Pirate Nation, Please remember that the Chilton ISD Athletic Department will host a Zoom meeting at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, May 29, 2020 to discuss upcoming summer workout plans that will begin on June 8, 2020. This meeting is intended to share information concerning the workout schedule, precautions taken to counteract the spread of illness, and other valuable details. Zoom information is included below: Topic: Athletics Summer Workout Info. Time: May 29, 2020 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/73052344792?pwd=ZmM3c0c2NVE2VnZocTlaS3ZyN1V0UT09 Meeting ID: 730 5234 4792 Password: 2asLVf If you have additional questions, please contact Chris James, Athletic Director
Good Morning Pirate Nation. Please adhere to the following Chilton ISD Announcements: 1. All students interested in showing an animal at the Falls County Fair should contact Mr. Ryan Bobo before June 1st via email at email@example.com or by phone at 1-817-247-5692. 2. Child Nutrition Services will continue to provide meal services between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. until June 30, 2020. 3. Athletic Work-outs will begin on Monday, June 8, 2020. The Chilton ISD Athletic Department will host a Zoom meeting on Friday, May 29, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. to discuss procedures for these summer workouts. Please be on the look-out for a Zoom invite.
Pirate Nation, Please check the Chilton ISD Facebook page for the premieres of our Kindergarten Graduation and 8th Grade promotion celebrations. The Kindergarten graduation will premiere at 6:00 p.m. The 8th Grade promotion recognition will begin at 7:00 p.m. Both premieres will broadcast on the Chilton ISD Facebook Page. Following the premiere, both videos will be archived in the news section of the Chilton ISD website. Thank you for tuning in as we celebrate the accomplishments of our students.
Due to restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chilton ISD has altered traditional graduation plans. The first event to honor the Class of 2020 will be held on Friday, May 22, 2020. We will host a graduation parade in honor of our seniors. We ask that community members, family members, teachers, and parents line the streets along the parade route and honor the Chilton ISD Class of 2020. For the detailed parade route, please click the link below: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws... Following the parade, the Class of 2020 will meet at the football field to watch the Chilton ISD virtual graduation ceremony. Graduating seniors will be given four tickets for family admission. Please understand that no one will be allowed to enter without the ticket and the required graduation attestation found at the link below: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/708486/Graduation_Attestation.pdf Though forms will be available at the graduation watch party, we encourage everyone to complete the form prior to arrival. Again, you must have an entrance ticket and a graduation attestation document in order to enter the stadium facility. Social distancing will be enforced. And, we encourage all attendees to wear masks to ensure the safest possible environment for our graduates and their families. Thank you for helping us to celebrate the Chilton ISD Class of 2020.
Good Morning Pirate Nation. If you have children who will be three or four before September 1 and who are potty trained, please come see Ms. Ross today to get them enrolled for PreKindergarten at Chilton Elementary!!!! We are here from 10AM to 4PM!!! Our spots are filling fast, so please come see Ms. Ross or call the school as soon as possible! (254) 546-1225.
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation, Mrs. Sharp will be at the Marlin Dollar Tree at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, May 18, 2020. Students can do the following with Mrs. Sharp today: Submit missing or late assignments; Return chromebooks, chargers, or calculator; and Submit or retrieve transfer documents If you have any questions, please contact the elementary office at 254-546-1225, the secondary office at 254-546-1224, or the administration offices at 254-546-1227.
Thank you to the anonymous donor that contributed $100 for our district teachers to enjoy ice cream floats in honor of teacher appreciation. We will enjoy these floats on Friday, May 22 as we line the streets and prepare for our senior graduation. #CommunityMatters
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation, As you aware, the final week for the distribution of paper packets was the week of May 4, 2020. Please ensure that all assignments are returned to campuses by Tuesday, May 12, 2020. For the final two weeks of the instructional year, assignments will be distributed online ONLY. If you have any questions regarding these assignments, please contact the appropriate teacher or campus administrator. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding during this process. Assignments can be found using the following link: https://www.chiltonisd.org/o/chilton-isd/browse/131393 Per Aspera Ad Astra!
Today begins Teacher Appreciation week. We want to take a moment to honor those who make all other professions possible. We salute those who labor in the trenches trying to mold young minds to become the future leaders of our nation. In honor of teachers everywhere, we are going ask you to post a daily tribute to a teacher, paraprofessional, or administrator who positively impacted your life. #MotivationMonday: Use social media to pay tribute to a teacher who motivated you to achieve beyond your capability. #ThankfulTuesday: Say thank you to a teacher that has gone above and beyond the call of duty.
The Chilton ISD Pre-Kindergarten registration process will be held on Monday, May 11, 2020 and Wednesday, May 20, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. Please understand that the Pre-Kindergarten (3) program is a half-day program with priority given to students residing in the Chilton ISD. Pre-Kindergarten (4) registration will be available on a first come, first served basis. Please understand that priority will be given to Chilton ISD residents and families with students currently attending Chilton ISD. All students participating in the Pre-Kindergarten program should be potty trained prior to the first day of classes. For additional questions, please contact Candice Ross, Elementary Principal at 254-546-1225 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Good Morning. Assignments are available for the Week of May 4, 2020. Please follow the links below to access assignments: Elementary Assignments: https://www.chiltonisd.org/o/chilton-isd/browse/129176 Secondary Assignments: https://www.chiltonisd.org/o/chilton-isd/browse/129175 Please note that there WILL NOT be an administrator at the Marlin Dollar General this week on Tuesday due to prior district commitments. If you have trouble retrieving assignments, please contact Mrs. Candice Ross, Elementary or Mrs. Jennifer Sharp, Secondary. Students currently in grades 9 - 11, please check out the Zoom Schedule because Mrs. Lipsey has zoom meetings scheduled for these grade levels to complete schedules for next year. Also, seniors, please check the senior "one-pager" provided by Mrs. Sharp for detailed instructions as it relates to senior activities and requirements. Zoom Schedule and Senior "One-Pager": https://www.chiltonisd.org/o/chilton-isd/browse/129175 As always, thank you for choosing Chilton ISD. We appreciate your commitment and flexibility during these unprecedented times. We Refuse To Sink!
Our Super Sunday #MorningMindset: “Don't be afraid of the space between your dreams and reality. If you can dream it, you can make it so." - Belva Davis #EverythingIsPossible #RefuseToSink
Congratulations to Taylor Bosse!! Taylor was just announced as a 2020 Smoaky Academic All-Star. Out of 100+ applicants, only 10 female and 10 male student athletes are selected for this prestigious award. Follow the link to listen to the podcast: https://bit.ly/35nWzdH Thank you, Taylor, for representing Chilton ISD well.
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation. Please see the attached flyer regarding registration for the 2020-2021 school year. Please remember that the transfer application window for enrollment in the Chilton ISD is currently open. If you have any questions regarding the application process or enrollment procedures, please contact Mrs. LaTrice Canada, PEIMS Coordinator, at 254-546-1228 or email@example.com.
Please do not forget to complete the Chilton ISD Home Technology Survey at your earliest convenience. We are using the data collected from this survey to help decision making within the district. As always, thank you for your support. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfLGsCUztot633MhyKQSVRRlqno6fA0Du1yhHcMlo7_47JEUg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation. Given the current situation, we are altering our traditional graduation plans to honor our students. We will have both virtual and traditional ceremonies for kindergarten, 8th grade, and HS commencement. However, the traditional ceremonies are postponed to July 16 (Kindergarten and 8th grade) and July 17 (High School). Please see the enclosed flyer for additional information. If you have additional questions, please contact Candice Ross, Elementary Principal, Jennifer Sharp, Secondary Principal, or Brandon Hubbard, Superintendent.
