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 days 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 days 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.
7 days 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.
11 days ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Nation
Attention!
13 days 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.
18 days 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.
18 days 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.
20 days 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.
21 days 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.
21 days 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.
24 days 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
26 days 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
27 days 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.
about 1 month 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!!
about 1 month ago, CCSD
Charger Nation
Incoming 8th grade parents- Please fill out this short survey for your child. https://forms.gle/XWtez1Centv5XTwL7
about 1 month 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!!
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR VARSITY BASEBALL PLAYERS
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month ago, Charger Media
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Who's Who 2020!
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ATHLETES ABOUT SUMMER WORKOUTS
about 1 month ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FEMALE ATHLETES
about 1 month ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
about 1 month ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MALE ATHLETES
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.​
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Amber Vowell
Announcement for CCHS students
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Band Members! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Information About Graduation Tonight!
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
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
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Parents just a reminder about graduation tomorrow.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
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
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
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!
about 1 month ago, Charger Media
Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/GDwTYiKXMdA Science experiment about Buoyancy and Density. What makes an object sink or float? #WeirExcellenceShines
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Band Members! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
This meeting is at 2 P.M.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
6th Graders at Ackerman Elementary School!! Just a reminder!!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Athletes! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
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
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
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
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Important Information for incoming 7th Graders.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Virtual Awards Ceremony! Is on its way in the next few minutes. Thank you for being patient.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
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.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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?
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Awards Ceremony Announcement!
2 months ago, Charger Nation
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
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Important Senior Announcement!
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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
2 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
2 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.
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to everyone!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
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
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
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
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Scholarship Opportunity! The Ride for Carmen Scholarship applications are due by May 15. Applications need to be emailed to: rideforcarmen@gmail.com .
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
Science Experiment/STEM Activity https://youtu.be/ojxKbz03zJ0
2 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
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
2 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.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, today is Thankful Thursday! Tell us why you’re thankful for our staff/teachers! #teamAES
2 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.
2 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.
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Thank you Ackerman Elementary School teachers for all you do. You are greatly appreciated!! #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/fKeZmhByspM WES teachers this is take two for Teacher's Appreciation Week.
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
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!
2 months ago, Laura Prisock
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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/
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Thank you to all our Teachers! We appreciate your hard work and dedication. Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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
2 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
2 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!
2 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
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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
2 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
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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
2 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
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Amber Vowell
CCHS invites our community to get involved in the celebration!
2 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
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
2 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!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020
2 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!!!!
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Jessica Utley
The staff at AES truly knows the worth of an AMAZING principal. Happy Principal Appreciation Day Mrs. Kelly!
2 months ago, Jessica Utley
Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight!! Class of 2020
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Amber Vowell
Attention Seniors! Look for an email from Ms. McLendon concerning the Senior Profile info for the Choctaw Plaindealer!
2 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!
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Amber Vowell
Choctaw County High School Graduation Announcement
2 months ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
Charger Baseball News!! We welcome Coach Justin Flake, his wife Stephanie and son Parker to the Charger Family!
3 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.
3 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.
3 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
3 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?
3 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
3 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
3 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/
3 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
3 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
3 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
3 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
3 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
3 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
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Media
CCSD will restart the feeding program on Wednesday April 29th from 10:30am to 12:30pm at WES, FCE and CCHS! Drive through grab and go style as we did before! This institution is an equal opportunity provider!
3 months ago, Charger Media
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Staff had some fun with rebus puzzles and a scavenger hunt this week! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
With permission from scholastic Mrs. Wise reads "Fancy Nancy, Fancy Day in Room 1a" by Jane O'Connor. Thank-you Mrs. Wise for reading! #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
With permission from Scholastic, Mrs. Emily Tuck is doing a read aloud of the book "The Day the Crayons Quit." The crayons aren't happy about how they're being used and write letters to Duncan. Duncan decides to make a special picture using them all so they feel appreciated and loved. https://youtu.be/8sLB4DQ3Qik What pictures have you been coloring while we're out of school? We'd love to see them! We miss you all! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Parents, Ackerman Elementary School is including a link to some amazing resources for students in 1st grade. The resources can be used for other grades, but is specifically geared to 1st grade. Please look through the entire link as there are some really fun virtual things and parent resources toward the end. Please let us know if you have questions. #teamAES https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tDwQJ_1qfqE4IooA-mNwGu4E13V_MvOjAwY3Rw1iTtk/edit?usp=sharing
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Just a reminder students can still earn AM and AR points toward their goal until May 1st. https://hosted191.renlearn.com/93485 This is not for a grade, but will help keep your skills sharp and increase your points in both reading and math.
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Thursday, April 23: MATH Pre-K: Draw dots on flashcards or on a small piece of paper. Write a number on another flashcard or small piece of paper. Do this for numbers 0-20. Have students match dots to numbers. Kindergarten: Let’s work on patterns! Draw flowers and make patterns. For example: red flower, blue flower, green flower, red flower, blue flower, green flower. That’s an ABC pattern. See how many patterns you can make. 1st: Do you have flowers outside, maybe ones in a flower pot or small plants (not bushes). Let’s see how tall they are - using a pencil. See if you can find a plant that is just a pencil tall. Then tape two pencils together and see if you can find one 2 pencils tall. Maybe you have crayons - you can do the same thing... Let me know what you find Math Detectives - send me an email with your plant measurement photos, so we can post a picture on class dojo. 2nd: Using items from outside, like rocks or sticks and make something that is symmetrical on both sides like a butterfly, a person, or a flower (or whatever is in your imagination), and second, make something that is not symmetrical and tell your parents the difference between the two. Please send your photos of your artwork to my email, so we can share them on Class Dojo with your class. 3rd: Create your own bar graph using plants you find in your yard! Use a scale counting by 1’s. You should label your plants using yellow flowers, roses, white flowers, honey suckles, etc. You create your bar graph however you would like. Once you have completed your bar graph, write at least 3 questions that can be asked about the bar graph. You should be able to use your bar graph to answer the questions. I would love to see pictures of your completed bar graph and questions. You could send them to me through class dojo. 4th: Create your own line plot! Remember, “X MARKS THE SPOT ON THE LINE PLOT!!”. Go outside and pick 15 - 20 flowers in your yard. If you can’t find that many flowers, you can use sticks. Get creative. Use a ruler or a tape measure to measure each flower you pick to the nearest quarter inch! Place your data on a piece of paper and then use it to create your line plot! Once you’ve completed your line plot, write at least three questions about your line plot. Make sure you are able to use the line plot to answer the questions you write. I would love to see pictures of your completed line plot! You can send them to me on class dojo! 5th: Measurement Garden-You’ll need the following supplies-garden seed packets (4-5, if possible make one type Sunflowers), yarn, ruler, tape measure, scissors, small plastic bags, construction paper, glue stick/pen, and tape. Let’s get started- write the name of each plant and it’s height they will reach (look on the back of the packets) on a plastic bag and put a couple of the seeds inside of the bag. Measure a piece of string the size stated on each seed bag. Tape the string to the matching labeled plastic bag. Continue until all the plants have a bag. Tape your strings to the wall and make some paper crafts of each plant to put next to it. Do you notice anything about the size of the seed compared to its ending height? Take your final heights and do some measurement conversions. Change feet to inches and vice versa. Do the same type conversions using metric units. Did any of the plants have a higher/shorter height than you? If so by how much or less? Hope you enjoy it! Send pictures please. 6th: Measurement Garden-You’ll need the following supplies-garden seed packets (4-5, if possible make one type Sunflowers), yarn, ruler, tape measure, scissors, small plastic bags, construction paper, glue stick/pen, and tape. Let’s get started- write the name of each plant and it’s height they will reach (look on the back of the packets) on a plastic bag and put a couple of the seeds inside of the bag. Measure a piece of string the size stated on each seed bag. Tape the string to the matching labeled plastic bag. Continue until all the plants have a bag. Tape your strings to the wall and make some paper crafts of each plant to put next to it. Do you notice anything about the size of the seed compared to its ending height? Take your final heights and do some measurement conversions. Change feet to inches and vice versa. Do the same type conversions using metric units. Did any of the plants have a higher/shorter height than you? If so by how much or less? Hope you enjoy it! Send pictures please.
