for making this an amazing year. We love and miss you all! #teamAES https://youtu.be/rwb4xxH59jw
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ATHLETES ABOUT SUMMER WORKOUTS
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FEMALE ATHLETES
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MALE ATHLETES
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
NASA LIFT OFF TODAY!!! Live Stream Information https://www.nasa.gov/nasalive lift of will be at 3:33 pm our time - you will not want to miss this. We are watching videos on the NASA website now - it is very interesting. If you are able to get to a computer or your phone, and look up NASA - this would be great to watch. For the first time in 9 years, we are lifting off into space. There is a lot of information to click on at the NASA website while you wait for the launch to take place. This is so exciting - be part of the millions who are watching history happen today! #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Media
The Choctaw County School District is participating in the 2020 Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children 0 – 18 years of age regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided at the following site: Choctaw County High School Lunch Only (Pick up behind cafeteria) Monday, Tuesday & Thursday June 1 through June 30, 2020 Hours of Operation Mon., Tues., & Thur. 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. To file a complaint of discrimination, write or call immediately to: USDA Office of the Assistant Secretary of Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20250-9410 (866) 632-9992 or (800) 877-8339 (TTY) This institution is an equal opportunity provider.​
4 months ago, Charger Media
Charger Nation
Choctaw County High School will be mailing report cards for grades 7th through 11th at the end of this week. Please make sure all fines, books and uniforms are turned in so you will receive your report card.
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
Weir Elementary School Pick-Up Dates & Times Wednesday, 27th 9 am - 12 pm Thursday, 28th 4 pm - 7 pm *belongings left at school *Special Item *Book Gift *Awards *Report Card ***INSTRUCTIONS*** Starting at 9:00 am, Wednesday, May 27th parents can enter the car rider line. Enter the car rider line by turning left on Ragon Street. Take a left on Marion Kelley Drive. Stay in your vehicle. When you get to the awning (the walk way), you will receive your bag of goodies. Please bring your library book or anything else that belongs to the school. We will follow the same procedure on Thursday, May 28th for parents who need a later time to come to the school. We will start at 4:00 pm and finish at 7:00 pm #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Weir Elementary School Pick-Up Dates & Times Wednesday, 27th 9 am - 12 pm Thursday, 28th 4 pm - 7 pm *belongings left at school *Special Item *Book Gift *Awards *Report Card ***INSTRUCTIONS*** Starting at 9:00 pm, Wednesday, May 27th parents can enter the car rider line. Enter the car rider line by turning left on Ragon Street. Take a left on Marion Kelley Drive. Stay in your vehicle. When you get to the awning (the walk way), you will receive your bag of goodies. Please bring your library book or anything else that belongs to the school. We will follow the same procedure on Thursday, May 28th for parents who need a later time to come to the school. We will start at 4:00 pm and finish at 7:00 pm #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Weir Elementary School Pick-Up Dates & Times Wednesday, 27th 9 am - 12 pm Thursday, 28th 4 pm - 7 pm *belongings left at school *Special Item *Book Gift *Awards *Report Card ***INSTRUCTIONS*** Starting at 9:00 am, Wednesday, May 27th parents can enter the car rider line. Enter the car rider line by turning left on Ragon Street. Take a left on Marion Kelley Drive. Stay in your vehicle. When you get to the awning (the walk way), you will receive your bag of goodies. Please bring your library book or anything else that belongs to the school. We will follow the same procedure on Thursday, May 28th for parents who need a later time to come to the school. We will start at 4:00 pm and finish at 7:00 pm #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Weir Elementary School Pick-Up Dates & Times Wednesday, 27th 9 am - 12 pm Thursday, 28th 4 pm - 7 pm *belongings left at school *Special Item *Book Gift *Awards *Report Card ***INSTRUCTIONS*** Starting at 9:00 pm, Wednesday, May 27th parents can enter the car rider line. Enter the car rider line by turning left on Ragon Street. Take a left on Marion Kelley Drive. Stay in your vehicle. When you get to the awning (the walk way), you will receive your bag of goodies. Please bring your library book or anything else that belongs to the school. We will follow the same procedure on Thursday, May 28th for parents who need a later time to come to the school. We will start at 4:00 pm and finish at 7:00 pm #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Winner of a Tablet and Case (Purchased by PTO) Most Growth in Pre-Kindergarten- Mariah Shells Most Growth in Kindergarten-Destinee Miller Most AR Points from 1st-2nd – Jaclyn Hobson Most AR Points from 3rd-4th- Shalyn Hollinger Most AR Point from 5th-6th-Caelyn Hollinger Most AM Objectives from 1st-2nd- Mytaveus Montgomery Most AM Objectives from 3rd-4th- Yasmin Hawthorne Most AM Objectives from 5th-6th - Jazzmyn Weaver
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Superintendent Glen Beard
Never forget the sacrifice that so many made so we may enjoy the freedom that we have today! #NeverForget
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Amber Vowell
Announcement for CCHS students
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Charger Nation
Teachers at Choctaw County High School wanted to share words of wisdom to the Class of 2020. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments. #ChargerFamily
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to congratulate our 5th grade students on their awards! Thank you students for all of your hard work this year, and we can’t wait to see you back next year! We love you! #teamAES https://youtu.be/dUVYgt1lA1s
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
The MHSAA announced that summer athletic activities can resume on June 1st. Coaches will be meeting during the upcoming days to finalize our summer plans. Please be patient as we work through this process. More information will be forthcoming as soon as it is available. Thanks for your cooperation and support. #Go Chargers
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to recognize our 4th grade students and all of their awards for the 2019-2020 school year! We are extremely proud of their hard work and dedication this year! We love you all! #teamAES https://youtu.be/07jQLkXa4dc
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to congratulate our 3rd grade students on their awards for the 2019-2020 school year! Great job students! We will miss you! #teamAES https://youtu.be/MjSe-xgzueo
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
USE THIS LINK https://youtu.be/al77ceJ-NDA Congratulations Third Grade! We are very proud of you! You have worked very hard this year! We love and miss you! Hope you have a great, safe, and fun summer! #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