Our Fabulous Friday #MondayMindset: "Never believe that a few caring people cannot change the world. For, indeed, that is all who ever have." - Anne Frank Live to Give
Here is our Thankful Thursday #MorningMindset: “When you are grateful, fear disappears and abundance appears." - Anthony Robbins Attitude of Gratitude
Wonderful Wednesday Mindset for the Day: "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in the moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at the times of challenge and controversy." - Martin Luther King 100% Accountable
We are working to assess the technology accessibility for students in the Chilton ISD. Please take a few moments to complete the brief technology survey so that we can work to better serve our students and community. Please respond by Wednesday, May 6, 2020. Please follow the link provided. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfLGsCUztot633MhyKQSVRRlqno6fA0Du1yhHcMlo7_47JEUg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation. Mrs. Farleys parent zooms are on Thursday April 30. You can find additional information at https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/684221/Week_April_27_zooms__002_.pdf #WeRefuseToSink
Seniors, Jump on 11:00 a.m. Zoom with Mrs. Lipsey. Sharing important information.
Our Morning Mindset in this Terrific Tuesday: "Treat everyone with politeness, even those who are rude to you - not because they are nice, but because you are." - Anonymous We Are Connected
Good Morning Pirate Nation. We have posted the new learning for the new week. All materials are posted in the documents section on the Chilton ISD. Please use the following link to access learning materials for the week of April 27, 2020. https://www.chiltonisd.org/o/chilton-isd/browse/126815 Additionally, please use the following link to access the Secondary School's Zoom schedule and passwords. We apologize for any confusion and hardships resulting from incorrect passwords. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/684215/Week_April_27_zooms__002_.pdf Additionally, our athletic department has posted updated circuit workouts for all athletes in grades 8 through 12. All workouts will begin at 4:00 p.m. on the Athletic Department zoom. We encourage all students to participate as we continue preparing for our future. Zoom Log-In information can be found using the following link. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/684215/Week_April_27_zooms__002_.pdf Hard copy distribution is available on both campuses beginning at 11:30 a.m. on As always, thank you for your flexibility during these unprecedented times. If you have any questions, please contact the appropriate campus principal or the superintendent. Per Aspera Ad Astra.
It’s #MindsetMonday and time for our #MorningMindset: "Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else." -Margaret Mead Passion First Find your passion and pursue it. #RefuseToSink
Good Afternoon All. The Chilton ISD Transfer Application window has re-opened. Whether you are returning to Chilton ISD or completing the transfer application process for the first time, please visit the Chilton ISD website news section for detailed instructions. If you have questions, please contact the campus principal or district superintendent.
Morning Mindset: 100% Accountable "Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice." - Mickey Rooney
Morning Mindset: We Are Connected “It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice.” Anonymous
Mindset of the Day: Passion First (Take a Stand) https://7mindsets.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ae61821eca72d3461505ad051&id=7e42f93d38&e=5f99b25c37 Thought: Adrianna Kenebrew is legally blind, but you wouldn't know it if you watched her compete in her favorite sport, gymnastics. In the video below, you will see her overcome many obstacles to pursue her passion. It may seem as though your passion has been “put on hold” during the current crisis. However, it is important to look for ways to pursue your passions and explore your interests. Take a stand, embrace creativity, and continue to do the things you love. Quote of the Day: "Find something you are passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it." - Julia Child
Good Morning Pirate Nation. This week we are back to implementing our remote learning plans for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Please remember that even though the buildings are closed, teaching and learning must continue. For the week of April 20, 2020 remote learning plans are as follows: Elementary (Per Mrs. Ross) There will not be any new packets available for students this week. The elementary campus will focus on giving students the opportunity to catch up on the previous learning packets distributed. It is critical that students complete and return those assignments to ensure that teachers can evaluate student progress and performance. Option and enrichment learning opportunities will be available on the district website. Please check with your child’s teacher about any work your child may be missing. Completed work can be returned to the elementary campus daily from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For questions or concerns, please call 254-546-1225. Secondary (Per Mrs. Sharp) New assignments will be available for secondary students on Monday, April 20, 2020. Assignments will be available in traditional paper formats and via online platforms. Packet distribution and return will be from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Monday, April 20, 2020 and from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. all other days. Mrs. Sharp will be in Marlin on Tuesday, April 21 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please visit the news section of the Chilton ISD website (www.chiltonisd.org) or the district Facebook page for additional information. Athletes, Coach James will be available to distribute resistance bands and jump ropes for athletes to support conditioning during closure. Please remember that if you want to be a champion, you must work like a champion. Your character is not defined by what you do when others are watching. Your character is who you are when no one is watching. Also, seniors, Mrs. Lipsey will be available from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. to distribute graduation orders. Please stay tuned as we are working on a plan for graduation. Plans will be finalized after we receive additional guidelines from the governor. Thank you for your flexibility during these unprecedented times. As always Pirate Nation, please remember, that #WeRefuseToSink.
George Barrientos George wishes to go to the army after graduation, with hopes to join the special forces. His favorite classes in high school were athletics and ag. He cherishes all of the memories that he made winning a playoff game his senior year for the first time since 2014. George wants to tell underclassman that being a Chilton Pirate should mean something to you, and you should be proud to be a Pirate! Congrats, George! Thank you your Legacy! #CP4L
Good Morning Pirate and Welcome to “Celebrate Us” Friday. Today we want to simply all the great memories and great times that we have had as Chilton Pirates. Today we choose to look beyond what we have lost and focus on the great memories and relationships that we have developed as Chilton Pirates. Contact at 5 members of your Chilton Pirate family via social media, text, or phone call to let them know how they have enriched your life. Today, we have some great things planned: Please tune in to our website for our Friday Motivational Moment at 12:00 p.m. given by Mrs. Candice Ross, Elementary Principal. In addition, please review our website for additional activities posted for our students. Today we ask parents and students to review previous assignments and ensure that all assignments from previous weeks are completed. Please be on the look out for additional information from the elementary and secondary campus principals regarding assignment and packet pick-ups. While we have enjoyed our Spirit Week, it is time to ensure that our students maintain the academic skills that they need to ensure future success. Today at 2:45 p.m. our Pirate Parade will travel through Marlin to try and see our Chilton ISD family in Marlin. If you need information regarding the routes to be taken through Marlin, please visit the Chilton ISD Facebook page for route information. We look forward to seeing each of you and finishing our Spirit Week strong.
