Chouteau Elementary Virtual Day Schedule Students will find their assignments and specifics on Google Classroom. Assignments are due Oct. 5th at 8:00 am 2nd Grade 10:00-10:30 Google Meet with teacher 10:30-11:00 Reading Intervention Groups 30 minutes of Independent Reading- Amelia Bedelia The following assignments due on Google classroom by Oct. 5th at 8:00 a.m. Big Ideas Math Lesson- Chapter 2 Social Studies- Epic (teacher assigned book) Science- Epic (teacher assigned book) Reading-Graphic Organizer with Kami over Amelia Bedelia 3rd Grade 9:00-9:30 Google Meet with teacher. 10:00-10:30 Google Meet for Mrs. Reider & Mrs. Castoe’s students only. Reading: “Hurricane Katrina: Overcoming Tragedy” Quiz. Studies Weekly: Science. Big Ideas Math: Chapter 2 multiplication practice. 4th Grade 8:00-9:15 Begin Homework 9:15-10:00 WIN Time--Do Exact Path for 30 minutes unless you see Mrs. Reider or Mrs. Castoe 10:00-11:00 Google Meet (4th grade teachers available) 11:00-***Finish work from all classes
2020 JOM INDIAN EDUCATION ELECTION CHOUTEAU-MAZIE SCHOOL DISTRICT One of the most important components of the JOM program is parent involvement. This October, Parents of JOM eligible children will have an opportunity to get involved in the development of the JOM program at their schools. Elections for JOM Indian Education Committee members will be held October 15, 2020 at Chouteau High School beginning at 6:00 pm on the outside of the cafeteria. To serve on the JOM IEC, a person must be the parent or guardian of a JOM verified child. School board members or spouses and school employees or spouses cannot serve on the committee. For more information contact Patty Pereira at 918-476-8376 ext.105
Our school’s Book Fair is going online! From September 29th- October 12,th discover new books with your kids to keep them reading. Bonus: Every purchase supports our school. https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairs/cptoolkit/homepage.do?method=homepage&url=chouteauelementaryschool
School-wide Leadership Role applications and interviews are complete. Students will find out what their new Leadership Roles are in the school-wide assembly Friday. Preparation has begun for the Leadership Assembly and here are the 2020-2021 Leadership Assembly Team members: Abigail Graham Trenton Bendabout Haley Chupp Maliya Bounds Shayden Pace Abbigail Williams Cade Klucevsek Cale Klucevsek Eryn Valdez Parents, we are proud of our students and are looking forward to the day we can invite you to our assemblies, but unfortunately we will NOT be able to open the school to visitors at this time. JUST TO CLARIFY: We are NOT able to open the school to visitors for our assemblies at this time. Tamara Bryan Principal Chouteau Elementary School
Dear Parents and Families: We are working hard to keep kids reading and raise funds for our school with our Scholastic Online-Only Book Fair from September 29- October 12, 2020. The Fair will connect your kids to notable books and inspiring characters — helping them become lifelong readers. And you’ll love the new option to shop for Book Fair exclusives — directly from the interactive booklist. Plus, enjoy these special online shopping features: Access to over 6,000 products All orders ship direct to home FREE shipping on book-only orders over $25* All purchases support our school and earn 25% in rewards Visit our Book Fair homepage to learn more and get started with online shopping: https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairs/cptoolkit/homepage.do?method=homepage&url=chouteauelementaryschool Thank you for continuing to support our school. Happy reading, Tamara Bryan Chouteau Elementary School Principal
Dear Parents and Guardians, We need your help in keeping our students safe. All parents need to stay in line in their cars while picking up their child after school. This will ensure the line moves quickly and that we do not have students walking in between cars. Thank you for your help with this matter.
