The Chilton ISD is pleased to announce district events commemorating Black History month. This year the theme will be The Black Experience: Traveling Through Time." Chairpersons for these events are Mrs. Sculark, first grade teacher, and Mrs. Farley, secondary mathematics teacher.
Secondary Dress up week will be February 14 - 18. The days will be as follows:
Monday: Hoodies 'n' Chucks
Tuesday: 80s Hip Hop Vibe
Wednesday: Wild Wild West - Dress like Cowboys and Cowgirls
Thursday: House Party - Dress in fun/funny matching attire that represents you and your crew
Friday: Rep a Pirate Athlete - Dress in a tee or jersey that represents an African-American athlete from the past, present, or future.
Elementary Dress up week will be February 21 - 25. The days will be as follows:
Monday: Wear HBCU Gear
Tuesday: Dress as your Favorite Black Historian or Historical Figure
Wednesday: Wear Chucks and Pearls
Thursday: Dress to Impress
Friday: Traditional African-American attire
Door Decorating Contest
Doors for the contest will be judged on February 25, 2022. Doors will be judged based upon the following criteria: Student participation, Creativity, and Relevance to the Theme.
Our celebrations will culminate with a Black History Program on February 25, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. in the Chilton ISD gymnasium. This program will be an amazing collaboration between our elementary and secondary campuses. We encourage all students, parents, and staff members to attend this awesome celebration.
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Here are a few additional resources to learn about about black history month and the important contributions of Black-Americans to our society: