The Parent’s Corner
A paper survey will be furnished upon request.
Check out the Elementary Math Help Site and the great help videos!
(Click on photo to view site)
We have been asked why we need to change our instructional delivery. Here is a report conducted in Spring 2011 that explains why the need for change. Our students are being measured by a new more rigorous standard.
May 23—May 24 Extended Session (8:00–3:15)
School Closed—Monday, May 27 for Memorial Day
May 28—June 7 Extended Session (8:00–2:00)
Project Based Learning—What does it mean? How does it work? Why are we doing this in schools now?
This video and fact sheet will help answer some of your questions.
Tips for helping with homework
School is in session from 8:30 – 3:20
Chase City Highlights
Congratulations Mrs. Eckler! Mrs. Eckler is the Teacher of the Year for Mecklenburg County Schools!
Ms. Donna Wilson was honored by SVRTC for her dedication to technology support services for the county. The award was presented to her March 27 at Longwood.
Chase City Elementary School recently received a donation from Exxon Mobile Corporation’s Education Alliance program. This donation will be used to support math and science programs in our school. Mr. James Bohannon from Parker Oil presented the check to Mr. Taylor and Mrs. Keeton.
The Chase City Elementary Destination Imagination Team competed Saturday in Goochland and came in third place in the Wind Visible Challenge and received a team trophy and individual certificates for their accomplishment! Team members are Cindy Bouldin, Lindsey Parsons, Ronald DiLeo, Treyvon Scott, and Xavier Sturdifen. Congratulations to Mrs. Scarsellone and her team!
Mr. Kris Reed recently came by CCES to present Brenda Shobe, first grade teacher, with a gift from My Big Campus. Mrs. Shobe attended the recent district training and she has become colleagues with users in different parts of the country. A bundle she created will be featured in Around Campus. Pictured are Mr. Reed, Mrs. Shobe, and Mr. Taylor, CCES Principal
Click on my link below to see what has been happening this week at Chase City Elementary. Once you are on my My Big Campus page, click on “Pages” at the top.