A student at Weir Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and all close contacts have been notified. If you have not received a call from the school, your child was not identified as a close contact. Thank you for your support and understanding throughout these difficult times.
**POWERLIFTING INFORMATION** Boys and Girls Powerlifting practice will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 19th. Participants need to see Coach Wood on Tuesday morning to pick up their practice schedules. Participants must have a current physical on file before they can participate.
**ARCHERY INFORMATION** Archery practice will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 19th after school. All participants need to meet Coach Young in the lobby of the Ty Cobb. You must have a current physical on file in order to participate.
SCHEDULE REMINDER Please remember that the Mid-Mississippi Basketball Challenge scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 16th has been postponed for this year. There will be no basketball games for the Chargers or Lady Chargers this weekend.
Just a reminder that the Mid-Mississippi Basketball Challenge scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 16th will not be played this year. We hope to have this annual event back on the schedule in 2022. Thanks for your understanding.
**SOFTBALL TRYOUT INFORMATIION** The second day of softball tryouts will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 20. Tryouts will begin at 1:30. All participants need to meet Coach Steele at the park for the tryouts. Thanks again for your understanding.
**BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK** Tuesday, Jan. 12th: Varsity Girls and Boys @ Houston 6:00 Tip-off Thursday, Jan. 14th: Junior Varsity Boys, Varsity Girls and Boys vs. Aberdeen at Ty Cobb; JV will Tip-off at 5:00
Due to the possibility of roads freezing tonight, CCHS will operate on a two hour delay schedule Tuesday, Jan 12th. We will have bus/car drop off times from 9:20 am to 9:35 am. Classes will begin at 9:40 am. Be safe!
ATTENTION !!! SOFTBALL TRYOUT INFORMATION Due to the weather and field conditions, the 2nd day of softball tryouts has been postponed. We are currently looking at Jan. 18th (MLK Holiday) at a tentative make-up date. The finalized date and time will be announced ASAP.
Any 7th - 12th grade student interested in participating in powerlifting needs to contact Coach Wood by Monday, Jan. 11.
French Camp Elementary School Term 2 Honor Roll Superintendent’s List 1st Grade – Rylee Kate Griffin, Brighton Martin, Eden Martin, Luke McCoy, Harper McDaniel, Tristan Rabun, Knox Stanford, Anna Elizabeth Thompson 2nd Grade – Luke Dees, Charly Kay Riddell 6th Grade – Amberlyn Hutchinson, Luke Thompson Principal’s List 1st Grade – Sam Chesteen, Josiah Erving-Scott, Kaylie Marlow, Kylie Marlow 2nd Grade – Jay Ferguson, Elly Geiser, Mason Ramage, Raelyn Shearer 3rd Grade – Jaleigha Johnson, Britton Rushing, Bentley Steadman 4th Grade – Robert Bentley, Collin Hooten, Easton Hunt, Marcus Lacey, Grey Martin, Reagan McCoy, Madison Sumners, Joshua Thomas 5th Grade – Emmett Breazeale, Kyle Grice, Ty Martin, Kambrie Perry, Jackson Rushing 6th Grade – Bella Davis, Rebecca Gilbert, Anderson Littlejohn
French Camp Elementary School Semester 1 Honor Roll Superintendent’s List 1st Grade – Sam Chesteen, Rylee Kate Griffin, Brighton Martin, Eden Martin, Luke McCoy, Knox Stanford, Anna Elizabeth Thompson 2nd Grade – Luke Dees, Charly Kay Riddell 4th Grade – Joshua Thomas 5th Grade – Kambrie Perry 6th Grade – Rebecca Gilbert, Amberlyn Hutchinson, Luke Thompson Principal’s List 1st Grade – Josiah Erving-Scott, Kaylie Marlow, Kylie Marlow, Harper McDaniel, Tristan Rabun 2nd Grade – Jay Ferguson, Elly Geiser, Jayce Holly, Araylee Mooney, Mason Ramage, Boston Rushing, Raelyn Shearer, Aly White 3rd Grade – Nate Banga, Savannah Holly, Jaleigha Johnson, Britton Rushing, Bentley Steadman 4th Grade – Robert Bentley, Collin Hooten, Easton Hunt, Marcus lacey, Grey Martin, Reagan McCoy, Madison Sumners 5th Grade – Emmett Breazeale, Kyle Grice, Ty Martin, Jackson Rushing 6th Grade – Bella Davis, Shaine Hagemore, Anderson Littllejohn
CCHS began the hybrid schedule today. It allowed our students to spread out and receive instruction from our teachers. By implementing the hybrid schedule, we hope to limit the number of close contact exposures. CCHS thanks the parents, students, and community members for their support as we face the challenges of this school year! #ChargerNation
Chargers and Lady Chargers will be back in action tomorrow night. Tip-off will be at 6:00 for girls with boys immediately following. Senior night ceremonies will take place between the two games. You must have a voucher in order to purchase a ticket.
