Congratulations to Brooke E. Shappell, our new principal at A.B. Chandler Elementary!
We are very excited about the new school year! Attached is the official press release.
A.B. Chandler Elementary is honored to be named a "Lighthouse School" by the Franklin Covey Leader in Me program. Visit The Leader in Me website for more information.
Parents: Please take a few minutes to respond the following Leader in Me Parent Survey about your experience with A.B. Chandler Elementary. Please be open in your responses and all responses are anonymous. Thank you! surveys.theleaderinme.org/index.php
The students at Chandler Elementary recently participated a poster contest sponspored by the Wendell Foster for Developmental Disabilities Campus in Owensboro, Kentucky. The theme of the poster contest was "Spread the Word to End the Word...No "R" Word." Two of our students placed in the contest which was among many different schools in the area. Congratulations to Kierra N. who place 3rd in the K-3 division and Ava H. for placing 3rd in the 4th-6th division!
Congratulations to Kupper C. for being named the Henderson County Conservation District's Top County Art Winner at their annual awards banquet. We are also proud of Brooklynn C. & Brennen S. for also representing A.B. Chandler in the Conservation Art Contest. All 3 students did an amazing job!
The 7 Habits of Happy Kids
1. Be Proactive - You're in Charge
2. Begin With the End in Mind - Have a Plan
3. Put First Things First - Work First, Then Play
4. Think Win-Win - Everyone Can Win
5. Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood -
Listen Before You Talk
6. Synergize - Together Is Better
7. Sharpen the Saw - Balance Feels Best
Check on your child's Accelerated Reading & Accelerated Math Progress through the Renaissance Home Connect website. Visit the Media Center page for specific instructions.
Continue to collect pop can tabs and box tops. Please ask your family and friends to save them for you!
Title I School: Chandler qualifies as a Title I School Wide Program. This means that at least 40% of students are low income. In order to raise academic achievement for all of our students, our district allocates funds to our school. These funds may be used to reduce class size, buy resources, provide programs, and etc. One of our school's goals is to create a partnership with our parents, students, and community. With the help of Title I funds, we are able to provide Parent/Family events such as Family Night. We also look for ways to keep our parents informed and involved through meetings, newsletters, conversations, and etc.