Annie Dillon , 1 day ago
The 9 students attending the STEAM Event at UCM tomorrow March 25th need to be at the school by 7:15 a.m.
Chilhowee R-IV Schools , 12 days ago
March Board Meeting will be held Monday 3/18 at 7:00 pm in the conference room. Items on the agenda include: Building update, 19-20 School Calendar (the calendar proposed has a start date earlier than 10 days prior to the 1st Monday in September), Certified Salary schedule, Certified Salaries, Setting the Date for Board Reorganization, and Information on Health Insurance. Executive session will be held after the regular meeting based on RSMo 610.021; (1), (2), (3), & (6).
Jessica Lankford , 13 days ago
Reminder tomorrow Wednesday March 13th is a early dismissal.
Jessica Lankford , 19 days ago
Thursday March 7th is Family Literacy Night from 5:30-7 PM please come join the 5th & 6th graders learn about the experiments with their plants.
Annie Dillon , 24 days ago
Through the news and social media, you may be aware of dangers surrounding what is being referred to as the "Momo Challenge", the latest in a series of concerning online trends. In recent days, we have heard several of our own students talking about this challenge.The Momo Challenge involves a disfigured head attached to a bird’s body encouraging children to harm or kill themselves, and has infiltrated some popular digital platforms, such as YouTube Kids. While these reports are alarming, we urge parents not to be panicked. Instead, parents should be aware of this viral trend so that they may have honest conversations with their child about safe and appropriate online activity. Below are some helpful tips to keep your child safe online. *Bringing up the MoMo Challenge specifically may lead children to investigate it themselves. Instead, consider asking them whether they have encountered anything online that caused them to be worried or upset. *If your child is aware of this trend, remind them that MoMo is not a real person, and cannot directly harm them. *Remind children never to contact strangers online, regardless of the method. *Tighten device settings and parental controls. *Report and block any content that is harmful or disturbing. *Supervise your child’s online activity. Limiting video games and YouTube use to shared family spaces. Keep an eye out for unknown phone numbers or email addresses. Thank you for your vigilance in helping us keep our students safe. https://youtu.be/dan0I8oaNZc
March 19, 2019The board of education held its regular meeting Monday night in the conference room. The board heard a financial update from Mr. Marnholtz. The district started February with...
Math and Spelling Bee Hosted by Leeton Elementary On Friday, April 5th, an Academic Bee will be held at Leeton Elementary School. Chilhowee has been invited to participate. The Bee will be...
The board met on Wednesday night February 20th for their regular scheduled meeting. The board received a financial update from Mr. Marnholtz. The district started January with $832,973.07 in the...