A Message from Mr. Hubbard
Good Evening Pirate Nation. I am convinced that I work in the greatest school district in the world with the greatest staff, students, and parents in the world. Thanks to each of you that have participated in the first day of our Virtual Spirit Week. A special thank you to all the walkers and sponsors that made the Walk for Chilton Community Event a success. Thanks to the walkers in Chilton and throughout the community.
The highlight of my day has been watching and posting the many TikTok videos that have been sent to me. I have decided to give several awards for the TikTok challenge because so many people participated.
The Funniest TikTok Award goes to Mrs. Kimberly Oliver in her Hide and Seek TikTok video.
The Most Creative Award goes to Coach Darvis Brandon for his Agricultural Integration.
The Most Relevant TikTok Award goes to Evan Maxey in his portrayal of the runaway student.
The Most Team Spirit Team Award goes to the Volleyball Squad.
The Most School Spirit Award goes to our Throwback Pep Squad of Mrs. Coach Black, Mrs. Lahoma Taylor, and Mrs. Jennifer Sharp.
The purpose of TikTok Tuesday Spirit Day was to reassure everyone that we can still smile through tough times. I hope everyone enjoyed creating and watching the videos.
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 is Drop Everything And Read or DEAR Wednesday. We encourage everyone to take a few minutes and spend time reading a book that is inspirational to you. As always, I will try and keep our social media current with images. Tomorrow our Community Zoom will begin at 10:00 a.m. We will hold a virtual scavenger hunt that you will not want to miss. Our Motivational Moment will be given by Mrs. Jennifer Sharp, Secondary Principal at 11:00 p.m. We will continue with our Elementary and Secondary activities to encourage engagement. Finally, we will post a reflection activity for all Chilton ISD stakeholders to engage. Our Mindset Focus will be the 100% Accountable Mindset.
I look forward to seeing each of you tomorrow on the Community Zoom meeting.
Brandon K. Hubbard, Superintendent of Schools