The Ohio Department of Education "School Report Card" information was released last week for the 2018-2019 school year. We are proud of Chippewa School as it was ranked 7th in the state in a roster that included over 3000 schools in Ohio. Chippewa had a performance index score of 114.1. This score is a reflection of our focus on success and growth for all students. Working together...staff, students, families...we will continue to work to meet the needs of all students. We are proud of the work that we do every day at Chippewa School...and thank you for all of your support!
Each year Chippewa students donate Halloween candy to our veterans as a small way to say thank you for all they have done and continue to do for our country and for all of us. This year over 250 pounds of candy was collected and brought to local VA hospitals thanks to the generosity of our students and families.
Can you construct a structure that will keep the turkey safe for Thanksgiving? Here are some of our third and fourth graders in action trying to solve this STEM problem!
A pep assembly kicked off Elementary Football night. Band members, football players, and cheerleaders came to lead Chippewa students in the BBH schoot fight song along with many cheers!
First through third grade students enjoyed participating in our end-of-the-year Recognition Assembly. Students were recognized and acknowledged for academic successes, improvements in physical education, good behavior throughout the year, and participation in a variety of school leadership roles.
Students, staff, and families have enjoyed reading our One School, One Book story of Spring According to Humphrey. Culminating activities today included jugglers from Case Western Reserve University and students dancing their way out of the gym to the Hamster Dance. Thank you to everyone who participated in our Signs of Spring bulletin board, Family reading pictures, and all the fun!
This week kicked off our One School, One Book family reading of Spring According to Humphrey! Each family received a copy of the book along with a bookmark noting the dates each chapter is to be read. Along with the story, please feel free to check out our website that compliments the book with many activities!
Second graders will take part in a Forces and Motion STEM rotation over the next few weeks. Activities focus on building marshmallow launchers, creating marble tube runs, and many more hands-on activities to reinforce curriculum.
Making sure that your son or daughter comes to school with all the supplies he or she needs will help ensure a smooth start to the school year. Please mark each item with your child’s name. Kindergarten parents should bring the school supplies to the phase-in appointment. Students in grades 1-4 should bring their school supplies to Meet the Teacher Night.