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
about 13 hours 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
1 day 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!
2 days 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.
2 days 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!
2 days 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!
2 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Jackson’s 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School are rocking in their math centers!
2 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School in Mrs. Halford’s class are having fun with measurement.
2 days 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
3 days ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
CCHS office spreading a little Valentine’s Day cheer to all our staff! We appreciate all they do!
3 days 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.
3 days 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
4 days 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
4 days 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!
4 days 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.
4 days 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 days 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
6 days 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.
6 days 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!
6 days ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Athletic Department
Little league basketball at the Ty Cobb has been cancelled for tonight due to weather conditions.
6 days 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!
6 days 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!
6 days ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Carpentry students are working on building book cases for the Choctaw County Library!
6 days 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
7 days 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
8 days 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
9 days 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.
9 days ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Jean Maree McCulloch’s 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job on their writing!
9 days 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!
9 days 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.
9 days 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!
10 days ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Second year Ag Power students are working on fundraiser projects using the GMAW process.
10 days 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.
10 days 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
10 days 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.
10 days 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!”
10 days ago, Laura Prisock
Laura Prisock
Good luck to our SkillsUSA team today as they go to district competition!
10 days ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
CCHS Seniors had a great time at MSU today for their college visit! #ChargerNation
10 days 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
10 days 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!
10 days 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!
10 days 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!
10 days 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
10 days 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.
10 days 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!
10 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #6 91% of high school graduates who earned 2-3 CTE credits enrolled in college. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
11 days 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).
11 days 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!
11 days 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.
11 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #5 In 2014, 7.5 million high school students earned at least one CTE credit. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
12 days 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!
12 days 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.
12 days 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.
12 days 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!
12 days 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!
12 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #4 94% of today's high school students experience some degree of CTE courses. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
13 days ago, Laura Prisock
Charger Nation
This past Saturday the Madrigals received superiors at the State Solo and Ensemble competition. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
13 days 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!
13 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a wonderful time on their field trip to the Children’s Museum!
13 days 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.
13 days 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!
13 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #3 The Perkins Act is the main source of funding for CTE programs nationwide. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
14 days 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
16 days 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!
16 days 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.
16 days 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.
17 days 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!
18 days 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.
18 days 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!
18 days 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.
18 days 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.
18 days 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.
19 days 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!
19 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Morrow has her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School learning about atoms and creating them with cubes.
19 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Taylor has her 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School working on text structure and graphic organizers.
19 days 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.
19 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten 100th Day. #ChargerNation
21 days 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!
21 days 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.
23 days 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.
23 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Chargers get huge win over Hatley tonight 49-29. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
23 days ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Lady Chargers with the division win over Hatley 42-39!! #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
23 days ago, Charger Nation
Chris Threadgill
WES Pre-K students had a great time celebrating the 100th day of school!!
23 days ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
1st-grade students at Weir Elementary use non-standard tools to measure different things in the classroom (tables, shelves, rugs, and each other). They had fun working in teams to accomplish their objective!
23 days ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Third graders at Weir Elementary learned about the benefits of having a Share Table in the Cafeteria today. They then wrote an opinion piece, sharing their thoughts on the topic and provided reasons and evidence to back up their opinion. Wonderful job 3rd grade!
24 days ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
What a great way to spend a frigid January day! Pre-K students have an exciting time finding words they recognize as they enjoy library books at Weir Elementary School. Mrs. Tharp and one of her students are sharing a book together. We appreciate all the work of our assistant teachers at Weir Elementary School as they enhance our students' learning every day.
25 days ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s class have had a great start to second semester.
25 days ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s Kindergarteners are 100 Days Smarter!! They celebrated the 100th Day by completing skip counting by 10s activities, searching for 100 hidden Hershey Kisses, dancing and counting to 100, making 100 Day trail mix, and having a Fashion Show to show off their shirts covered in 100 items. It was a great day!
25 days ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Sanders’ 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary had a fun activity as part of reading their EADMS story. The students were shown a coconut, watched as the teacher broke it apart, and sampled it. What a fun way to incorporate real life things into learning!
25 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Halford’s 2nd grade class at Ackerman Elementary School is doing a great job in Math with telling time!
25 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Group work is on point in Mrs. Barnett’s 3rd grade class at Ackerman Elementary School.
25 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time celebrating the 100th Day of School!
26 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
WES 2nd grade is working hard on graphic organizers!
26 days ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Erwin’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time cooking, dancing, and doing fun activities for the 100th Day of School.
26 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K students in Mrs. Zirlott and Mrs. Fondren’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had fun putting 100 stickers on their hats, counting 100 snacks, playing with 100 cups, and paint dotting 100.
26 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
First graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time on Tuesday celebrating the 100th day of school!
26 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ryan Wilmotts, Olivia Alashti, Ethan Sanders, Jake Wilson, and Ava Talley participated in the LEGO EV3 Minstorm robotic competition in Jackson Saturday. Carson King was unable to attend the event. They had to build and program a robot for the completion to do different missions, present and discuss their robot with judges, do a short tram exercise and present how they did the CORE model, and present a presentation on an innovative solution they have for the community.
