The Parent’s Corner
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Packets to go home Monday, Nov. 18
Check out the Elementary Math Help Site and the great help videos!
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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.
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
Chase City Highlights
Mrs. Arrington, Mrs. Sturdifen, Mr. Ferrell and Mr. Taylor recently attended the Scholastic Reading Summit in Richmond. Along with attending keynote and breakout sessions, they got to meet author Andrea Davis Pinkney. Ms. Pinkney has written several childrens books.
Chase City Elementary School is very fortunate to receive a donation from New Hope Baptist Church. The money collected will help support programs at our school. Pictured are LeAnne Mull, CCES teacher, and Lisa Gillespie, representing New Hope Baptist Church.
Pre-K tells everyone that School Is Cool. Pictured is Ms. Medina and Mrs. Hill’s Pre-K class.
Chase City Elementary would like to say THANK YOU to the CC Hard Riders for their generous donation of supplies for our students! Pictured with some fourth graders are Shawn White, representing the CC Hard Riders and Frederick Taylor, CCES Principal.
Chase City Ruritan Club recently made a donation to CCES to support Project HOPE. Pictured are Kelly Colgate, CCES guidance counselor and Cathy Halbert of the Ruritan Cub.
The Lioness Club made a donation to support instructional programs at CCES. Pictured are Mrs. Faye Myrick, Treasurer and Frederick Taylor, Principal.
Congratulations Mrs. Eckler! Mrs. Eckler is the Teacher of the Year for Mecklenburg County Schools!
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.