On Friday, October 18, the 4th graders at Chieftain Elementary went to Boch Hollow Nature Preserve in Bremen, Ohio.
Our first grade has adopted Kroger as their community partner. Mrs. Kelsey Kuhar from Kroger came to meet with our 1st grade students. She discussed the following with them: the life cycle of an apple, the nutrients and health benefits from apples, the different types of apples, and the history of apples.
Chieftain Elementary would like to thank the Logan Fire Department for providing our students a fire safety presentation. Students in Kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade were able to learn important fire safety rules and procedures. The assembly was educational and entertaining!
Congratulations to Madelyn Argabright for being named "Jr. Deputy" of the month. Madelyn did an amazing job practicing our school "Chiefs" behaviors. Each month Deputy Cowgill will pick a student from Chieftain Elementary that is demonstrating:, c-cooperation, h- honesty, i- independence, e- effort, f- friendliness, s-safety.
2019/2020 Chieftain Elementary student council members:
This letter is to inform you that Chieftain Elementary will be changing its pick-up and drop-off traffic route. This change will take place on Monday, September 16th. Since the beginning of the school year, Deputy Cowgill and I have been working on a solution to the “Drop-off/Pick-up”. Ultimately, our goal is to make the process safer for students and their families.
Chieftain Elementary conducted their first PTO meeting of the school year on Thursday, September 5th. PTO approved their budget for the upcoming school year and "Students of the Month " were recognized.
The Logan-Hocking County District Library is again partnering with Chieftain Elementary to provide students with the "Bookmobile". The bookmobile comes monthly and allows our students to check out books to read. We would like to thank them for their support with helping us develop engaged readers!
Chieftain Elementary would like to thank the transportation department for coming to our school and promoting bus safety.
Another end of the year favorite project story... On Mother’s Day, Chieftain Elementary’s All School Project became the talk of the town, with adorable photos hitting social media! According to Chieftain and Central Elementary’s Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (PATHS) teacher, Angela Pippin, she switches up the lessons from reading to visual learning, and for this assignment the students read "A Crow's Tale”, which is a story of bravery and kindness, showing it's what's inside that makes you beautiful, not how you look on the outside.
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