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A WAY TO HELP YOUR SCHOOL
Five Ponds Press Electronic Book Access
Exploring Science All Around Us
Student Edition address for students and teachers:
Username: VirginiaScience2345 (with capital letters V S)
Password: Scientist2345 (with a capital S)
This address gives students, parents and teachers access to the
grade level student textbooks with or without audio for grades 2-5.
Click on the cover of the textbook that you want to see
and then click on any chapter on the table of contents
page and you will be taken to that chapter.
Parent Portal Log in:
Check out the Elementary Math Help Site and the great help videos!
(Click on photo to view site)
Click above to sign up for School Messenger Alert System.
Chase City Highlights
On April 14, Mrs. Pauline Stokes and Mrs. Kimberly Martin, SNAP-ED agents with the Virginia Cooperative Extension presented Chase City Elementary with a banner and window clings promoting healthy eating and exercise. The initiative is called Eat Smart, Move More at School and Home.
On Thursday, April 14th, students at LaCrosse Elementary and Chase City Elementary schools participated in a joint recital held at South Hill Presbyterian Church. Hosted by the South Hill Music Club, fourth and fifth grade students at both school performed selections on the violins and keyboards. Thank you South Hill Music Club for giving our students the opportunity to showcase their talents. Special thanks to the music teachers at each school: LaTonya Stith, Marta Gonzalez-Hipps, Alexander Clegg (from Chase City Elementary) and Sarah Wilson, Patricia Barton, Spencer Smith (from LaCrosse Elementary).
Chase City Elementary School is excited to announce that Mrs. Tina Chipman has been selected by her colleagues as Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Chipman teaches second grade and has been at CCES since 2004.
Phantom in the Music Room
TEACHER OF THE YEAR
2015-2016 TEACHER OF THE YEAR IS SHELIA YOUNGER.