Vivian Griffin Vivian plans to attend the University of North Texas after high school, with plans to study Forensic Psychology. Her favorite classes in high school were science classes with Mr. Overman, and she cherished all of the memories throughout her time at Chilton. Vivian wants to tell underclassman to stay true to who they are and always strive to be the greatest version of themselves. Congrats, Vivian! Thank you for your Pirate legacy. #CP4L
Marlin Family, We are heading your way tomorrow, Friday, April 17, 2020. Our Pirate Parade will begin at 2:45 p.m. Please meet us on one of our Parade routes. The routes are listed below: Route # 1 Coming into Marlin from Chilton, turn left @ stop lights and head North. Turn left onto Ward street and then go North and turn left @ First National Bank, continue West turning right on Perry St. Continue on Perry St. North until you get to Norwood, turn left. Contune West on Norwood until you come upon Chilton St., turn right. Go North on Chilton St until you get to Anders St. , turn right. Go to the end of Anders St and turn right onto Watson, now continue South. Follow Watson keeping right of the circle and continue past park which you will see on the left side. As you come upon Democrat Street, turn left. When you get to the end of Democrat St., turn left onto business HYW 6, continue North turning left onto Ward St. Continue North on Ward St. turning left on Maryland St. Continue West on Maryland until you get to the end of street, turn left onto the Rockdam Rd. Continue on Rockdam Rd then turn Left @ Lang St. Go to the end of Lang St. then turn left on Southland St. Turn right back onto Maryland and continue back to Ward St where you will then turn left. Continue North on Ward until you get to Shenandoah St where you will turn left. Continue on Shenandoah St. until you reach the Rock Dam Rd. Turn right on the Rock Dam Rd and then turn right onto Swanee St. When you get to the end of this street, turn right back onto Ward and then left onto Neuman St. Turn right onto Northridge St and head South. THIS CONCLUDES THE FIRST ROUTE. Route # 2 As you get into Marlin from Chilton, continue on Live Oak throught stop light turning right onto BTW PKWY ( formerly Commerce St. ) continue South until you get to Roosevelt St where you will turn right. Continue on Roosevelt St turning right onto CR 2874. Continue on this CR until you get to the end of it then turning left at the doublewide house facing the street ( no street marker) , continue now to you get to the end of this road then turn right. Continue South until you get to what you will see as a Solar Farm ( you are not lost ) turn left here, cross the South bound lane of HWY 6 and turn onto HWY 6 North and continue. Exit right of of 6 at the HWY 7 Bruceville Eddy exit, turn right onto HWY 7 and head East to the Marlin ISD football field where you will pull in and turn around. You will want to trun around behind the bleachers on the East side of the complex. Now head West on HWY 7 until you get to Homer St. where you will turn Left, continue on Homer turning right @ first right after turning onto Homer St., continue until you get to Harris St where you will turn right and go back to what is HWY 7 or Live Oak and then turn Left. Continue West on Live Oak Street until you get to Gresham, turn Right. Continue North on Gresham until you get to Clark, turn Left . Continue on Clark until you get to end of the street, turn right onto Walker, go one block and turn Left onto Houghton continue now to Carter and turn right. At the end of Carter, turn right onto Agnes St, continue now to Walker where you will turn Right and then Left onto Potomac, at the end of Potomac you will turn right back onto South Gresham
Please follow the link for the Motivational Moment with Coach Black. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mb94iEKPDyk&feature=youtu.be #ChiltonStrong
Thursday Community Zoom Brandon Hubbard is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Chilton Community Zoom "FAMILY Feud" Time: Apr 16, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78826673434?pwd=YXg3V3hvTVoxOFR5Z2ZZV2ZOKzBIdz09 Meeting ID: 788 2667 3434 Password: 8VPZEX
Bridgette Treat Bridgette plans to enlist in the Air Force after high school while continuing her education. Her favorite classes in high school were ELA with Ms. Drummond, and History with Mrs. Fisher. She cherishes the memories that she made with the parliamentary procedure team in FCCLA, and also in showing goats. Bridgett wants to tell underclassman to ask Mr. Overman if they need help. Congrats, Bridgette! Thank you for leaving an Amazing Pirate Legacy! #CP4L
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation. Today is Thankful Thursday. Today we want to take this opportunity to show appreciation to those essential workers who have sacrificed to ensure that we have the necessities for survival. As you go through your day, take a moment to use your social media platform, text message, or create signs to show appreciation to those first responders and essential workers. Showing appreciation is one of the most therapeutic actions in which we can engage. Please join us today for several activities that will prove engaging and inspiring. The Chilton Community Zoom will begin at 10:00 a.m. If you enjoyed the community scavenger hunt, then you will definitely enjoy the family feud community zoom. Please join the Pirate Community for our motivational moment at 11:00 a.m. given by Coach Black. Throughout the day, we will post several engaging activities for our students and families to complete. And, as always, we will conclude with a reflection that focuses on our Live To Give Mindset. Also, to our Marlin Family, we are heading your way on Friday, April 17, 2020. We will be driving through the community at approximately 2:45 p.m. with our Pirate Parade. I hope we can see many of our students. We will post our route tomorrow afternoon so that you will outside waiting for the Pirate Parade to come through. As always, stay safe and we cannot wait until we can come together again. Brandon K. Hubbard, Superintendent of Schools.
Brandon Hubbard is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Chilton Community Zoom "FAMILY Feud" Time: Apr 16, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78826673434?pwd=YXg3V3hvTVoxOFR5Z2ZZV2ZOKzBIdz09 Meeting ID: 788 2667 3434 Password: 8VPZEX
Good Afternoon All. It's Mr. Hubbard again reminding you to take part in several activities that have been designed by our elementary and secondary teachers. Wednesday Activities Include: Wacky Wednesday Crazy Sock Activities for Elementary Students A Math Riddle Challenge from the Secondary Campus Tips to Remain Active During the Closure from Girls' and Boys' Coaches. Check out the district Facebook page and the News section of the Chilton ISD website for activity details.
Aaron Harris Aaron wishes to go to attend Texas State Technical College in the fall in order to earn an electrical linework certificate. His favorite classes in high school were Mr. Overman’s science courses, especially when he broke the high score in definitions. He cherishes all of the memories that he made playing in and winning his first ever playoff game this year. Aaron wants to tell underclassman to always be themselves- it’s easy. Congrats, Aaron! Thank you A-A-Ron for your Pirate Legacy!
Tune in to the Chilton ISD Facebook Page at 11:00 a.m. for a Motivational Moment with Mrs. Jennifer Sharp, Secondary Principal. You don't want to miss this virtual event.
Join me for our second community zoom meeting at 10:00 a.m. We will compete in a virtual scavenger hunt. Please use the information below to log in to the meeting. Brandon Hubbard is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Chilton ISD Community Scavenger Hunt Zoom Activity Time: Apr 15, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/184812532?pwd=RGxDMmlkcStqMVFYZUVuUXdsamdZUT09 Meeting ID: 184 812 532 Password: 3ymXnJ We will have prizes for the top three winners 1st Place: $20 Gift Card 2nd Place: $15 Gift Card 3rd Place: $10 Gift Card
Community Zoom Log-In Information Brandon Hubbard is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Chilton ISD Community Scavenger Hunt Zoom Activity Time: Apr 15, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/184812532?pwd=RGxDMmlkcStqMVFYZUVuUXdsamdZUT09 Meeting ID: 184 812 532 Password: 3ymXnJ We will have prizes for the top three winners 1st Place: $20 Gift Card 2nd Place: $15 Gift Card 3rd Place: $10 Gift Card
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
Join us for our Motivational Moment with Mr. Ahmad Washington and MovementUp at 11:00 a.m. Follow the link below. https://youtu.be/zTFu0H57BuQ #RefuseToSink #ChiltonStrong #CP4L
Join us for our Community Zoom Meeting at 10:00 a.m. See the Zoom Codes below. Brandon Hubbard is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Chilton Community Zoom "The Benefit of Clapping" Time: Apr 14, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/213094744?pwd=c2hCM3pHSm1wMGRzQXN6ZmJDVFlQUT09 Meeting ID: 213 094 744 Password: 2gHv6j
Yiesenia Barrientos Yiesenia plans to attend Temple Junior College after high school to learn skills that will help her to be a photographer or fashion designer. Her favorite class was PE with Coach Bellamy (RL) and art class with Ms. Beeman (RL). She cherishes the memories from when she took her senior pictures and spent time with her friends, as well as the moments messing around with her teachers and friends. Yiesenia wants to tell underclassman to do their work and believe in themselves. She also said to never give up. Congrats, Yiesenia! Thank you for leaving a positive legacy! #CP4L
Welcome to the Chilton Pirate Virtual Spirit Week! Today is TikTok Tuesday. That means I need to see your school appropriate TikTok videos showing your Pirate Spirit. Email your videos to Mr. Hubbard at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want them posted to the Chilton ISD Facebook page. Please visit the News Section of our website or the COVID-19 section of the documents folder for all of the days events. We Are Chilton Strong!