USE THIS LINK: https://youtu.be/CilAEinuGrg Congratulations, First grade! We are proud of you! You have worked very hard this year. We Love and miss you! Have a great, safe,and fun summer.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
USE THIS LINK https://youtu.be/sS6Yj71bTic Congratulations Second Grade! We are proud of you! You have worked very hard this year! We love and miss you! Have a great, safe, and fun summer! #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
USE THIS LINK https://youtu.be/H4H0P_kshsU Congratulations, Fourth Grade! We are proud of you! You have worked very hard! We love and miss you! Have a great, safe, and fun summer! #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
USE THIS LINK https://youtu.be/So12ahm7T78 Congratulations Pre-K! We are proud of you! You have worked very hard this year! We love and miss you! Have a great, safe, and fun summer! #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
USE THIS LINK https://youtu.be/8h_3n_I1Duc Congratulations Sixth Grade! We are proud of you! You have worked very hard this year! We love and miss you! Have a great, safe, and fun! #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
USE THIS LINK https://youtu.be/GvoEQmK7J-8 Congratulations Fifth Grade! We are proud of you! You have worked very hard this year! We love and miss you! Have a great, safe, and fun summer! #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
USE THIS LINK https://youtu.be/W1pxcqc7IL0 Congratulations Kindergarten! We are proud of you! You have worked very hard this year! We love and miss you! Have a great, safe, and fun summer! #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to congratulate our students in 2nd grade who received awards! We are so proud of all of our students and their hard work this year! #teamAES https://youtu.be/3d-3E5kjBrE
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to congratulate all of our 1st grade students on their awards! They are a wonderful group of students, and we are incredibly proud of them! #teamAES https://youtu.be/YrCkSNi4MXQ
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
​Hello WES parents. We apologize for the delay of the slideshow presentation, we are having some technical difficulties. We will be re-posting as soon as possible.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to take this time to present awards to our Kindergarten students. They have grown so much this year, and we are so proud of their accomplishments. Great job! #teamAES https://youtu.be/6CT6bxmrk8Q
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to congratulate our Pre-K students on their hard work this year and share the awards they received with everyone. Great job students! #teamAES https://youtu.be/u9tfJy6By3Q
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
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Senior Band Members! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Information About Graduation Tonight!
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
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Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to congratulate the 6th grade students on their graduation from AES. Students were presented with awards and their 6th grade completion certificates this week. We will miss you all very much, and we are so proud of all of you! #teamAES https://youtu.be/_9iyLUWhQ1E
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Parents just a reminder about graduation tomorrow.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Julie Chase
Thursday, May 21st: MATH Pre-K: Kindergarten: Adults are always saying you are full of energy. So, let’s burn some of that energy! Play skip counting hopscotch. Start out simply by labeling the blocks by 1s, 5s or 10s. 1st & 2nd: Grade: So, very proud of each of you. The light bulb was invented by Thomas Edison, a very famous scientist and inventor. The Edison Festival of Light is a large parade that happens in my hometown of Fort Myers, Florida each year. So, let’s see how many different light bulbs WATTS there are…. Here is a list of the different standard light bulb watts: 40 Watt, 60 Watt, 75 Watt, and 100 Watt. Halogen Light Watt 29 Watt, 43 Watt, 53 Watt, 72 Watt LED Light Watt 8 Watt, 13 Watt, 17 Watt, 20 Watt How much more watts are used in the largest standard light bulb than the smallest LED light bulb? How many watts would there be if you added the smallest light bulb in each category? How much more is the largest Halogen bulb watt than the largest LED light bulb watt? How much would the 60 watt standard lightbulb be than the 43 watt Halogen Light Bulb be? How much would all the watts be if you added all the LED wattage together? Make up some problems for your parents to solve and see if they get them right. Send me some picks and look up the Edison Pageant of Lights parade - I marched in that parade when I was in High School - back in the day. Have a great summer!!!! 3rd: I would like for you to research energy efficient home plans with an adult. Look at different house plans. Then use a piece of paper to create your own energy efficient house plan. Label your house plan with measurements then find the perimeter of each of the rooms in your house plan. Happy building!! 4th: I would like for you to research energy efficient home plans. Look at different house plans. Then use a piece of paper to create your own energy efficient house plan. Label your house plan with measurements then find the perimeter and area of each room in your house! Happy building! 5th: Blast Off! Newton's third law states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. On blast off, a rocket pushes the propellant out, and the propellant then pushes the rocket. The propellant comes out of the engine; this is the action. The rocket lifts off the launch pad in the opposite direction; this is the reaction. A balloon rocket is propelled by air. The greater the propellant, the greater the action and thus, the greater the reaction. Let’s experiment with different amounts of air and measure the distance the rocket travels. 1. You will need drinking straw, balloons (long works best), clear tape, fishing line or long string, tape measure or ruler. 2. Thread string through straw, tie one end to the back of a chair, blow up a balloon and tape to straw, pull string tight and keep tight until measuring how far your “rocket flew”. 3. Conduct several flights changing the number of breaths used to inflate balloons. Keep an Input and Output table showing the relationship between number of breaths and distance rocket traveled. Why do you think the results were what they are? 6th: Let’s see how we can problem solve with fractions, decimals and percents.We use more and more energy each and every day. We use it to make electricity, heat and fuel. It powers our laptops and TVs, gives us hot water and warm, comfy spaces, and helps transport us from one location to another. Click on the link to solve problems about real world energy use. Renewable Energy Math Worksheet #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
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Charger Media
Today is the last day for the Spring Grab and Go Feeding program! 10:30-12:30pm at CCHS, FCE and WES. We will start back with the Summer Feeding Program in June! Thank you to all the volunteers that have prepared and served meals during this time!
