De’Auntre Davis De’Auntre wishes to attend Kilgore College in the fall to one day become a sports physician and play college basketball. His favorite classes in high school was Algebra 1 with Mr. Sather, and he cherishes the memories that he made in Mrs. Davis’s class. De’Auntre wants to tell underclassman to never settle for less. Congrats, De’Auntre! Thank you for leaving a positive Pirate Legacy! #CP4L
Kristian Nutt Kristian wishes to attend McLennan Community College in the fall to one day work in law enforcement or as a game warden. His favorite class in high school was athletics. He cherishes the memories of getting Mr. Overman off topic onto rants about anything and everything, and he wants to tell underclassman to always strive to be the best because there is always someone watching. Congrats, Kristian! Thank you for your positive Pirate Legacy! #CP4L
Jada Payne Jada wishes to attend Temple College in the fall to study Business Management with plans to one day start an event planning business. Her favorite classes in high school were history with Mrs. Davis. She fondly remembers the time when it was normal to have allergies. Jada wants to tell underclassman that you don’t always have to be in the mix. She says to do your work and worry about, and take care of, YOU. Congrats, Jada! Your Chilton ISD Legacy shines bright! #CP4L
Good Afternoon Pirates. We have added Zoom passcodes to the Secondary Folder for the week of April 6, 2020. If you have trouble accessing a Zoom meeting, please contact the teacher or principal. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. The Zoom program has recently updated security features to help ensure outside individuals are not accessing our class sessions. In addition, teachers have enacted waiting room requirements to better manage those gaining access to our zoom meetings. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding.
Amarria Moore Amarria plans to enlist in the air force after high school where she plans to enter the medical field. Her favorite class in high school was Business Management with Mr. BC Childers. She cherishes all of the memories that she made throughout high school, and wants to tell underclassman to not slack off with their work. Congrats, Amarria! Thank you Amarria for leaving a positive Pirate legacy! #CP4L
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation, Assignments for the week of April 6, 2020 are available online and hard copies are available on campus until 2:00 p.m. today. The final opportunity to pick up assignments for this week will be (tomorrow) Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Please understand we are working to limit all campus activity during this time. Therefore, all campuses will be closed until Sunday, April 19, 2020. Staff will still be available via virtual office hours as presented on the schedule on the district website. We want to make sure that our students, staff, and community remain as safe as possible during this time. For the week of April 13, we ask that students complete late and missing assignments as previously assigned by teachers. Also, the week of April 13 will be devoted to Social and Emotional Learning activities and a Chilton ISD Spirit Week. A calendar of presentations and activities will be posted by Wednesday. Thank you for your flexibility during this time. Love you all and Stay Safe. #RefuseToSink
Emilio Rueda Emilio wishes to jump into the workforce with plans to one day become a barber. His favorite class in high school was Physics with Mr. Overman. He cherishes all of the memories that he made throughout high school, and he wants to tell underclassman to listen. Congrats, Emilio! Thank you, Emilio, for your Legacy!
Wendy Rosales Wendy wishes to attend Temple College in the fall to major in psychology so that she can one day become a psychiatrist and help other people. Her favorite class in high school was art, and she cherishes all of the memories that she made throughout high school. Wendy wants to tell underclassman to be focused at all times, stay on top of their work, and to make useful connections. Congrats, Wendy! Thank you for leaving your legacy in Chilton ISD. #CP4L
Angela Nayeli Martinez - Jaimes Nayeli wishes to attend McLennan Community College in the fall so that one day she can become a pediatrician. Her favorite class in high school was culinary arts, and she cherishes the memories of meeting her friends. Nayeli wants to tell underclassman to keep up with their work. Congrats, Nayeli! Thanks for your lasting Legacy! #CP4L
Nathaniel Fernandez Nathaniel wishes to continue with his boxing career after high school. His favorite classes in high school were with Mrs. Davis, and he fondly remembers the time in Mr. Velasquez’s Law class where they practiced handcuffing each other. Nathaniel wants to tell underclassman to believe in yourself. Congrats, Nathaniel! Nathaniel, thank you for leaving a Legacy! #CP4L
This message is for the parents of seniors: Please encourage your senior to follow the Chilton ISD Counseling Page and Mrs. Lipsey’s Google Classroom. There are several scholarship deadlines approaching. Please note the Chilton ISD Booster Club Scholarship is due Friday, April 3, 2020. If you have questions, contact Mrs. Lipsey.
