Chieftain students are amazing artists. Mrs. Blank, the Chieftain art teacher, wants to share student artwork with everyone. She recently started displaying art walls at our monthly PTO meetings. The first one was at the November meeting. The picture posted is showing the fourth grade neon dot project. Every month a different grade will be featured. Third grade will be featured at the December 8th meeting. They will be showing Paul Klee inspired name designs. We will also be displaying the...
On Thursday, October 27th, Chieftain Elementary's fourth grade class visited the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus. The students toured the Statehouse and learned about the history of the building, how bills become laws, and the three branches of government. Students were also able to tour an interactive museum where they could vote on a bill about bicycle helmet requirements. The highlight of the day was meeting state representative Ron Hood. Chieftain Elementary was awarded the Capitol Square Foundation Transportation Grant, funded by Honda of America Mfg., Inc. This covered transportation to and from the Statehouse. Click to see more pictures.
Thank you parents for coming out to support our PTO. We had a great turn out for our meeting and book fair last night. We recognized the student of the month from each class. We had every student present to receive their award. These students model Cooperation, Honesty, Independence, Effort, Friendliness, and Safety at Chieftain each day. We are proud of them!
Chieftain Elementary staff members are donating a "Sweet Treat" basket to be raffled off at the Volley for the Cure game tonight. It is full of candy, cookies, brownie mixes, and all kinds of delicious sweets. You can win this basket and support a great cause by coming out to support our Volleyball team tonight, at 5:15, at the high school. Good luck!
Chieftain Student of the Month nominees were recognized last week for being classroom and school role models. Each student selected showed Cooperation, Honesty, Independence, Effort, Friendliness and Safety. We are proud of our Chieftain students.
Mrs. Schein and Mrs. Fetherolf took their classes to the Special Olympics on April 22. The students were cheered on by their classmates with posters showing encouragement. They did a great job and came home with lots of ribbons. To see a list of events and ribbon winners please click the link.
Chieftain students in Mrs. Teti’s, Mrs. Fleming’s, and Mrs Bartholomew’s second grade classes have learned so much about some famous Americans. Each student created a five-pocket biography project on a famous American using a variety of creative materials.
Our PTO family night is tomorrow night, Thursday April 14th at 6:00 pm. We will be honoring our student of the month nominees and auctioning off lots of fun themed baskets. There will be a book reading, photo booth, snacks, and Book Fair will be open for everyone. Please click the link to see pictures of our baskets.
Mrs. Schein's and Mrs. Fetherolf's multiple disabilities classrooms were invited, by the Hocking Hills Shrine Club, to attend the 64th Aladdin Temple Shrine Circus. Both classes were excited to make the trip to the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus Ohio. A big thank you to Shriner's John Hockingberry and Steve Rine for joining the students on this trip.
Earlier this month, Ranger Susan Knisley and Ranger Patrick Perkins from Hopewell National Park visited the fourth graders at Chieftain Elementary. Ranger Susan shared information about national parks and early Native Americans, a topic the students are currently studying. The students were able to explore tools, animal furs, and other artifacts that the Hopewell tribe used. In May, the students will visit the rangers and Hopewell National Park in Chillicothe to learn even more.
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