Bus #178 will be 30 minutes late tomorrow morning and the route will be run with bus #144. Please plan accordingly to this delay.
Reminders: 1. Yearbook pictures are tomorrow, Sept. 28, 2021. Forms come home today. 2. We will continue collecting food supplies for our community through Sept. 30. Thank you for all of your help with this service project. 3. PTO t-shirt sales end Oct. 7. 4. Don't forget that if you want to sell the gun raffle tickets, you must request those from the school.
Bedtime Books with Dr. Brooks- My Many Colored Days This is one from last year; however, I thought it would be a perfect book since tomorrow is Color Wars Day for HOCO! https://youtu.be/Huyuabf50VU
Tonight we have a guest reader for our Bedtime Books with Dr. Brooks bedtime story. Please tune in as Mrs. Angela Griffin reads "Maddie's Fridge". https://youtu.be/DGxgk8koRIk
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Meredith Absher. Hello, I'm Meredith Absher, Special Education Teacher Assistant. This is my 14th year in education, and I'm super excited to be here!! I'm originally from Texas where I graduated from the University of North Texas. I've been married to my wonderful husband (Kevin) for twenty years. We have two beautiful daughters; Sheridan (18) a college freshman and Sadie (5) who is in kindergarten here at ACES. This is going to be an amazing year, and I'm blessed to be able to work with all the faculty, students, and families here at ACES.
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Melissa Haynie. I am Melissa Haynie. I have been teaching for 14 years. I have one son, and his name is Jayce Haynie. I am proud to be part of the kindergarten team at ACES.
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Valerie McDonald. Hi! My name is Valerie McDonald! As a 2004 graduate of ACHS, I am honored to give back to a school that helped prepare me for a future career. I still have a journal from Mrs. Sharon Ross’s 3rd grade class where I declared I would be a teacher one day! I was a teacher via homeschooling for 10 years, and this experience of small group and individualized instruction will be my guide as I serve as an interventionist for the students at ACES. I am blessed to be the mother of three children and a caregiver for my grandmother. I am looking forward to a great school year!
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Nikki Shadburn. Hey guys! My name is Nikki Shadburn, I will be the 2nd grade special education teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. I have worked in the Alcorn County School District going on 7 years but have been a Central bear for 5 of those years! 🐻 I graduated with my Masters in Special Education this last May from Mississippi State University- go BULLDOGS! When I’m not spending time with my school family and kids, I devote my time to my husband, Jay and two kids Noah and Nolie. I am so excited for what this year will bring - We are AC!💜💛
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Amber St Peter. My name is Amber St Peter, and this will be my third year teaching. Last year I started my ASD journey at Kossuth Middle School, and this year I’ll be teaching second grade at Alcorn Central Elementary School. I’m so grateful to continue my teaching career with Alcorn School District. #FromAggieToBear
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Stacia Ward. I am Stacia Ward, Speech Language Pathologist. I graduated from the University of Mississippi. I have been married to my husband Jon for 8 years. We have 2 boys Rhett (4 years old), Lancer (1 year old), just recently had a daughter Annistyn, and one dog Charley. I love spending time with my family and going to the beach. I am so excited to work with the faculty, students, and families of Alcorn Central Elementary School.
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Angela Griffin. Hi! My name is Angela Griffin, and I have been a counselor for a little over 15 years now. I used to be at Glen Elementary as the Timber Hills counselor for approximately 10 years. I have also recently been at Burnsville School as the school counselor. I am so excited about being at Alcorn Central Elementary, and I’m really looking forward to meeting our parents and students!
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Allison Wilbanks. Hi, I’m Allison Wilbanks. I am a graduate of the Alcorn Central High School class of 2015. I received my Bachelor’s Degree from UNA and am currently going through their Master’s in Elementary Education program. This will be my second year teaching. I taught Third Grade at Riverhill School in Florence, AL last year. Over the summer, I moved back “home” to Alcorn Central and will be teaching First Grade. I am looking forward to this amazing school year! Go Bears!
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Alex Taylor. Hi my name is Alex Taylor, and this will be my first year teaching! I graduated from the University of Mississippi and did my student teaching last year in 2nd grade reading/math. This year I am so excited to be teaching 2nd grade reading at Alcorn Central Elementary School with such an amazing team.
I want to introduce some of our newest staff members here at ACES. Meet Brooke Marlar. My name is Brooke Marlar. This will be my 14th year teaching. I taught 3rd grade ELA for 11 years at Saltillo Elementary and 3rd Grade for 2 years at Corinth Elementary. My husband, Brad, and I have three daughters: Maddi, Rylee, and Aubrey. This year I am privileged to teach 2nd grade math and science! I am super excited about joining the Alcorn School District family.
This is National Assistant Principals Week, and we want to say a big thank you to our three FABULOUS Assistant Principals! We are so appreciative of the things each of you do in order to keep our students learning, teachers teaching, and school running. You each show your dedication and passion for our school each and every day. For that, we thank you! Matthew Young - ACHS Rhoda Cannon - ACMS Cassie Brooks - ACES Join NASSP, the National Association of Elementary School Principals, and the American Federation of School Administrators in honoring the enormous contributions of assistant principals to student success. This year, our celebration takes on even greater significance as we recognize all that assistant principals have conquered amid the pandemic and consider what their ever-expanding and evolving role might look like moving forward. Through it all, America’s assistant principals have demonstrated unwavering leadership—becoming a source of strength and inspiration for us all. We are AC!!!
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