26 days ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Burdine and Mrs. O’Briant’s Kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School visited the PBIS store to spend their Charger Bucks.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Emily Tuck and Ms. Ashley Logan’s Kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School are working hard in their centers and learning lots of new skills.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
5th grade students at Ackerman Elementary School were rewarded for being on Honor Roll for the 1st semester with lunch from Bumpers.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
The Chargers go on the road and get a big divisional win tonight against Aberdeen. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Turnipseed and Mrs. K. Tuck have their 1st grade students at Ackerman Elementary School working on their journals and independent work.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lucas has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on point during their groups. They’re doing an awesome job!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Cagle’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a lesson on kindness. After reading the book Each Kindness, students shared an act of kindness and dropped stones in a container of water to see how kindness creates ripples that spread to others.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Gammill’s 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job working independently and with their teacher.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
The guys came up short in the night cap. Great effort in the second half. Houston 60 Chargers 52 #ChargerNation
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School’s Librarian, Ms. White, is working with students during library time on parts of a book, author’s purpose, types of books, and much more!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
FCE Kindergarten has a NOON year celebration to start off the new semester. Every hour the students popped a balloon full of confetti and an activity to complete. At 12:00 they had a ginger ale toast and balloons and confetti fell!
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s class have had a great start to second semester.
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Our Lady Chargers pick up the division win in overtime over the Hilltoppers. Chargers 47 Houston 40 #ChargerNation
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Overtime basketball at the Cobb. At the end of regulation. Lady Chargers 39 Houston 39 #ChargerNation
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Miller’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job on their independent centers and working with the teacher!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Cagle’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job in their centers. These kindergarten students are learning so much!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. Hunt’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are working hard on their centers!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Telano’s class at Ackerman Elementary School made a visit to the school’s PBIS Store on Monday! Great job students!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
THIS WEEK Tuesday Varsity 🏀 vs Houston (division) 📍 Ty Cobb 🕰 6:00 Girls; Boys to follow 👕 WHITE OUT Thursday Varsity 🏀 vs Aberdeen (division) 📍 Aberdome in Aberdeen 🕰 6:00 girls; boys to follow Saturday MID MISSISSIPPI CHALLENGE (Schedule to be posted later)
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
UPDATED Little League Hoops Schedule
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Chamblee’s 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are working on power point presentations to go along with the book Hatchet that they have been reading.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School’s Chargers in Charge for December are showing great behavior and character!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
FLU tip of the day😊: The flu virus is spread mainly by droplets made when someone with flu coughs, sneezes or talks. These droplets can land in the nose or mouth of people standing nearby (yuck!). This is why it is very important to cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze (we’ll talk about that in a few days). Symptoms of the flu include: fever (usually high), cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, and/or chills. Flu symptoms typically come on suddenly. Next week our focus will be on ways to prevent the flu and what to do if you get the flu☹ Have a great weekend and stay weather alert!
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a great turn out for their Grandparent’s Day Lunch on Thursday! Thank you to everyone who attended.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
1st grade teachers at Ackerman Elementary School hosted a Book Bingo event on Thursday! Students and family members learned more about reading and played bingo to win books!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
Jr High Basketball plays tonight at East Webster. 7th grade boys play first at 5. Girls and 8th boy to follow. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Little League Basketball schedule update. Saturday has been changed due to the potential for bad weather. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Chris Threadgill
FLU tip of the day: The BEST way to protect you and your family from the flu is to get a yearly flu vaccine. Flu vaccination is recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older. If you’ve not already gotten a flu vaccine, it’s not too late! You can get a flu shot from your local doctor, health department, and many pharmacies offer them as well. Protect yourself and your family. Get vaccinated! Stay tuned tomorrow as we discuss signs and symptoms of the flu and how it spreads from person to person.
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Morrow’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are learning about the phases of the moon and are doing some fun activities.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Did you know that Influenza (“the Flu”) is a highly contagious disease that can be SERIOUS?? According to the CDC, millions of people get sick every year from the flu and require hospitalization. Many adults and children die each year as a result of flu complications. Over the next few days, we will be sending tips to keep you and your family protected from the flu.
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Catchot has her 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School rocking in their zones. Task cards, Accelerated Math, EADMS, and work with their teacher was on the agenda!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
1st graders in Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. Hunt’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are working on skip counting and counting with tally marks!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
Welcome back students and teacher! You can’t get to summer break if you don’t start 2nd semester! Make it the best one yet! #GoChargers!
about 1 month ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Charger Nation
Teachers at CCHS took a benchmark assessment today just like their students do throughout the year. They all competed for the top scores. Teachers with the top scores received prizes. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Choctaw County little league basketball schedule. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Laura Prisock
Scholarship Opportunity! The PB&J Scholarship is focused on helping students whose test scores or GPAs might not be the best, but have the drive to succeed! Click the link to see details and apply! http://bit.ly/pbjscholarship
about 1 month ago, Laura Prisock
Charger Nation
The 7th grade ELA students sent letters to the Soldiers from the Canton unit currently deployed in Kuwait. The Soldiers sent this picture back showing how they used the cards to decorat their halls for Christmas! #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Chris Threadgill
Pre-K and Kindergarten students at WES went caroling at the Choctaw County Nursing Home and Central Office on Tuesday. Special thanks to Mrs. Kirk for working so hard with them. #ChargerNation
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School Staff participated in an ornament hunt on Friday morning. Staff went on the search for numbered ornaments that corresponded to a prize! So much fun!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Johnson rewarded her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School with donuts and a drink for showing growth on their STAR scores.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Turnipseed and Mrs. K. Tuck’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a candy cane experiment to see which one would desolve first. They tested candy canes in warm water, cold water, vinegar, and oil.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Cagle’s class at Ackerman Elementary School made paper bag gingerbread houses and opened their stockings on party day.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Emily Tuck and Ms. Logan’s students at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time on their Polar Express day!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
5th and 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time at the movies for their AR reward trip!