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation, I hope everyone had a restful and relaxing Easter break. For the week of April 14, 2020 we are going to pause and focus on creating a virtual community and some social and emotional aspects that make the Chilton Community strong. For this week, teachers will not assign any additional assignments. However, those students who are behind should use this week as an opportunity to catch up and get assistance from teachers where needed. Though we are not making any additional assignments, teachers will still be available for contact for questions regarding assignments. Beginning Tuesday, April 14, 2020, we will post several motivational and academically engaging activities for the Chilton community and our staff and students. The schedule will be as follows: At 10:00 a.m. each morning, there will be a community zoom with Mr. Hubbard. The community zoom will focus on having fun and completing virtual activities as a Chilton ISD community. All students, staff, parents, and community members are welcomed to attend. At 11:00 a.m. each morning, there will be a Motivational Moment from a community or Chilton ISD staff member. This Motivational Moment will be posted to the district Facebook page. At 1:00 p.m. each afternoon, the Chilton ISD will post elementary and secondary academic activities that are engaging and fun. These activities are designed to cause students, parents, and teachers to think “outside the box” and have fun learning. Finally, each afternoon, we will post a reflection activity based upon our 7 Mindsets curriculum. This activity will encourage students to write and reflect on their current situations and how their mindset can help or hinder their situation. We encourage all students, parents, teachers, administrators, and community members to engage in these activities. More importantly, for community engagement, each of the days this week will have a theme: The themes are as follows: Tuesday: TikTok Tuesday. Each student and staff member are encouraged to create a school appropriate TikTok video showing Chilton ISD Spirit. After created, please email the video to Mr. Hubbard. We will attempt to post as many videos of our students and staff members showing school spirit in new and unusual ways. Wednesday: Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) Wednesday. Take a picture of yourself reading in your favorite place. After created, please email your pictures to Mr. Hubbard. Thursday: Thankful Thursday. Use your social media platform, text message, sticky notes, create signs, or whatever means available to compose messages to show appreciation to those first responders and essential workers making sacrifices to meet needs during the pandemic. Friday: Celebrate Us Friday. Send a message to at least five staff members and students letting them know how they enrich your life as a member of Chilton ISD. As a culminating event for our Celebrate Us Friday, we are planning a parade to reach out to our Marlin family. We will post a schedule a routes prior to Friday. We want to remind all of Chilton ISD that our community matters. More importantly, the Chilton ISD is strong because our people are strong! #ChiltonStrong #RefuseToSink
Rafael Robles Rafael wishes to attend Texas State Technical College in the fall to earn a degree in Welding. His favorite classes in high school were art with Ms. Olivarez. He cherishes all of the memories that he made having fun with his classmates, and he wants to tell underclassman to stay focused and not slack on their work. Congrats, Rafael! Thank you for leaving an amazing legacy! #CP4L
Diana Pena Diana plans to attend McLennan Community College after high school to earn a degree in criminal justice with a minor in business. Her favorite classes in high school were her law classes with Mr. Velasquez. She cherishes the memories that she made when she was part of the homecoming court, and also taking a trip to the Hobby Unit with her law class. Diana wants to tell underclassman that attendance matters!! She says to try your best to not be tardy or absent, keep up with your work and grades, to not depend on anybody, and to keep it real with yourself. Congrats, Diana! Diana, Thank you for your legacy. Your future is bright!!! #CP4L
Deisi Espinoza Deisi wishes to join the army after high school, while also studying criminal justice. Her favorite classes in high school were spanish with Mrs. Pamplin, and math with Mrs. Long. She cherishes the memories that she made when she won regionals in Palestine in discus. She also fondly remembers going into the teacher’s lounge to see what there was to eat. Deisi wants to tell underclassman to stay on track & not fall behind. Also, she tells them to enjoy every moment, because before you know it you will be walking across that stage. Congrats, Deisi! Thank you for leaving a tremendous Pirate Legacy! #CP4L
Good Morning Pirate Nation, Child Nutrition Services will serve meals both today, Friday, April 10, 2020 and Monday, April 13, 2020.
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
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.
Eduardo Fernandez Eduardo wishes to attend Texas State Technical College in the fall and major in Biomedical Engineering or Solar Energy Management. His favorite classes in high school were with Mrs. Davis. He cherishes all of the memories that he made on the football field. Eduardo wants to tell underclassman to pay attention and do their work. Congrats, Lalo! Thank you for leaving a Positive Pirate Legacy! #CP4L
Dontrell Bailey Dontrell wishes to attend Prairie View A&M University in the fall. His favorite classes in high school were science with Mr. Overman, and he cherishes the memories of messing with the high school office staff any chance he could get. Dontrell wants to tell underclassman to have as much fun as you can and to study. Congrats, Dontrell! Thank you for leaving a positive Pirate Legacy. #CP4L
Taylor Bosse Taylor wishes to attend Tarleton State University in the fall to major in Kinesiology so that she can become a physical therapist. Her favorite classes in high school were science with Mr. Overman and also Spanish with Mrs. Pamplin. She cherishes all of the memories that she made playing in every sporting event she participated in, and also the fun she had during the senior homecoming week. Taylor wants to tell underclassman to enjoy every moment of high school because it goes by in the blink of an eye, and you never know when it’s going to be the last time that you do something. Congrats, Taylor! Thank you for your Pirate Legacy!
Pirate Nation, Be on the lookout for your teachers at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. We are coming through.
Shawna Daniels Shawna wishes to attend Jarvis Christian College in the fall to play volleyball and major in biology. Her favorite class in high school was yearbook, and she cherishes all of the memories that she made while helping create the school yearbook. Shawna wants to tell underclassman to stay on top of their work. Congrats, Shawna! Thank you for your positive Pirate Legacy! #CP4L
Matthew Wright Matthew wishes to attend McLennan Community College in the fall and work to become a certified personal trainer. His favorite class in high school was history. Matthew wants to tell underclassman to not slack, get your work done in class as soon as possible so that you don’t stress later, and that your teachers really do care about you if you just talk to them. Congrats, Matthew. Thanks for leaving a positive Pirate Legacy. #CP4L
Karena Aldava Karena wishes to attend Texas State Technical College in the fall to become a HVAC Technician. Her favorite classes in high school were Mr. Overman’s science classes because he gives them a lot of work, but also makes her laugh (with her “annoying laugh” as she calls it). She cherishes the times when her class would play a learning game and her group would always argue the entire game. Karena wants to tell underclassman to keep their grades up and come to school. Congrats, Karena! Thank you for leaving a positive Pirate Legacy! #CP4L
Megan Lopez Megan plans to join the workforce after high school. Though she has ambition to serve as a medical professional, she plans to work while working to complete her college coursework. Her favorite class in high school was Culinary Arts, and she has a fond memory of the time that staff gave out hot chocolate to all of the students. Megan wants to tell underclassman to stay on top of their school work. Congrats, Megan! Thank you for leaving a positive Pirate legacy. #CP4L
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation, Assignments for the week of March 23 are now posted online and available for retrieval from the school. If you are having trouble accessing the assignments, please contact your campus principal. Additionally, please consult with campus administration to return packets that have been completed. We are working diligently to monitor student work submission, both electronically and via hard copies. It is our goal to ensure that learning continues in the Chilton ISD. Additionally, there will be distribution tomorrow at the Dollar Tree in Marlin from 2 pm to 4 pm. Thank you for cooperation and flexibility during this time.
