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$40,0000 Grant Awarded to Chickasha Middle School

authorMarch 9th, 2015

Chickasha Middle School is celebrating after receiving a $40,000 grant to help its students. “I was ecstatic when I found out,” said Dan Turner, Chickasha Middle School Principal. “This will open up more avenues for our students to become successful. Forty thousand dollars is a lot of money and it can do great things for our students.” The money will be used to establish an AVID classroom that will serve students in the academic middle – B, C, and even D students – with the desire to go to college and the willingness to work hard.  

 

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Students receive honors at ECU writing contest

authorApril 13th, 2015
 

Five CHS students were honored at ECU on Saturday, April 4.  Katelyn Elrod placed first 

in prose and Laekynn Parish received an honorable mention with her story “The Lake of Tears”.  

Caitlin Critchfield placed second in poetry with her poem “Things My Mother Told Me”.  Both 

Brayden Battershell and Jayden Mills received honorable mention with their poems “Off the 

Screen” and “Completion through Seeking” respectively...

 

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Chickasha Robotics offers summer youth camp for K through 9th grades

authorApril 1st, 2015

Chickasha Schools Robotics program is offering summer camps for three age groups. The camps will be held in the CHS Robotics Room at the Adult Learning Center, 1000 Minnesota Avenue. These camps are fun, competitive and educational. Junior Lego League (Kindergarten through third grade) is designed to teach the basics of building robots with Legos. Students are paired in teams and work to build a structure that includes robotic arms and demonstrates a concept. Students attending Lego League Camp (fourth through sixth grade) will build a working robot that can move about a 4-foot by 8-foot area and perform more than 20 tasks. Students will learn engineering and programming. Students attending Chickasha’s first Vex Camp (seventh through ninth grade) will build a metal robot that will move around a 16-foot by 16-foot area...

 

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