about 1 month ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
The CCHS and CCJH Christmas Choral Concert has started. Watch on CCSD Facebook Live or on the Choctaw County Chargers YouTube Channel. #ChargerNation
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
Charger Nation
Reminder CCHS Chorus chicken dinner fundraiser is tonight 3:15 to 6 in the CCHS cafeteria. Plates will be $6. #ChargerNation #ChargerFmaily
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
The 2020 Mid-Mississippi Challenge schedule has been released. Challenge is January 18 at the Ty-Cobb. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
about 1 month ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School visited the Choctaw County Nursing home on Wednesday to sing Christmas carols to the residents!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School had a staff Ugly Sweater Contest on Wednesday! Congratulations to the winners. 1st place - Margaret Taylor, 2nd place - Jason Bridges, and 3rd place - Frankie O’briant. A big thank you to our judges Mrs. Tonya Woods and Mrs. Cristin Chandler.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
3rd and 4th grade students at Ackerman Elementary School went to the movie theater for their AR reward trip! Great job students!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Charger Nation
North American Coal Corporation donated funds to help support the Choctaw County High School Library. #ChargerFamily #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank the Mississippi Lignite Mining Company for the donations to the school’s library and to the robotics program! Thank you for supporting AES!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Erwin’s class at Ackerman Elementary School enjoyed watching Frozen 2 at the movies on Tuesday!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Gammill and Mr. Richardson had several of their 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School attend a good behavior rewards trip. These students were treated to lunch at Buffalo Wild Wings on Tuesday.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Lanah-Claire Wells, a 5th grader at Ackerman Elementary School, did an amazing job being an office worker on Tuesday!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K students in Mrs. Zirlott and Mrs. Fondren’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time on Tuesday making reindeer food, making Polar Express necklaces, and having hot chocolate and donuts.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K students in Mrs. Pollard and Mrs. Boyd's class at Ackerman Elementary School had a fun filled day on Tuesday with hot chocolate, donuts, making reindeer food, and making Polar Express necklaces.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
1st and 2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time at the movies on Tuesday for their AR reward!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Ms. Conerly’s and Mrs. McKnight’s Kindergarten class at WES enjoyed making Christmas tree ornaments out of 3D shapes for their classroom Christmas tree.
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES is working on Author’s Purpose! #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Laura Prisock
📢📢🔵🔴: HOSA students, the orders have arrived from the BOON supply fundraiser!! You can pick up your items starting THIS MORNING from Mr. Johnson or Mrs. Stirewalt!
2 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
Second-grade students create works of art. They experimented lasted week with mixing colors in a science experiment. Friday, they were allowed three colors of paint to create an ornament. They had a wonderful time creating their design!
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K and Kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time at the movie theater in Starkville!!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Bruister’s 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School did an amazing job on their PACE presentations. Before presentations students enjoyed a medieval feast with one another!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Several of Mrs. Barnett and Mrs. Jackson’s 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School went on a rewards trip for their good behavior. These students were treated to lunch at Applebee’s in Starkville! Great job students!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
The Natural Disaster Expo hosted by Mrs. Utley’s 4th grade PACE students at Ackerman Elementary School went off without a hitch. Everyone walked away with a new understanding of natural disasters and how to protect themselves and the people they love.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time at their Polar Express day! They did a lot of fun activities throughout each class and even made Polar Express lanterns.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students in Mrs. Turnipseed and Mrs. K. Tuck’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had some fun with gingerbread today. Each group made gingerbread houses and predicted if the gingerbread man/girl would float or not.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Choctaw County School District
January's Cafeteria Menu's have been posted on the new app and website for your viewing pleasure. Go check them out and get a jump start on the new year!!!
2 months ago, Choctaw County School District
Chris Threadgill
WES Pre- K students are working hard at their centers! #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Third grade students at Weir Elementary did a fabulous job getting everyone in the Christmas spirit today during their performance! Merry Christmas everyone!
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Superintendent Glen Beard
Awesome job by the CCHS Cheerleaders this afternoon at the State Cheering Competition in Jackson! #ImChargedUp
2 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Chris Threadgill
Good luck to our CCHS Charger Cheerleaders as they compete in the State Competition today! Get out and support these young ladies! #Beloudandproud #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Chargers in Charge. #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
CCCTC Sports Medicine students enjoyed making and hanging their ornaments on the Christmas tree! #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
CCCTC Construction and Carpentry students decorating the Christmas tree with the ornaments they made! #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
The CCJH Beta participated in a December service project by collecting blankets to send to Blair E. Baston Hospital. We are so proud of our students for collecting 38 blankets. This is such a great opportunity for our students to learn to help others in need.
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K students at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time at their parental involvement event on Friday with their family members. Singing, decorating gingerbread houses, and reading we’re on the agenda. Thank you to everyone who attended.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
1st graders at Ackerman Elementary School did an amazing job on their program on Friday. Students put on a great performance for the school and their family members. Thank you to everyone who attended!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES 6th grade Top Writers were treated to lunch from Weaver’s Restaurant on Friday! Great job students!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
5th graders in Mrs. Bruister’s PACE class at Ackerman Elementary School had their medieval presentations on Thursday. Students got to show off their creativity to a royal court of family members after their morning feast!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s PreK students at Ackerman Elementary brought the most canned food items for the Broken Wings Food Drive in November. They received a pizza party for their hard work. The students want to say thank you to Broken Wings.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
The 5th grade doctors at the Ackerman Elementary PACE Medical Plaza had a great day seeing patients and diagnosing “symptoms” of their friends and family in their own personal clinics. The students were able to inform the patients about their “illnesses” and explain treatment options and procedures that may be necessary to help them.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
3rd grade students at Ackerman Elementary School had a wonderful Grandparent’s Day Luncheon on Thursday! What a great turnout of family members who came to have lunch with the students!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Laura Prisock
Be sure to stop by the library and get a cup of hot chocolate with yummy toppings provided by the Culinary Arts Program!