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Thursday, April 23: MATH Pre-K: Draw dots on flashcards or on a small piece of paper. Write a number on another flashcard or small piece of paper. Do this for numbers 0-20. Have students match dots to numbers. Kindergarten: Let’s work on patterns! Draw flowers and make patterns. For example: red flower, blue flower, green flower, red flower, blue flower, green flower. That’s an ABC pattern. See how many patterns you can make. 1st: Do you have flowers outside, maybe ones in a flower pot or small plants (not bushes). Let’s see how tall they are - using a pencil. See if you can find a plant that is just a pencil tall. Then tape two pencils together and see if you can find one 2 pencils tall. Maybe you have crayons - you can do the same thing... Let me know what you find Math Detectives - send me an email with your plant measurement photos, so we can post a picture on class dojo. 2nd: Using items from outside, like rocks or sticks and make something that is symmetrical on both sides like a butterfly, a person, or a flower (or whatever is in your imagination), and second, make something that is not symmetrical and tell your parents the difference between the two. Please send your photos of your artwork to my email, so we can share them on Class Dojo with your class. 3rd: Create your own bar graph using plants you find in your yard! Use a scale counting by 1’s. You should label your plants using yellow flowers, roses, white flowers, honey suckles, etc. You create your bar graph however you would like. Once you have completed your bar graph, write at least 3 questions that can be asked about the bar graph. You should be able to use your bar graph to answer the questions. I would love to see pictures of your completed bar graph and questions. You could send them to me through class dojo. 4th: Create your own line plot! Remember, “X MARKS THE SPOT ON THE LINE PLOT!!”. Go outside and pick 15 - 20 flowers in your yard. If you can’t find that many flowers, you can use sticks. Get creative. Use a ruler or a tape measure to measure each flower you pick to the nearest quarter inch! Place your data on a piece of paper and then use it to create your line plot! Once you’ve completed your line plot, write at least three questions about your line plot. Make sure you are able to use the line plot to answer the questions you write. I would love to see pictures of your completed line plot! You can send them to me on class dojo! 5th: Measurement Garden-You’ll need the following supplies-garden seed packets (4-5, if possible make one type Sunflowers), yarn, ruler, tape measure, scissors, small plastic bags, construction paper, glue stick/pen, and tape. Let’s get started- write the name of each plant and it’s height they will reach (look on the back of the packets) on a plastic bag and put a couple of the seeds inside of the bag. Measure a piece of string the size stated on each seed bag. Tape the string to the matching labeled plastic bag. Continue until all the plants have a bag. Tape your strings to the wall and make some paper crafts of each plant to put next to it. Do you notice anything about the size of the seed compared to its ending height? Take your final heights and do some measurement conversions. Change feet to inches and vice versa. Do the same type conversions using metric units. Did any of the plants have a higher/shorter height than you? If so by how much or less? Hope you enjoy it! Send pictures please. 6th: Measurement Garden-You’ll need the following supplies-garden seed packets (4-5, if possible make one type Sunflowers), yarn, ruler, tape measure, scissors, small plastic bags, construction paper, glue stick/pen, and tape. Let’s get started- write the name of each plant and it’s height they will reach (look on the back of the packets) on a plastic bag and put a couple of the seeds inside of the bag. Measure a piece of string the size stated on each seed bag. Tape the string to the matching labeled plastic bag. Continue until all the plants have a bag. Tape your strings to the wall and make some paper crafts of each plant to put next to it. Do you notice anything about the size of the seed compared to its ending height? Take your final heights and do some measurement conversions. Change feet to inches and vice versa. Do the same type conversions using metric units. Did any of the plants have a higher/shorter height than you? If so by how much or less? Hope you enjoy it! Send pictures please.
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Amber Vowell
Thank you to our excellent office staff! We love you Mrs. Sara Smith, Mrs. Barbara Howard and Mrs. Tricia Keeton!
3 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
National Kindergarten Day is celebrated in April, and Ackerman Elementary School wants to recognize our kindergarten students. These students have made great progress this year, and we miss them and their fun personalities! We can’t wait to have them back with us!! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES wants to thank Mrs. Davidson for all of the wonderful work she does everyday for the staff and students at WES! We love you! Have a Great Day!
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
​​Thank you TVA and 4County for the STEM Grant we appreciate all of the wonderful STEM activities we were able to order. https://youtu.be/fNSrN8y4Qu4 This is a STEM Activity - not an actual experiment - this is designed for lower elementary, but this can be adapted for older students - if they want to help younger brothers and sisters. How do animals disperse seeds? Supplies: Sock(s), Tape (whatever you have), cottonballs, and something to measure with That was one way animals disperse seeds - can you think of another way? What about birds? How do they help plants? Have a great day!
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
​​Thank you TVA and 4County for the STEM Grant we appreciate all of the wonderful STEM activities we were able to order. https://youtu.be/fNSrN8y4Qu4 This is a STEM Activity - not an actual experiment - this is designed for lower elementary, but this can be adapted for older students - if they want to help younger brothers and sisters. How do animals disperse seeds? Supplies: Sock(s), Tape (whatever you have), cottonballs, and something to measure with That was one way animals disperse seeds - can you think of another way? What about birds? How do they help plants? Have a great day!
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to recognize Mrs. Vickki Carlisle, Ms. Shantia McGee, and Mrs. Emily Trice as we celebrate Administrative Assistants’ Day! You ladies help keep the school and front office running smoothly, and we greatly appreciate you!
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
Reminder:
3 months ago, Amber Vowell
Charger Athletic Department
Letter jackets were delivered to CCHS this morning. We will set up a date and time for them to be given to athletes after the shelter in place is lifted. We will post more details after a date is firmly established. Thanks for your patience.
3 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Hollie Stewart, with permission from Scholastic, is doing a read aloud today. The book “Giraffes Can’t Dance” is a book that inspires. #teamAES https://youtu.be/qwpVxSkIUTc
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Tuesday, April 21: Writing Pre-K: Write colors flowers can be. Use flash cards if you need to. Kindergarten: Go on a nature walk with a grown-up and find a flower. Draw a picture of your flower and write two sentences about your flower. 1st & 2nd Grade: Write a story about the life cycle of a flower: How the flower starts from a seed and grows to be a beautiful flower. 3rd &4th Grade: Write a letter to a friend telling them all about your nature walk yesterday and explain to them what you discovered. Challenge them to go on a nature walk of their own! 5th & 6th Grade: Write a short story about your plant you designed and how you came up with the idea of designing that plant! #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
CCSD
CCSD now has worksheet bundles available on our website bulletin board http://www.choctawsd.ms Thank you and be safe.
3 months ago, CCSD
Superintendent Glen Beard
Kindergarten registration announcement! Help spread the word!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
Pre K registration announcement instructions! Please help spread the word!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Julie Chase
https://5il.co/fanm Click on the link SCIENCE Earth day Fun for the whole week!
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
https://5il.co/fanm Click on the link SCIENCE Earth day Fun for the whole week! #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/XxfCNUURfMY With permission from Scholastic Mrs. Vaughan is reading "Ghost-town at Sunset" written by Mary Pope Osborne. Enjoy this read aloud series with Mrs. Vaughan - thank for reading Mrs. Vaughan, you are doing a great job! #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
6th grade teachers at Ackerman Elementary School have created a video of memories from this school year for our 6th grade students! We love you all and miss you. #teamAES https://youtu.be/vbyJqYEQYak
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES Friday, April 17, 2020. Mrs. Wise is reading "Amelia Bedelia makes a Friend" with permission from Scholastic! Link: https://youtu.be/JT7CQpUajSs Stay safe - WE BELIEVE IN YOU!! ALL ACTIVITIES ARE OPTIONAL #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES just a friendly reminder to let you know where to go to get help and information. If you have any questions the help desk is available. WES staff and teachers send their love and support to our students and their families! STAY SAFE!