4 months ago, Charger Media
Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/GDwTYiKXMdA Science experiment about Buoyancy and Density. What makes an object sink or float? #WeirExcellenceShines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Amber Vowell
Class of 2020: We are looking forward to graduation on Thursday! This is a reminder that only cars, trucks, SUVs and vans are allowed at graduation. And also, only one car per graduate. If you have questions, please call the office or email us at helpcchs@choctawsd.ms.
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Parents! If you weren’t able to make it to the school to take pictures yet, we will have our “last day of school” photo setup outside the school for the remainder of the month. If you need to pickup or drop off items for your child at the school, please call the school to set up a time. We will be glad to accommodate a time that works for you. AES will be doing a virtual awards day for Pre-K through 5th grade that will be posted soon. As soon as we are able to do something in person for our kiddos, we will. Kindergarten will take graduation pictures once it is safe to do so. We want to do this as safely as possible, and we don’t feel sharing a cap and gown for pictures is safe for our kiddos at this time . Please keep a watch on Facebook for updates! We love and miss our kiddos! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Today, 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School were able to celebrate their 6th grade graduation in a different way to finish out the school year. Award presentations, photos with family members, treats, and a fun photo booth were all a part of their special day! Be on the look out for their 6th grade graduation video coming soon! We are so proud of our 6th grade graduates! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
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Senior Band Members! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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This meeting is at 2 P.M.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
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Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/YEy3T-Wg5xE Ms. Shows is a teacher at Choctaw High School, and she is reading a book that she wrote called, "The River Fairy's Wish". We are very proud of her accomplishments as a writer.
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Tuesday, May 19th: Writing Kindergarten: Go outside and look at the sun. Write three sentences about the sun. Think about its color, how it feels to you, and the shape of it. 1st & 2nd Grade: Make a list of things the Sun does to help us everyday. Example: warmth, gives light 3rd &4th Grade: Why is ENERGY important? How do we use energy? Write a paragraph telling the importance of energy and ways that we use it everyday! 5th & 6th Grade: Go on a scavenger hunt around your house and find items that use energy. Make a list of all of the items that you can find! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Teachers at Choctaw County High School wanted to share words of wisdom to the Class of 2020. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments. #ChargerFamily
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Charger Nation
Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
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Samantha Kelly
6th Graders at Ackerman Elementary School!! Just a reminder!!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
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Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Important information for next years juniors and seniors that are planning to take duel credit classes. If you have any questions please email helpcchs@choctawsd.ms
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Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
Kindergarten: https://youtu.be/wBs3GIaAWek . This is the link to the read aloud Energy from the Sun on YouTube. Listen to the story with an adult or friend and talk about how the sun makes energy or find a book on Epic about the Sun. Think about the ways you use energy. 1st & 2nd grade: The Sun is a form of Energy. Find a book on Epic about the Sun. Watch out for things the Sun does as a source of Energy. 3rd and 4th grade: Search on EPIC about Energy - read a book about it ENERGY that you would enjoy! When you are reading, write down three facts about energy that you think are important. 5th & 6th Grade: Read, “Our Resources” on Epic! There are many other books on Epic! that explain energy. Find some books on your level and have fun reading! #WeiExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Kindergarten: https://youtu.be/wBs3GIaAWek . This is the link to the read aloud Energy from the Sun on YouTube. Listen to the story with an adult or friend and talk about how the sun makes energy or find a book on Epic about the Sun. Think about the ways you use energy. 1st & 2nd grade: The Sun is a form of Energy. Find a book on Epic about the Sun. Watch out for things the Sun does as a source of Energy. 3rd and 4th grade: Search on EPIC about Energy - read a book about it ENERGY that you would enjoy! When you are reading, write down three facts about energy that you think are important. 5th & 6th Grade: Read, “Our Resources” on Epic! There are many other books on Epic! that explain energy. Find some books on your level and have fun reading! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
Monday, May 18th: Reading Pre-K: Kindergarten: 1st & 2nd grade: The Sun is a form of Energy. Find a book on Epic about the Sun. Watch out for things the Sun does as a source of Energy. 3rd and 4th grade: Search on EPIC about Energy - read a book about it ENERGY that you would enjoy! When you are reading, write down three facts about energy that you think are important. 5th & 6th Grade: Read, “Our Resources” on Epic! There are many other books on Epic! that explain energy. Find some books on your level and have fun reading! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Julie Chase