Softball tryouts for 7th-12th graders will be held on Wednesday and Friday of this week. Girls will need to have a current physical on file prior to tryouts. Tryouts will begin at 3:15 on the softball field both days. Contact Coach Steele if you have any questions.
Parents: If you have been unable to activate a health portal account for your child, please be patient. When your child returns to school next semester, we will be sending home specific information that is needed in order for you to gain access to their health portal account. Thank you for your patience and may you all have a SAFE a Merry Christmas!
Please join us in watching the Choctaw County Junior High Choir preform their 2020 Christmas Cantata. https://youtu.be/zzX1BjR6ef0
Herff Jones will come to CCHS to pick up senior graduation supply orders on Thursday, December 10 at 8:30 am. The Herff Jones representative met with students last week and passed out packets. If your student did not receive a packet, they may come by the office and pick one up. If they are quarantined, please have someone who is not under quarantine come by and pick up a packet. These orders can also be placed online for any student who cannot make it tomorrow.
Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s PreK students at Ackerman Elementary had a Polar Express pajama party on Tuesday. They made jingle bell necklaces and reindeer food, painted Christmas trees with forks, read The Polar Express book and watched the movie, and had a hot chocolate and donut snack to end the day. #teamAES
Congratulations to our top fruit-fundraiser sellers for the Sports Medicine Class 2020-2021. Morgan Fulgham (1st place), Luke Beard (2nd place), and Akira Taylor (3rd place) were the top sellers, and they are taking home cash prizes for their efforts. The proceeds from the fruit-fundraiser help to fund the Sports Medicine Class student organization (HOSA) as well as other class activities. So, a big THANKS to all those who participated in the fruit-fundraiser!
The students at Weir Elementary School were ecstatic this week when they first saw their new school bus! Pictured is Mr. Snyder checking to see that all the students are safe and ready for the trip home in their new ride. WES is thankful for our newest bus and for all our bus drivers who take care of our students.
The FCE family is mourning the loss of one of our own this morning. Mr. Miller's contagious, huge smile and his heart for his Lord and the people around him will be deeply missed. Mr. Miller impacted staff and students alike with his cheerful, servant spirit and gentle, kind attitude. We are so grateful to have had the privilege of knowing him. Please join us in praying for his wife and family and the FCE family as well.
Basketball Reminder!! Junior high girls and boys as well as high school girls and boys will be in action tomorrow night at Nanih Waiya. Games will tip off at 4:00. Hope to see you there.
Due to COVID-19 issues, the basketball games scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5th have been cancelled. Information concerning a make-up date will be released as soon as plans have been finalized. Thanks for your continued support and understanding.
Students of all ages at Weir Elementary School love to read Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes by Eric Litwin and James Dean. The book helps young students learn colors and sight words. It encourages everyone to just keep going no matter what happens, because things will get better if you have the same kind of attitude that Pete has. Pictured is a kindergarten student reading the book with lots of expression.