Homecoming Week is Sept. 14-18. Elementary dress-up days are as follows: Monday, Sept. 14 - Neon Day Tuesday, Sept. 15 - Book Character Day Wednesday, Sept. 16 - Comfy Day Thursday, Sept. 17 - Mismatch Day Friday, Sept. 18 - Blue and Gold Spirit Day (boys - yellow / girls - blue)
Our first district wide virtual day is tomorrow, September 4th. Attendance will be taken for all students. Students must log on and complete any assigned work by Tuesday, September 8th at 8:00 a.m. to receive credit and be counted present. Any student who does not log on and complete work will be counted as an unexcused absence for Friday September 4th. Internet usage form and Distance learning Device Loan Agreement is required for all students to participate in Virtual Day. These must be on file at your student’s site. If you need technology assistance during Virtual Day please contact your child’s school. Meals will be offered to all students 18 and under and can be picked up at the following locations: Getty Store - 9:00am to 9:30am Lakecrest House of Prayer -9:35am- 10:05am Brushy Church 9:00am-9:30am Creekside 9:35am-10:05am High School Curbside 9:10am-9:40am Thompson Butcher Barn 9:00am-9:30am Methodist Church 9:35am-10:05am Lilac Apts. On 1st street 9:00am-9:30am Walnut Creek 9:35-10:05 If you have any question or if you know which site you will be picking up meals from please contact Laura Cochran Office number 918-476-8335 or 918-835-9605
Those who have signed up for virtual learning will need to join us at back to school night to sign forms and gather your chrome book and other information. This will be Tuesday, August 11th 5:00-7:00 in the Elementary parking lot. Please call the school to set up another time if you are unable to attend. (918)476-8337
Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools Johnson O’Malley (JOM) School Supplies Distribution is scheduled for the first week of school. Students must meet the JOM eligibility criteria to receive school supplies. If you have any questions please contact Patty Pereira at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-476-8376 ext. 105
The Class of 2020 Graduation will be held Friday June 19, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. at the Chouteau High School Football Field. IN the event of rain, it will be moved to the Memorial Gym. We respectfully request that the number of guests be limited to up to 10 guests per graduate in order to safely social distance. We will utilize the stands for family seating marking off every other row. We will continue to follow the protocols set forth for entry into school facilities, and request that any family members who are experiencing fever, cough, and other symptoms of COVID-19, or have any known exposure to the virus to enjoy the ceremony via the live stream. Live stream information will be located either tomorrow or Friday morning. Be looking on our High School Facebook page. We know that this has not been the ideal situation for families, graduates, or the school, however, we are making every effort to make this graduation ceremony memorable for the Class of 2020.
JOM meeting Thursday night 6 PM via zoom if you would like to join please contact Patty Pereira at email@example.com.
Enrollment forms can be returned to the drop off box that is on the front porch of the elementary school. Please return chrome books, chargers, and library books to the elementary school today if you have not already.
Yearbooks are on sale now at the high school for $50. First come first serve. May 11th-14th. 8:00-12:00 by last names May 11- A-F May 12- G-L May 13- M-R May 14- S-Z May 15 Please feel free to call with any questions you might have. Tamara Bryan Chouteau Elementary School Principal
Reminder: Student Check out is next week, May 11th-14th. Drive thru to drop off and pick up your child's items. We will meet you at the drive thru which is located at the entrance to the elementary school. We will have your child's belongings ready for you as well. Library books Chromebooks Hot spots Chargers Enrollment forms We will have additional enrollment forms if needed. May 11-Monday- last names A-F, 8:00 -12:00 May 12- Tuesday- last names G-L, 8:00 -12:00 May 13- Wednesday- last names M-R, 8:00 -12:00 May 14-Thursday- last names S-Z, 8:00 -12:00 May 15- Friday -8:00 -12:00 Please feel free to call with any questions you might have. Tamara Bryan Chouteau Elementary School Principal
It’s Our Last Week of Virtual Third Grade! We’d like to have fun learning in our last week as third graders. Each day will have a theme. Monday- Beach Day Dress for the beach/pool/lake. Tank tops, Swim cover-ups, flip-flops, shorts. Shirts, please! Inflatables, goggles, swim masks, sun hats, or beach balls welcome. Tuesday- Scavenger Hunt- Come ready to go on a hunt around the house for items in a class Scavenger Hunt! Wednesday- Rainbow Day- Wear bright colors like a rainbow as we study the water cycle. Thursday- Unbirthday Celebration- We’ll celebrate all student’s birthdays missed since school’s been out, plus Summer birthdays. Come ready to have a great Summer send off!