Virtual Awards Day Will be Posted Thursday, May 21, 2020 Weir Elementary School Pick-Up Dates & Times Wednesday, 27th 9 am - 12 pm Thursday, 28th 4 pm - 7 pm *belongings left at school *Special Item *Book Gift *Awards *Report Card ***INSTRUCTIONS*** Starting at 9:00 am, Wednesday, May 27th parents can enter the car rider line Enter the car rider line by turning left on Ragon Street. Take a left on Marion Kelley Drive Stay in your vehicle. When you get to the awning (the walk way), you will receive your bag of goodies. Please bring your library book or anything else that belongs to the school. We will follow the same procedure on Thursday, May 28th for parents who need a later time to come to the school. We will start at 4:00 pm and finish at 7:00 pm #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Teachers at Choctaw County High School wanted to share words of wisdom to the Class of 2020. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments. #ChargerFamily
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Important Information for incoming 7th Graders.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School - As you come for your pickup and drop off dates, we will have a place to take photos for the students for their “last day of school.” If students aren’t able to come with you on their assigned day, you’re more than welcome to bring them back for pictures at a time that is convenient and safe for your family. The photo station will be set up today, May 15th, from 8-3 and May 18th through May 20th from 8-3. Please call the school with any questions you may have.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/0b1aR7WpGfI "The Energy Bus" part 2 read aloud by Mrs. Wise with permission from Wiley and Sons Inc. #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Virtual Awards Ceremony! Is on its way in the next few minutes. Thank you for being patient.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School- The two attachments give drop off and pickup times for AES students. These times allow for pickup of items left at the school including workbooks for extra summer practice and for drop off of school items. At this time we are only doing an Awards Day for our 6th grade graduates. A different day will be done to celebrate awards for all other students in the school. Please feel free to call or email the school with any questions.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Teachers at Choctaw County High School wanted to share words of wisdom to the Class of 2020. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments. #ChargerFamily
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Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
1st: Famous Mathematicians, how old were they? (subtract the smallest number from the bigger number). Benjamin Banneker Live: 1713-1806 Elbert Cox Live: 1895-1969 Euphemia Haynes Live: 1890-1980 Annie Easley Live: 1933-2011 How old are they right now, subtract birth year from 2020 Fern Hunt Live: 1948 - present Mark Dean Live: 1957 - present Katherine Johnson Live: 1918 - present Valorie Thomas Live: 1943 - present Lonnie Johnson Live: 1949 - present John Urschel Live: 1991 - Present Mae Carol Jemison Live: 1956 - Present 2nd: Find out how old each famous American would be if they were still alive… it is 2020, so subtract their birth year from 2020 and you will find out… Thomas Edison (inventor) Born: 1847 Rosa Parks (Civil Rights Activist) Born: 1913 Henry Ford (Car Inventor) Born: 1917 Amelia Earhart (female pilot) Born: 1897 Abraham Lincoln (16th President) Born: 1809 Benjamin Banneker Born: 1731 (Mathematician & Scientist) Dr. George Carver (Scientist) Born: 1864 Florence Nightingale (Nurse) Born: 1820 3rd: Using a computer, tablet, or phone research and find 5 famous Americans. Read about each one and find the age of each of your famous people. Once you have the age, order them from least to greatest and greatest to least. Have fun finding your favorite 5 famous Americans!! 4th: It’s time to multiply with famous people. I would like for you to research and find 3 famous mathematicians. Read about the mathematicians you find and discover what year they were born and what their accomplishments were. Use their birth year and multiply it by 9 to find your answer. Once you’ve completed that, do the same thing using 3 famous people of your own choice! Then take your 6 answers and order them from greatest to least! 5th: Mathematics did not drop from the sky. I know that, of course, but do you? What a greater appreciation you can have for mathematics as a living science if you learn about the ideas in math from heroes past and present! It all begins with "I wonder." Read about the contributions of 3-5 American Mathematicians. How would the study of math be changed if their contributions had never been? For example, to see how to approach your thinking for each mathematician’s contribution, if an American mathematician had created the idea of the number 0, what would the world be like without it? 6th: Mathematics did not drop from the sky. I know that, of course, but do you? What a greater appreciation you can have for mathematics as a living science if you learn about the ideas in math from heroes past and present! It all begins with "I wonder." Read about the contributions of 3-5 American Mathematicians. How would the study of math be changed if their contributions had never been? For example, to see how to approach your thinking for each mathematician’s contribution, if an American mathematician had created the idea of the number 0, what would the world be like without it?
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Charger Nation
Teachers at Choctaw County High School wanted to share words of wisdom to the Class of 2020. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments. #ChargerFamily
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Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Charger Nation
Awards Ceremony Announcement!
