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Cornwell Concert Jeremy Cornwell in Concert
Save The Date
On behalf of the Class of 2020, Jeremy Cornwell will hold a Benefit Concert on December 26, 2018 at Chalker High School from 7:00-9:00 p.m.  The proceeds from this event will be used for Prom 2019 and Senior Trip 2020.
 General Admission:  Adults: $5      Students:  $3            VIP Seating:  $10
Advanced tickets will go on sale December 3rd and will also be sold at the door on the day of the event.  VIP seating is limited.
Please contact Ellen Cornwell at 330-898-1781 ext. 501 to purchase advance tickets or for further information.  The concession stand will be open during the 30 minute Intermission.  Hope to see you there. 
Paint a Plow Pic Art Department Participates in "Paint a Plow" Program--Please Vote!!
Like us on Facebook!!!  Voting is November 13th-27th. 
The Art Department at Chalker High school was excited to be invited by District 4 of ODOT to participate in this year's "Paint a Plow" program. This program, organized by ODOT, was intended to raise awareness of public safety through art.  The Chalker High School students shared their ideas and came to a consensus to create a theme about not texting which included the Grinch. With the guidance of their art teacher, Dana Hendricks, the students added the message "Everyone will have someone who will miss them when they're gone. Stay alive, don't text and drive".  Accompanying the message are illustrations of the Grinch and his dog. The students felt the plow design represents family and the holidays and were proud of their final product.   Participating students included: Breanna Fisher, Kahtrina Hromada, Dalton Keely, Elyse Pickett, and Morgan Detweiler.  
Chick Quest Chick Quest
Our 2nd graders participated in the Chick Quest program through Trumbull County 4-H. The program is led by Ashlee Dietz, Trumbull County Extension Educator. Students monitored the eggs in an incubator for 3 weeks, completed STEM activities, and learned all about the life cycle of a chicken.
Mrs. Katelyn Brown 
New Elementary Drop-Off/Pick-Up Procedures
Students not riding the bus may be dropped off at the front entrance between 8:15 and 8:25 a.m.  There is no supervision before 8:15, so please do not drop off earlier.

To maintain a safe and smooth dismissal at the end of the day, please use the following procedure:

  • The school must be contacted by 2:00 p.m. if your child is being picked up instead of riding the bus. This allows time for proper communication to the student, teacher, and bus driver.
  • Arrive between 3:00 and 3:10 p.m. Students being picked up will be called from the classroom at 3:10 p.m.
  • Parents are to STAY IN CARS, drive around the back of the building, and form a single line on the south side of the building (near the playground.) The first car should be stopped at the stop sign.
  • Students will be lined up in the school hallway at 3:10. At that time, a teacher outside will communicate with a teacher inside and students will be released one car at a time.
  • When buses are loaded and begin to depart, the pick-up traffic must give right-of-way to the buses.
Please remember - only those listed on a student's Emergency Medical Form have the right to pick up your child.   Pick-up drivers should be prepared to show proper identification.
Superintendent's Message

We would like to begin by THANKING everyone for their cooperation during our recent Tornado Warning.  Our ENTIRE school community of students, staff, and parents are to be commended.  Situations such as the one we faced could be a lot worse without the cooperation of all.  THANKS AGAIN!

That brings us to our next topic, inclement weather.  During the winter months, your child’s safety is our number one concern.  With that being said, even though we know it is an inconvenience, there may be times where a two – hour delay may be necessary.  The less instruction missed the better.

As we have done the past few years, we will have a two – hour delay practice session combined with our state – mandated safety training.  We will again have Training Specifics conduct those trainings.  THE DATE WE HAVE SET ASIDE FOR OUR TWO - HOUR DELAY AND TRAINING IS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH.  We will follow up with All Calls as well as literature closer to the 9th to remind everyone of the date and what to expect.

As we mentioned, the less instruction missed the better.  We are extremely proud of our Report Card results.  Our School Community once again did its job.  Our students and staff worked extremely hard to achieve those results.  We assure you that we will not rest on our laurels and continue to strive to provide the best education possible for our young people.  Please remember, academic success is a product of ATTENDANCE AND TIME ON TASK.


Educationally yours,

Rocco Nero

Superintendent of Schools

Southington Local

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