Teachers at Choctaw County High School wanted to share words of wisdom to the Class of 2020. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments. #ChargerFamily
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Letter
Important Information for incoming 7th Graders.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
letter
Ackerman Elementary School - As you come for your pickup and drop off dates, we will have a place to take photos for the students for their “last day of school.” If students aren’t able to come with you on their assigned day, you’re more than welcome to bring them back for pictures at a time that is convenient and safe for your family. The photo station will be set up today, May 15th, from 8-3 and May 18th through May 20th from 8-3. Please call the school with any questions you may have.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Photo
https://youtu.be/0b1aR7WpGfI "The Energy Bus" part 2 read aloud by Mrs. Wise with permission from Wiley and Sons Inc. #WeirExcellenceShines
over 2 years ago, Julie Chase
WES read aloud by Mrs. Wise
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Virtual Awards Ceremony! Is on its way in the next few minutes. Thank you for being patient.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
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Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
Ackerman Elementary School- The two attachments give drop off and pickup times for AES students. These times allow for pickup of items left at the school including workbooks for extra summer practice and for drop off of school items. At this time we are only doing an Awards Day for our 6th grade graduates. A different day will be done to celebrate awards for all other students in the school. Please feel free to call or email the school with any questions.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Kelly
6th grade
Prek through 5th
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Senior
Teachers at Choctaw County High School wanted to share words of wisdom to the Class of 2020. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments. #ChargerFamily
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Teachers
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Senior
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?
over 2 years ago, Julie Chase
WES Math Activities
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Senior
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
Teachers at Choctaw County High School wanted to share words of wisdom to the Class of 2020. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments. #ChargerFamily
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
College
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Senior Spotlight! Class of 2020.
Awards Ceremony Announcement!
over 2 years ago, Charger Nation
Awards Day