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Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School drop-off and pickup dates and times! Please read the information and call or email us with any questions. #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Charger Nation
Important Senior Announcement!
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
Tuesday, May 12th: Writing Pre-K: Who is your favorite Famous American? Dictate a sentence to your parents about why you like them. Kindergarten: Sentence starter: My favorite Famous American is ____________. Write the sentence starter then finish the sentence by writing who is your favorite famous American. Tell what they are famous for (playing baseball, football, fighting for civil rights, the president). Be sure and illustrate your sentences with a pretty picture of him/her! 1st & 2nd Grade: 1. When was your Famous American born? 2. What were they interested in as a child? 3. What did your Famous American do that made them famous? 4. List 3 more interesting facts about your Famous American. 3rd &4th Grade: Imagine that you are meeting that famous person for the first time. Write a story about the two of you meeting and going on an adventure together. 5th & 6th Grade: Pick a famous American that you admire. Research some information about the person you have chosen and write 1-2 paragraphs about him/her. #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
4-County has partnered with TVA EnergyRight to host a second, free Eye Spy Energy Virtual Kids’ Workshop on Thursday, May 14 at 11:00 am ET/10:00 am CT. The one-hour virtual workshop will be facilitated by a professional educator and is a great opportunity for children ages 5-12 to learn about where energy comes from in the Tennessee Valley, how we use energy in our everyday lives, and ways to save energy around their homes using the adorable and popular Energy Monsters. It's free and easy. Just register to attend by filling out a simple form at https://energyright.com/residential/energy-monsters/. Then you'll get registration information for the virtual workshop via email as well a reminder email before the workshop begins.So sign up and get ready to have some fun and learn about energy! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Chris Threadgill
Scholarship opportunities. GFWC Ackerman 20th Century Club Carol McAdams Memorial Scholarship and the “Living the Volunteer Spirit” Scholarship. Deadline is Friday, May 15th.
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
Reading Pre-K: Find a book on youtube about famous people - look up the series Little People, Big Dreams and choose a book with an adult or learn about a famous person from an adult. Kindergarten: https://youtu.be/W1eOq2P906U . This is the link to the read aloud Climbing Lincoln’s Steps on YouTube. Listen to the story with an adult or friend and talk about the different famous Americans discussed throughout the story. Choose your favorite famous American and discuss with an adult why he/she is your favorite. 1st & 2nd grade: Go to Epic and find a book and read about a Famous American you would like to know more about. Remember some facts you will use for your writing assignment tomorrow. 3rd and 4th grade: Go to Epic and find a book and read about a Famous America you like to know more about. Remember some facts you will use for your writing assignment tomorrow. 5th & 6th Grade: Pick a famous American that you admire. Log into Epic! and search for books about the person you have chosen and have fun reading! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to everyone!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Charger Nation
Happy Mother's Day to all mothers, especially the mothers of our class of 2020. Take a walk on the walking track to admire and celebrate our graduates. # ChargerFamily
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Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Staff finished out Teacher Appreciation Week with a day full of scavenger hunts! Lots of fun and lots of winners during the day! We love our staff and are thankful for all they do! #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Charger Nation
Scholarship Opportunity! The Ride for Carmen Scholarship applications are due by May 15. Applications need to be emailed to: rideforcarmen@gmail.com .
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Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Julie Chase
Science Experiment/STEM Activity https://youtu.be/ojxKbz03zJ0
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Throughout the week, Ackerman Elementary School Staff have been having fun doing scavenger hunts and answering riddles to win prizes! We greatly appreciate our staff and all they do! #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Choctaw County High School wants to congratulate Preston Payne for signing a football scholarship with Mississippi College. We are very proud of his accomplishments here at Choctaw County. #ChargerFamily
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
WES "Ghost town at Sundown" Chapter 4 read aloud by Sarah Vaughan with permission from Scholastic. https://youtu.be/wTEr6aife5I
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Thursday, May 7th: MATH Pre-K: Go on a moon walk and find some moon rocks. Practice adding and subtracting using your moon rocks. Kindergarten: Go find some rocks and let’s pretend we found them on the moon! Use them as counters to practice adding and subtracting. You can use playing cards or have someone write some problems down for you. Have fun using your “moon” rocks! 1st & 2nd: Create a spaceship on paper out of different shapes. You have to label the shapes with the correct name (point to the angles and sides) - use as many shapes as you can. List the shapes and count how many shapes you used of each like 3 circles, 4 squares, 2 triangles - except use tally marks and make a chart. To ‘shape’ things up a bit - find items to build your spaceship around the house and label the spaceship pieces - count the 3-D shapes you used (cylinder, sphere, cube, rectangular prism, and so on). Use as many as you can. Take a picture and share with your classmates in Class Dojo. Can’t wait to see the pictures! Have FUN!!!! Maybe I will post a picture of my spaceship too! 3rd: Time to show your racing and multiplication skills. This week you will go to www.mathplayground.com and race space ships. Your job will be to show off your multiplication skills in a game called, Space Race Multiplication. You will race other players. Try hard to be the fastest at basic multiplication and win the race. While on the website, choose other math games to play to practice your math skills. 4th: Time to show your racing and multiplication skills. This week you will go to www.mathplayground.com and race space ships. Your job will be to show off you multiplication skills in a game called, Space Race Multiplication. You will race other players. Try hard to be the fastest at basic multiplication and win the race. While on the website, choose other math games to play to practice your math skills. 5th: Let’s venture into outer space to race with our Martian friends and problem solve with other space buddies. Using your phone, tablets, etc, go to www.mathplayground.com. Click on “sign in”, click classroom. Under “Classroom Sign In” , for the access name use math5and6 (no spaces) and for the sign in code use 2020. There are games assigned for this week’s Space theme. Have fun! “To Infinity and Beyond!” 6th: Let’s venture into outer space to race with our Martian friends and problem solve with other space buddies. Using your phone, tablets, etc, go to www.mathplayground.com. Click on “sign in”, click classroom. Under “Classroom Sign In” , for the access name use math5and6 (no spaces) and for the sign in code use 2020. There are games assigned for this week’s Space theme. Have fun! “To Infinity and Beyond!” #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Choctaw County High School wants to congratulate Landon Wells for signing a baseball scholarship with Holmes Community College. We are very proud of his accomplishments here at Choctaw County. #ChargerFamily
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Teachers at Choctaw County High School wanted to share words of wisdom to the Class of 2020. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, today is Thankful Thursday! Tell us why you’re thankful for our staff/teachers! #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Reminder to High School and Jr. High Athletes: All athletic uniforms need to be brought to the front of the Ty Cobb tomorrow from 9-11. You need to see your head coach to have your name marked off the fees list.