The Chilton ISD community must work together to fight COVID-19. Head to http://tea.texas.gov/staywell for vitally important public health guidance to stop the spread. If we stand apart as a community now, we will be together again soon. La comunidad del Chilton ISD debe trabajar en equipo para luchar contra COVID-19. Visite la página Https://tea.texas.gov/mantentebien para obtener información vital sobre como detener el contagio. Si nos mantenemos separados ahora, estaremos juntos más pronto.
Daisy Salas Daisy wishes to attend McLennan Community College in the fall to major in Criminal Justice so that she can one day work as a police officer and then an FBI agent. Her favorite classes in high school were history, and she cherishes the moment that she was awarded with a scholarship that will help her reach her dreams. Daisy wants to tell underclassman to enjoy their time in high school. Congrats, Daisy! Thank you, Daisy, for leaving a positive Pirate Legacy! #CP4L
Nanci Barrientos Nanci wishes to attend McLennan Community College in the fall to study cosmetology and business. Her favorite She cherished every school day the same. Nanci wants to tell underclassman to study and to take things seriously. She said that things that you think aren’t important really are, to do your best in everything, and to appreciate being with your classmates during your last year, because anything can happen. Congrats, Nanci! Thank you Nanci for Leaving a Positive Pirate Legacy! #CP4L
https://7mindsets.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ae61821eca72d3461505ad051&id=c1648b1c1d&e=5f99b25c37 Mindset Thought For Today: Adversity is a catalyst for creativity. It is the breeding ground of personal growth. When we interviewed men and women of success and happiness, they always pointed to times of great adversity; when they built the skills, developed the Mindsets, or forged the relationships that ultimately defined their success. How can we take this time of uncertainty, fear, and challenge; and use it as a building block for a better life and a better world? #MindsetMatters
From problem to promise...The biggest problems are often necessary for the most innovative solutions. #PerspectiveMatters
Kevin Carrizales Kevin has enlisted in the Marine Corps, and will begin bootcamp shortly after graduation. His favorite class in high school was Art. He cherishes all of the memories that he made going to regionals in track every year. He also appreciated the time that he was able to be there for his close friends and enjoy life together with his classmates. Kevin wants to tell underclassman to enjoy the time that they have left, because high school is a thing that happens once in a lifetime. Be there for each other and be kind to others. If you’re in a tough situation in life or going through a lot of things, never give up! Pick yourself up and push yourself through it. He reminds you that you’re not alone and you can always reach out to him, your parents, and most importantly, God. Keep your heads up and finish strong (in school, athletics, work, and life)! Congrats, Kevin! Your Pirate Legacy will not be forgotten! #CP4L
Sorry Pirate Nation, I meant to schedule that message for tomorrow morning. I'm a bit of a night owl and program my messages to go out the next morning. Ooops!
Good Morning Parents and Guardians of Elementary Students: Please visit the Chilton ISD website for specific information regarding accessing the google classroom platform for your child's teacher. Lectures will be posted that will assist students in completing their assignments. Additionally, classroom office hours are posted that will allow additional contact with teachers. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Candice Ross at email@example.com. More detailed information can be found at in the news section of the Chilton ISD website.
Good Morning Pirate Nation, Thank you to everyone working to ensure that our school continues to operate and that our students continue to experience learning. Assignments for the week of March 30, 2020 are now accessible online and packets are available for pickup on each campus. Both campuses will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday for assignment pick-up and drop-off. Additionally, administration will be present at the Marlin Dollar Tree location from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday for assignment pickup and drop-off. As we move forward, we are not certain as to how long we have to operate remotely. Since that is the case, parents, please anticipate that our core teachers are taking, at least, two grades per week on assignments and elective teachers will take, at least, one grade weekly. In order to ensure that we are not required to make up time during the summer sessions, it is essential that we continue to ensure that our students are learning and that we are working to hold each other accountable during this transition. Contact information and virtual office hours are posted in the documents section of the Chilton ISD website in the COVID-19 folder. If you have any questions, please contact your campus principal or the district superintendent. Teachers have arranged and posted zoom schedules to hold class sessions with students during this time of closure. The secondary teacher zoom schedules are posted in the COVID-19 folder on the district website. Please see the folder for the week of March 30. We are working to expand our outside internet capabilities for students to access from the parking lot. This will allow students and families to access WiFi by driving onto the school premises. The idea is to maintain social distancing requirements while providing access to internet. We are continuing to work to find additional solutions that will serve our students well. Thank you for your cooperation and flexibility during this time.