HISTORY

The seventh grade is studying European resources, population, and history, and the direction of Europe in the 20th century.  The eighth grade is studying Medieval history from 500 to 1300, and will be moving into the Renaissance.  The ninth grade is finishing WWII and going to the 1920’s in Europe and the Great Depression.  The tenth grade is studying the Civil...

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History

The seventh  grade is moving to Latin America and Central and South America. The eighth grade is finishing up the  Roman Empire and how Christianity conquered the world. The ninth grade is moving to WWI   (1914-1918)  and how it changed the world from a world history perspective. The tenth grade is finishing up the American War and next semester will be moving to the...

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Eighth Grade

The eighth grade is finishing a chapter on solving equations.  The chapter also gave them more practice with combining like terms and the distributive property, which are important concepts in math. Even though there were some challenging word problems in the chapter, they have done a great job and I am proud of them.  After Christmas, we will be starting a chapter on...

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Physical Education Flickerball

We are proud to announce that our first sport education season has begun in 7th and  8th grade physical education. The students have been divided in order to compete in a fun team sport called flickerball. The game is a combination of football and basketball. The game is played on a basketball court with a football.The object of the game is to score more points than the...

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Eighth Grade Completes Year With New Friend

Members of the Chambers Academy eighth grade class complete the year with a new friend… a virtual friend.  Carl Azuz, anchor for Teen CNN became a common name among the class as Azuz presents daily top news articles from around the world.  The program is a ten-minute, commercial-free daily news program designed for middle and high school classes.  It is produced by the...

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Earth Science Hikes Cheaha

We had another great Earth Science field trip to Cheaha this year with 18 students.  Despite some of my “rabbits” getting ahead and putting us on a much harder hike out from Pulpit Rock, we survived and ended a warm day with a chilly dip at Devil’s Den.  Thanks to Dr. Mehaffey, Sr. Hurst, Laura Landrum, and Kris Lamb for carrying students and helping...

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