Monday 3/23 Janett Castaneda-Fernandez Janet wishes to attend McLennan Community College in the fall with a plan to become an Registered Nurse. Her favorite class in high school was art, and she cherishes all of the memories that she made at the Senior Pep Rally. Janet wants to tell underclassman to make sure that they do their work. Congrats, Janett! Thank you for #LeavingALegacy #CP4L
Senior Feature: Sunday 3/22 Chilton ISD Community & Friends. As we continue on with the 2019-2020 school year, we would like to use each day to celebrate each one of our seniors. While the current world events may have created a very different experience for part of their senior year, their accomplishments are still important to the success of the Chilton ISD. So, to begin our celebration, please help us in congratulating the following senior: Isabel Gonzalez Isabel wishes to attend McLennan Community College in the fall. Her favorite class in high school was band, and she cherishes all of the memories that she made playing in the band at football games. Isabel wants to tell underclassman to make sure that they keep up with their work and stay focused. Congrats, Isabel! Thank you for leaving a legacy. #CP4L
A Message From Mrs. Sharp: Pirate Nation: Here we go again for round 2 of work packets! Our teachers have done their part and SEVERAL students have already turned in their packets EARLY from this week! Parents and students can continue to turn in packets next week at the High School office for grades 6-12 starting at 11:30 Monday, March 23. At that time they can pick up the new learning packets and the online assignments will also be posted on the district website. Remember they only have to do one or the other, but not both online and paper packets 😀 Students who have NOT attempted either forms of work..... shame on you! You are a Pirate 🏴☠️ and we expect MORE of you. I will be making phone calls and home visits to get you back in the learning Mindset. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or issues with getting learning packets.
A Message From Mrs. Ross: Good afternoon Chilton Elementary Parents!!!! I certainly pray that everyone is safe and healthy during these times! Please let your child(ren) know that Ms. Ross and our teaching staff misses them so much! We can’t wait until this is over!!!! Please encourage your child(ren) to read daily! We will be sending resources home over the next couple of weeks to help with that!!!! Also, we will have a fresh round of work packets available on Monday and Tuesday from 11:00-6:00PM at the elementary building. Additional packets will be left outside the elementary entrance if those pick up times do not accommodate your schedule. You can also turn in your child’s packets from March 16-20 (if they are finished). Please make sure your child’s name and grade are on their packets. We will ensure those get to your child’s teacher to review. Also, to help facilitate our online learning options, we will be checking out chrome books to students in 3rd-5th grades. Please remember our online usage rules! You can come to the elementary building from 11:00AM-6:00PM on Monday and Tuesday to pick up your child’s chrome book. Unfortunately, we can only check out devices to the student or parent who will be responsible for the device. If these times don’t work with your schedule, please contact Ms. Ross via email at email@example.com. I will do my best to work with you! Parents, thank you for all you are doing to support our students! If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me or your child’s teacher. Additional ways to contact us will be on the district website very soon!!! Remember, we are here to support you so please let us know how we can help!!!!💙💙💙
Parents and Students, Over the next few weeks our teachers will begin using Zoom to post direct instruction videos and conduct virtual office hours. Please see the attached video for guidance and stay tuned for additional details. #ChallengeSupportGrow #RefuseToSink https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d7xXZxRDFUU&feature=youtu.be
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Pirate Nation, Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the safety and well-being of our students and families, we have made the proactive decision to extend closure through Friday, March 27, 2020. Though we have no reported cases within the community, we do understand there are cases in neighboring counties. Even though we are extending campus closure, we cannot discontinue learning and student development. Though this situation presents a challenge to the Chilton ISD, I am certain that our institution will become stronger as a result of this situation. Learning plans for the week of March 23, 2020 will be available online by Monday, March 23, 2020. Plans will also be available for pickup at 11:30 a.m. on March 23, 2020 during the lunchtime service. In the coming weeks, we will work to establish virtual office hours for each Chilton ISD educator to ensure that students and parents have access to teachers for clarification on assignments. Furthermore, we will begin posting teacher instructional videos to facilitate the completion of assignments. Meal services will continue with breakfast served from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. daily on a grab and go basis. Lunch will also be available from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily. Please consult the district website and social media for updated information regarding the closure. Thank you for your cooperation and flexibility during these unprecedented times. Per Aspera Ad Astra,
Good Evening All. For those Chilton ISD students living in Marlin, TX, we will have district administrators at the Marlin Dollar Tree on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 to distribute hard copies of the learning plans for the week of March 16. Administrators will be present at the Dollar Tree location from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Thanks again for your cooperation and flexibility. #RefuseToSink #ChallengeSupportGrow
Final One for Today: Mr. Chance Bacon is a local Windstream representative and service provider. As many of us adapt to these adjustments, he is able to provide assistance with the following services: Cable/Satellite (Direct, Dist, Grande, Spectrum) Internet (Windstream/Viasat) Phone Service (AT&T) Security Monitoring (Vivint) Electricity He is able to provide assistance that will work around many hardships as we transition to a remote learning platform in many areas. Thank you Mr. Bacon for being an available community resource for the Chilton ISD.
Also, if you have specific questions regarding individual assignments, please email teachers directly. You can access teacher email addresses via the website by clicking the Menu Tab and then clicking the Staff button. Thanks for your cooperation in these matters.
Good Morning Pirate Nation, All assignments for the week of March 16 are now posted and available. If you are having hardship with retrieving hard copies of the assignments for this week, please email the elementary principal at firstname.lastname@example.org, secondary principal at email@example.com, or the superintendent at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the coming weeks, and as protocol permits, we will set up after-hours virtual assistance for students during this period. Please stay tuned for additional details.
Additional information for high school students: Dual credit-Continue to work through the courses online and watch your course announcements for any changes. 12th- check Google Classroom for scholarship and other info. Make sure to continue to fill these out and turn these in. Email me with questions 9th-11th- Study for the TSI. Plan to take it on the original dates given. See google classroom for more information.
Day 1: Extended Break (March 16, 2020) Alert Status: Level 1 As we enter day 1 of our extended break, we want to ensure that you are aware of our available services for students. The Chilton ISD will offer Child Nutrition Services to all students within the community. Breakfast will be offered on a grab-and-go basis from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. daily. Lunch will be provided on a grab-and-go basis from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily. Additionally, the Chilton ISD is working to prepare and disseminate learning plans for all students within the district. These plans will be available online at the Chilton ISD website under the documents tab and in the COVID-19 Folder. There will be also be hard copies available for those who prefer hard copies. Plans will be posted and available for pick-up by 11:30 a.m. on Monday, March 16, 2020. In order to ensure that we are not required to make up this week of attendance, the Chilton ISD must provide learning opportunities for all students. We are working to better refine this process as we are moving into uncharted territory. However, I am confident that the administrative team and our teachers will develop plans to provide the best opportunities for our students. Thanks for your cooperation and flexibility. We will continue to keep you informed.
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation. Given the recommendation of state and national leaders, we will extend Spring Break through Friday, March 20, 2020. We will meet with district leadership this afternoon to release more specific plans as it relates to our closure, feeding opportunities, and learning opportunities for students during this closure. Please stay tuned for additional information regarding this extended closure. As the concern is preventing the spread of illness, we encourage parents and students to monitor travel and activity to decrease additional exposure. Thanks for your cooperation and understanding.
The Chilton ISD continues to monitor developments as it relates to the Coronavirus. We are aware of today's news of statewide event cancelations and universities extending spring break vacations. At this time, based on guidance from regional and state officials, we will continue on our regular schedule. We will continue to monitor develops and alert you of any changes. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time. #PerAsperaAdAstra #RefuseToSink
Congratulations to the following Lady Pirate Varsity players for making the All-District team: Abigail Barrera: 1st Team Deisi Espinoza: 2nd Team Mabry Cook: Honorable Mention Kamrie Smith: Honorable Mention
Pirate Nation, The Varsity Boys Basketball team will take on the Mart Panthers at University High School at 8:00 p.m. Let’s pack the gymnasium as our boys seek to repeat as bi-district champions. #CP4L #RefuseToSink
Congratulations to the FCCLA team for competing well at Regional Competition. Let’s congratulate the following students: Isabel G. and Karena received silver medals for their FCSA tests. The Parliamentary Procedure team took fourth place and will be going to state in April. Please congratulate these students on their accomplishments. Parliamentary Procedure Team: Amarria Bridgett Marai Nanci Diana P. Janett #ChallengeSupportGrow
Good Evening Pirate Nation, The Chilton ISD will be in session tomorrow. We will run our regular schedule. We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow.