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School is still celebrating Assistant Principal Terry Bellew! “Holy cow” he is awesome! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES Friday, April 17, 2020. Mrs. Wise is reading "Amelia Bedelia makes a Friend" with permission from Scholastic! Link: https://youtu.be/JT7CQpUajSs Stay safe - WE BELIEVE IN YOU!! ALL ACTIVITIES ARE OPTIONAL #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
This week Ackerman Elementary School Staff have been winning prizes. A joke, a riddle, and a scavenger hunt are keeping the staff on their toes, and they are doing a great job! Congrats to the winners for this week!! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School wants to follow up on the character trait of kindness that we read about yesterday and also focus on celebrating differences. Today, Mrs. Kelly is reading the book “Nick Joins In” with permission from Scholastic. https://youtu.be/OTZjQPRmlU4 In addition, we are sharing two links to articles about helping teach kindness and that everyone matters. Also check out the attachments for some fun activities. PBS - https://www.pbs.org/education/blog/9-tips-for-teaching-kindness-in-the-classroom Every Moment Counts - https://everymomentcounts.org/view.php?nav_id=176 We love you all! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES Thursday, April 16, 2020. MATH ROCKS! WES Staff & Teachers are sending hugs your way! Stay safe - WE BELIEVE IN YOU!! ALL ACTIVITIES ARE OPTIONAL #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
2nd Grade Optional Work for Ackerman Elementary School students: Reading - Mrs. Conner - Make reading fun with BINGO! (see attachment) - Use https://www.storylineonline.net/ to hear fantastic books read to you by real celebrities. - Visit www.readworks.org for great fiction and nonfiction reading comprehension practice. - Visit www.wordville.com for reading practice - Use www.quizlet.com to continue to learn Wordly Wise words. Search: Book 2 Wordly Wise and lessons 1 - 15 are available. Math - Mrs. Halford - www.educationgalaxy.com - Mrs. Halford is sending out information to all students with their login information. - www.splashlearn.com - Continue working on addition, subtraction, and get a head start on multiplication facts using items around the house. Language - Mrs. Taylor - https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/journal-prompts.html - Use this for journal writing prompts. - Typing - https://aestaylor2.typingclub.com/ (username: first initial and last name) (password: abc) - We miss you - 2nd grade teachers
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Important Information for Seniors!!
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Today, Ackerman Elementary School wants to focus on "kindness." https://youtu.be/pjQnZvRg5io With permission from Scholastic, Mrs. Kelly is reading the book "Be Kind." This book shows different ways that you can be kind to one another. It also emphasizes that the small things matter. Even though we're all going through difficult times, please always remember to be kind! We love you all! - Your AES family
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES Wednesday, April 15, 2020. SCIENCE EXPERIMENT (Link to watch the video included). Race aluminum cans using static electricity with FAMILY! WES Staff & Teachers are sending hugs your way! Stay safe - WE BELIEVE IN YOU!! ALL ACTIVITIES ARE OPTIONAL #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Superintendent Glen Beard
CCSD will remain closed the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. This includes all campus buildings, practice facilities and athletic fields. We will be working on year end procedures soon. Please practice social distancing so we can "Keep Charging Forward" this fall!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Miranda Worrell
Seniors and Senior Parents!! Here is a Zoom meeting with info about college admissions. Hopefully this can answer some questions.
3 months ago, Miranda Worrell
Charger Nation
To order you 2020 Charger Yearbook go to this website: www.yearbookordercenter.com Job #1242 If you prefer to mail in your order: Send student's name and school name for the 20/21 school year along with $45 to: Charger Year Book 393 East Main St. Ackerman MS 39735 Deadline is May 15 Remember this is FALL delivery
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
WES Tuesday, April 14, 2020. WRITING Activities about FAMILY & FRIENDS! WES Staff & Teachers Love You & Miss You! ALL ACTIVITIES ARE OPTIONAL #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Monday, April 13, 2020. Reading and Art Activities! This week our activities will center around the theme of FAMILY & FRIENDS! WES teachers send their love and support and hope everyone's doing well! ALL ACTIVITIES ARE OPTIONAL #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Monday, April 13, 2020. Reading and Art Activities! This week our activities will center around the theme of FAMILY & FRIENDS! WES teachers send their love and support and hope everyone's doing well! #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Staff have hidden some eggs for students to hunt! Check out the pictures, and see if you can find all the eggs! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
CCHS students— If you were participating in a spring sport, please EMAIL a photo of yourself in uniform to mychargeryearbook@gmail.com 1. NO SELFIE (get someone to stand 6 feet away or set a timer) 2. Those with no uniform - WEAR CHARGER shirt of some kind 3. Waist up pics are best. 4. Include your name and sport in the email 5. DUE BY APRIL 22nd! 6. JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL! ⚾️🥎⛳️🏋️🏃🏻‍♂️
3 months ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
SENIORS - 1. Email your casual pictures (NO SELFIES, NO hand gestures, NO revealing clothing) 2. Email your baby picture mychargeryearbook@gmail.com Include your name on both in the subject line!
3 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to recognize our Assistant Principal, Terry Bellew! He does so much behind the scenes, loves our kids, is always there for the staff, and is willing to go above and beyond to get things done. A week is not enough to recognize him, and we are so thankful for him! Happy Assistant Principals Week Coach Bellew! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to spotlight our Prek students. These students started school a little afraid and unsure of what big school was like. They have made incredible strides this year and have become incredibly independent. They have the best personalities and definitely keep us laughing too! We can’t wait to have them back on our campus! -We love you all and miss you- Your AES family
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
CCHS students and parents: Please remember that we are here to help answer any questions you have. Also, SENIORS if you have questions about colleges, scholarships or transcripts, please let us know. Please email us at helpcchs@choctawsd.ms! We miss you all!
3 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School staff competed in another scavenger hunt today! They did a great job and were very quick in finding the items! Great job! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School teachers have made a list of optional online resources and assignments that students can do to help with learning. If you have any questions or need additional resources, please email us at helpaes@choctawsd.ms - We miss you all and love you!
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES Free MATH resource: Parents Sign-up for Splash Math at www.splashmath.com register your child under your email & password. You need to make up a screen name & answer about 5 questions. It will ask if you have an iPad, but it's not a requirement you can play on any device.
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Just a reminder of how Scholastic is working for our students. visit www.scholastic.com They are offering free resources to help our students while they are away from the classroom. Hope this is helpful! Stay Safe! WES Beleives in You! #weirexcellenceshines
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Free MATH resource: Parents Sign-up for Splash Math at www.splashmath.com register your child under your email & password. You need to make up a screen name & answer about 5 questions. It will ask if you have an iPad, but it's not a requirement you can play on any device.
3 months ago, Julie Chase
Amber Vowell
Join me in thanking Associate Principals this week! We appreciate our Assistant Principal Jim Catchot! Thank you for all you do for our school!
3 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to recognize our 6th grade students today. Our 6th graders have worked incredibly hard this year, and they are an amazing group. This year is not ending the way they wanted, but we will still celebrate them and all of their accomplishments. There will still be a 6th grade trip to Chattanooga (at some point), and we will make sure they know how much we love them and how proud we are of them. To our 6th graders, keep your head up and always believe in yourself. -Your AES family loves you! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Simple Solutions is offering free resources to parents for a few weeks. Simply click the link below, scroll down to select your grade level or subject area, and select the resources that work best for you and your family. If you need help or additional resources, please email us at helpaes@choctawsd.ms Link: https://simplesolutions.org/blog/
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
Optional Work for Choctaw County High School Students Pick at least ONE: 1. Read A Book or News Article 2. Go outside and look at nature 3. Interview a family member--Ask them about what it was like when they were in school. Compare and Contrast with your own experiences. 4. Learn a new task--how to wash clothes, how to fix a flat tire, etc. Then write a paragraph about what you learned. Send it to helpcchs@choctawsd.ms. Send a picture showing us how you are keeping safe during this extended time off! Please know that we miss each of you! We hope you are keeping safe!
3 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Kindergarten Teachers created a list of optional things that students can work on using items around the home. This is a great way to keep students learning without using technology. #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
April 4th is National School Librarian Day, and Ackerman Elementary School would like to recognize Ms. Michaela White. Ms. White does an incredible job of connecting with students, providing fun lessons and activities, and she is always willing to help them. #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
On Friday, Ackerman Elementary School staff participated in a scavenger hunt. Staff were sent a list of items to find in their homes and had to send in selfies to claim their prizes! Congratulations to the winners! #teamAES #AESstrong
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
To help slow the spread of COVID-19 the CCSD will have to suspend the feeding program at this time. We hope to provide this service again in the future when it is safe for our students and everyone involved in providing this service. Please shelter in place and stay safe!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Nation
Letter from Mrs. Weeks! #ChargerFamily #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Seniors- Herff Jones is postponing the delivery of senior supplies. The date will be moved to the end of April. The exact day will be announced later.
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School is recognizing Autism Awareness Day! We want to see pictures of you wearing blue in support of a family member or loved one with Autism! 💙 #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Tomorrow, April 2nd is Autism Awareness Day. Ackerman Elementary School is encouraging everyone to wear blue tomorrow to show your support! Go blue for somebody you love and in support of families who have loved ones with autism!! 💙 🧩💙 Watch for a post tomorrow on Facebook to add your pictures! #teamAES
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
Reminder: Food pick up will be Monday and Wednesday this week at CCHS, WES and FCE! You will pick up food Monday for both Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday you will get enough food to cover through Friday.
