Superintendent Glen Beard
Administrators and medical personnel continue to work together to plan ways to have traditional start to school. Plans hope to be posted next week. Working on options for parents.
3 days ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
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
22 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
23 days ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Superintendent Glen Beard
CCSD is planning on a tradition 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!
23 days ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
CCSD
Please take a moment to fill out our School Reintroduction Family Feedback survey. https://forms.gle/hbBn7R1P2ppRKYaMA Thank you, and KEEP CHARGING FORWARD!!
30 days ago, CCSD
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
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
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
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 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
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
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/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/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
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/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/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/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
https://youtu.be/CilAEinuGrg Congratulations, First Grade! We are proud of you! You have worked very hard all year! We love you and miss you! Have a great, safe, and fun summer!
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
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
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 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
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
Chris Threadgill
Smiles to go is still available to serve our schools through teledentistry. Below are the links to the Smiles to Go app and eVisit website for students. Android App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.evisit.app.smilestogodentistry iPhone App https://apps.apple.com/us/app/smiles-to-go-dentistry/id1490004846?ls=1 Desktop site https://s2g.evisit.com
about 1 month ago, Chris Threadgill
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
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
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 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
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
Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/0b1aR7WpGfI "The Energy Bus" part 2 read aloud by Mrs. Wise
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
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?
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
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?
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
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
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
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
about 1 month ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Science Experiment/STEM Activity https://youtu.be/ojxKbz03zJ0
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 3D 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
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
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
Julie Chase
https://youtu.be/fKeZmhByspM WES teachers this is take two for Teacher's Appreciation Week.
2 months ago, Julie Chase
Chris Threadgill
Thank you to all our Teachers! We appreciate your hard work and dedication. Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
2 months ago, Chris Threadgill
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
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
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
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 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
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
2 months ago, CCSD
CCSD
If you have students at CCSD please take a minute to fill out our Family Digital Readiness Survey to help us better prepare for technology needs in the future. Thank you! https://forms.gle/6uS2LoMYgAM919YU9
2 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?
2 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
2 months ago, Julie Chase
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
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 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
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
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
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
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
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
Julie Chase
CCSD now has worksheet bundles available on our website bulletin board http://www.choctawsd.ms If you would like to have a paper copy please send a request email to helpwes@choctawsd.ms include the child or children's name(s), and address the packet is to be mailed to.
3 months ago, Julie Chase
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! #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
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
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 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
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
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 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
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
Julie Chase
If you have tried to get on EPIC. Good news - students can log onto EPIC with their class code for free during normal school hours. Teachers using EPIC have sent class codes out through Class Dojo. Thank you! Have an AWESOME Day!
3 months ago, Julie Chase
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.
3 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
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
Julie Chase
Have fun building different challenges with LEGO bricks - if you want, send a picture of the challenge to your teacher using Class DoJo!
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Superintendent Glen Beard
Feeding Program Information and Instructions!
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
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
Julie Chase
WES students new online READING resource for FREE stories.audible.com
4 months ago, Julie Chase
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
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
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
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
Julie Chase
WES Virtual Spirit Week
4 months ago, Julie Chase
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
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
Superintendent Glen Beard
Choctaw County Schools will be extend spring break though next week out of caution to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. There will be no games, practices or extracurricular activities! The safety of not only our students is a priority but also our wonderful communities.
4 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
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
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
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
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
Julie Chase
2nd Grade students measure how far their team cars roll from different heights.
4 months ago, Julie Chase
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
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
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!
4 months ago, Julie Chase
Chris Threadgill
WES Chargers in Charge!
4 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Julie Chase
Ms. Coffey's science class was having fun competing in a Study Island Challenge. One of her students was the teacher for the day - he was running the challenge & competing in it. Students love competing, seeing the leader board change - it's different & encourages discussion!
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES $3500 STEM Grant from TVA/4-County. ​Principal Denson wanted to get STEM resources for teachers in each classroom. The grant was written to create a STEM Teacher Resource Library. Thank-you TVA and 4-County for investing in our students and teachers educational success!
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
FEBRUARY 21st at 1 PM WES 5th Grade Program & Talent Show
5 months ago, Julie Chase
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
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
Julie Chase
Students in Mrs Martin’s 1st grade class were learning about nouns, verbs and adjectives.
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
1st Grade Students teach about graphs
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
2nd Grade Student gets Birthday visit from Mom!
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
2nd Grade students teach about multiplication
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. Conerly’s and Mrs. McKnight’s Kindergarten class had a busy week reading A.R. books and practicing reading skills.