2 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
WES 1st graders have enjoyed shopping in the Christmas store. #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
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
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Utley’s PACE students walked like Egyptians!!! 3rd Grade PACE presentations are a wrap, and they were AMAZING!! Thank you to everyone who came and supported the kids today as they presented their Egyptian Culture projects.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
On Monday, December 9th, some of our FCE 6th grade students volunteered to sing Christmas songs for the residents at the Nursing Home in Ackerman. We are so thankful for students that see the need to visit and bring smiles to our older generation!
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Bruister’s 3rd grade PACE students at Ackerman Elementary School had a great medieval feast before their presentations. The students did a wonderful job!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K students at Ackerman Elementary School went to the library on Wednesday to look at the decorated Christmas trees and for a Christmas story.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School staff had a great time on their “elf” hunt on Tuesday! Staff had to find the elf, snap a selfie, and then received a prize! #teamAES
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
The 2nd Grade PACE presentations with Mrs. Bruister’s class at Ackerman Elementary School went great. The students did a great job on their first presentations. A big thank you to each person who came out to support these kids!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Superintendent Glen Beard
Choctaw County School District will operate on a two hour delay tomorrow Wednesday December 11! This is due to the potential of hazardous travel conditions! Breakfast will NOT be served!
2 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Chris Threadgill
Culinary Arts level 2 students Nicholas Studdie and Elijah Lampard competed in an Iron Chef competition as a culmination of their first semester. The winning dish (by 1 point) was Nicholas Studdie! #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Charger Nation
The CCHS and CCJH bands did a great job tonight in their concert. Mr. Dobbs has done a wonderful job preparing them for tonight. #ChargerNation #ChargerFamily
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Laura Prisock
Fruit has arrived at CCCTC! Anyone who ordered can come pick up their fruit today!
2 months ago, Laura Prisock
Chris Threadgill
CCHS Choirs will be performing their Christmas Concert on Thursday, 12/19/19, at 6:00 PM at Ty Cobb. Admittance is $5.00 #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
CCHS and the CCJH Band will host a Christmas Concert tonight at 6:00 in the Ty Cobb Auditorium. Admission will be $2. #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
CCHS Chamber Singers performed Sunday morning, 12/8/19, at Enon Presbyterian. Great performance and wonderful service. #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
The 6th Grade PACE presentations with Mrs. Bruister’s class at Ackerman Elementary School went great, and students had a medieval feast before presentations. A big thank you to each person who came out to support these kids!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Our students have enjoyed decorating the CCCTC Christmas Tree. Each program's students have put their own spin on traditional "ornaments" to deck the halls in our building! Stay tuned for pictures from each program's ornament making!
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
The 6th Grade PACE presentations with Mrs. Utley‘s class at Ackerman Elementary School went great today, and the kids did an amazing job speaking to friends and family about the Ancient Greek Culture. A big thank you to each person who came out to support these kids!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
CCCTC Ag Power students have been busy working on fire pits and other projects recently!
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Catchot’s students at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job! These students are doing a wide variety of activities and are really working hard on their math skills.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Toombs and Mrs. Lewis enjoy reading to their students at Ackerman Elementary School.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School is sponsoring a toy and pajama drive for Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children. Donations can be sent to AES.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
CCSD
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
2 months ago, CCSD
Superintendent Glen Beard
Enjoyed hearing the high school singing groups this morning!
2 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Chris Threadgill
CCHS rewarded the 7th graders today for having the highest attendance rate for the semester. #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Allison Hulett's CCHS 1st period class won the school spirit competition. They won breakfast this morning. #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
SkillsUSA students traveled to the Mennonite Community in Brooksville to tour businesses in their content area. The Ole Country Bakery, Koehn Cabinets, and Grassy Ridge Gazebos gave students an in depth look into their process for daily production!
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
2nd graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time at their parental involvement event on Thursday. They had a special visitor read a story and decorated gingerbread houses with family members! There was a great turnout!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Congratulations to these three Charger Football Players on being selected All State: Trace Beard 1st team All State Punter Brady Brooks 1st team All State Center Calvin Talley 2nd team All State Defensive Tackle
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School who were “Top Writers” celebrated with lunch from Weavers. Great job students!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
AES 6th graders recently presented STATE floats to peers. Students chose a state to research, created a Christmas parade “float,” and are participating in the Great American Mail Race.
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School would like to thank the parent volunteers and the PTO for representing the school in the parade on Thursday night! The float was wonderful!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Bonjour! For day two of Christmas Around the World, Mrs. Miller’s class at Ackerman Elementary School traveled to France! They learned that advent calendars originated in France, so they made their own!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
CCSD
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
2 months ago, CCSD
Samantha Kelly
Congratulations to Ackerman Elementary School’s Chargers in Charge for the month of November. These students are doing an excellent job in their classrooms!
2 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Jessica Utley
A BIG THANK YOU to Lauren Jones for coming into Mrs. Utley's 3rd grade PACE classroom today to help the students learn all about Egyptian clothing and makeup. The kids had so much fun dressing up and taking pictures. We can't wait for PACE presentations next week!!