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
AES staff members have been participating in a game of Bingo this week! Several staff members have already gotten Bingo and will receive prizes when they return to school. #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School day five of spirit week is “Pajama Day.” Let’s see our kiddos in their pajamas! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS, ANYONE?! Let's use our time away from each other to do some good with the COMMUNITY SERVICE BINGO CARD. How many ways can you hit BINGO?! Can you fill the entire card?! Share your cards and pictures of your service in the comments to inspire others, also!
4 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
AES - Admins - Today we lead the school, one day our students will lead the world! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - Office Staff, Counselor, Nurse, Material Specialist/Behavior Interventionist - Tough times don’t last, tough teams do! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - Special Class - Children are naturally creative. It’s our job to give them the freedom, materials, and space to let their creativity blossom! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - Special Education - Children with special needs come into our lives, leaving footprints on our hearts, and we are never the same! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - Speech Teachers - Making a difference one word at a time! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - PACE - What makes a child gifted may not always be spectacular grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning! ❤️#AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - Interventionists - Together may we give our children the roots to grow and the wings to fly! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
Breakfast and lunch for Thursday and Friday will be provided during Thursday’s pick up! We will not be open for pick up on Friday, we will provide both meals for Thursday and Friday at Thursday’s pick! 10:30-12:30 at CCHS, WES and FCE!
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
AES - 6th grade - Your life is your story! The adventure ahead of you is the journey to fulfill your own purpose and potential! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES- 5th Grade - You’re off to great places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so... get on your way! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES- 4th Grade - Imagine with your mind. Believe with your heart. Achieve with all your might! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - 3rd grade - What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - 2nd Grade - Let the journey to new learning begin! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - First Grade - Today is the day to learn something new! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - Kindergarten students have little hands and BIG hearts! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES - Prek is a special place where little things mean a lot! ❤️ #AESstrong
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School day 2 of Spirit Week is “Crazy Hair and School Colors.” Let’s see what you’ve got! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
The Mississippi Department of Education has posted resources for parents and families to use on their website. These are additional resources that can help with keeping students on track. http://www.mdek12.org/LearningAtHome
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Summer Job Opportunity!!!
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Superintendent Glen Beard
Feeding Program Information and Instructions!
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
Day one of Spirit Week is “Superhero Day!” Let’s see those kiddos as superheroes! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School is having another spirit week! We had a great response last week, so let’s see those pictures this week! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
Hooray!!! We received approval from the state to begin our feeding program! Trucks will deliver during the day on Monday food and supplies so we can begin on Tuesday! More details of when and where will be posted On social media Monday afternoon! #ChargerFamily
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Chris Threadgill
CCHS students: I hope everyone is safe and taking care of themselves. In the mean time, please feel free to email me at jenniferroberts@choctawsd.ms. No question or worry is too small! To my Seniors, I am thinking of y’all the most. Y’all are a wonderful group to work with and I am proud to be your counselor. I am here to answer any questions or concerns you have about the next chapter in your story. This is just a small bump we will get through together! Keep charging on!
4 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Several parents have asked about free books. Please check out this site! https://stories.audible.com/start-listen
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES students new online READING resource for FREE stories.audible.com
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Miranda Worrell
Coach Worrell will communicate through Remind for her classes. If you haven’t signed up yet, here’s how! Earth Science: www.remind.com/join/ccearthsci or text @ccearthsci to 81010 College & Career Readiness: www.remind.com/join/leadercchs or text @leadercchs to 81010
4 months ago, Miranda Worrell
Superintendent Glen Beard
We are looking for areas in the county that may have WiFi access and would be willing to open there network to CCSD students! Maybe a church or other location where students can pull up and connect from their vehicle! Email us if you can help!
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Media
CCCTC now has an email address set up answer any questions or concerns while we are closed. Please feel free to email us with any questions and we will try and get them answered as soon as possible. Keep Charging Forward! Helpccctc@choctawsd.ms
4 months ago, Charger Media
Superintendent Glen Beard
WES now has an email address set up answer any questions or concerns while we are closed. Please feel free to email us with any questions and we will try and get them answered as soon as possible. Keep Charging Forward! Helpwes@choctawsd.ms
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
FCE now has an email address set up answer any questions or concerns while we are closed. Please feel free to email us with any questions and we will try and get them answered as soon as possible. Keep Charging Forward! Helpfce@choctawsd.ms
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Media
AES now has an email address set up answer any questions or concerns while we are closed. Please feel free to email us with any questions and we will try and get them answered as soon as possible. Keep Charging Forward! Helpaes@choctawsd.ms
4 months ago, Charger Media
Charger Nation
Choctaw County High School has set up an email address for each school to answer any questions or concerns while we are closed. Please feel free to email us with any questions. Keep Charging Forward!!! helpcchs@choctawsd.ms​ #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School day five of virtual spirit week is “School Spirit Day.” We want to see pictures in your AES or Charger gear!!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
CCSD is in the process of getting answers to many questions regarding Seniors, grades, graduation, and many more! Please be patient as we work through these issues caused by COVID-19! Patience and prayers appreciated as we get through this together!
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
CCSD is in the process of getting our feeding program going! Stay tuned for an announcement of when and where coming soon!
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
Instructional opportunities and fun learning ideas will continue to be posted on social media outlets in the upcoming week. They are not required. We encourage family activities if you’re unable to access a device or internet.
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
Pre K and Kindergarten registration has been postponed until further notice. We will make an announcement when we have a new date.
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
Choctaw County Schools will remain closed through April 17 due to the COVID-19 crisis. Admins will be discussing things moving forward. Safety and well being of our students, faculty, staff, and communities is a big priority. Practice good hygiene and Keep Charging Forward!
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, day four of Virtual Spirit Week is “First Day of Spring - What are you doing outside?” We want to see pictures of our students, staff, and parents enjoying some time outside. ☀️
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
CCHS softball team, red ,white, and blue day means find your favorite jersey and throw it on! #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School has set up a pick-up spot outside the front entrance for students who don’t have internet access for optional work. Packets are listed by grade level, and some supplies are available if you need those as well! #teamAES #keeplearning
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, day three of Virtual Spirit Week is “Show us What You’re Reading.” We want to see pictures of our students, staff, and parents reading! 📚
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
If you weren’t able to pick up your fern and strawberry orders today, pick up will be available tomorrow morning starting at 9:00!
4 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
Are you looking for something fun to do this week? Check out the virtual recess, aquarium tours, zoo tours, and live music class. All of these pages go live on Facebook weekly, so check them out! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
The CCHS Softball Team can’t practice right now, but they are showing their team spirit on our first Virtual Spirit Day! #keepchargingforward
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
CCHS are you wearing green today? Post a pic of you wearing green and read a NEWSELA article about the history of the day!
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School, day two of Virtual Spirit Week is wear green or rainbow for St. Patrick’s Day! Let’s see what our students and staff have on today! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Additional resources for parents and students that you can use during the week! Also a reminder to add in some fun stuff (outside games, board games, art, etc.) if students are doing optional work! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
CCHS e-Spirit Week Competition!!
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Laura Prisock
Health Science & Nursing Students in Mrs. Stirewalt's class: please see the attached image for your assignment! SHARE WITH YOUR CLASSMATES!
4 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
*FERNS & STRAWBERRIES* All fern and strawberry orders will be available for pickup at CCCTC during the following times: - Tuesday (3/17): 1:00pm - 5:30pm - Wednesday (3/18): 9:00am - 5:30pm - Thursday (3/19): 9:00am - NOON Questions? Contact Glennis Wood (662-285-6880).
4 months ago, Laura Prisock
Julie Chase
WES Family Movie Night has been postponed. WES will continue to keep you posted on the Charger App.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Scholarship opportunity for students PreK - 12th grade! Registration is now open for the 7th Annual College Savings Mississippi Art Contest. The contest will run through March 31. Students across Mississippi will be competing for over $3,600 in Mississippi Affordable​ College Savings (MACS) scholarships by submitting an original piece of art based on the theme, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" The contest is open to any Mississippi student from PreK to 12th Grade, whether in a classroom, through an after school program, or by homeschooling. A $529 Mississippi Affordable College Savings (MACS) scholarship will be awarded to the first place contestant in each of the following age categories: Pre-Kindergarten - 2nd Grade 3rd - 5th Grades 6th - 8th Grades 9th - 12 Grades ​ A second place prize of a $250 MACS scholarship and third place prize of a $100 MACS scholarship will also be awarded in each category. Students in PreK through 5th Grade should submit their artwork on an official entry form. Students in 6th - 12th Grades should submit their original 8.5" x 11" artwork using a medium of their choice.​ For more information on the Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade contest, click here. For more infromation on the 5th through 12th grade contest, click here. For more information, click here
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ok AES parents, any pajama day pictures out there of our kiddos? Let’s see what you’ve got! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Amber Vowell
7th grade English supplemental assignments: Ms. Black posted a NewsELA text set assignment to google classroom for 7th grade English classes.