GAMEDAY REMINDERS -Varsity Girls only vs. Eupora -6:00 Tip Off -Mask must be worn while in the gym -Please practice social distancing -Family groups should be seated together Thanks for your help and assistance during these situations
December Menus have been updated for your convenience. Check out what your Charger will be having for breakfast and lunch this coming month.
Basketball Schedule for week: Tues: Varsity Girls Only vs. Eupora at Ty Cobb, 6:00 Tip Off Thur: 8th Grade Boys/Girls; Varsity Girls; Varsity Boys @ Nanih Waiya; 4:00 Tip Off Sat: JV Boys, Varsity Girls, Varsity Boys @ Starkville Academy; 2:00 Tip Off
If your child or someone in your household test positive for COVID-19 or if they have had a direct exposure to someone who test positive for COVID-19 during Thanksgiving break, please contact the school by emailing helpWES@choctawsd.ms We hope you have a safe and happy holiday! Thank you! Karla Beard, RN, BSN Choctaw County School District Nurse
While on Thanksgiving break, if your CCHS student or anyone living in the same home as your CCHS student is tested for COVID-19 or if your CCHS student has been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please contact the school by emailing email@example.com. Please stay safe during the holiday!
FCE Parents: If your child tests positive for COVID-19 or is directly exposed to someone with Covid-19 during the Thanksgiving holiday, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you have a wonderful holiday and look forward to seeing students back at school on Monday, November 30.
Progress Reports are available today. If a student is at home and would like a printed copy, please email (email@example.com) or call (662-285-4101) the school. We can print one for you. Grades can be seen on Active Parent as well. Happy Wednesday!
SCHEDULE UPDATE The basketball games scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 19th vs. Starkville Academy have been moved to Dec. 5th. Thanks again for you patience and support.
Schedule Updates!! Due to circumstances beyond our control, all basketball games scheduled for Nov. 16th & 17th have been cancelled. Information about make up dates will be released as soon as all details have been worked out. We appreciate your patience and continued support.
WES 2nd Grade students are using their addition with regrouping to add their grocery bill for their "Friendsgiving Meal". 2nd grade students have been learning about money - counting; writing dollars and cents; and changing dollar and cents. They are really doing a good job - now they are writing a story about their "Friendsgiving Meal". Mrs. Chase is very proud of your work! #WeirExcellenceShines
Mrs Utley’s 2nd grade students at Ackerman Elementary School were able to “dissect” chicken eggs last week while learning about birds in their All About Animals unit. They definitely enjoyed getting their fingers all sticky while learning about the parts of a bird egg and how a baby bird is formed. They turned this activity into an art lesson and created unique art to depict what they learned. It was an Amazing Animal day! #teamAES
Ticket Voucher Update We will have vouchers available until 12:00 tomorrow at the CCHS office. Please remember that a voucher is required in order to purchase a ticket at the gate.
Vouchers for tomorrow night’s game at Amory are now available to the public. They can be picked up at CCHS until 5:00. We have plenty available.
Starting Tomorrow for all 9th through 12th grade students--Lunch pickup at CCHS will be in the cafeteria parking lot from 10-12. Students do not have to be present to get a lunch.
WES first grade students get in shape using geoboards. MSU student teacher conducted the center lesson and did a great job. The students were engaged and interacting with the teacher. Students completed a four-part lesson and showed mastery of their shapes in this lesson. Way to go little chargers! #WeirExcellenceShines!
If you visit Weir Elementary School, you are likely to see Mr. Ballard having a great time entertaining the children. Children are simply drawn to him. Here he is pictured reading a book about manners to the kindergarten class. He fills in as a substitute any place he is needed at WES. We appreciate his dedication to our school family.
FOOTBALL TOCKET INFO. All participants (football, cheer, band, etc.) will be able to pick up the allotted amount of ticket vouchers tomorrow and until 2:30 on Thursday. All vouchers not claimed will be made available to the general public from 3:30 - 5:00 on Thursday. Vouchers can be redeemed at the gate at Amory on Friday. Tickets will be $8 each.
The basketball games scheduled for Thursday have been cancelled due to COVID issues with the opposing school. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your patience.