2 months ago, Jessica Utley
Charger Nation
The choirs will be hosting a Chicken Dinner fundraiser. Plates will be $6.00 on 12/19/19. Pickup will be at the CCHS Cafeteria between 3:15 PM to 6:00 PM. #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
CCHS Choirs we be performing their Christmas Concert on Thursday, 12/19/19, at 6:00 PM in Ty Cobb Auditorium. Admission is $5.00. #ChargerNation
2 months ago, Charger Nation
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Tuck and Ms. Logan’s Kindergarten Class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job in their centers. These students are working incredibly hard!
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Mr. Vance and the Ag Power and Machinery students have been making a fire pit to donate to the Catch-A-Dream foundation. The fire pit will be auctioned off at the annual Catch-A-Dream Banquet.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s class enjoyed writing rhyming words on the Promethean board today.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Today Mrs. Miller’s class at Ackerman Elementary School started their Christmas Around the World unit! They traveled to Mexico, read and worked with text evidence, and made their own Christmas piñatas!
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Busby’s Kindergarten Class made a visit to the PBIS Store to spend their Charger Bucks!
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
CCSD
Check out our new phone App! https://youtu.be/b6SDklQIfT4
3 months ago, CCSD
CCSD
Check out our new phone App!! https://youtu.be/b6SDklQIfT4
3 months ago, CCSD
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School‘s Fundraiser Pickup is December 3rd! Thank you to everyone who helped make the fundraiser such a great success.
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Congratulations to Mrs. Hollis and Mrs. Turnipseed for winning the Ackerman Elementary School Staff Perfect Attendance Drawing!
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Final from Dale Davidson Field. Noxubee 33. Chargers 14. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
4Q 1:20. Tylan Carter connects on a 45 yd a TD pass with Ques McNeal. PAT good by Trace Beard. Noxubee 33. Chargers 14. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
End of 3. Noxubee 33. Chargers 7. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
3Q 0:46. Hatcher with the 1 yard run. PAT was no good. Noxubee 33. Chargers 7. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
3Q 3:33. Windham with the 20yd run for the Tigers and converts the 2 point conversion. Noxubee 27. Chargers 7. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Score Correction. 3Q 9:25. Noxubee 19. Chargers 7. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
3Q 11:38. 1st play from scrimmage for the 2nd half. Kendall Coleman Jr with a 72 yd TD run. PAT good by Trace Beard. Noxubee 20. Chargers 7. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Halftime. Noxubee 20. Chargers 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
2Q 2:48. Defensive score by the Tigers. 2 point conversion failed. Noxubee 20. Chargers 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
2Q 10:09. 2 yd TD run by Hatcher. PAT no good. Noxubee 13. Chargers 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
End of 1. Noxubee 7. Chargers 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
1Q. 0:52. 10 yd TD pass by Windham. Noxubee 7. Chargers 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
It’s a great night for Charger football! Let’s go and win the North! 🏈 North Half Championship vs Noxubee Co. 📍 Dale Davidson Field 🕰 7:00 💰 $10 📻 WFCA #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Superintendent Glen Beard
Reminder tonight’s game kicks off at 7pm tickets are $10 set by MHSAA. State passes will be accepted. Game will also be on radio 107.9fm WFCA!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
Big game tonight for ChargerNation! Pack “The Dale” be loud and proud for our Chargers! 3A North Half Championship tonight on the line! Let’s get it #Family!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Chris Threadgill
Thanksgiving football practice in the books for our Chargers. Thanks to Kevin Null for providing food for the team! #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
After practice today, the Chargers were treated with food provided by Coach Joe Lynn Gant and Amber and Woody Vowell. Thanks for your support! Go Chargers! #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Superintendent Glen Beard
Central office is ready for Friday night! Round 4 North Half Championship! Let’s Go Chargers!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Chris Threadgill
Our Chargers are putting in the work! Getting focused and prepared for a huge Friday Night! #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Final from MVSU. Chargers 27. Amanda Elzy 8. Historic day for the Chargers as we advance to the north half game for the 1st time in school history and get to 11 wins. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
4Q 7:14. Fant gets the Panthers on the scoreboard with a 53 yard run. 2 point conversion good. Chargers 27. Amanda Elzy 8. #ChargerNatio
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
4Q 7:30. Kendall Coleman Jr with the 4 yard TD run. PAT good by Trace Beard. Chargers 27. Amanda Elzy 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
End of the 3rd. Chargers 20. Amanda Elzy 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
3Q 6:06. Tylan Carter hits Ques McNeal for the 15 yard TD pass. ThIs is the second time today this combination got on the scoreboard. PAT good by Trace Beard. Chargers 20. Amanda Elzy 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Halftime from MVSU. Chargers 13. Amanda Elzy 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
2Q 11:52. Tylan Carter with the 44 yard TD pass to Ques McNeal. Chargers 14. Amanda Elzy 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
End of 1Q. Chargers 7. Amanda Elzy 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
1Q 6:12. Another defensive score for the Chargers on the year. Brian Threadgill with the fumble recovery in the end zone. PAT good by Beard. Chargers 7. Amanda Elzy 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Support needed! Let’s all head to the Delta for a big time football game this afternoon! 🏈 Round 3 Take2 vs Amanda Elzy 📍 MVSU, Itta Bena 🕰 4:00 💰 $8 📻 WFCA 💻 Audio only Streaming on Facebook, YouTube, and WFCA #ChargerNation #LetsBringBackADub
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
The Chargers Football game vs Amanda Elzy has been postponed until 4pm tomorrow at Mississippi Valley State University campus at Itta Bena. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Choctaw County vs Amanda Elzy is postponed tonight and will resume tomorrow. It will start back at the 7:24 1Q with the Chargers in the red zone at the 5 yard line. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
It’s a rainy night for playoff football but let’s go!! 🏈 Round 3 vs Amanda Elzy 📍 Amanda Elzy 🕰 7:00 💰 $8 📻 WFCA 💻 Audio only Streaming WFCA website #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Rain/lightning delay at Amanda Elzy till 7:46. Chargers are in the red zone and will be facing a 3rd and goal when play resumes. Chargers 0. Amanda Elzy 0. 1Q 7:24. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Tucks's students at Ackerman Elementary School did a great job disguising their turkeys to keep them safe this Thanksgiving.
