Presidents

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Mrs. Lucas has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School completing research on a variety of presidents.

Students then have to present their information to their group so they can vote on who they feel the greatest president is.


Student learning

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Students in Mrs. Joni, Mrs. Mitzi, and Mrs. Nicole’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a fun time learning about their heart. Nurse Karla Beard let each student listen to their heart and showed them how to feel their heartbeat.



PACE students

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Mrs. Utley’s 3rd grade PACE students at Ackerman Elementary School are learning how to program robots to do tasks and follow routes in class!  They have just started their programming and are doing a great job!


PBIS store

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Several 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School were able to go shopping in the school’s PBIS store.  Students throughout the school earn Charger Bucks for good behavior each day!  Keep up the great work!




Solve Tomorrow contest

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Mrs. Bruister’s sixth grade gifted class participated in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. It is open to grades 6-12. Out of 2,000 applicants they were one of 300 teams chosen to advance. They received a free Samsung Galaxy Tablet. 



Thinking skills

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Coach Smith has his PE students at Ackerman Elementary School working on critical thinking skills.  Students had to use materials to cross the water to the island in the middle, get their whole team across the water, and get to the other bank.  Lots of creative thinking!


Veterans Lap Quilt Project recongized February 16

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SCRAPPERS, a local quilt guild from Ackerman, Mississippi, is made up of a group of thirty women from Choctaw and surrounding counties who love the art of quilting. Under the leadership of Diane Rhône, the Scrappers meet one day each month where we share ideas, sew, take classes, and perform demonstrations of our work for all to see.





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