Due to community exposures to COVID-19 which have affected some of our teachers, students, and substitute teachers, the 9th-12th graders will return to virtual learning beginning Thursday, Nov. 12th. Students will be able to return on Nov. 30th after Thanksgiving holidays. Extracurricular activities will still be allowed. Students who have been placed in quarantine should remain in quarantine until their specified date. Students will be given information tomorrow to assist in this process. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We appreciate your support during this time.
The basketball games scheduled for today at Winona have been postponed. Information about when those games will be played will be released as soon as the final details have been decided. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience during these times.
Schedule Change Due to unforeseen circumstances, the junior high basketball games at Eupora will be rescheduled. The information concerning the make-up date will be published as soon as a final date is chosen. We apologize for the short notice.
Students in 1st grade are learning about the digestive system. The student teacher read them a book, completed some fun worksheets; and completed a two-part hands-on experiment about the digestive system. The student teachers did a great job and the students enjoyed the experiment. #WeirExcellenceShines
5th Grade is learning about the food web and food chains in Mrs. Hunt’s class. Also 5th grade observed the physical/chemical changes of items brought by the students. Today marks a month since the placement of the items in cups and needless to say lots of physical and chemical changes occurred! All smiles on this beautiful Friday! #5thgraderocks
2nd Grade students had a great time at the Fall Festival. The students did a ROCK WALL Challenge, played HOOP Challenge, had a toy and snack walk, and enjoyed the Bouncy house & Slide. What a great day! Thank you to all who put it together to make it happen and thank-you to all the workers who made the day fun for the students! WeirExcellenceShines!
Jr. High basketball will host Kosciusko tomorrow night at The Cobb. Games will be 7th girls and boys followed 8th girls and boys. Tip-off will start at 5 PM. Admission is $7.
Junior High Basketball on Thursday All four junior high teams will be playing at the "The Cobb" on Thursday, Nov. 5th vs. Kosciusko. Tickets will be sold at the door for $7. Order of Games: 7th Girls: 5:00 7th Boys: 6:00 8th Girls: 7:00 8th Boys: 8:00
The 6th grade gifted students at AES held a Mock Presidential Election on Monday to conclude their unit on the constitution and the election process. Each gifted student got the opportunity to be poll workers or poll marshal as each 2nd through 6th grade student voted at their appointed precinct. After a long day, the votes were counted and Donald J Trump was determined the winner after receiving 227 votes to Joe Biden’s 90 votes. #teamAES
Today's Game Information Junior High and Varsity Girls basketball teams will be in action at Ethel today. Junior high boys tip off at 5:00 followed by junior high girls and Varsity girls. Tickets will be sold at the door for $6. Come out and support our Chargers!!
Please take a moment to listen to all the exciting things happening at CCSD. https://youtu.be/yi4YvA0lCsk And always remember #KeepChargingForward
2nd grade decorated their classroom pumpkin to match the book Snow White and the seven dwarfs. The challenge: Decorate a class pumpkin in 30 minutes. Each student had specific jobs to complete to get it done. The boys put a base coat on the pumpkin, and while it dried, they worked on the forest setting. Then four different students painted blue for her dress. The girls made the hair, and the student-teacher put the blue glitter on. The students made the mouth out of modeling clay then glued the eyes and mouth on the pumpkin. Finally, each student that was a dwarf, made a little dwarf using a small apple with a hat, eyes, button nose, and cotton beard. The students did a great job with teamwork. #WeirExcellenceShines!
Mrs. Chamblee’s students at Ackerman Elementary School conducted a Glow Edgar Allan Poe escape room Thursday & Friday. Students worked extremely hard on comprehension, literary devices, vocabulary, & decoding skills. Students had to complete each set of skills to find keys for six missions in order to escape! #teamAES
All 9th-12th Graders may contact their teachers by email, Google Classroom, Remind or by calling/emailing the school. Our teachers are available each school day! #ChargerFamily
REMINDER Junior high basketball will be in action tonight at home vs. Louisville. Both girls games will be played first followed by two boys games. Tip off will be 5:00. Tickets will be sold at the door for $7.
