Pre-K students at Ackerman Elementary School had fun learning about Thanksgiving. During the week they made crafts and also dressed up for lunch!
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Ackerman Elementary School had an amazing food drive to support Broken Wings. 1,404 pounds of food was donated!! Thank you to everyone who helped make the food drive a great success!
Ackerman Elementary School had some wonderful 1st grade office workers on Wednesday. These students helped organize items for the food drive, sorted and restocked the PBIS store, and delivered handouts! They worked hard and did a great job.
Mrs. Morrow’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a visit from Mrs. Loper on Wednesday. She completed a lesson with students using Stem Scopes that focused on the solar system and distance from the sun
Students in Mrs. Barnett’s 3rd grade class at Ackerman Elementary School have been working on descriptive details in writing. Today, they had a pie tasting and wrote to describe the type of pie chosen.
Ackerman Elementary School’s food drive to support Broken Wings ends on Thursday! Don’t forget to send items to help stock the pantry!
Shopping at the PBIS store was on the agenda for these 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School. Some students chose to save and some purchased items with their Charger Bucks! Good behavior and great character are helping these students earn lots of bucks!
Students in Mrs. Barnett’s 3rd grade class at Ackerman Elementary School had a busy few days!! Recently they became text feature surgeons!
Mrs. Chamblee has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School on point in their stations. Students are able to focus on a wide variety of skills and have fun too!
Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Cagle have their kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School working in their centers. These kindergarten students are doing a great job!
Coach Smith has his students in PE working on their multiplication facts! The student who correctly answers the fact problem earns cups for their team to build the tallest tower!
Mrs. Burdine and Mrs. O’Briant’s kindergarten students at Ackerman Elementary School are working hard in their centers! These students are doing a great job!
Mrs. Jackson’s 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School rocked their zones on Monday!
Ackerman Elementary School has a new sensory path on one of the hallways! We can’t wait for the students to use the path to help them get focused!
Mrs. Turnipseed and Mrs. K. Tuck’s 1st graders at Ackerman Elementary School are having fun spelling their sight words!
Pre-K students at Ackerman Elementary School are doing a great job in their centers
On Wednesday, Mrs. Miller’s 5th graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a glow day. Students worked on highlighting and explaining text evidence, played life size connect four, and glow Jenga!
Ackerman Elementary School would like to congratulate Mrs. Bethany Busby for being selected as Teacher of the Year, and Mrs. Emily Trice for being selected as Paraprofessional of the Year! These ladies work extremely hard, and they do an amazing job each day!
Ackerman Elementary School had staff members from Cadence Bank visit the school on Tuesday. The presenters discussed finances, how to manage money, and even discussed using debit and credit cards. The students learned a lot and were able to ask questions to the bank staff.