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Burdine's students at Ackerman Elementary School did a great job disguising their turkeys to keep them safe this Thanksgiving.
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
PreK students at Ackerman Elementary had “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” feast on Friday. The students read the book earlier in the week during class. On Friday, they ate toast, popcorn, pretzels, jelly beans, and jello like the characters in the book while they watched the movie.
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School in Mrs. Gammill and Mr. Richardson’s classes were rewarded for excellent behavior with a lunch from Bumpers on Friday.
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Students at Ackerman Elementary School are really enjoying the new sensory path at the school!
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
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
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Samantha Kelly
Pre-K students at Ackerman Elementary School had fun learning about Thanksgiving. During the week they made crafts and also dressed up for lunch!
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
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.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
After learning about Thanksgiving WES 1st grade plays Thanksgiving Bingo! #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Superintendent Glen Beard
Check out the new Choctaw County Chargers App! Search “Choctaw County Chargers” in your App Store or market place! It’s everything Chargers in your pocket!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Chris Threadgill
Ms. Conerly’s and Mrs. McKnight’s class at Weir Elementary enjoyed their lunch wearing their Pilgrim‘s hats. Thanks cafeteria workers for such a delicious lunch!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
7th Grade Parents stay connected with our Remind account. This account is for 7th grade news and information. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
8th Grade Parents stay connected with our Remind account. This account is for 8th grade news and information. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
9th-12th Grade Parents stay connected with our Remind account. This account is for students in grades 9th-12th. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
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
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
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 ccctchs@gmail.com. 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!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School had an amazing food drive to support Broken Wings. 1,404 pounds of food was donated!! Thank you to everyone who helped make the food drive a great success!
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s kindergarten class at WES did a great job disguising their Tom the Turkey to keep him safe this Thanksgiving.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Ms. Conerly’s and Mrs. McKnight’s students at Weir Elementary School are working hard in their centers. These students are striving for success! #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
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.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Ackerman Elementary School had some wonderful 1st grade office workers on Wednesday. These students helped organize items for the food drive, sorted and restocked the PBIS store, and delivered handouts! They worked hard and did a great job.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Mrs. Morrow’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a visit from Mrs. Loper on Wednesday. She completed a lesson with students using Stem Scopes that focused on the solar system and distance from the sun.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
The November Students of the Month for CCCTC in the Ag Power Program include: Peter Clark (Ag Power I) and Wyatt Baxter (Ag Power II).
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
The CCCTC November Students of the Month for the Construction/Carpentry programs include: Scottlan McNutt (Construction) and Jesse Hall (Carpentry).
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
The November CCCTC Students of the Month in the Culinary Arts programs include: Jaci Weeks (Culinary Arts I); Za'Raiyah Jones (Culinary Arts I); and Elijah Lampard (Culinary Arts II).
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
The November Students of the Month in the Health Science programs include: Mooka Hardin (Health Science Core); Morgan Fulgham (Health Science Core); Sierra Jones (Nursing); and Macy Cagle (Sports Medicine).
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
It is a busy day at CCCTC. Mr. Black's Construction & Carpentry students are building a toy box while Mr. Vance's Ag Power students are tackling a variety of tasks including grinding, welding, and replacing bolts!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
At CCCTC, Mr. Black's carpentry students worked with Mrs. Fondren to build a raised planting bed for use in the Culinary department. Mrs. Fondren's class will soon fill the raised planting bed with fresh herbs and vegetables to be used in kitchen labs.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
The CCCTC Sports Medicine Class utilized an Egg Drop Activity to simulate high energy impacts involving the head during contact sports. The students learned how helmets are designed to prevent traumatic brain injuries making helmets for their eggs before dropping them 20ft.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
CCCTC Students in Mrs. Stirewalt's Health Science Class replaced batteries and pads on the AED machines throughout campus. Nurse Beard gathered the information on specific supplies needed and allowed our students the opportunity to replace the expiring parts for the experience.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
The Choctaw County basketball teams will be in action on Thursday night against Starkville Academy. The varsity girls will tip off at 5:30 followed by the varsity boys. Come out and support our athletes.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Ackerman Elementary School had some wonderful 1st grade office workers on Wednesday. These students helped organize items for the food drive, sorted and restocked the PBIS store, and delivered handouts! They worked hard and did a great job.
