Growing, changing, planting, and the four seasons have been a central theme in Mrs. Morrissey’s classroom. Today, they read the Eve Bunting story Sunflower House to emphasize these themes and to master Habit 2–Begin With The End In Mind. Each student wrote about the importance of having a plan in order to reach their “End In Mind.”
CCSD opened its campus today to students from across Ross County to hear the message shared by NBA Great Dominque Wilkins.Â In a packed Hatton Gymnasium, he shared information about the obstacles he has overcome in life and his passion for finding a cure for diabetes.Â Check out the photos.
Chillicothe Middle School and High School will welcome Dominique Wilkins to the CHS gymnasium on April 9th at 10 am.Â Dominique was known as the “Human Highlight Film” when he played in the NBA.Â He comes to Chillicothe to share with our students how you can overcome any obstacles in your life from poverty to diabetes.Â In his presentation “Slam Dunk Diabetes” he will share with students many valuable life lessons.
Here are some videos to watch in order to become familiar with Dominique Wilkins:
The homeroom with the best attendance last week was Mrs. Coates’ 1st grade class. Congratulations Students!!
The homeroom with the best attendance during the week of March 25 was Mrs. McMahon’s 4th grade class. Congratulations students!!
Mr. Baker’s and Mrs. Stewart’s classes walked our route for our First Capital Heritage Project, aÂ guided historical walking tour of the First Capital District to be given on Monday, May 6th. Students are researching people, events, and buildings with historical and social significance to Chillicothe. If you have any information you would like to share with our students, please contact Mrs. Stewart by phone (740-702-2287 ext. 1270) or email.Â
We are extremely proud of our CMS band, choir, and orchestra students for their performances, poise, and maturity at the 2013 OMEA Solo & Ensemble. The Chillicothe Cavaliers were well represented. Great job CMS leaders! Thanks to Mr. Judson Burns, Miss. Karen Moore, Miss Anna Mullins,and Mr. Kyle Furness for helping our students prepare!
Saturday, April 6th’s results:
Michaela Bryant — I
Jasmine Evans — II
Annika Carroll — I
Aaliyah Dalton — I
Morgan Gallaugher — I
Lauren Hopkins — II
Joey White — I
Chillicothe Mixed Ensemble — II
Chillicothe Men’s Ensemble — II
Alex Adkins – I
Max Griesheimer – II
Annemarie Brier – I
Students in Mrs. Davis’ 8th grade Language Arts worked together to compare two literary pieces by identifying the writers point of view. By working together, students were able to discuss the major differences that they recognized between the two writings.
The Tiffin Elementary Tigercizing Walking Club, under the leadership of Mr. Tony Hatem, has been hitting the pavement every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15-4:30. Participation in the club, open to fourth and fifth grade students, has been quite impressive with 30-35 students participating in each walking session. Special thanks to Mr. Hatem for leading the club and also to our staff members and parents who have volunteered their time to walk with the group. If you would be interested in walking with the club one afternoon, please contact us. We would love to have you join the group…the more, the merrier!