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Julie Chase
The Hobson children wanted to send a Thank-you message to the teacher's at Weir for Teacher Appreciation Week.
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Thank you Ackerman Elementary School teachers for all you do. You are greatly appreciated!! #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/fKeZmhByspM WES teachers this is take two for Teacher's Appreciation Week.
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
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Laura Prisock
We are blessed with the BEST teachers at CCCTC! They go above and beyond every single day and for that we couldn’t be more thankful! Not only are they awesome teachers, they are pretty amazing people!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School! As Mother's Day approaches, we want to make sure that we provide some resources for our families since our kiddos aren't at school to make those special cards for their moms, grandmothers, or special family member. If you need help or additional resources, don't forget to call the school or e-mail us at helpaes@choctawsd.ms #teamAES https://nontoygifts.com/mothers-day-handprint-card-mom/ https://www.thebestideasforkids.com/mothers-day-crafts-for-kids/ https://nontoygifts.com/footprint-flower-card-mothers-day/ https://www.education.com/worksheets/mothers-day/
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Thank you to all our Teachers! We appreciate your hard work and dedication. Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
It’s “Talk About Our Teachers Tuesday.” We want to see your messages, photos, or videos thanking our teachers! #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/AyZBKlN7tcU WES is celebrating our teachers giving heart during Teacher Appreciation Week. WES has purchased 750 books in honor of the AMAZING teachers at Weir - these books will be gifted to WES students with a sticker inside the book that honors our teachers. #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Tuesday, May 5th: Writing Pre-K: Pretend you have traveled in space. What color are the planets? Write the colors on a piece of paper. Use your flashcards if you need to. Kindergarten: Pretend you have found a new planet in space! Here is your sentence starter: My planet’s name is _________. Write another sentence about your planet. Is it big or little? Hot or cold? Could we travel there? Draw a picture of your new planet too. 1st & 2nd Grade: Write 5 facts you learned yesterday about planets. Write 2 opinions. Make sure to use capital letters and ending marks. 3rd &4th Grade: Mrs. Vaughan is trying to choose which planet is her favorite. Write her a letter telling her all about the planet that you chose to research yesterday and give her reasons why it should be her favorite planet as well. 5th & 6th Grade: Pretend that you are in outer space. Write a short story about an adventure you would have while you were in outer space. Have fun and be creative!
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Monday, May 4th: Reading Pre-K: listen to the story “Me and My Place in Space.” Tell your parents some things you learned about space. Kindergarten: Read, “Earth and the Solar System” on Epic! After the story, talk about something new that you learned. There are a lot more books on Epic about space you can read. Maybe you can find one on your favorite planet and learn more about that planet. Also, name all the planets and make the sound you hear at the beginning of each word. 1st & 2nd grade: Choose two planets from our Solar System. Read about them on Epic. Then draw a Venn Diagram and tell how the two planets are alike and how they are different. Also you can draw the different Planets and label them. 3rd and 4th grade: Choose a planet that you want to learn more about. Log onto EPIC and type in the name of that planet. Read a book about that planet and write down three important facts that you learned. 5th & 6th Grade: Read, “12 Epic Space Journeys” on Epic! There are many other books about space on Epic!, so pick some on your level and have fun reading! #WeorExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank our PTO for the treats for the teachers this week! Thank you for always supporting our school! #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School appreciates our teachers and all they do!! This sign is in front of the school. #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to start off Teacher Appreciation Week with a video to recognize our staff! They give 110% to their students, colleagues, and the school! We appreciate their hard work each and every day! #teamAES #AESstrong https://youtu.be/hCiJ1dL8UZ8
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Thank-you Mrs. Kelly for sharing & sending this template idea! So, WES parents - Teacher Appreciation Week starts Monday! Even though we aren’t in school, we want to show our staff some support and appreciation! Check out our Virtual Teacher Appreciation Week - WES Staff and teachers miss and love you very much! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Amber Vowell
CCHS invites our community to get involved in the celebration!