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s kindergarten class at WES did a great job disguising their Tom the Turkey to keep him safe this Thanksgiving.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Samantha Kelly
Mrs. Morrow’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a visit from Mrs. Loper on Wednesday. She completed a lesson with students using Stem Scopes that focused on the solar system and distance from the sun
3 months ago, Samantha Kelly
Chris Threadgill
Students in Mrs. Barnett’s 3rd grade class at Ackerman Elementary School have been working on descriptive details in writing. Today, they had a pie tasting and wrote to describe the type of pie chosen.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Ackerman Elementary School’s food drive to support Broken Wings ends on Thursday! Don’t forget to send items to help stock the pantry!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Little Chargers at the Council House.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Shopping at the PBIS store was on the agenda for these 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School. Some students chose to save and some purchased items with their Charger Bucks! Good behavior and great character are helping these students earn lots of bucks!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Students in Mrs. Barnett’s 3rd grade class at Ackerman Elementary School had a busy few days!! Recently they became text feature surgeons!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Mrs. Chamblee has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on point in their stations. Students are able to focus on a wide variety of skills and have fun too!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Cagle have their kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School working in their centers. These kindergarten students are doing a great job!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Coach Smith has his AES students in PE working on their multiplication facts! The student who correctly answers the fact problem earns cups for their team to build the tallest tower!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
This WES class is having a great time constructing their plant mazes. Trial and error is a great teacher, they are working together to help their plants grow towards the light they create.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
FCE Kindergarten did a great job disguising their turkeys!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
CCHS would like to congratulate our 2019 Teacher of the Year Mellissa Stevens and our Paraprofessional of the Year Sara Smith. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Weir Elementary 4th graders honored Veterans with a spectacular performance last Thursday. Thank you to our Veterans for all that you do for us!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Weir Elementary School has a new sensory pathway in the new hallway. Fit for Kids says "this is a great way for kids to develop motor skills like balance, hand and eye coordination, and spatial awareness. We are excited about this new hallway for our students.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES 2nd grade students are learning about the importance of making connections and problem-solving with circuit breakers - important traits they will use in the real world. Teamwork is dream work!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Weir Elementary 4th graders honored Veterans with a spectacular performance last Thursday. Thank you to our Veterans for all that you do for us!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Second-grade students learn about the Respiratory system!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Math Assistant, Shawna Brooks works with WES second-grade students on their Math Fluency. Shawna, we are thankful for all of your hard work.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
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.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Reading is hard work when you are just learning. Kindergarten students at WES are putting lots of effort into reading books while they visit the library.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Region 4-3A Super 24 Team QB-Tylan Carter WR-Kendall Coleman OL-Brady Brooks OL-Josh Hall DL-Calvin Talley DL-Tabias Merritt LB-Brian Threadgill DB-Ques McNeal #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Region 4-3A 1st Team All District OL-Logan Stirewalt RB-Antonio Kennedy P/K-Trace Beard DL-Tyler Holman DL-Devaughn Miller LB-Isreal Whitmore DB-Chris White #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Region 4-3A 2nd Team All District OL-Chris Anderson OL-Kanden Utley WR-Preston Payne DB-Tyson Coleman DB-Dajaun Woods #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Final from Dale Davidson Field. Chargers advance to round 3. Chargers 35. Water Valley 28. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
4Q 3:45. Water Valley answers with a 38 yard TD pass from Truss. PAT good. Chargers 35. Water Valley 28. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
4Q 5:56. Calvin Talley! Yes, Calvin Talley with the 1 yard TD run. PAT good by Trace Beard. Chargers 35. Water Valley 21. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
3Q 2:49. Kendall Coleman scores a 10 yard TD run for the Chargers. PAT good by Trace Beard. Chargers 28. Water Valley 21. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
3Q 4:00. Water Valley strikes back in the 3rd with a long run. Chargers 21. Water Valley 21. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
2Q 0:15. 45 yard TD pass from Truss to Tolbert. PAT good. Chargers 21. Water Valley 14. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
2Q 5:19. Water Valley answers with a 1 yard TD run by Truss. PAT good. Chargers 21. Water Valley 7. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
2Q 8:50. Dicenzo Miller Jr with the 3 yard TD run. Miller’s 2nd of the night. Chargers 21. Water Valley 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
1Q 4:32. Tyson Coleman with the 52 yard pick six interception. Chargers 14. Water Valley 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
1Q 5:19. Dicenzo Miller Jr with the 8 yard TD run gets the Chargers on the board. Chargers 7. Water Valley 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
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
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Charger Nation
Tomorrow at CCHS is Charger Pride day for round two of the State Playoffs. Wear your charger gear and show your support for our team as they face Water Valley. Kickoff is at 7 P.M. Tickets are $8 at the gate. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
The Charger Basketball Team travels to play Leake Central Gators tonight.First Games starts at 5. Wish the players and coaches good luck and safe travels. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Chris Threadgill
WES 2nd graders cheer for the Charger Football players and celebrate with a group picture! #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES 1st grade spellers!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
STEM trampoline at WES!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten students make turkeys!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES 2nd grade students have been working hard on Author’s purpose!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES 2nd grade students learn about multiplication.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Mrs. McMullen helps WES kindergarten students as they find words they know in library books.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES students listen as we finish reading the novel, Bud not Buddy, set during the Great Depression in Social Studies class.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Dakota Brasher along with the CCHS basketball and baseball teams fed the football team after practice. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
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.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
On Wednesday, Mrs. Miller’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a glow day. Students worked on highlighting and explaining text evidence, played life size connect four, and glow Jenga!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
FCE 5th and 6th graders complete a "scavenger hunt" to find and learn various facts about Veteran's Day.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Ackerman Elementary School would like to congratulate Mrs. Bethany Busby for being selected as Teacher of the Year, and Mrs. Emily Trice for being selected as Paraprofessional of the Year! These ladies work extremely hard, and they do an amazing job each day!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
FCE 3rd graders were excited to welcome children from around the globe into their classroom. Children with the "His Little Feet" organization came and shared things about themselves and answered questions with the 3rd graders.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Students at CCCTC are all participating in a service project where they are taking part in the "100,000 Thank-Yous project" where they are part of hundreds of thousands of people across the country sending thank you notes to our troops overseas!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Culinary Arts 2nd Year Students recently learned how to fabricate chicken. They then used the chicken to make various chicken dishes, including Chicken Cordon Bleu.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Charger Nation
La'Genesis Johnson signed with Alcorn State University to play basketball. La'Genesis was also named a 2019 Dandy Dozen for Basketball. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Nation
Mrs. Goff's 1st period class won donuts and orange juice this morning. They were the first class to answer a trivia question about the Veterans' Day program from Monday. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Chris Threadgill
Students practiced their sterile technique skills while surgically carving "Patient Pumpkin".
