• "You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives."        -Clay P. Bedford


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    Sarah Joiner

    2016-2017 Teach of the Year



    100th day  

    Mrs. Gatlin and Mrs. Rodriguez's Second graders celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing up like they were 100 years old!


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     October 23 - October 27


    • Monday — I am "TOO BRIGHT” to do drugs! (Wear sunglasses and neon accessories)
    • Tuesday — Wear Red Day for Red Ribbon Week (red uniform shirts, socks, bows)        
    • Wednesday — “Sock” it to Drugs! (Wear silly socks)
    • Thursday — Have a good head on your shoulders and be Drug Free. (Wear a school appropriate hat)
    • Friday — Be on a Drug Free Team! (Wear your favorite college team shirt)      
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    trunk or treat


    The Champ Cooper PTO is hosting the 2nd annual Trunk or Treat event in the Champ Cooper parking lot on Friday, October 27th.  Details and registration forms were sent home on the back of the Cougar Connection newletter.  You may contact the PTO at CCS.PTO15@gmail.com for more information.  Parking and decorating will start at 4:00pm.  Trick or Treating will begin at 6:30pm.

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    Students in Mr. Pisciotta's Science class are students working on building popsicle stick houses. The goal of this integrated STEM activity is to engineer a structure, then take linear measurements in order to find the surface area and volume of the structure.


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    Mrs. Abby Morse's 3rd grade students connected with the Discovery Center of Springfield through a video conference to learn about animal habits, adaptations of predators and prey, and population control through food webs.  Students were able to examine different animal skulls and identify the three different types of teeth to determine the animals role in an ecosystem.  Finally students dissected owl pellets and used the bones found to determine the type of prey.