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Chisum Elementary recently held a Career Day for students. Among those who made presentations regarding their career of choice was Keyonie Frazee who presented her bee keeping skills (pictured right).
Those students were Summer Newsom, Jordan Leverett, and George Gribble.
Both of Shawntel’s children attend Chisum Elementary and her mother-in-law and siste- in-law are both employed by the district.
Mrs. Golden was reading at Chisum as a member of Kiwanis. This is the second year that she has chosen to spend Veteran’s Day reading to fourth graders.
The students enjoyed looking at and asking questions about the white table she had as a visual display.
The book, America’s White Table is set in many mess halls as a symbol for and remembrance to service members fallen, missing, or held captive in the line of duty. Solitary and solemn, is the table where no one will ever sit.
Chisum third grade students Payden Erwin and Julia Marrero pay $1 and get their hand stamped by 4th grade PAL Ian Shurbet, while Peyton Holland and Madison Jones do the same with 4th grade PAL Kristen Parson.
Students paid $156 to wear hats all day.
Funds will go to breast cancer research.
Jennifer Sikes, 3rd grade language arts instructor at Chisum Elementary, was honored as an outstanding teacher as part of the 7th annual A Day Made Better.
OfficeMax and AdoptAClassroom.org rewarded exemplary instructors across the nation on October 1, surprising 1,000 teachers across the country with over $1,000 in classroom supplies.
Jennifer received a Kindle Fire HD, a digital camera, and many more tools to use in her classroom.
“Congratulations Jennifer and a huge thank you to Office Max for their generosity,” Chisum Elementary principal Wendy Ruthart said.