Black History

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.

We are strengthened by our diversity!  We are Connected!

Here are a few additional resources to learn about about black history month and the important contributions of Black-Americans to our society: