Due to damage from tonight’s storms in the northern part of Choctaw County, all Choctaw County Schools will be on a 2 hour delayed start tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 30th. This is for safety issues in order to have buses traveling roads during daylight. No breakfast will be served.
All Choctaw County Schools will be dismissing 2 hours early on Tuesday 11-29-22 due to the chance of severe weather. Thank you and stay safe.
Due to the possibility of severe weather, all Choctaw County Schools will dismiss two hours earlier than their normal schedule today, Tuesday, November 29th. All afterschool activities and tonight’s home basketball games are cancelled.
Happy Thanksgiving from FCE! The faculty and students at FCE had a great time over the month of November helping Ted the Turkey find his way to Thanksgiving Dinner. Turkey and Thanksgiving Trivia questions were asked each day! The winning class will receive a popcorn party and a turkey for their teacher! FCE enjoyed the competition and learning about Thanksgiving! Ted the Turkey did not make it to dinner, but the classes were able to get him close…so the winning teachers were treated with a turkey from SuperValu. Thank you to SuperValu for donating the turkeys. Winning Classes were 5th Grade and Pre-K/Kindergarten.
FCE had to say goodbye to Nocona Scott today. He has been our security officer and we will miss him! Thank you Mr. Scott for all you did!
FCE 1st graders used the text "Turkey Trouble" and correlating activities this week to describe characters using vivid adjectives.
FCE staff and students contributed 685 cans to the Broken Wings Food Pantry! Second grade contributed 280 of those!!!
5th grade science students do an experiment exploring friction!
Rainy days at FCE call for 5th graders to “SCOOT”.
After learning about the Wellington Avalanche of 1910, students in Mrs. Telano’s sixth grade class conducted research projects on other avalanches. Some students chose to research ways to protect yourself during an avalanche while some students created models of avalanche disaster areas.
Parents, please take a few minutes to read the article, and complete our Technology Survey. https://www.choctaw.k12.ms.us/article/893126 Thank you for your participation.
FCE pre-K and kindergarten had the cutest little pilgrims and Indians for their Thanksgiving meal!
FCE September Little Chargers PK - Ambreya Dotson Hudson Henderson K - Nora June Cates 1st - Knalah Woodard Ace Alexander 2nd - Kave Newlin 3rd - Knox Stanford Anna Elizabeth Thompson 4th - Adi Leach J J Ferguson 5th - Kinley Watkins James Englebert 6th - Andrew Grundy
The FCE Second Graders played an Escape the Room game on Halloween! These three students escaped!
FCE fifth graders spent time reviewing division of fractions with a card sort. Problems were solved and matched up with their answer.
Congratulations to French Camp Elementary School for their success on the Mississippi state assessments given during the 2021-2022 school year. The amazing work of the students and teachers earned them an “A” rating for the school and the honor of being ranked 6th in the state for their scores. Many businesses and community members wanted to recognize the teachers and staff at FCE for doing such an excellent job! The faculty and staff was treated to a dinner at Taste in Starkville for their efforts and their exceptional success. Baxter Logging, Ferguson Trucking, Alpha Insurance with Cater Wood and Dakota Brasher, Tree Huggers, Parkerson Sawmill, Thomas Auction, Box Logging and Mid South Tire made this special night possible. FCE wants to offer a big “THANK YOU” to those who gave and to all who have supported the school! We are so proud of the students, the faculty, and staff at FCE! The school’s success is a result of years of support from the people in the community!
FCE first and second graders did an amazing job doing their Book Character Presentations for family and friends. A special thank you to Kayla Collier for the yummy cupcake treats!
FCE staff and students show their commitment to being drug free by wearing their camo!
Crazy hats, hair, and socks were everywhere at FCE to help celebrate Red Ribbon Week!
Nurse Kayla used her Glitter Bug to show the FCE Second Graders the importance of washing our hands and eliminating germs!