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Ackerman Elementary School had staff members from Cadence Bank visit the school on Tuesday. The presenters discussed finances, how to manage money, and even discussed using debit and credit cards. The students learned a lot and were able to ask questions to the bank staff.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Students in Health Science are learning the importance of communication as a healthcare worker. The students partnered up and played a game here one student was given a picture and instructed their partner how to draw the image.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Joe McKnight recently visited CCCTC classes and spoke to students about the opportunities available through the Army National Guard.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Coach Smith has 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School rocking with a game of dodgeball. These students are having fun with one another and their teacher!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Culinary Arts students recently took a trip to Weidmann's Restaurant and Hotel and Restaurant Supply Store in Meridian, Ms. In addition to enjoying a well-prepared meal, students got see the behind the scenes operations of the hotel and restaurant!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
CCCTC Sports Medicine students learned how to safely spine board an injured athlete using the log roll and six man lift techniques. The students secured the injured athlete to the spine board in preparation for transport via ambulance.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
2nd Year Culinary Students from CCCTC recently visited MSU and toured the dairy farm, meat lab, and dairy plant!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Congratulations to the CCHS Band on receiving a $4000 grant today from the 4-County Electric Power Foundation. Exciting times for Mr. Bruce Dobbs and the Pride of Choctaw County!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
The Pre-K students at Weir had a good time singing with Kindergarten!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Mrs. Joelie Miller, a 5th grade teacher at Ackerman Elementary School, was selected as WCBI Educator of the Week. Mrs. Miller was nominated by one of her students, Destiny Martin. Tune in to WCBI on Wednesday night and Thursday to see the segment!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES wants to thank all of our Veterans for your service. We also want to give a shout out to our very own Julie Chase and not pictures Mark Bunn. We appreciate you!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Superintendent Glen Beard
Our Choctaw County School Board members attended the MS School Board Association Fall Leadership Conference in Jackson
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Chris Threadgill
Ms. Conerly’s and Mrs. Knight’s WES Kindergarten class had fun working in their centers.
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Nurse Karla came to visit Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s PreK students at Ackerman Elementary today to show us how to wash away the germs so we do not get sick. She showed us how germs spread and taught us a song to sing when washing our hands. Everyone received their own “Germ Pro” badge!
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
AES
Veterans Day program today at the Ty Cobb at 10 A.M. Come join us.
3 months ago, AES
Superintendent Glen Beard
The Choctaw County School District would like to say a special "Thank You" to all Veterans!!
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Chris Threadgill
Final from Dale Davidson Field. Chargers 28. Ruleville Central 12. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
4Q 1:31. Antonio Kennedy with the 11 yard TD run for the Chargers. PAT good by Trace Beard. Chargers 28. Ruleville Central 12. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
3Q 2:14. Big defensive play by Kendall Coleman Jr. with a 30 yard pick 6 interception return. PAT good by Trace Beard. Chargers 21. Ruleville 12. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Halftime. Chargers 14. Ruleville Central 12. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
2Q 4:26. Ruleville Central scores on a 3 yard TD run by Perez. 2 point conversion failed. Chargers 14. Ruleville 12. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
2Q 9:45. Dicenzo Miller Jr with another 4 yard TD run. PAT was good by Trace Beard. Chargers 14. Ruleville 6. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
1Q 0:39. Ruleville answers with a 9 yard TD pass. PAT no good. Chargers 7. Ruleville 6. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
1Q 2:05. Dicenzo Miller Jr. gets the Chargers on the scoreboard with a 4 yard TD run. PAT good by Trace Beard. Chargers 7. Ruleville Central 0. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Chris Threadgill
AES
4th graders at Ackerman Elementary had a wonderful field trip to the Small Town Harvest Festival!
3 months ago, AES
Charger Nation
MHSAA has set the price for tomorrow's playoff game at $8. This is a price set by MHSAA not by Choctaw County High School. Kick off is at 7 P.M. See you there. #ChargerNation
3 months ago, Charger Nation
Charger Athletics
Chargers Football wins at Hatley 31-7! Finish the regular season 8-3! Playoffs start next week at home against Ruleville Central! #Focused #SeasonStartsNow #NoTomorrow @CCSDchargers
4 months ago, Charger Athletics
Charger Media
Charger football travels to Hatley tonight for their final regular season game! If we aren’t able to stream we will provide live updates as often as possible through our social media accounts! Go Chargers!
4 months ago, Charger Media
Charger Media
We will try to update via Twitter and Facebook tonight from Hatley depending on phone signal strength! #Go Chargers
4 months ago, Charger Media
Superintendent Glen Beard
Please remain weather aware as our next big rain event approaches midweek!
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
CCSD Chargers
The students in the Weir Pre-K program had a great week learning about apples. They even made apple pies! They were delicious!!
5 months ago, CCSD Chargers
CCSD Chargers
6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School won week 4 of the school's attendance competition and celebrated with ice cream!!
5 months ago, CCSD Chargers