February 27, 2018

Chets Creek Elementary School is having a Read-a-thon. Instruction sheets and login information will be sent home on Monday, February 26. Below is an example of what your child's information sheet includes.

We have decided to raise money by focusing on reading for the next few weeks. This is such a great opportunity for us to keep our focus on education and still raise the money we need. Best of all it only takes a few minutes to activate your account and we really need everyone to participate. Simply follow the steps below. 


Step 1: Go to www.read-a-thon.com/readers/ 

Go to www.read-a-thon.com/readers on your personal computer, smart phone, or tablet and enter the secret code below to access your secure Read-a-thon account. Your Secret Code: customized for each student

Step 2: Create Your Profile 

You will be guided through a few simple steps to activate your Read-a-thon account like adding a photo and sharing the Read-a-thon through social media and email. You also get a free prize just for creating your profile. 

Step 3: Track Your Reading Sessions Online 

Reading sessions are tracked online in your Read-a-thon account. You can use the fun reading session timer or log a reading session after you have already completed your reading time. Your participation not only helps us reach our goal but promotes reading skills at the same time. It only takes a few minutes to help us with this fundraiser!

Our first reading session will begin on March 5, 2018. This is a great opportunity for our school and all of our students. We hope that you join us in this Reading Adventure! 


October 27, 2017

Best Field Trip Ever!

What a fun time we had on our recent field trip to downtown Jacksonville. First, we toured Sally Corporation, an animatronics production company. Ms. Julie Cornell, lead the students through a thrilling guided tour of the robot factory. 

Then the students took a fun ride on the Jacksonville Skyway riding over the St. Johns River while taking in city views from up above. 

Afterwards, we met up with Ms. Emily Lisska from the Jacksonville Historical Society With only a short advance notice, Ms. Lisska kindly met us at the Jacksonville City Hall and took our students through a guided tour highlighting the grand history of our city. The students even toured Mayor Curry's office. They were very excited to see all of the pictures on the walls and the staff that greeted us was very gracious. 

After a relaxing lunch in the courtyard of the 
Jacksonville Main Library,  Ms. Joanna, from the library took the students to the Children's Theater for storytime with Mrs. Owl, a robot created at Sally Corporation.  

All in all it was a perfect and fun-filled day made possible by all of our wonderful tour guides, Ms. Cornell, Ms. Lisska, and Ms. Joanna and especially our chaperones, Miss Phillips, Mrs. Ford, Hilburn and Hovis. We would also like to thank Mrs. Tsengas for organizing this field trip.  Thank you to all that made this a memorable day! Please enjoy the pictures below from our great adventures. 
Field Trip to Downtown Jacksonville Part One on PhotoPeach


October 5, 2017

Help Needed


Please read the classroom newsletter for upcoming information regarding our fall carnival. Volunteers are still needed to help make cotton candy on the day before the carnival. The shifts are for two hours only. Please email us if you are able to help. 



September 29, 2017

Thank you!

Thank you to everyone that was able to attend our open house this year! We hope that you enjoyed learning about your child's classroom. We know that the students had a great time showing off their work. 

September 18, 2017

Open House

Our open house has been rescheduled for next week. Please read our weekly newsletter for the specific date and time.