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School parents, want to have some fun while kids are out? Join in on virtual spirit week. Daily posts will be made for you to post pictures on to spread some fun. Look for the post each morning! #teamAES
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES Virtual Spirit Week
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Mrs. Harris has uploaded instructions to her Algbra 1 google classroom for students to get extra practice during the extended break.
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Julie Chase
WES Academic Resources - This is also posted on the NEWS feed (easier to read) on the Charger App. Teachers are available on Class Dojo or school email for any concerns you have about your students academic needs. Continue to stay tuned & informed through the Charger App.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Academic Resources - teachers are available through Class Dojo or their school email for any concerns you may have about your students academic needs.This is also posted on the Live Feed on the Charger App. Continue to stay tuned and stay informed through the Charger App.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Amber Vowell
8th grade English students: Supplemental assignments—NewsELA assignments and 4 iReady assignments. Please log in and complete these assignments.
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
For English II supplemental assignments, students can complete any of the NewsELA assignments that they did not complete in class last nine weeks.
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Charger Nation
Algebra 1 supplemental work. Students need to sign into my class by using this link https://www.khanacademy.org/join/3S6PECT3 or by typing in www.khanacademy.org/join and enter 3S6PECT3 to join. Join | Khan Academy www.khanacademy.org Completion of the entire transversals and angle of a triangle videos on Khan Academy.  Complete the practice problems or challenges along with the videos. https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-eighth-grade-math/cc-8th-geometry/cc-8th-angles-between-lines/v/angles-formed-by-parallel-lines-and-transversals Angles, parallel lines, & transversals (video) | Khan Academy Learn about parallel lines, transversals, and the angles they form. www.khanacademy.org https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-eighth-grade-math/cc-8th-geometry/cc-8th-triangle-angles/v/proof-sum-of-measures-of-angles-in-a-triangle-are-180 Angles in a triangle sum to 180° proof (video) | Khan Academy Learn the formal proof that shows the measures of interior angles of a triangle sum to 180°. www.khanacademy.org These are links but after they login in I can assign them all the lessons that they need.
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Geometry supplemental work. Project will replace lowest quiz grade if it has not already been completed.  They can photograph answers and turn in the picture. Complete Khan academy video pages and practice problems. https://www.khanacademy.org/math/high-school-math/geometry/hs-geo-trig/hs-geo-trig-ratios-intro/v/basic-trigonometry?modal=1 Right triangles & trigonometry | High school geometry | Khan Academy www.khanacademy.org https://www.khanacademy.org/math/high-school-math/geometry/hs-geo-trig/hs-geo-solve-for-a-side/v/example-trig-to-solve-the-sides-and-angles-of-a-right-triangle Solving for a side in right triangles with trigonometry (video) | Khan Academy www.khanacademy.org Students may complete assignment after the Khan Academy video completion. http://cdn.kutasoftware.com/Worksheets/Geo/9-Solving%20Right%20Triangles.pdf 9-Solving Right Triangles - Kuta Software LLC cdn.kutasoftware.com
4 months ago, Charger Nation
Amber Vowell
7th grade Math students: Supplemental assignments will be posted on IXL, khan academy, and moby max!!
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
US History Students: Supplemental resources are posted in Google Classroom. Also, you can work on your presidential assignment for the 4th 9 weeks. Email Mrs. Melissa Stevens if you have questions.
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
Supplemental assignments for 8th grade Science students: Students will have assignments on Stemscopes they can complete throughout the week. The link is https://login.acceleratelearning.com/ or they can access it through Clever. Please log in like usual. If you have questions, you can email Ms. Stevens at aubreystevens@choctawsd.ms.
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Chris Threadgill
For dual-enrollment classes, Holmes CC is only closed March 16 and 17. Students enrolled in online classes should check their emails daily for assignments and more information so as to not get behind!! https://www.holmescc.edu/administration/marketing/covid-19.aspx
4 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Amber Vowell
Supplemental assignments for Students in Biology I during the extended break: Please complete the assignments in Stemscopes. Use your usual log in information. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Hulett at alisonhulett@choctawsd.ms.
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Amber Vowell
Supplemental assignments for 8th Math students during the extended break: Students can access IXL, Khan Academy and TE21 for their work. Please log in and complete the assignments.
4 months ago, Amber Vowell
Samantha Kelly
Additional online resources for families during the extended Spring Break.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
CCSD will be closed next week to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. There will be no athletic events, practices or extracurricular activities of any kind. We ask everyone to exercise good hygiene and avoid crowds during this time. Stay safe and keep charging forward!
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Athletic Department
The softball games scheduled for today have been called off due to weather and field conditions.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
The softball games versus East Webster are still scheduled to be played tomorrow. We will keep you informed if things change. GO CHARGERS!!!
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Superintendent Glen Beard
CCHS Singers did awesome performing at Disney! #ChargedUp
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Athletic Department
North Half Powerlifting Results: Chris Anderson - 3rd place Caleb Burdine - 5th place Morris Smith - 6th place Allen Cooper-Potts - Team Statistician Great job guys.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School did an amazing job on their spring program!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ramzey Trice, a 5th grader at Ackerman Elementary School, saved his Charger Bucks to buy a Principal for a Day pass. He did a great job helping, making announcements, setting up an ice cream party, and dismissing school! Great job Ramzey!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Several Kindergarten students from WES were chosen to read a Dr. Seuss book to sixth graders. We are so proud of them and the hard work they put into reading these books. #weirexcellenceshines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Kindergarten Mrs.Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s class celebrated Dr. Seuss week. They tuned into Rick & Bubba’s World’s Largest Classroom reading of Green Eggs & Ham, made Dr. Seuss crafts, Mrs. Angie read Ten Apples Up On Top & much more. It’s been a great week in Kindergarten.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Kindergarten Mrs.Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s class celebrated Dr. Seuss week. They tuned into Rick & Bubba’s World’s Largest Classroom reading of Green Eggs & Ham, made Dr. Seuss crafts, Mrs. Angie read Ten Apples Up On Top & much more. It’s been a great week in Kindergarten.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Conerly's and Mrs. McKnight's Kindergarten AR test during Dr. Seuss Week #weirexcellenceshines
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Ms. Conerly’s and Mrs. McKnight’s Kindergarten class at WES had a great time this week reading Dr. Seuss’ books. They ended the week by four students reading Green Eggs and Ham to WES 6th graders and by taking A.R. Test on their books.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School were rewarded for great scores and growth on their Benchmark tests with lunch at Costa Mexican Restaurant.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
1st graders at Ackerman Elementary School celebrated meeting their AR Goal with ice cream sundaes and a drink! Great job!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Due to the amount of rain over the last several days, the baseball games versus Louisville will not be played today. Games for Monday and Tuesday are still scheduled to take place. GO CHARGERS!!!
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School students enjoyed green eggs and ham on Thursday morning for breakfast during Read Across America Week!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Turnipseed and Mrs. K. Tuck’s students at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job on their center work. These students are on track with their computer center, independent work, and teacher tables.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Khristyan Hoskins, a 3rd grader at Ackerman Elementary School, spent his Charger Bucks to be an office worker on Thursday. He did a great job helping!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Shelley Gammill has her 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School doing an amazing job on their writing.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School hosted a Pre-K Grandparent’s Day Lunch on Thursday! Thank you to all of the family members and volunteers who came to eat lunch with the students!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Miranda Worrell
Students in the College & Career Readiness class held mock job interviews with each other this week.
4 months ago, Miranda Worrell
Charger Athletic Department
Junior high baseball games scheduled for today have been called off due to rain.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Wacky Wednesday was so fun along with having classroom readers on Wednesday at Ackerman Elementary School.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lucas had her 6th graders at AES present skits to classmates to demonstrate different political systems. Fun times!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
WES Pre-K students had a great week working at centers!!
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Pre-K students had a great week working at centers!!
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Destiny Martin, a 5th grader at Ackerman Elementary School, spent her Charger Bucks to be an office worker on Wednesday. She did an excellent job!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Seniors Beta members enjoyed a field trip today to the Mississippi Crime Lab.