Football will host Hatley Friday Night at Dale Davidson Field at 7 PM. Senior Recognition will also take place Friday night. Tickets will be $7 and sold at the gate.
Jr. High Basketball will host Louisville tomorrow night at The Cobb for four contests. 7th and 8th Girls followed by 7th and 8th Boys. Tickets are $7 and will be sold at the door.
Lunch pickup at CCHS in the cafeteria parking lot from 10-12. Students do not have to be present to get a lunch.
JR. HIGH BASKETBALL INFORMATION Junior high will be on the road on Tuesday vs. East Webster. Tip off is at 5:00. They will be playing at home vs. Louisville on Thursday. Tip off at 5:00. Tickets will be $7 at the gate. Jr high girls will play first followed by jr high boys.
Tickets for tonight’s JV football game vs. Kosciusko will be sold at the gate. Cost is $7. Kickoff is set for 6:00.
Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s PreK students at Ackerman Elementary went on a fall leaf hunt on Friday. They looked for leaves from different types of trees and leaves that had already changed colors. Some of the students even found other nature items such as sticks, sweet gum balls, and acorns. #teamAES
Last call for football tickets. They will be sold until 2:15 in the office.
Our cheerleaders are in competition with Noxubee County for the WTVA cheerleading squad of the week. Please go over to Instagram and like this picture to help them out! #CCHS #ChargerNation https://www.instagram.com/p/CGpqI0bnTlR/?igshid=1sxir85198c2c
Fifth grade students are really excelling in meeting Accelerated Reader goals. They are rewarded as they work toward their goals each week. If a student scores 100 on an AR test, he or she gets a reward coupon for a chance at a shopping spree. Students take their reward coupons to the office. They place them in a box for a drawing that will be held in December and again at the end of the school year. Students whose names are chosen get to select items they want to purchase.
We still have 100 tickets left for tonight’s football game at Noxubee County. Don’t miss the chance to see the Chargers play for a division championship. Tickets are $8 and will be sold till 12:00 today.
SCHEDULE CHANGE The junior high basketball games scheduled for Monday have been cancelled due to circumstances beyond the control of CCHS. Information about rescheduling the game will be provided as soon those decisions have been made.
ATTENTION The Junior Varsity football team has had a game scheduled for Monday, Oct. 26th at 6:00. They will be playing Kosciusko at Dale Davidson field. Tickets will be sold at the gate for $7. No junior high games will be played.
As a precautionary measure, CCHS students in grades 9-12 will be virtual beginning Oct. 26th through Nov. 6th with students returning on Nov. 9th. Students will receive information on Fri. Oct. 23rd to assist in this process. We will post information on our website as well. Students who were placed in quarantine should remain in quarantine until their specified date. Our number one goal is to provide a learning environment that will keep our faculty and students as safe as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We appreciate your support during this challenging time.
Grades 9 - 12 will change to Distance Learning beginning Monday October 26 through November 6. Click on this link for more information. https://5il.co/mdxy #KEEPCHARGINGFORWARD
ATTENTION Charger online store closes at midnight tonight. Don’t miss out on a great opportunity!!
**TICKET INFORMATION** CCHS VS. NOXUBEE COUNTY FRIDAY, OCT. 23RD Tickets will be sold to participants (players, cheerleaders, band, etc) all day on Wednesday and until the end of 6th period on Thursday. Tickets will be sold to the public from 3:30 to 5:00 on Thursday and 9-12 on Friday. Tickets are $8. No tickets will be sold at the gate on Friday. We have be allocated 250 tickets.