Pirate Nation, Sorry for the late reminder, Friday, February is an early dismissal. Students will be released at 12:15 p.m. Buses will run by 12:30 p.m.
Pirate Nation: Let’s welcome Mr. Ryan Bobo to Pirate Nation. Mr. Ryan Bobo will serve as our Agricultural Sciences instructor. He is a 2010 graduate of Chilton ISD. Ryan received a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice from Tarleton State University with a specialty in forensics. We are grateful to have a Pirate alumnus returning to give back to his alma mater. #CP4L
Congratulations to Chilton ISD Seniors Deisi Espinoza and Shawna Daniels for being selected to represent Chilton ISD in the FCA Victory Bowl. Deisi will represent as a blue team cheerleader and Shawna as a blue team volleyball All-Star. Congratulations to both of these ladies and thank you for representing Chilton ISD well. #CP4L #ChallengeSupportGrow #RefuseToSink
After reading reports of potential traffic concerns, the Chilton ISD will delay start for two hours. We are currently anticipating a 9:45 a.m. start time as temperatures should be above freezing by then. Thanks for your understanding.
Today's Events: Let's support our HS Basketball Teams as they travel to Waco to take on Rappaport Academy. Games will begin with the Junior Varsity Girls at 4:00 p.m. at the Doris Miller Family YMCA. Let's show up in a big way to support our Pirates and Lady Pirates basketball teams. #RefuseToSink #ChallengeSupportGrow
Pirate Nation, Please join me in welcoming Mrs. LaTrice Canada as the Chilton ISD PEIMS Coordinator. Mrs. Canada holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Huston-Tillotson University and a Master of Science in Human Resource Management from Strayer University. Mrs. Canada comes to us with a wealth of experience having served as a registrar and PEIMS Specialist with Waco ISD and the JHW Inspire Academy. Mrs. Canada begins her journey with the Chilton ISD on Monday, January 27, 2020. Let's show her a warm Chilton ISD welcome.
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation. Please remember that Chilton ISD will be closed on Monday, January 20, 2020 in observance of the MLK National holiday. Classes will resume on Tuesday, January 21, 2020. Have a safe weekend.
Congratulations to the Chilton ISD Varsity basketball teams on impressive wins versus Bosqueville. #RefuseToSink #CP4L
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation. Due to inclement weather expected in the area tonight, we will alter the basketball schedule for this evening. Both girls and boys junior varsity games will be canceled today. Varsity girls will play at 4:30 pm and the Varsity boys will play immediately afterwards. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
The Chilton ISD will be on Winter/Holiday break from Friday, December 20, 2019 thru Friday, January 3, 2020. Staff will return on Monday, January 6, 2020. Students return Tuesday, January 7, 2020.
For the past month, our faculty and students have worked to model a Live To Give mindset. This has culminated in many activities led by students and staff members. However, I must commend our community for also demonstrating the Live to Give mindset. Thank you to the following organizations and individuals for making this holiday season brighter for 7 Chilton ISD families: Chilton ISD Faculty and Staff HEB Marlin First Baptist Church, Chilton Beth Kilpatrick Abundant Love Fellowship Altrusa City of Golinda Golinda VFD First Baptist Golinda Golinda Country Store Dollar General #StrongCommunity #StrongSchools
Good Evening Parents. Please remember that Wednesday and Thursday are early release days. Elementary and Secondary campuses will be released at 12:15 p.m. Buses will run beginning at 12:30 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact your respective campus.
Taylor Bosse was selected by the Texas Girls Coaches Association to be on the 2019-2020 Volleyball Legacy Team. This achievement puts Taylor on the All-State All-Star Volleyball Team. Taylor was 1 of only 4 - 2A Varsity Volleyball Players in the State of Texas to be selected to be on the team. #RefuseToSink
The Chilton ISD is proud to recognize the following student-athletes for selection to the All-District Football Team for the 2019 Season: New Comer: #2 Daylon Ford, Chilton, Freshman First Team Offense: #5 McKeller Cook So. QB, #15 Dontrell Bailey Sr. WR, #8 Oligario Vasquez Jr. RB First Team Defense: #4 Ja’Brian Davis So. DB, #54 Ruban Andrade Jr. DL, #20 Luis Fernandez So. LB Second Team Offense: #62 Aaron Harris Sr. OL, #55 Angel Guerrero Sr. OL, #52 Nundai Zazueta Fr. OL Second Team Defense: #56 George Barrientos Sr. LB, #23 Daylon Cromer Jr. DB, #68 Jose Gonzales Jr. DL Congratulations to these student-athletes for a job well done. #RefuseToSink
Academic All-State Recipients: The Texas Army National Guard and the Texas High School Coaches Association are proud to recognize the 2019-20 Academic All-State Recipients: Taylor Bosse, Senior Shawna Daniels, Senior Congratulations to these young ladies for maintaining high standards in the classroom and on the court! #ChallengeSupportGrow #RefuseToSink #CP4L
Congratulations to the following Varsity Volleyball student-athletes for being honored by our district: First Team All-District Taylor Bosse, Senior Shawna Daniels, Senior Second Team All-District Mabry Cook, Junior Kamrie Smith, Junior Deisi Espinoza, Senior Honorable Mention: Abigail Barrera, Junior Megan Lopez, Senior Jada Payne, Senior Anna Tamez, Junior
Good Evening Pirate Nation, The Pirate Wonderland event is almost here! We look forward to seeing everyone on the main parking lot from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Chilton Pirate Bands will perform throughout the day, the ice skating rink will be on site, and Santa is making an early appearance. We have over 20 vendor and craft stations for you to enjoy as we celebrate our community.
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation, Our Pirate Wonderland Celebration is almost here! We are looking forward to a great day of celebrating as a community. Our band performance times will be as follows: 7th Grade Band will perform and 3 pm The Pirate Drum line will perform at 4 pm The High school band will perform at 5 pm, and The Drum line will give there final performance at 6 pm. Attendees will have the opportunity to take pictures with Santa for $5 and ice skating will be available for $5 per 20 minutes. There will be vendors, arts and crafts for all to enjoy. We look forward to seeing you this Saturday from 1 pm to 8 pm.
Tonight’s events: 4:00pm- JV Girls versus Holland 5:00 pm- JV Boys vs La Vega 6:00 pm- Varsity Girls vs Holland 7:30 pm- Varsity Boys vs Dime Box We will have Little League baseball sign-ups in the cafeteria. If you are interested, please attend. Sign-ups are from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Please support our 2nd grade students in their Christmas program. It begins at 6:00 pm.
Good Morning Pirate Nation, Our first day of baseball and softball sign-ups is today from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the pantry room of the Chilton ISD Cafeteria for ages 4 - 16. Please bring a copy of birth certificate for age verification. The $75 fee is payable by cash or check. See the flyer for additional information. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Hubbard at 254-546-1227.
December 14 is going to be epic in Pirate Nation: The Pirate's Wonderland is set to begin at 1:00 p.m. in the Chilton I.S.D. main parking lot. There will be ice-skating ($5 for 20 minutes), bounce houses (free), food vendors, and a small market for shopping. In addition, there will be performance by the Chilton Middle and High School bands, the Pirate Drumline, and a special performance from the Chilton ISD staff choir. There is even a rumor that Santa will be in attendance for pictures from the North Pole. For more information or to help with this event, please contact Mr. Hubbard and see the attached flyer. Also, the Robinson Little League baseball organization will be on site to sign up Chilton ISD students ages 4 thru 16 for baseball. The cost is only $75 for the season. This is a great opportunity and partnership for our students in Chilton ISD.
We have arrived at DFW. We anticipate arriving in Chilton at 2:00 a.m.
