Chester County Junior High News
Chester County Junior High News

We congratulate the following students for being nominated and chosen as Students of the Week: Will Middleton, Chasity Harper and Jamari Wesley-Carter. For their reward, they are being allowed to dress down one day of their choice and given a free snack from the snack cart. We are excited to be able to announce and reward students at CCJHS for going above and beyond! Congratulations!!

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East Chester Elementary School News
East Chester Elementary School News

We have had a great week at East Chester. Students are working hard each day and learning so much.
First grade has been learning about citizenship and laws in their I/E time each morning. Mrs. Burns' I/E group had to build a structure using an unusual bag of items.

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Inside CCHS
Inside CCHS

The football team will have their first home game Friday, against McNairy County. The theme for this week's student section is America. Students are encouraged to dress in red, white and blue.

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Jacks Creek Elementary School News
Jacks Creek Elementary School News

We've had another wonderful week here at Jacks Creek Elementary!
We would like to welcome Carrie Burns, our new Guidance Counselor, to Jacks Creek Elementary. We are so happy to have her on our team!

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West Chester Elementary News
West Chester Elementary News

Students are settled in and the 2015-2016 school year is off to a great start. Grades K-3 are practicing reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and computer skills. See class newsletters for specific information about what your child is learning in their classroom each week. There are some great things happening around the school!

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What color was a T-rex?
What color was a T-rex?

Jack H., 7, Taunton, England
Dear Jack,
When we dig up fossils from the Earth they can tell us a lot about life in the past.
Fossils are preserved traces of plants and animals. Unfortunately, one thing that fossils do not tell us a whole lot about is dinosaur color. This includes the color of a Tyrannosaurus rex.

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