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CCHS February Students of the Month
From left to right:
Freshman, Eric Hayden
Sophomore, Dawson Draper
Junior, Kole Wilson
Senior, Lincoln Black
CCMS January Students of the Month for Responsibility.

Makenna Thomas-Sanders, Jake Thornsbrough, Kenton Arnold

CCHS January Students of the Month

From left to right:
Freshman, Ally Dietsch,
Sophomore, Maddison Wright,
Junior, Carter Gibson,
Senior, Sasha Simpson.
CCHS November and December Students of the Month:
Freshmen:  Jarren Bruer and Karlie Gibson,
Sophomores:  Hannah Draper and Josh Newsome,
Juniors:  Carleigh O'Neill and Brayden Hooper,
Seniors:  Keaton Hutchinson and Colby Eddlemon.
Citizens Deposit Bank made donation to Superintendent Simmons CCHS Class of 2020 after decorating the Christmas tree. FCC club members built 9 beds with the Bed Ministry for Starfish Orphan Ministries. 12/4/19 CCMS FCC Members and Officers Served in the St. Vincent Food Pantry and Budget Store Veterans Day Program - 11/8/19 Veterans Day Program - 11/8/19 Veterans Day Program - 11/8/19 Veterans Day Program - 11/8/19 Duke TIP Talent Search Winners
Congratulations to CCMS 7th Graders Jake Thornsbrough, Jaron Williams, Emma Moore, Olivia Tharp, and Hannah Huntley! CCHS FBLA at the Tennnessee Titan's Learning Lab Carlisle County High School FBLA 2019-2020 CCMS September Comet Pride Award Winners 9/17 - Mrs. Tiffany’s GT class had a fun and challenging Escape Room today.  Yes, a few escaped, but not everyone! lol 9/13/19 - CCHS Students and Staff dress up as Super Heroes to show support for CCHS Guidance Counselor, Angel Thompson. #Team Angel
NTI Information - 3/26/20
GearUP Resources

GEAR UP team has compiled a link to a website that should be helpful. They are adding to this website multiple times per week and when a new link is added it will have a NEW logo beside it.

https://www.wkgearup.com/resources.html

 

KET Programming

On-air at-home learning starts March 30

Beginning Monday, March 30, KET’s normal weekday program lineup that airs on the main KET channel from 7/6 am to 5/4 pm will be replaced with a special lineup containing programming specific to at-home learning for PreK-third grade, grades 4-8, and grades 9-12.
 
KET Education has also curated instructional materials that students and parents can use alongside each episode. These include supplemental resources on PBS LearningMedia, as well as worksheets, discussion prompts and activities that can be used with any program, no internet needed. You can view the full schedule along with supplemental materials online now.
 

 

Physical and Health Education

As we all face the enormous challenges of the #coronavirus pandemic, teachers are answering the call to meet the needs of their students in new & creative ways. Check out the free @CATCHhealth remote learning #PhysEd & #HealthEd resources available at catch.org/pages/health-at-home!

Letter to Parents / Families of Students with IEPs During COVID-19
Physical Activity Opportunities
NTI Information - 3/18/2020
NTI Information - 3/18/2020

HS students and parents, report cards were sent out in packets on Monday. Assignments in the packets are due on Monday, March 23rd when we distribute the next packets. Work in the new packets will be for the next ten days and will not be picked up until after spring break. Some teachers have sent home extra work in packets already, so just pay attention to the due dates on assignments. Please communicate with teachers via email or by calling the HS office at 270-628-3800 if you need assistance with assignments. College dual-credit students, check Blackboard, Canvas, or Google Classroom regularly, so you will not get behind on your college assignments. Also, email your professors if you need help.

Although this is a difficult situation we are all dealing with, this is a good opportunity to learn email etiquette:
1. Include a clear subject line
2. Use a formal greeting: Dear Mrs. Doe or Dear Professor Doe
3. Be clear, succinct (get to the point), and polite
4. Sign off with a Thank you and your name if you don’t have an email signature
5. Use standard English grammar, punctuation, and spelling
6. Remember like all digital media, emails are forever.
7. Wait patiently for a response to your email

NTI Information - 3/17/2020

HS students, please check your email regularly. For those of you who have internet access, your teachers will communicate with you through email to answer questions about this week’s assignments and to send you next week’s assignments.

Seniors, Jackson Purchase Energy Scholarship must be postmarked today. We will be emailing you more scholarship information.

NTI Information - 3/16/2020
NTI Information - 3/13/2020
NTI Information - 3/12/2020

As per the one call sent out by Mr. Simmons, based on the recommendation of Governor Andy Beshear, Carlisle County Schools will be closed for for the remainder of the next two weeks(through March 29). This message is being sent to provide you with some time to arrange for child care. We will be implementing Non-Traditional Instruction Days (a way to provide instruction at home) during that time, but you will receive more information about that in the coming days. In the spirit of this closure, please follow all guidance of the governmental agencies with regard to social gatherings. Thank you and we will communicate with you again soon.

Family Guide to the Kentucky Academic Standards

The Kentucky Academic Standards (KAS) Family Guides have been developed to help families familiarize themselves with the content of each grade level’s standards. Each guide contains a standards overview for Reading & Writing, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.

 

https://kystandards.org/standards-family-guides/

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