Pirate Nation, In Chilton I.S.D. we believe that our students deserve every opportunity to grow academically, socially, and athletically. As we work to provide our students with the best opportunities available, we would like to announce that our community is partnering with the Robinson Little League organization to ensure that our young athletes have the opportunity to experience competitive baseball and softball. As the Chilton I.S.D. experiences unprecedented growth, we must plan to grow in our athletic offerings as well. With that being said, as we consider expanding our athletic programs to include baseball and softball, it is essential that our students have a solid foundation in this competitive sport. The fee for participation is $75 per athlete and could include students ages 4 - 16. We will host three sign-up days in Chilton ISD: December 10, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Chilton I.S.D. Cafeteria) December 14, 2019 from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (During the Pirate's Wonderland Event) January 14, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Chilton I.S.D. Cafeteria) We are committed to providing our Chilton I.S.D. with the opportunity to participate in little league athletics. This is the first of many great partnerships for our Chilton I.S.D. students. If you have any questions, please contact Brandon Hubbard, Superintendent of Schools at 254-546-1227 or at email@example.com. #RefuseToSink
Good Morning Pirate Nation, Here are details for Friday's varsity football game versus Falls City: Kickoff Time: 7:00 p.m., Friday, November 22, 2019 Location: Bob Shelton Stadium (Hays Consolidated ISD), Buda, TX Adult Admission: $6 Student Admission: $4 #BiDistrictChamps #FallsWillFall
Good Morning. Atmos Energy has notified the Chilton I.S.D. of an interruption in gas service in the town of Chilton. At present, this interruption does not constitute an emergency and crews are working in the town to restore service. Again, this is not an emergent situation. We will continue with or normal school activities. Should anything change, we will contact parents as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please contact the Chilton ISD main office.
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation, If you enjoyed the Trunk or Treat and Fireworks Extravaganza, you definitely don't want to miss A Pirate's Wonderland. This awesome community event will take place on Saturday, December 14, 2019 on the Chilton I.S.D. main campus. We anticipate holiday concerts, a vendor's market, ice skating, food, fun and games. Furthermore, we anticipate a visitor from the North Pole. If you are interested in participating as a vendor, as a corporate sponsor, or as a community member, please contact Mrs. Lahoma Taylor or Brandon Hubbard at 254-546-1227. Thanks for helping to make this event a tremendous success
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation, Our Varsity Football Team will face Burton on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at the Taylor ISD football field at 7:00 p.m. Let's make every effort to attend and support our student-athletes as they begin their playoff run. #RefuseToSink
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation. We will be on our regular schedule tomorrow to begin the third grading cycle. See everyone tomorrow.
Today, in Chilton ISD, we are honoring our Seniors. Not only are we honoring their accomplishments, but we are also recognizing their ambition and futures. Today we pause to say thank you for representing Chilton ISD well. Likewise, we admonish them to believe that their best days are ahead. Please join us at 11:30 a.m. for our senior pep rally. Tonight we will honor every senior at the football game. Parents and senior students, please arrive at 6:15 p.m. so that you can line up with your students for introductions.
Good Evening Pirate Nation. Please remember that Friday, November 8, 2019 is an early release day. Buses will run at 12:15 p.m. Also, let’s support our varsity football program as they prepare to battle Granger at home tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. Thanks.
Thank you to everyone who came out to support our Varsity Volleyball team. Our girls gave their all tonight. They represented the Chilton ISD well. Thank you ladies for a great season. #RefuseToSink
Upcoming Events: Tonight Varsity Football competes in Bartlett @ 7:00 pm. Varsity Volleyball will play Saturday, November 2, 2019 in Rosebud-Lott at 3:00 pm. Let’s support our Student Athletes.
Good Morning. The Trunk or Treat Location for today has been changed to the Chilton ISD main parking lot. The trunk or treat event will begin at 6:00 p.m. At present, the weather shows that it will be sunny and 50 degrees with no wind at 6:00 p.m. The fireworks show will begin at 8:00 p.m. in the empty field across from the elementary school. Please begin setting up your booths at 5:30 p.m. The gymnasium will be open for restrooms and will be available if the weather changes drastically. We look forward to seeing the entire community out tonight for food, fun, and fellowship. Also, let's support our junior high football team and cheerleaders at 5:00 p.m. as they take on Bartlett at home.
Congratulations to these Chilton ISD Seniors for receiving provisional onsite admission to Paul Quinn College based upon their transcripts and ACT/SAT Scores. Post-secondary success is attainable for our students. Those students are: Dontrell Bailey Deauntre Davis Vivian Griffin Megan Lopez Amarria Moore Jada Payne Karina Rosales Shawna Daniels Mya Salinas #ChallengeSupportGrow #LimitlessOpportunities #RefuseToSink
Hello Pirate Nation. Monday, October 28 begins Red Ribbon week. Dress-up days are: Monday: Wear western attire Tuesday: Dress as a super hero Wednesday: Dress as a nerd to outsmart drugs Thursday: Dress in your favorite decade attire. Friday: Dress in Hippy attire.
Homecoming Day 5 Highlights: Congratulations to the following: Mrs. Luda Benson for being selected as the “Always A Pirate” Award Recipient. Amarria Moore: Band Sweetheart Roman Galvan: Band Beau Taylor Bosse: Football Sweetheart George Barrientos: Cheerleader Beau Taylor Bosse: Homecoming Queen Dontrell Bailey: Homecoming King Thanks Pirate Nation for a wonderful Week!
Events Today: Homecoming Parade begins at 2:00 p.m. Please arrive before 1:45 p.m. to line up. Homecoming Pep Rally at 2:30 p.m. in the HS Gym. Varsity and JV Volleyball versus Bremond at 4:00 p.m. in HS Gym. Varsity Football versus Bremond at 7:00 p.m. at Chilton ISD Football field Let’s support our student athletes.
Good Afternoon Pirate Nation. The Junior High football game for today will be at Bremond. 7th Grade will begin at 4:30 pm in Bremond. 8th Grade will begin immediately following the 7th grade in Bremond. Please note the fireworks event for today has been postponed until next Thursday, October 31.
Good Morning All. Whereas I was hopeful that the rain would miss us today, our chances of rain are 100% between 7:00 pm. and 10:00 pm. Therefore, we are combining the fireworks show with the Trunk or Treat on Thursday, October 31. Our junior high team will play Bartlett at home next Thursday at 5:00 p.m. Our Trunk or Treat will begin immediately following at 6:00 pm. We anticipate the fire works show to begin at 8:30 pm. on Thursday, October 31. Thank you for your flexibility.
Pirate Nation, Monday, October 21, 2019 begins homecoming week. District dress up days are as follows: Monday-Twin Day Tuesday-Tye Dye Day Wednesday-Hawaii/Beach Day Thursday-Jersey Day Friday-Spirit Day Please help us celebrate and embrace our legacy of excellence!
Congratulations Are In Order... Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball for an impressive win over Calvert. Congratulations to our Varsity Football team for an impressive performance against Iola. And on Thursday, our JH team shut-out Iola in a dominating performance. Congratulations to these student athletes for representing well.
Additional Event: Seniors and Parents of Seniors, Please remember FAFSA Night tonight in the library beginning at 6:00 p.m. Every graduating senior MUST now complete the FAFSA prior to graduation. Any questions, please contact Mrs. Amber Lipsey. #RefuseToSink
Congratulations to our Varsity and Junior Varsity Volleyball Teams for impressive performances and wins last night versus Marlin. #ChallengeSupportGrow #RefuseToSink #CP4L
Events Today: Good Morning. Let’s wish our JH Cross-Country athletes well as they compete this morning. Let’s support our student-athletes! #CP4L
Events Today: UIL Band Competition today at La Vega High School Varsity and JV versus Marlin at home. Game starts at 5:00 p.m. Let’s support our student athletes! #RefuseToSink #CP4L
Events Monday, October 14, 2019: 7th Grade Volleyball at Bremond at 5:00 p.m. Please go out and support our student athletes! See everyone tomorrow for a fun day of learning.
