Chapman Chief's C.I.A
Community In Action
We are excited to start the beginning of a new year and what a great start that has been. Many of you have showed interest in becoming more involved in our PTO at the beginning of the year and we want to extend that invitation. Yes, we are the PTO, but we are also the C.I.A: Community in Action.We are working towards providing a better community of learners and leaders in and outside our school. The PTO sponsors several fundraisers each year to raise money for school and classroom needs. Members are energetic helpers at many school activities, such as Field Day, the Book Fair, Walk-At-School Day, and many other events.Each month you will receive a newsletter highlighting school events, fundraisers, volunteer opportunities, and meeting updates.
During Red Ribbon Week, Ms. Mayes and several of her students supported their favorite college for College Day. They are college bound!
Several of our 4th and 5th grade students have exhibited leadership qualities. They are responsible for helping our staff with flag duty, car duty, bus duty, cafeteria duty, and watering the plants. We are proud of our Chapman leaders.
Sharpening the Saw
Mrs. Caudle's class exhibits Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw. They enjoy using our new playground as a great way to exercise and have fun with friends.
Jan. 18- Martin Luther King Day- No School
Jan. 27- Terrific Kid Program at 8:30 am.
Jan. 27- Boy and Girls Club Basketball game at Chapman vs. Cowpens. The game starts at 4:30 pm.
Jan. 28- Skate Night at Skaterz 6:00 - 8:00 pm
We are excited that you have volunteered to help with the PTO. We have a lot of fun ways for you to get involved. January is a very busy month for Chapman.
We have several opportunities for parents to get involved this month. You can become involved with the PTO slushy and snack sale every Thursday from 10:30 to 1:00 pm. We need volunteers to help sale the items. If your interested please let us know via email or you can call the school.
We also encourage you to invest in your child's classroom teacher. Volunteers are encouraged to contribute to their child's class, or grade level, by reading to the students, helping the teacher put together a bulletin board, or prepare materials for the next day.
If you are interested in volunteering for any of these activities please contact us through email or phone!