Distance Learning at its finest. We are so proud of the hard work you are putting into accomplishing your schoolwork, family time, and learning new things. Well rounded people are the best so continue to learn no matter where you are at. We miss you all! Enjoy the video Mrs. Reider put together for us. We are all in this together. https://youtu.be/H122DDdQxfg
Congratulations to those that received Study Island Certificates this week! Keep up the hard work. 2nd grade Rayden Asbill 50, Kayden Aubrey 30, Averi Buck -Croft 60, Crystal Gudde 30, Piper Inglett 60, Ayden Kraft 30, Evalee McCarter 20, Lyla McDonald 40, Boston Messer 40, Kyvin Miller 50, Sophia Miller 30, Naveiahh Osborn 20, Kodi Plank 30, Raddley Pruett 50, Micheal Taylor 50, Carson Walker 50, Annabelle Wamego 30, Kody Ward 50, Keaton Ward-Hermon 60, Abbagail Williams 50, Jarrod Yates 5, Kevin Yoder 90 : ) 3rd grade Teddie Castoe 60, Christina Chapman 30, Shevy Coblentz 20, Quinnton Cochran 10, Ayden Corbett 40, Madison Coverdell 30, Abigail Graham 20, Seth Helean 20, Remi Jensen 10, Lukas Johnson 20, Hillary Lawrence 40, Serenity Morrison 20, Michael Rivers 40, Rayne Sellers 30, Nathan Shelton 10, Eryn Valdez 10, Kaleb Wamego 20 4th grade Aaryn Arlt 20, Traceston Asbill 40, Joshua Durant 20, Caleb Hardcastle 60, Rielynn Hurley 60, Paytience Messer 20, Logan Nicholas 70, Alex Ortiz 40, Rhylen Shatto 30, Travis Tracy 30, Tyler Tracy 50, Ian VanHorn 60.
Here is a link to our Parent/Student guides for distance learning starting April 6th, 2020. https://www.chouteauwildcats.com/o/chouteau-mazie-public-schools/page/distance-learning--46
Today the State Board of Education voted that all schools will finish out the year using distance learning. We expect guidance documents to come from the state at the end of the week, and we will be in touch with our families very soon to answer your questions.
Study Island is a great resource for your child to use while they are at home. Your child has a login that connects them to all the standards they need to master in order to be ready for the next grade level. https://app.studyisland.com/cfw/login/
Mrs. Bendure's class doubled their reading goal this month!
Kvittum, Hutchinson, McCartney, Matlock all met their class goals this week! We had our first 2nd grader turn in their completed Bingo Challenge, that makes 5 total! Way to go Flora Vaughn. Some of your students are 10 or less books away from meeting this individual goal, p
Elementary Basketball Homecoming Spirit Week January 13-17 Monday - Miss Match Day Tuesday - Red, White, & Blue 2nd =red, 3rd =white, 4th = Blue Wednesday - Western Wear Thursday - Super Hero Friday - Blue and Gold
The following students sold 25 or more items for our Cherrydale fundraiser. We are appreciative for their support and hard work in this. They were awarded with a limo ride and lunch yesterday. Way to go! Kodi Plank- 60 Brock Plank-40 Kevin Yoder -28 Ayden Corbett- 28 Jordan Martin- 28 Rylinn Hurley -26 Remington Jensen- 25 Serenity Morrison- 25 Shevy Coblentz- 25 Luke Higgins- 25 Mason Yoder- 25 Jaydin Chidester- 25 Tye Chupp-25 Braxson Mefford- 25 Great work!
Happy Fall, Chouteau Elementary. Just a reminder Cherrydale fundraiser orders and money are due this week. The money raised pays for our school activities such as the end of the school year bash. Thanks again for your continued support! Also, Friday, Oct. 25th is the school Fall Carnival. We hope to see you there!
SMILE! September 25th Picture Day!
The Chouteau Elementary cafeteria opens at 7:35 for elementary students. We want our students to stay safe so please wait to drop students off until 7:35 as there is not an adult on duty before that time. Thank you!