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Chandler Creek teachers have fond memories
APR 11, 2017

Chandler Creek Elementary School
 
 
 

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By Carter Staggs
3rd grade
Chandler Creek Press Corps

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Columbia field trip included visit to State House, Riverbanks Zoo, Museum
APR 3, 2017

The boys enjoy a visit to the South Carolina Museum where they nearly got lost in a huge tire.
 

By Carter Staggs
3rd Grade
Chandler Creek Press Corps

On March 23, the third grade classes from Chandler Creek Elementary took a field trip to Columbia.

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Carter Staggs gets high profile recognition
MAR 31, 2017

Carter Staggs gets high profile recognition

Carter Staggs
Chandler Creek Press Corps

Carter Staggs, a member of the Chandler Creek Press Corps, had his observations of the Clemson Tigers’ win in the national football championship published on a Clemson kids page.

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Healthy gets nod in students food survey, cheeseburgers returning by popular demand
MAR 30, 2017

Healthy food is favored by most students at Chandler Creek Elementary School.
 

By Ariel Parham
and Jackson Yount
4th grade
Chandler Creek Press Corps

Hi my name is Ariel Parham and to figure out how the food process of my school cafeteria works, I interviewed our head lunch lady Mrs. Tena.

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Chandler Creek Press Corps launches innovative school news program
MAR 13, 2017

The staff is high energy as stories are assigned.
 

The Chandler Creek Elementary Press Corps makes its debut today with a staff of writers, columnists, artists, photographers and videographers.

Leanne Ramirez, School Social Worker, Jessica Preisig, Reading Intervention teacher, and Tracy LeGrand, Reading Intervention teacher, are among the teachers who are directing the program.

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Mrs. Holliday's teaching techniques get high marks from student
MAR 12, 2017

Jasmine likes math interventionist Mrs. Candy Holliday teaching techniques and her reward system.
 

Chandler Creek is blessed to have math interventionist Mrs. Candy Holliday working with our students. She is the BEST.

She is such a good teacher and helps me get good grades in math. She is so nice that she gives us CANDY on Friday! She is also the most patient teacher I have ever had, and she gives us mints every day!

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Special thanks to Alicia Keller, school's guidance counselor
MAR 12, 2017

Special thanks to Alicia Keller, school's guidance counselor

March 10, 2017

Dear Mrs. Keller,

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'Me and You' poem inspired by a special friendship
MAR 12, 2017

Dacey's inspiration for the poem

Me and You

Me and You

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Opinion: Start school one hour later
MAR 12, 2017

Opinion: Start school one hour later

There would be great benefits in starting school one hour later. I mean doesn’t everyone get tired? Teachers need extra time! And students! This would be life changing! I think school should start one hour later! Are you on my side or not?

These are my reasons why it would be the best thought for schools to start later. First, it would give families time to get their brains active and going. After that, studies have shown that kids getting extra sleep is important. Sleeping increases learning, kids attention span and creates less health problems. I predict that there would be no more sleepy excuses or yawning noises with this idea. Next, you just won’t be in such a rush all the time. You have time to do all the things like brush your teeth, take a shower, pack lunch, and eat breakfast. After all, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Plus taking showers is necessary so you’re not smelly and dirty. If you’re like me, you pack your lunch and don’t eat school lunch. Giving families one extra hour in the morning is a great idea.

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