4 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Sanders has her 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School working on EADMS. They are reading a passage, breaking down the information, and discussing important details before answering questions. Great job!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
5th graders in Mrs. Margaret Taylor’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are working on their reading skills. Students are reading passages and breaking down information. Great job!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
The golf match scheduled for March 5th at Elm Lake will not be played due to the course conditions.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Softball Schedule Updates: Saturday's games at Ethel High School will not be played. The games with East Webster have been rescheduled for Friday, March 13th at 1:00 at East Webster. We will play a Varsity double header. GO CHARGERS!!!
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School’s Chargers in Charge for the month of February have been doing a great job! These students are showing excellent character and behavior.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Weir Elementary School - Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Thank you Weir PTO
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
1st Grade students measure how far their team cars rolls from different heights.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
On Tuesday, Ackerman Elementary School had more student readers and community volunteers read to students throughout the school for Read Across America Week!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
2nd Grade students measure how far their team cars roll from different heights.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School had some wonderful readers visit on Tuesday from Choctaw County High School to come read to classes throughout the school.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Mr. Ballard's 3rd grade students give speeches for their history projects.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Dr. Seuss Week
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade students at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed some photo booth time with The Cat in The Hat for Read Across America Week!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School were treated to lunch at Umi to celebrate reaching their “On Fire for Reading” goal!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Students in fifth grade spent time reading Dr. Seuss books with students in first grade. It was great fun reading together!
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Kindergarten students at Weir Elementary School were excited to have Ms. Angelia Ashford read The Thinga-ma-jigger Is Coming Today by Tish Rabe, featuring The Cat In The Hat. Each student was given a book that was donated by Mississippi Public Broadcasting.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Athletic Department
Softball Update: We will be playing one Varsity game at Kosciusko tonight at 6:30. We will keep you informed if this changes. GO CHARGERS!!
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
It looks like the rain will miss us so baseball is still playing. Junior high will start at 3:30 followed by varsity then junior varsity. GO CHARGERS!!
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Hollis has her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School working hard on their math skills. Center work was on the agenda, and the students are doing a great job on their independent work, Accelerated Math, and with their teachers.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School in Mrs. Conner’s class have been working on cause and effect. The students are doing a great job!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Morrow’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are getting hands-on with learning about mixtures. Students are identifying materials, sorting them, and using tools to help determine their properties.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
The archery competition versus Noxapater today at Weir Elementary has been called off for today.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Athletic Department
Another win for junior high baseball. Final score 6–2. Go Chargers!!
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Several students as well as community volunteers read to classes at Ackerman Elementary School to promote reading during Read Across America Week.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed a visit from The Cat in the Hat for Read Across America Week.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
For Read Across America Week, Ackerman Elementary School had special visitors on Monday morning. The Cat in the Hat along with Thing 1 and Thing 2 greeted students as they entered the school.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Junior high Chargers take Game 1 with an 8-7 win over Winona. Game 2 about to kick off
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Jean Maree Mcculloch’s 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job on their writing. Today students learned about the Titanic and using RAFT completed an activity with a writing performance task! Great job!
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Softball games versus East Webster have been called off due to rain. Make up dates will be announced soon. Junior high baseball is still playing at Winona.
4 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s PreK students at Ackerman Elementary have been studying ocean life. They have had fun counting fish and matching letters in their centers, putting ocean animal puzzles together, and drawing ocean animals and coloring ocean scenes in art.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School will be celebrating Read Across America this week! In addition to dress up days, students and volunteers will be reading during the week to a variety of classes. There will also be two photo booths set up for pictures for students to enjoy.
4 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Chargers Baseball Final from the East Webster Tournament in our second game. East Webster 4 Chargers 3 #ChargerNation
4 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Chargers Baseball Final from the East Webster Tournament. Our Chargers get the win in extra innings. Chargers 8 Nanah Waiya 7 #ChargerNation
4 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #29 CTE provides pathways to advancement. In the 2016-2017 program year, 86% of adult learners concentrating in CTE either continued their education or were employed within six months of completing their program. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
4 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
Chargers Baseball Final: Chargers 13 Kirk Academy 3 Our Chargers pick up their first win on the season. Senior Landon Wells with a solo homerun. Good win! #ChargerNation
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School showed great growth on their benchmark tests and were rewarded with Bumpers for their hard work.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Zykerria Colston, a 3rd grader at Ackerman Elementary School, used her Charger Bucks to buy a lunch with a friend pass.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School who had excellent behavior for the first semester were rewarded with Mexican for lunch!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
Second year culinary students recently visited some local restaurants to gain insight into running a culinary business. They visited Pap's Place, Subway, and Council House where they asked questions about running a restaurant including advice and lessons learned.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Culinary students are practicing their serving skills. Students rotate acting as the customer while others go through each step of the service process. Today focused on handling guests who are “difficult” in a professional manner and they really committed to their roles!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Charger Athletic Department
Junior High Choir performing at CCHS today. Great job !!’ GO CHARGERS!!
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #38 CTE programs have a direct and measurable impact on the economy, reducing high school dropout rates, equipping learners with workforce relevant skills, and expanding a talent pool that is responsive to the needs of employers. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Best of luck to our FFA as they travel to Big Black Federation competition today!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
Each Senior received a packet full of local scholarships yesterday. If interested they need to fill out and send in by April 15th. Any questions please ask Mrs. Roberts.
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
‪Congratulations to Calvin Talley and Chris White for being selected to play in the NEMFCA all star football game! #ChargerNation‬
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Amy Taylor’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job in their writing centers! Keep up the great work!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School hosted a Grandparents Day Luncheon for kindergarten students at the school. Thank you to all the grandparents and other family members who came to support the students.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Gracie Vickers, a 5th grader at Ackerman Elementary School, spent her Charger Bucks to be an office worker. She did a great job supervising pictures, running errands, and restocking the PBIS store.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Julie Chase
Mr. Blaine was invited to be a guest speaker at WES library. Some upper-grade classes enjoyed hearing him share the book, Fox in Socks, by Dr. Seuss. When Mr. Blaine got tongue-tied, some of the students jumped in to help him out. The students & Mr. Blaine had a great time!
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Charger Nation
Students in Spanish 1 completed their unit on restaurant words with a test to utilize what they learned. Students ordered and conversed with the staff In Spanish. Mucho Gracias CCHS Administrators for allowing this trip! #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Chris Threadgill
WES Chargers in Charge!
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Katherine Allman from the MS Tobacco Free Coalition came to speak to 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School about the dangers of tobacco use and vaping.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
Mr. Loggins is teaching about soil horizons in his Concepts of Ag classes. Students got to put their own spin on viewing the different soil horizons. They worked in groups to create soil horizon diagrams that are displayed in the hallway outside their classroom.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #27 According to the US Dept. of Education, Mississippi served 124,671 CTE high school students in the 2016-2017 school year. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #26 CTE students are significantly more likey than their peers to report developing problem-solving, project completion, communication, time management, and critical thinking skills during high school. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
3rd graders in Mr. Richardson’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job on their Accelerated Math assignments during class!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
The Charger Archery team in action at their match today versus Nanih Waiya. It’s the first match the team has hosted. Thanks to Weir Elementary for letting us use your gym. Great job Chargers!!!
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Choctaw County School District
The Choctaw County School District received the MSBA Lighthouse School Leader Lantern Award. The award was presented to School Board President Michael Thomas and Superintendent Glen Beard on February 19, 2020 at the MSBA 48th Annual Conference. KEEP CHARGING FORWARD!!!!
5 months ago, Choctaw County School District
Charger Nation
Students in Ms. Shumaker's class are ready to knockout their benchmark today. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Joni and Mrs. Holly’s classes at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time on their community helpers trip and to the Mexican restaurant.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
Ag students are hard at work preparing for FFA opening and closing competition. They will be competing at the federation level this Friday, February 28!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School were rewarded for hard work on their benchmark tests. Students had Bumpers for lunch if they showed growth from the first to second benchmark or scored a level 4 or 5 on the benchmark!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Baseball and softball are both still playing today. Baseball at 4 & 6. Softball at 5 & 6:30
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Turnipseed and Mrs. K. Tuck’s 1st graders at Ackerman Elementary School are using base ten blocks to learn more about numbers.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Telano’s kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job in their centers! These students are working hard on their independent work, computer skills, and with their teachers.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
6th graders in Mrs. Johnson’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are rocking their Accelerated Math work in class! Keep up the great work!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #25 CTE is learning that works for students and the economy and is at the heart of any agenda focused on opportunity and economic competitiveness. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank the PTO for the wonderful King Cakes and waters to start the week off!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Baseball and softball will both be in action tomorrow afternoon. Baseball will play Sebastopol at 4 & 6. Softball will play Kosciusko at 5 & 6:30. Come out and support both of our teams. GO CHARGERS!!
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. Hunt’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are enjoying a story before they start their group work for the day.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Athletic Department
Schedule Change: Due to weather conditions, the junior high baseball games scheduled for today have been moved to Thursday, Feb. 27th at 4:00 and 5:30.
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
Centers were on the agenda for students in Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Cagle’s class at Ackerman Elementary School. These kindergarten students are doing great!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
PreK students at Ackerman Elementary in Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s class visited the Charger buck store and earned some great prizes for their good behavior
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #24 91% of parents of students in CTE believe their child is getting a leg up on their career. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #23 45% of students say CTE courses provide them with real-world examples that help them better understand academic classes.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #23 45% of students say CTE courses provide them with real-world examples that help them better understand academic classes. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Good Luck to our HOSA students competing at district conference today!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #22 Unlike the vocational education of the past, which prepared learners for jobs with high levels of work activities at risk for automation, the CTE of today provides a pathway for learners to career with family-sustaining wages. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Charger Athletic Department
Schedule Change: Softball will be in action against Kosciusko tomorrow. JV will play at 3:00 and Varsity will play at 4:30. Come out and support the Lady Chargers.
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Charger Nation
CCHS had parental involvement last night. Parents learned about the different state tests. They also tested their own knowledge by taking a practice test like their children do at school. We appreciate all the parents who came out to help support their children and CCHS.
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Superintendent Glen Beard
Due to MDOT Closing part of Hwy 9 past the coal mine buses 71, 78 and 79 will be running late this afternoon. They will have to take a detour which will take longer.
5 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School will celebrate Read Across America the week of March 2nd through March 6th. Students are encouraged to dress up to celebrate the week. The school will have special readers each day and will also have an appearance from The Cat in the Hat!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
5th graders in Mrs. Hollis’ class at Ackerman Elementary School earned a Bumpers lunch for achieving 80% or higher on their tests for the last two weeks!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
5th graders in Mrs. Miller’s class at Ackerman Elementary School worked on finding and analyzing text evidence from the actual March on Washington pamphlet from 1963!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
4th graders in Mrs. Jean Maree Mcculloch’s class at Ackerman Elementary School who were Top Writers selected a Weavers Lunch as their reward!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K students in Mrs. Zirlott’s class at Ackerman Elementary school got to visit the PBIS store on Friday to spend their Charger Bucks!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School held a mock trial where they examined evidence and provided arguments to plead their case. These students won the trial for their homeroom and were rewarded with Bumpers & a movie during lunch.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
Health science students haVe been studying the cardiovascular system. Today, they were studying heart anatomy and systemic blood circulation.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
We appreciate Josh Hough taking the time to come and speak to students at CCCTC. He is a former CCCTC student himself. He spoke about his time serving in Iraq as well as the opportunities available through the guard!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
3rd block Culinary Arts students also made delicious pasta dishes using the pasta they made earlier this week!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
1st block Culinary Arts students used the pasta they made to prepare different pasta dishes. They were all delicious!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Culinary Arts 1st year students recently learned to make their own dough and use it to make pasta.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Health Science and Sports Medicine students will be providing mock pre-participation physicals to 8th grade students on Monday as a way to promote the CTE programs. The students will see demonstrations of athletic taping and/or CPR-First Aid care as well!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #21 Students can participate in CTE at the middle or high school level and at postsecondary institutions in all states across the US. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Jackson took some of the 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School to the PBIS store! Keep up the great work!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K students in Mrs. Zirlott and Mrs. Fondren’s room at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job in their centers.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
ANNUAL FERN SALE! Time to order ferns. Order by Friday, February 28. Delivery is Tuesday, March 17 - doors open at 12 noon. This fundraiser is sponsored by the SkillsUSA students at CCCTC. For more information or to order, call: CCCTC 284-4152 or Glennis Wood 285-6880/722-1325.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Students in Culinary Arts I are learning all about grain cookery. They practiced making grits and oatmeal as well as a variety of rice dishes. Rice dishes incorporated a variety of rices like Arborio, basmati, and long-grain in dishes like Risotto, Pilaf, Chinese Fried Rice, and Red Beans & Rice.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Choctaw County School District
The March breakfast and lunch menus have been updated. This is great tool to use when you are in a hurry and you need to know what is on the menu for the day.
5 months ago, Choctaw County School District
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #20 CTE programs directly connect learners with employers, because the programs provide a clear pipeline of talent and unique opportunities for students to engage in meaningful on the job experiences, internships, and apprenticeships. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
Several 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School were able to go shopping in the school’s PBIS store. Students throughout the school earn Charger Bucks for good behavior each day! Keep up the great work!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Utley’s 3rd grade PACE students at Ackerman Elementary School are learning how to program robots to do tasks and follow routes in class! They have just started their programming and are doing a great job!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #19 CTE leads to fewer dropouts. Students involved in CTE are far less likely to drop out of high school than other students, a different estimated to save the economy $168 billion each year. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
AES Library is selling Smencils for $1 each!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Jean Maree Mcculloch’s 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time playing some fun games while learning!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Joni, Mrs. Mitzi, and Mrs. Nicole’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a fun time learning about their heart. Nurse Karla Beard let each student listen to their heart and showed them how to feel their heartbeat.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Coach Smith has his PE students at Ackerman Elementary School working on critical thinking skills. Students had to use materials to cross the water to the island in the middle, get their whole team across the water, and get to the other bank. Lots of creative thinking!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lucas has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School completing research on a variety of presidents. Students then have to present their information to their group so they can vote on who they feel the greatest president is.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
The RCU is hosting CTE counselors and other professionals today in preparation for CPAS and National Certification testing. Mrs. Prisock will be learning about the updates to testing and how to provide our students with as many opportunities as possible to earn valuable credentials and certifications during their time at CCCTC!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #18 Students in CTE programs and their parents are three times as likely to report they are "Very Satisfied" with their children's ability to learn real-world skills as part of their education compared to parents of students not involved in CTE. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Amber Vowell
Students in 7th-10th grade and their parents are invited to an event at the Ty Cobb, Thurs., Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. Teachers of state tested areas will be sharing information about their specific state tests, as well as giving tips and strategies and practicing test items. Snacks will be provided. We hope you come out to help support our Chargers!
5 months ago, Amber Vowell
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #17 CTE programs are organized in 16 career clusters, each representing a different sector - from Information Technology and Health Sciences to Education and Training and Marketing. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #16 Nearly 60% of companies report having difficulty filling job openings because of a lack of qualified applicants. CTE addresses this gap by offering specialized courses, hands on training, and other work-based learning. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #15 CTE aligns education and the workforce to ensure that today's students are learning the skills needed in the competitive job market. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School were rewarded for showing growth in Accelerated Reader and STAR with a hot chocolate & donut bar!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Krystie’s class at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed ice cream sundaes for a special Valentine’s treat.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Miller’s 5th grade top writers at Ackerman Elementary School were rewarded with a lunch from Weavers. Great job!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Barnett’s 3rd grade top Writers at Ackerman Elementary School were rewarded with a lunch from Bumpers! Great job!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Jackson’s 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School are rocking in their math centers!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School in Mrs. Halford’s class are having fun with measurement.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #14 Participation in career and technical student organizations raises students' academic motivation and engagement, grades, career self-efficacy, college aspirations and employability skills. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
CCHS office spreading a little Valentine’s Day cheer to all our staff! We appreciate all they do!
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Laura Prisock
Sports Medicine students are learning about assessment and treatment of upper extremity injuries. They practiced various orthopedic tests to identify common injuries involving strains, sprains, fractures, thoracic outlet syndrome, nerve injuries, and subluxations/dislocations.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
CCHS Seniors who applied to MSU and Ole Miss enjoyed a visit to discuss next steps in the admission process. #ChargerNation
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #13 CTE exposes students to rigorous and relevant information-rich content through content area reading and writing strategies. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Superintendent Glen Beard
Due to the potential of bad weather CCSD will be dismissing today February 12,2020 at 2:30pm. Please stay safe and weather aware!
5 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Laura Prisock
Second year culinary students are practicing the skills they will need when they compete at the state SkillsUSA competition. Elijah will be competing in the culinary competition and Nicholas will be competing in commercial baking.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #12 HOSA, the career and technical student organization for health science, has more than 200,000 members. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #11 1/3 of all high school dual enrollment credits come from CTE courses (600,000 total). #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Superintendent Glen Beard
Due to flooded road conditions CCSD will operate on a 2 hour delay on Tuesday February 11, 2020. Bus drivers will use extra caution. Breakfast will not be served.
