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.
over 2 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Gift basket being given.
Mrs. Jean Maree McCulloch’s 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job on their writing!
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Writing
Writing
Writing
Writing
First year Culinary Arts students have been working with potatoes. They recently made garlic mashed potatoes, latkes, and Parmesan scalloped potatoes!
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
Potato
Potato
Gretchen Purtee from Sky Dental in Eupora came to speak to Pre-K students at Ackerman Elementary School about dental hygiene.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Pre-K
Pre-K
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!
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
Mr. Black
Sweeping
Second year Ag Power students are working on fundraiser projects using the GMAW process.
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
Welding
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.
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
Engines
Englines
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
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
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.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Pace
Pace
Pace
Pace
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!”
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
Cards
Cards
Cards
Good luck to our SkillsUSA team today as they go to district competition!
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
Skillsusa
CCHS Seniors had a great time at MSU today for their college visit! #ChargerNation
over 2 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Seniors visiting MSU.
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
over 2 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Isreal and Kendell signed football scholarships.
AES 6th graders named Top performers on Study Island skills from 2nd nine weeks were treated to milkshakes from Bumper’s. Keep working hard!
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Milkshakes
Milkshakes
Milkshakes
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!
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
SkillsUSA members treated the staff at CCCTC to a hot chocolate bar complete with yummy toppings! We love CTE Month and SkillsUSA week!
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
Hot chocolate
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
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock
Office
Ronda
2nd graders in Mrs. Amy Taylor’s class at Ackerman Elementary School are working on their simple and compound sentences.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a wonderful time on their field trip to the Ag and Forestry Museum!
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
:rd grade
3rd grade
3rd grade
3rd grade
CTE Fact #6 91% of high school graduates who earned 2-3 CTE credits enrolled in college. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
over 2 years ago, Laura Prisock