The 6th grade PACE students in Mrs. Utley’s class at Ackerman Elementary School really focused in on what attributes and characteristics they want in their country’s next leader while studying the constitution and the 2020 presidential election. Each student used magazines and other resources provided by community members to locate words, pictures, and phrases to create a “leadership collage”. It’s all about each student’s perspective of what being a leader really means to them! #teamAES
🚨 REMINDER 🚨 The online Charger Store will CLOSE Wednesday, October 21st, at midnight! Get your orders in for your Charger gear while you still can! Link to the online store is posted below: https://choctawcounty.itemorder.com/sale
Don't miss out on your opportunity to purchase your Charger Gear!!! The Charger online store is up and running. Orders will be taken through Oct. 21st. Follow the link below to make a purchase: https://choctawcounty.itemorder.com/sale
Students at Weir Elementary School read many books each nine weeks to learn and meet their Accelerated Reader goals. Pictured are some of our sixth-grade students who surpassed their AR goals for the first nine weeks of the 2020-2021 school year. We are so proud of the accomplishments of all our students at WES.
Students in second grade made predictions about pumpkins. Small steps in helping students learn how to experiment and write out their findings. They answered both Math and Science questions: What do you think it will smell like? What do you think it will look or feel like? How many seeds do you think are inside? How many seeds did you get (had to put in groups of ten)? How many did your neighbor get? What is the sum of you and your neighbor's amount? #WeirExcellenceShines
French Camp Elementary School 1st 9 Weeks Honor Roll Superintendent’s List 1st Grade: Rylee Kate Griffin, Brighton Martin, Eden Martin, Luke McCoy, Knox Stanford, Ann Elizabeth Thompson 2nd Grade: None 3rd Grade: Bentley Steadman 4th Grade: Robert Bentley, Elliot Breazeale, Collin Hooten, Grey Martin, Raegan McCoy, Madison Sumners, Joshua Thomas 5th Grade: Kambrie Perry 6th Grade: Amberlyn Hutchinson, Anderson Littlejohn, Luke Thompson Principal’s List 1st Grade: Sam Chesteen, Kaylie Marlow, Kylie Marlow, Tristan Rabun 2nd Grade: Luke Dees, Jay Ferguson, Elly Geiser, Araylee Mooney, Mason Ramage, Charly Riddell, Boston Rushing, Raelyn Shearer, Aly White 3rd Grade: Nate Banga, Savannah Holly, River Hutchinson, Jaleigha Johnson, Britton Rushing 4th Grade: Easton Hunt, Marcus Lacey 5th Grade: Emmett Breazeale, Kyle Grice, Ty Martin, Jackson Rushing 6th Grade: Bella Davis, Rebecca Gilbert, Shaine Hagemore
Students in fourth grade at Weir Elementary School come to the library ready to learn. They are equipped with their supply boxes and Chromebooks. The students pictured are searching the text in the library books they have read to ensure selection of the correct answers to the questions on their Accelerated Reader tests. These two are really focused on the task at hand. This is great practice for mastering test-taking skills.
1st & 2nd Photo Collage: Mr. Snyder built this hand-crafted model gas station and shared it with the Math classes. The students learned that Mr. Snyder has an architect degree, and he built this model to scale. During his talk, the students learned many new math terms and recognized many shapes in the building. The building was from the late 40s early 50s, this gas station is still standing near his parent's home in western Oktibbeha County. In the 40s and 50s gas stations sold general merchandise, so residents didn't have to travel far to get supplies. The 2nd building is a model of a Log Cabin - it was made to model the old cabins people used to live in. Thank you, Mr. Snyder, for sharing and teaching us how Math and History go together. #WeirExcellenceShines
Good luck to the Lady Charger volleyball team today. They will be playing Belmont in the 1st round of the MHSAA CLASS 3A playoffs tonight at Belmont. Bring home a “W” ladies.
***FOOTBALL TICKET INFORMATION*** All tickets for Friday night’s football game vs. Ripley will be sold at the gate. Tickets will be $7 each. Kickoff is set for 7:00. Come out and support our Chargers at The Dale
ATTENTION 7th grade football players need to report to the field house by 3:15 today and 8th grade players by 3:45. Sorry for the short notice.
GAME TIME CHANGE Junior high football will kickoff at 5:00 today instead of 5:30. We are still playing 7th, 8th, and JV.
