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  • JCPS 2022 Media Specialist of the Year

    Congratulations to CHES Media Specialist, Melissa Waring!  Ms. Waring was named 2022 JCPS Media Specialist of the Year.  She serves as our school's library coordinator, Battle of the Books coach, and Certified Technology Assistant.

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  • CHES 2022 Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to our CHES 2022 Teacher of the Year, Heather Morton! She is a rock star Kindergarten teacher who brings passion to her classroom and our building every day!

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  • CHES 2022 Teacher Assistant of the Year

    Congratulations to Andrea Maldonado for being selected as the CHES 2022 Teacher Assistant of the Year! She comes into the building every day with a smile on her face and willing to serve! Next year, she will serve as CHES ESL teacher! 

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  • Battle of the Books

    The CHES Battle of the Books team finished in 3rd place in the JCPS competition.  Congratulations team and coaches!

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  • Leading with the Heart Award

    The Leading with the Heart award winner for CHES this year was our school guidance counselor, Ashley Morton. 

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  • Character Education Recognition

    We do not have to look far to find amazing people who are doing very inspiring things. We had an extra special recognition at last night's board meeting. Principal Chad McLamb recognized Dre Hodnitt and Ms. Hines' entire 4th grade class for their courage and perseverance as Dre continues his journey to good health.

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  • Holidays Around the World Family Night

    CHES families learned about Holidays Around the World during Family Night on Thursday, December 16th.

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  • CHES Spelling Bee Winner

    Congratulations to CHES Spelling Bee winner, Ellie Mumford. She will represent CHES at the district Spelling Bee.

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  • Fire Prevention Day

    The Corinth-Holders Fire Department visted with CHES students on Friday, October 15th to teach about fire safety for Fire Prevention Day.

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  • Family Night

    CHES families visited their student's classrooms for student-led presentations and the Media Center for the Fall Book Fair on Tuesday, October 12th.

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  • National Principal's Month

    Join us in celebrating Mr. McLamb this October during National Principal's Month. Mr. McLamb is passionate about education and his students. Thank you for all that you do, Mr. McLamb!

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  • Thank You Oak Grove Presbyterian Church

    Thank you Oak Grove Presbyterian Church and Dr. Renfrow for your generous donation to Corinth-Holders Elementary School.

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  • Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in Music

    To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, students are creating their own cassette tapes with songs by Hispanic Musicians in Ms. Lee's Music class.

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  • CHES Staff 2021-2022

    The 2021-2022 staff of Corinth-Holders Elementary School are ready to begin an awesome school year!

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  • CHES Students of the Month

    Each month, the CHES Students of the Month are displayed on the wall outside of the gym. Each class has a student of the month that has shown a specific character trait while at school.

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  • Red Ribbon Week

    CHES students and staff participated in Red Ribbon Week on October 26th-30th to promote being drug free. On Friday of Red Ribbon Week everyone, including CHES Enrichment teachers, dressed up as their favorite book character.

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  • Back to School

    CHES teachers distributed materials and devices to students for the 2020-2021 school year on August 17th and 18th.

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  • End of Year Wrap Up

    CHES students and teachers said goodbye and ended the school year with grade level wrap-up days.

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  • Thank You, Readers!

    Thank you to all the parents, JCPS Board of Eduction members, JCPS staff members, and all the other readers that read to CHES students during Read Across America Week!

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  • Read Across America Read-In

    On Friday, March 6th CHES students participated in a Read-In for Read Across America Week. Students and staff listened to a reading of Dr. Seuss' Oh, the Places You Will Go and read in the hallways during the afternoon.

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