Day 12: More Tram design, building, and problem solving.
Day 12: Grade 3 and 4 Students building and testing Tram Car Designs. #ChallengeSupportGrow
Day 12: Highlights from NASA It is impossible to experience all that NASA has to offer in one day. However, we hope that our visit ignited a passion for learning and cultivated the belief that Everything Is Possible. #ChallengeSupportGrow #CP4L
The Orion Project This does not mean much to most. However, to students in our STARS Program it represents endless possibility. Our nations next generation of astronauts and rocket scientists could be in a Chilton ISD Classroom. #PerAsperaAdAstra
How do you handle your first day as the Chilton Secondary School Principal...you coach a little basketball. #SmallSchoolsRule #WelcomeAboardMrsSharp
MS STARS Program Trip to NASA: We will depart the school at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 20, 2019. Please have your student dress comfortable but nice since we will be touring the Space Center in Houston, TX. We anticipate our return time to be 6:00 p.m.
Pirate Nation, Our new website design and mobile app are LIVE! Please visit the App Store on your mobile device and download the Chilton ISD App.
Day 11: Grade 4 and Grade 5 Students completing planet research flap books. #ChallengeSupportGrow
Day 11: Grade 3 and 4 Cohort students researching and designing catapults. Parents...we are not responsible for what they build when they get home. #SummerLearning #ChallengeSupportGrow #CP4L
Day 10: Roller Coaster Ready
Run Day!! Played a Co-Ed game of Flick-A-Ball, the Blue Team vs. the White team. Team bonding, team strategy, working through adversity, trusting each other, encouraging one another.......all of this while conditioning!
Day 9: Grade 6 and 7 Students presenting their moon festival projects. #ValleyOfTheMoon
Day 9: Grade 3 and 4 Students conducting research on forces and motion.
Day 9: Winners of the Grade 4 and 5 Alien Parachute Contest.
Chilton ISD Leadership improving themselves to provide better learning opportunities for our students. #ChallengeSupportGrow
Day 8 Highlights: Grade 6 and 7 Students have been studying The Valley of the Moon. In addition to understanding earth and space science, including moon phases. In addition, the students had the opportunity to research the moon festivals presented in the novel. See them working on their projects...
Day 8 Highlights: Students take a break from the Hidden Figures book study and embrace their creative side with the Alien Parachute Challenge. Which design offers their alien the best parachute experience. #SummerLearning #StillSmiling #ChallengeSupportGrow
After investigating non-fiction text on the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, Grade 3 and 4 students were tasked with constructing sturdy replicas. Let’s see how they turned out...
Day 7: Grade 6 and 7 Cohort Students preparing to shoot for the stars on calculation at a time. Learning Scientific Notation #PerAsparaAdAstra
Day 7: Grade 7 and 8 Cohort making their rovers come to life.