5 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
Due to the potential of flooding roads CCSD will be dismissing at 1:45pm. We will continue to monitor the weather throughout the evening! Be safe and weather aware!
5 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Athletic Department
Little league basketball at the Ty Cobb has been cancelled for tonight due to weather conditions.
5 months ago, Charger Athletic Department
Samantha Kelly
In Mrs. Emily Tuck and Ms. Logan’s class at Ackerman Elementary School students played Alphabet marks the Spot! The kids had a blast as they rolled the cube and found the matching beginning sounds!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
Congratulations to our SkillsUSA team. They came home from district competition with 1st place in opening/closing, extemporaneous speaking, and job demo; 2nd place in carpentry and technical math; and 4th place in quiz bowl!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Carpentry students are working on building book cases for the Choctaw County Library!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #10 In 2014, students earned a total of 3,842,589 CTE credentials in the United States. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #9 1/3 of CTE students are enrolled in programs preparing them for careers in leading industries. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #8 Technical and applied science graduates earn $2000 to $11,000 more per year than those with a bachelor's degree. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
Mrs. Jackie Wise has a significant role at Weir Elementary School. As counselor, she interacts with staff, students, parents, and previous students regularly. She always does her job with a smile and a kind word. Pictured is Mrs. Wise being presented a token of appreciation by Mrs. Martin and first grade students. The basket of treats was given by WES staff.
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Jean Maree McCulloch’s 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job on their writing!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
First year Culinary Arts students have been working with potatoes. They recently made garlic mashed potatoes, latkes, and Parmesan scalloped potatoes!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
Gretchen Purtee from Sky Dental in Eupora came to speak to Pre-K students at Ackerman Elementary School about dental hygiene.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
Mr. Black makes sure his construction and carpentry students know the importance of keeping a clean and well-maintained shop when working on different projects!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Second year Ag Power students are working on fundraiser projects using the GMAW process.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
First Year Ag Power students are disassembling small 3hp engines in order to discuss system functions and part identification. They will reassemble and perform system checks such as compression and engine timing.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #7 For every $1.00 of government funding in CTE, taxpayers earn as much as $12.20 in benefits in return! #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
The students in Mrs. Utley’s 5th and 6th grade PACE classes at Ackerman Elementary will be participating in Robot Wars for the next few weeks. The 5th graders helped to decipher, test, and edit the coded programs designed and written by the 6th graders in their class Monday.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
Students in health science hadj fun today researching medical terms and applying them to make Valentine’s cards that all medical professionals will appreciate! “I Aorta Tell You How Much I Love You!”
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Good luck to our SkillsUSA team today as they go to district competition!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
CCHS Seniors had a great time at MSU today for their college visit! #ChargerNation
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Congratulations to both of these two Chargers for signing football scholarships. Kendall Coleman for signing with Jones Community College and Israel Whitmore for signing with Arkansas State. #ChargerNation
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
AES 6th graders named Top performers on Study Island skills from 2nd nine weeks were treated to milkshakes from Bumper’s. Keep working hard!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School hosted their 1st grade Grandparent’s Day Luncheon on Thursday. Thank you to all of the family members who attended to make this day great for the students!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
SkillsUSA members treated the staff at CCCTC to a hot chocolate bar complete with yummy toppings! We love CTE Month and SkillsUSA week!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
It is SkillsUSA week and to show their appreciation of the support shown to SkillsUSA, members are delivering goodies to different school officials! #CTEMonth #SkillsUSA
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders in Mrs. Amy Taylor’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are working on their simple and compound sentences.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a wonderful time on their field trip to the Ag and Forestry Museum!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #6 91% of high school graduates who earned 2-3 CTE credits enrolled in college. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
STRAWBERRY SALE! The Construction and Culinary students are holding their annual strawberry sale. The last day to order is March 2nd! To place an order, please see a construction or culinary student, call CCCTC (662-285-4152), or contact Robert Black (662-285-7857).
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Superintendent Glen Beard
Due to possible bad weather CCSD will dismiss at 1:15pm today 2-5-2020. Please stay safe and weather aware!
5 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Chamblee’s 6th grade class at Ackerman Elementary School are working on making inferences. Students are having to use clues to infer what item is in the box without seeing it.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #5 In 2014, 7.5 million high school students earned at least one CTE credit. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Chargers in Charge for the month of January are on point with their academics and behavior. These students are doing an excellent job! Keep up the great work!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s PreK students at Ackerman Elementary School concluded their unit study on forest animals by discussing groundhogs. They learned what groundhogs eat, where they live, and some information about Groundhog’s Day.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
5th graders in Mrs. Hollis’ class at Ackerman Elementary School are working on graphing by learning about origins, axis, and plotting points.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Centers were on the agenda for 1st graders in Mrs. Toombs and Mrs. Lewis’ room at Ackerman Elementary School. Keep working hard!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Branae Spencer, a 4th grader at Ackerman Elementary School, used her Charger Bucks to buy a morning duty worker pass. She did an excellent job monitoring halls on Tuesday morning! Great job Branae!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #4 94% of today's high school students experience some degree of CTE courses. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Charger Nation
This past Saturday the Madrigals received superiors at the State Solo and Ensemble competition. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
5 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to recognize Mrs. Alison Brasher as they celebrate School Counselor’s Week! Mrs. Brasher joined the AES team this year and is doing a fantastic job serving the students, parents, school, and community! Keep up the great work!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a wonderful time on their field trip to the Children’s Museum!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Bruister’s 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time learning about owls and dissecting owl pellets on Monday.
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Leslie Love, a 2nd grader at Ackerman Elementary School, did a great job helping as an office worker on Monday!
5 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #3 The Perkins Act is the main source of funding for CTE programs nationwide. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #1 95% of CTE students graduate high school, which is 10% higher than the national average. #CTEmonth #CCCTC
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
February is CTE Month! Career and Technical Education Month takes place each year to celebrate the value of CTE and the achievements of CTE programs across the country. This year, we will be sharing a "CTE Fact" each day throughout February to improve the public knowledge of CTE!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
First year Culinary students experimented with a variety of vegetables and cooking techniques. Students chose a type of vegetable and prepared it using two different cooking techniques. They evaluated the appearance, texture, and taste of the vegetable prepared a different way.
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
The flu virus is picking up steam in our state. Here are some ways to keep yourself and your family healthy during this peak flu season 1. Take the time to get your flu shot! 2. Wash your hands often with soap and water. 3. Cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough. 4. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Remember how germs are spread! 5. Try to avoid close contact with people who are sick.
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Laura Prisock
Our SkillsUSA team is preparing for district competition. Mrs. Prisock is working with Terria and Kezia to help prepare them for the job interview competition. They will be interviewed by a panel of judges along with filling out a job application correctly!
5 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
Ms. White has several 1st graders at Ackerman Elementary School working on their AR. Students really enjoy the new seating and how Ms. White has the library set up.
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Coach Smith has Pre-K students at Ackerman Elementary School having fun while learning about different things. Students line up on color dots, and when their color is called they make their way across the gym imitating the animal or mode of transportation that is called. Today they were kangaroos and race cars!
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Conner’s 2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job on learning about autobiographies, historical fiction, and realistic fiction.
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
Sports Medicine and Nursing students have recently started their clinical rotations. They gain valuable experience from their time working in the different areas of Choctaw Regional Medical Center.
6 months ago, Laura Prisock
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Bruister’s Tuesday Evening Robotics Class at Ackerman Elementary School is learning a lot about programming and how to make robots run! Keep up the great work.
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Bruister’s Tuesday Robotics Class at Ackerman Elementary School is learning lots of new programming skills and how to make their robots go! Keep up the great work!
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Morrow has her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School learning about atoms and creating them with cubes.
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Taylor has her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School working on text structure and graphic organizers.
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Burdine and Mrs. O’Briant’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time learning sight words and shooting the ball when they got the word correct.
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten 100th Day. #ChargerNation
6 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Superintendent Glen Beard
Looking forward to another opportunity to learn and better serve as the 2020 MS Association of School Superintendents winter conference gets started! Preparing the workforce of tomorrow!
6 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Joni’s class At Ackerman Elementary enjoyed learning about Chinese New Year. Students watched dragon and lion dances, read books, and made lanterns and masks. The students read enough books to get a Bumpers meal and tried using chopsticks to eat their fries.
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lucas has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School working on power point presentations about their favorite places using Google Classroom.
6 months ago, Samantha Kelly