A 7th grade student tested positive for COVID-19. An investigation was conducted, contact tracing has been completed, and those who need to be quarantined have been notified. Out of precaution and due to the number of students going into quarantine, ALL 7th grade students will do virtual learning until October 21st. Students who have not been contacted to be placed in quarantine may participate in extracurricular activities during the period they are doing virtual learning. ALL 7th grade students may return to school on October 22nd. If any student has difficulty accessing the internet, please contact the office so we may send packets for your students to complete. Please know that CCHS is doing all we can to keep our students and faculty safe during this challenging time, and we apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. We will make it through this together.
Students in Mrs. Lisa’s and Mrs. Margie’s PreK class at Ackerman Elementary learned about community helpers this week. They pretended to be doctors, dentists, firemen, policemen, chefs, and more in their centers this week. They also were the “school police” for the day on Friday when they wore their police hats around school. #teamAES
The cross country meet scheduled for Saturday has been called off due to the threat of heavy rains and severe weather. Information concerning a make-up date will be sent out as soon as it is available.
Don't forget to order your game day apparel. The Charger online store is up and running. Don't wait till the last minute. Use the link below to dress like a Charger!!! https://choctawcounty.itemorder.com/sale
SCHEDULE CHANGE Due to Fall Break, the junior high football games versus Winona will be played on Tuesday, Oct. 13th instead of Monday, Oct. 12th. Game time will remain at 5:30. Hope to see you there.
***REMINDER*** Tickets for tonight’s football game will be on sale in the CCHS office from 9-12 today. Tickets are $7.
Volleyball will play their regular season finale Saturday vs. Winston Academy at 2, 3 and 4 PM for Senior Night! Playoffs will begin Tuesday, October 13th at Belmont at 6PM!
Ms. Kylie and Ms. Suzanna's pre-kindergarten class at French Camp Elementary pretended to be firemen, postal workers, police offices, waste management workers, veterinarians, nurses, and chefs as part of their community helper thematic unit. Mister Rogers summed it up by saying “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.”
CCHS is offering you a chance to buy Charger gear like the coaches and players wear. The link below is for the Charger On-Line Store. Items can be purchased online and shipped to CCHS. All purchases must be made before midnight of Oct. 21st. Thanks for your support. https://choctawcounty.itemorder.com/sale
A third-grade student at Weir Elementary School checks out the new Chromebooks that recently arrived. We appreciate Stan Lester and Tray Jobe for getting our Chromebooks ready for us to use. Stan and Tray do a great job taking care of all our technology needs at WES.
Juniors—Don’t forget about the ACT today! Please be on time and ready to do your best! #ChargerNation
Due to football game changes at Amory and CCHS, the volleyball game scheduled for Thursday has been moved to Wednesday. Game times will remain at 5:00 and 6:00.
🚨ATTENTION🚨 The football game vs. Houston scheduled for Friday has been MOVED to Thursday, at 7 PM. Tickets will now be sold for participants Tues. and Wed. General public sales will be 3:30-5:30 on Wed. and 9-12 on Thurs. Any extra tickets will be sold at the gate.
A teacher at CCHS has tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been conducted and those considered to be in close contact have been notified and placed in quarantine.
CCHS volleyball will be in action on Monday, Oct. 5th against Nanih Waiya. Matches will begin at 4:30 with our junior high team followed by JV and Varsity. Tickets are $7 at the gate.
CCHS Junior High football teams will be in action on Monday, Oct. 5 against New Hope. Kickoff for 7th grade will be 5:30 followed by the 8th grade game. Tickets will be $7 and will be sold at the gate.
Happy Friday Everybody!! Please check out the link to see the latest info from the CCSD Nurses: https://5il.co/lrcm Good luck tonight Chargers!! #KEEPCHARGINGFORWARD
VOLLEYBALL REMIMDER The Lady Chargers will be hosting Amory tonight at 5:30. We will be playing JV and Varsity. Tickets are $7 at the gate. Come out and support our girls!!!