Events Today: Pre-UIL Competition for the Chilton Pirate Band today at 2:45 p.m. at Troy ISD Stadium. JV and Varsity Volleyball versus Rosebud-Lott in Chilton. JV begins at 5:00 p.m. Let’s pack the stands and support our student-athletes!!! #RefuseToSink
Elementary Highlight: This week we are highlighting 2nd grade teacher Gaylen Tenberg for displaying the mindset that “We Are Connected”. Not only does she work diligently in the classroom to ensure that the needs of her students are met on a consistent basis, but she also works ACE in the afternoons to provide additional tutoring to students in both classes. Also, Mrs. Tenberg is the first teacher to meet our campus expectation of connecting with parents by meeting with EVERY parent during the first six weeks of school. Here she is holding her students “100% Accountable” for meeting their A.R. Reading Goals!!!!
Events Today: Early Dismissal at 12:15 p.m. for all students. All instructional staff will be in professional development. Pink Out shirts are being sent with students at dismissal. There are very few extra shirts available. Let’s support our Varsity and JV Volleyball teams as they compete against Bruceville-Eddy in Chilton at 4:00 p.m. Let’s support our Varsity Football team tonight as they compete against Florence in Chilton at 7:30 p.m. It’s a great Friday.
Events Today: Pink-Out Pep Rally In HS Gym at 2:30 p.m. Please join us as we honor survivors, encourage warriors, and pay tribute to the ultimate victors. 7th Grade Football at 5:00 pm in CHILTON. 8th grade will follow in CHILTON. JV Football at 6:00 pm in FLORENCE. Let’s support our student-athletes.
Pirate Nation, Unfortunately, the Pink Out shirts did not arrive today as planned. However, we anticipate arrival tomorrow and they will be distributed prior to Friday’s game. For the Pink-Out pep rally on Thursday at 2:30 please wear pink. We want to honor our survivors and warriors in a BIG way. If you can join us tomorrow, please do so. We look forward to celebrating with you.
Events Today: Junior Varsity and Varsity Volleyball in Bremond beginning at 5:00 p.m. Let's support our student-athletes as they compete. #RefuseToSink #ChallengeSupportGrow
Events Today: 8th Grade Volleyball @ Calvert at 5:00 p.m.
Events Today: Varsity and JV Volleyball versus at Moody at 4:00 p.m. in Chilton. Varsity Football tonight versus Snook at 7:30 p.m. at Allen Academy Stadium in Bryan, TX Let’s support our student-athletes! #RefuseToSink
Events Today: 7th Grade Football - 5:00 p.m. versus Granger at Chilton I.S.D. 8th Grade Football - 6:00 p.m. versus Snook at Chilton I.S.D. JV Football: 6:30 p.m. @ Bryan Rudder HS versus 9th Grade ‘B’ Team. Please support our Student Athletes.
If you are a part of Pirate Nation, then I would encourage you to tune in to KWTX News at 10:00 pm on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. You won’t be disappointed. #ChallengeSupportGrow #ClassroomChampion
Today's Events: Junior High Volleyball will take on Marlin today, September 23, 2019 at Marlin Junior Academy. Let's pack the stands in support of our student-athletes.
Events for Friday, September 20, 2019: 4:00 p.m. - Varsity and Junior Varsity Volleyball at Marlin 7:30 p.m. - Varsity Football at Axtell Let's pack the stands and show our student athletes and band members our support.
Events Today: Thursday, September 19, 2019 5:00 p.m. - 7th Grade Football versus Axtell 6:00 p.m. - 8th Grade Football versus Axtell 7:00 p.m. - JV Football versus Centerville
Schedule Update: Thursday, September 19, 2019 Football Schedule at Chilton I.S.D. 7th grade football will begin at 5:00 p.m. 8th grade football will begin immediately afterwards at about 6:00 p.m. Junior Varsity will play immediately following 8th grade at about 7:00 p.m. Thanks!
There has been a schedule change: Due to recent inclement weather, the Junior High football game will be in Chilton. 7th grade will begin at 6 p.m. and 8th grade will begin afterwards. Let’s support our junior high football team and cheerleaders. #RefuseToSink
We Are Connected: We had an amazing time shopping for classroom and office supplies. Thanks to our newest family members at Walmart Hewitt (Sun Valley) for their hospitality. Make no mistake, we are on the ‘A’ train. Teamwork makes the Dream work!!!! #RefuseToSink #ChallengeSupportGrow #CP4L #ChooseChilton
Congratulations to the Chilton Lady Pirates 7th and 8th grade Volleyball teams for hard fought wins against Bruceville-Eddy. Way to represent ladies!!!! #RefuseToSink
Pirate Nation, We should be at the Marlin McDonald’s by 1:15 a.m. and in Chilton by 1:30 a.m.
Pirate Nation, Thanks for a great first week of school. Please remember there is no school on Monday, September 2, 2019. We will return on Tuesday, September 3. Have a safe weekend.
Today we are showing Pirate Spirit as our Volleyball team prepares to raze the Bartlett Bulldogs. Let’s show up and support our Lady Pirates. #CP4L #ChallengeSupportGrow #RefuseToSink
Pirate Nation, School begins tomorrow. Looking forward to an awesome school year.
Good Afternoon! Reminder that our Open House Celebration begins at 5:30 p.m.
The Chilton ISD Convocation is tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. in the High School Gynasium. I look forward to seeing all staff members in attendance. Following the convocation ceremony, we will depart Chilton I.S.D. at 11:15 a.m. for lunch at Los Cucos. #RefuseToSink #ChallengeSupportGrow
Pirate Nation, Please remember Mini- Cheerleader Camp is tomorrow, August 17, 2019 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Grades K - 5.
The Texas Education Agency has released the official rating for Chilton ISD as it relates to 2018-2019 accountability. The official rating for Chilton I.S.D. is 87 out of 100, which translates to an overall 'B' rating. Visit txschools.gov for more information.
Parents of 6th Grade Students: 6th grade camp will be Mon. Aug. 5 and Tues. Aug 6 from 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m. and lunch will be from 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. We look forward to seeing all 6th grade students Monday Morning!
On Thursday, July 25, there will be a Meet the Ag Teacher event at the high school from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. We would love for you to attend and meet Mr. Price. For more information, please contact Mrs. Jennifer Sharp at firstname.lastname@example.org. We Look forward to seeing you.
Pirate Nation, Band camp for our students will begin on Monday, July 22, 2019. Camp will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 3:00 p.m. Students will have a lunch break from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please ensure that your students begin to hydrate now and that you bring lots of water for rehearsals. There will be a parent meeting on Monday, June 22, 2019. For additional information, please contact Mr. Widemon.
Registration for returning Chilton ISD students will be from Monday July 8, 2019 to Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday thru Thursday. If you have questions, contact Mrs. Kari Edwards, District Registrar at 254-546-1228 or at email@example.com.
Our Varsity and JV cheerleaders have arrived safely to Tarleton State University for their 2019 Cheerleading camp.
Please see attached flyers for Chilton ISD athletic camp information. For more information, contact Coach James at 254-546-1214 or firstname.lastname@example.org. #ChallengeSupportGrow
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.
Good Afternoon Parents. STAAR Scores are being mailed to your home. Also, please visit district facebook page for online access to scores. https://www.facebook.com/…/pcb.8384097665…/838413843181236/… https://www.facebook.com/…/pcb.8384097665…/838413783181242/…
Congratulations to the members of the Chilton ISD Pirate and Lady Pirate track team for representing well at Regionals. Congratulations to CJ Oliver for a 4th place finish in the 100m dash. Congratulations Mya Salinas for a 5th place finish in the 300m hurdles. And, finally, Vivian Griffin for a 5th place finish in the shot put. #CP4L #ChallengeSupportGrow #PiratesRefuseToSink #StillWinning