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES 2nd graders studied the Life Cycle of a Pumpkin this week. Friday we made pumpkin muffins as a treat. The children enjoyed making and eating them.
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
1st Grade Reading Buddies before heading home!
5 months ago, Julie Chase
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
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
Julie Chase
2nd Grade Students working hard on their AM!
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Charger Store - Rewards
5 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Second Grade students are working hard on their graphic organizers!
5 months ago, Julie Chase
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
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten 100th Day. #ChargerNation
5 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Pre-K students had a great time celebrating the 100th day of school!!
6 months 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!
6 months 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!
6 months 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.
6 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s class have had a great start to second semester.
6 months 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!
6 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES 2nd grade is working hard on graphic organizers!
6 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s class have had a great start to second semester.
6 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Julie Chase
WES Students love their teachers!
6 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
L.O.W.E.S seating - Letting Our Weir Excellence Shine
6 months ago, Julie Chase
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!
6 months ago, Chris Threadgill
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.
6 months ago, Chris Threadgill
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.
6 months ago, Chris Threadgill
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!
6 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
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
7 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Julie Chase
Christmas Dance Kindergarten through Second
7 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Weir Cafeteria Staff
7 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Weir Students sing at the Ackerman Nursing Home
7 months ago, Julie Chase
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.
7 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES is working on Author’s Purpose! #ChargerNation
7 months ago, Chris Threadgill
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!
7 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Pre- K students are working hard at their centers! #ChargerNation
7 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!
7 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Chargers in Charge. #ChargerNation
7 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Julie Chase
Donuts Anyone?
7 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Second Grade Readers
7 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Fifth Grade Readers Excel!
7 months ago, Julie Chase
Chris Threadgill
WES 1st graders have enjoyed shopping in the Christmas store. #ChargerNation
7 months ago, Chris Threadgill
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!
7 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
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
7 months ago, CCSD
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
7 months ago, CCSD
Stan Lester
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
7 months ago, Stan Lester
CCSD
Check out our new phone App! https://youtu.be/b6SDklQIfT4
7 months ago, CCSD
Chris Threadgill
WES Kindergarten students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s class enjoyed writing rhyming words on the Promethean board today.
7 months ago, Chris Threadgill
CCSD
Check out our new phone App! https://youtu.be/b6SDklQIfT4
7 months ago, CCSD
CCSD
Check out our new phone App!! https://youtu.be/b6SDklQIfT4
7 months ago, CCSD
CCSD
Check out our new App! https://youtu.be/iFb7TaqXuN8
7 months ago, CCSD
Chris Threadgill
After learning about Thanksgiving WES 1st grade plays Thanksgiving Bingo! #ChargerNation
8 months ago, Chris Threadgill
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!
8 months ago, Chris Threadgill
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.
8 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
8 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.
8 months ago, Chris Threadgill
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.
8 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.
8 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!
8 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.
8 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!
8 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!
8 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Second-grade students learn about the Respiratory system!
8 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.
8 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.
8 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.
8 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Julie Chase
Weir Elementary School 2nd Grade students cheer for Charger football players and celebrate with a group picture.
8 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES 1st Grade Spellers!
8 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
STEM Trampoline
8 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES Kindergarten Students make Turkeys
8 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
WES 2nd Students Grade have been working hard on Author’s Purpose!
8 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Second Grade students learn about multiplication
8 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Mrs. McMullen helps kindergarten students as they find words they know in library books.
8 months ago, Julie Chase
Julie Chase
Students listen as we finish reading the novel, Bud Not Buddy, set during the Great Depression in Social Studies class.
8 months ago, Julie Chase
Chris Threadgill
The Pre-K students at Weir had a good time singing with Kindergarten!
8 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!
8 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
Ms. Conerly’s and Mrs. Knight’s Kindergarten class had fun working in their centers.
8 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Chris Threadgill
WES Christmas Store information.
8 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Superintendent Glen Beard
The Choctaw County School District would like to say a special "Thank You" to all Veterans!!
8 months ago, Superintendent Glen Beard
Julie Chase
Second Grade students learn about education
8 months ago, Julie Chase
Chris Threadgill
WES Candy Fundraiser Winners: 1st Zarria Smith, 2nd Chance Miller, 3rd Bryson Allred.
8 months ago, Chris Threadgill
Stan Lester
This is another test.
8 months ago, Stan Lester
Stan Lester
Testing Live feed!
8 months ago, Stan Lester
Stan Lester
This is a test!
8 months ago, Stan Lester
Stan Lester
This is a test.
8 months ago, Stan Lester