5 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Attention AES parents - Teacher Appreciation Week starts Monday! Even though we aren’t in school, we want to show our staff some support and appreciation! Check out our Virtual Teacher Appreciation Week. We have things that students and families can do each day, and we can’t wait to see those posts! We miss and love our students! #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank our PTO for the amazing signs that were purchased for Teacher Appreciation Week. Staff should keep an eye out for these signs to make an appearance in their yards to celebrate all of their hard work! Ackerman Elementary School PTO is amazing!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
WES appreciates ALL our Principal, Mrs. Denson, does to make our school run smoothly! We appreciate ALL of her hard work and dedication, and most importantly her love and support for the teachers and students at WES! HAPPY PRINCIPAL'S DAY, Mrs. Denson from the entire staff of WES!!!!
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Jessica Utley
The staff at AES truly knows the worth of an AMAZING principal. Happy Principal Appreciation Day Mrs. Kelly!
5 months ago, Jessica Utley
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight!! Class of 2020
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Amber Vowell
Attention Seniors! Look for an email from Ms. McLendon concerning the Senior Profile info for the Choctaw Plaindealer!
5 months ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
Congrats to our Seniors! We are proud of your accomplishments! Starting tomorrow, we will highlight our seniors with a Senior Spotlight page. On May 1st, we will start the countdown to graduation!
5 months ago, Amber Vowell
Julie Chase
Mrs. Rachel is guiding us on how to draw with charcoal. Check this out it is really cool! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMvdACBEpdE #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Thursday, April 30: MATH Pre-K: Gather 20 blocks. Parents write the numbers 1-20 on them. Build a tower putting the blocks order from 1-20. Kindergarten: Greater Than/Less Than practice - here’s what you need: playing cards and a small piece of paper with a greater than/less than sign drawn on it (alligator mouth). Have a grown up draw two cards and lay them down and you use your alligator mouth (greater than/less than sign) down between the two cards. Remember that the alligator eats the biggest number. 1st: I will video these instructions in class dojo. Ok looks like the math theme this week will revolve around occupations and greater than and less than or greatest to least. Each player will need to have 2 dice, index cards (or pieces of paper cut up into card size), and strips of paper with different occupations (have your parent(s) write some jobs on a paper). To play the game you will have to wear the occupation strip around your forehead without knowing what it is. The pieces of paper or index card will have greatest, least, or greater than signs or less than signs. Pick who will be the first to go first by rolling one die - lowest number goes first. The person who goes first chooses the index cards that are face down and chooses a challenger (another player). Whoever wins gets to ask someone to give them a clue of what occupation they are - you can’t tell another player what they are. The game continues until someone figures out who they are then they win, but you can put on another occupation strip to see if you can get another one before the game is over. Or play until everyone guesses who they are. If you have no dice then you can use cards. Deal two cards to every player. Joker is the wild card - whatever number 0-9 that you want it to be. Ace adds 50 to the other number, King adds 30 to the other number, Queen adds 20 to the other number, Jack adds 10 to the other number. If you are ready to move to a 3-digit number (and we have been over this - use 3 dice instead of 2 dice; or three cards instead of two. 2nd: I will video these instructions in class dojo. Ok second grade, I would like for you to play the game above with 3 dice, or 3 cards or if you are brave enough and feel like you can tackle a 4-digit number go for it! 3rd: Use the Supervalue sale paper that comes in the mail. Pretend you are a clerk who is responsible for filling orders for pick up. Choose 4 items you would like to purchase yourself. Use addition to determine how much these items will be. The person picking up their order will pay with $50.00. Determine how much change you will need to give them once that have paid for their 4 items at pickup. Happy shopping!! 4th: You will also pretend you are a clerk who is responsible for filling orders for pick up at SuperValue. Use the sales paper that comes in the mail for Supervalue each week. Your customer will purchase 4 different items. However, they will purchase 3 of each of the items you choose. Once you determine the cost of their items, there will be 12 items in all, use multiplication to find your prices. Your customer will use $150.00 to pay for their items. Determine how much change you will need to give them. Happy shopping!! 5th: Find the salary for the Math Department Chair (the person in charge, responsible for managing the math department) of 5 different universities. Find the average (mean) by adding all the numbers and dividing the sum by 5-the number of salaries added. Order the salaries from greatest to least. Round each salary to the nearest ten thousand. Which university has the lowest salary and which has the greatest salary? 6th: Find the salary of the Math Department chair for 7 different major universities and round each to the nearest hundred thousand. Find the mean, median, interquartile range (IQR) and mean absolute deviation (MAD). Is there a mode? If so, what is it? #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ifox9P4UEnQ Mrs. Wise is reading "The Energy Bus" with permission from Jon Wiley and sons Inc. This is a book about staying positive and overcoming problems. This book will be read in two parts. The next part will post next Friday. HAVE FUN! STAY SAFE! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTPBBYe4kQ4 WES Read aloud Chapter 3...Mrs. Vaughan is reading "Ghost-town at Sundown" with permission from Scholastic. #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTPBBYe4kQ4 Mrs. Vaughan is reading Chapter 3 of "Ghost-town at Sundown" with permission from Scholastic. Chapter 1 and 2 have already been posted if you have not listened to them. Last Monday, Chapter 1. Hope you enjoy! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1G65z7_yFMg&feature=youtu.be Wednesday, April 29: Science Experiment: Making Predictions like Scientists. Scientists work to find cures, medicines that help people, create the best and most effective oils to use in cars through experiments, create/experiment making and testing different oils for cooking. What other things do Scientist do? First we will look at the Scientific process and then we will do some experiments that you can do at home to test your hypothesis and prediction. Supplies: paper to write on, three different individual bottle drinks (three different flavors), baking soda, and balloons for each bottled drink. HAVE FUN!!!! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Amber Vowell
Choctaw County High School Graduation Announcement
5 months ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
Charger Baseball News!! We welcome Coach Justin Flake, his wife Stephanie and son Parker to the Charger Family!
