Today, Mrs. Sanders’ class at Ackerman Elementary School started a unit in Google Classroom comparing and contrasting firsthand and secondhand accounts. Students could choose one topic out of three “Christmas Tragedies” to research: The Christmas Cyclone of Darwin, Australia The Christmas Train Crash of New Zealand The Christmas Tsunami of Thailand
Fruit has arrived at CCCTC! Anyone who ordered can come pick up their fruit today!
CCSD has a new phone app designed specifically for our District. Please check out the video and download the app from your app store. You can follow the school that your child attends to keep up with news, events, lunch menus and much more! https://youtu.be/b6SDklQIfT4
CCSD has a new phone app designed specifically for our School District. Please check out the video and download the app from your app store. You can follow the school that your child attends to keep up with news, events, lunch menus and much more! https://youtu.be/b6SDklQIfT4
4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School have been learning about pardoned turkeys. As part of their unit, students came up with reasons their turkey deserved to be pardoned and had them dress the part. Mrs. Sanders’ room: Pardoned Turkey is – Heavenly Stuffed by Branae Spencer The Standby is – Sally by Faith McGee Mrs. Catchot’s room: Pardoned Turkey is – Chief Gob-A-Lot by Dillan Vasquez The Standby is – Angie the Angel by London Davis Mrs. McCulloch’s room: Pardoned Turkey is – Jennie-O by Kayla Cotton The Standby is – Miss Turkey Lurkey by Josie Lee
Pictured are French Camp Elementary School's Little Chargers for the month of November. These students demonstrated great behavior, leadership skills, and also performed well in their academics. Pictured are: Joy Carmichael, Chloe Guillory, Sam Chesteen, Zach Lane, Rylee Kate Griffin, Kinley Watkins, Carter Burchfield, Elliot Breazeale, Robert Bentley, Cristian Demecio, Addison Bright, Colin Carmichael, Rebecca Gilbert, Aiden Bright, Rebekah Storment.
The Choctaw County High School and Junior High Beta clubs participated in a food drive to benefit the United Way and Broken Wings Ministries. The students donated 1240 canned food items for our needy. Please continue to support the United Way in all their efforts over the holiday season. May you all have a blessed holiday. #ChargerNation
Health Science/Sports Med students are sponsoring a blood drive on December 4 from 8-2 at CCCTC. If you are interested and can donate please see one of the students or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be able to reserve your time slot as well as choose which student gets credit. 1. Make an appointment (makes it much quicker)! 2. Each Pint Saves 3 People!! 3. Anyone who donates will be entered for a $500 drawing!
Students at Weir Elementary School enjoyed a lesson on banking with Mrs. Lorie Deason from Cadence Bank in Starkville. Mrs. Deason discussed wants versus needs with the students. She worked through some scenarios about making wise choices about how to spend money. She ended her presentation by challenging students to make good choices throughout life, so they can be successful. Pictured are enthusiastic sixth-grade students and attentive third-grade students. We appreciate Mrs. Deason and Cadence Bank for their interest in our school and community.
Some students at Weir Elementary School completed applications and were selected to assist in the library based on excellent character traits, responsibility, and academic success. While in the library, helping, the student assistants enjoy reading with younger students. Reading with a child helps the child grow academically and gain confidence in his or her ability to achieve. Thanks for reading with the kids you know and love. Pictured are reading helpers: Jazzmyn Weaver and Hailey Mullins reading with pre-k students.
It’s a great night for playoff football. The stakes are high for our Chargers! They need your support! Get to The Dale! 🏈 Round 2 vs a Water Valley 📍 Dale Davidson Field 🕰 7:00 💰 $8 📻 WFCA 💻 Audio only Streaming on Facebook and YouTube 🎙: Glen Beard & Chris Threadgill & Chris Coleman #PackTheDale #ChargerNation
After reading about the Pilgrims' journey on the Mayflower, FCE 3rd graders tackled a STEM challenge to design and build a "Mayflower" to hold as much cargo as possible without sinking. The challenge included working with a partner to draw a design, build the boat, and then test the design using pennies for cargo. After the first test, the boats were evaluated for strengths and weaknesses. A second design was then drawn, built, and tested. The winning design was created by Elliot Breazeale and Robert Bentley and was able to hold 189 pieces of cargo.
We will try to update via Twitter and Facebook tonight from Hatley depending on phone signal strength! #Go Chargers