5 months ago, Amber Vowell
Charger Athletic Department
All athletes who have uniforms to turn in need to bring them to the front of the Ty Cobb building on Thursday, May 7th from 9-11. You must be seen by your coach in order to be marked off their uniform list. This includes junior high as well as high school athletes.
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Letter jackets will be handed out on Monday, May 4th from 9-11. Anyone picking up their jacket needs to report to Coach Wood’s office in the Ty Cobb building.
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
CCSD
If you have a student going to school at CCSD please take a minute to fill out our Family Digital Readiness Survey to help us better prepare for our students technology needs in the future. Thank you! https://forms.gle/GoqwCMuzUkuVem7E6
5 months ago, CCSD
Julie Chase
Tuesday, April 28: Writing Pre-K: What do you want to be when you grow up? Draw a picture and color it. Kindergarten: Sentence starter: When I grow up I want to be...Write the sentence starter then finish the sentence by writing what you want to be when you grow up. Be sure and illustrate your sentence with a pretty picture! 1st & 2nd Grade: Write about what you want to be when you grow-up, and send it into class dojo or to your teachers email. We would love to post them in the class story of Class DoJo. 3rd &4th Grade: PROMPT: What do you want to be when you grow up? Write about what you want to be when you group up. Make sure you explain to me why you chose that job. ALSO, include some facts about that job that you learned in the story you read yesterday. 5th & 6th Grade: Interview someone in your family about their job! Using these 5 questions, interview a family member about what he/she does at his/her job. Why did you decide to have a career in this profession? How long have you been working as a ______? What do you like best about your job? What is your least favorite part about your job? If you could change anything about your job what would it be and why?
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Staff and Teachers wanted to send all WES Students a note. The picture quilt was a team effort. Thank you, Mrs.Talley for putting the picture quilt together. We are all learning new things and this was one of them! WES Although our school is empty our hearts remain full because you're our amazing wonderful students! We are here for you! Keep up the great work! We love and believe in each of our terrific awesome WES students! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to provide some resources to parents to help with explaining Covid-19 to our students. If at any time you need additional resources, please feel free to call the school or email us at helpaes@choctawsd.ms. Talking to your child about Covid-19 - A short YouTube video - https://youtu.be/WhVad8ToCiU Social stories- These stories help teach harder information about different situations to students. Preview the books/videos to see which one best fits your family’s needs - https://sites.google.com/schoolsofwestfield.org/cub-learning-adventure/social-stories Stay safe and stay strong! #teamAES
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Amplify is offering free science lessons and videos! The website has activities and lessons broken down by grade. Check out their website for some fun learning! #teamAES https://freeresources.amplify.com/amplify-science/
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Reading Pre-K: Name different jobs people can have. Identify the beginning sounds of each job. Kindergarten: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soKRa6D90WQ - This is the link to the read aloud Career Day on YouTube. Listen to the story with an adult or friend and talk about the different jobs people can have. Talk about what you want to be when you grow up. 1st & 2nd grade: If you have Internet, search an occupation (job) that you would like to have when you grow up. Read about this job (on EPIC or watch a read aloud book on youtube) and list 5 important things this person does on their job. If you don’t have Internet access, ask a grown up about a job and list 5 important things that person does. 3rd and 4th grade: Log onto EPIC and search for a non-fiction book that is about what you would like to do when you grow up. For example: If I wanted to be a nurse when I grow up, then I would type “nurse” into the search bar on EPIC and select the “non-fiction” button. Then, select which book that you want to read! 5th & 6th Grade: Log into Epic! and search for books on what you would like to be when you grow up! There are tons of books to choose from! #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STGsMiTQUv0 WES Chapter 2 of "Ghost-town at Sundown" read by Sarah Vaughan with permission from Scholastic. Chapter 3 will be posted on Wednesday. Chapter 1 was posted last week on Monday. #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES would like to spotlight our Kindergartners. We miss your sweet smiles and warm hugs. We are so proud of all your hard work this year. Keep working hard and know that we can't wait to see you. #WeirExcellenceShines
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES would like to spotlight our Kindergartners. We miss your sweet smiles and warm hugs. We are so proud of all your hard work this year. Keep working hard and know that we can't wait to see you. #WeirExcellen