ACES of the Month October 2015 6th Grade Grant Guiler + Sara Sharp 7th Grade Kade Donnelly + Stephanie Bowers 8th Grade Jilane Predmore + Aaron Sharp
Tricia Haughn (email) Principal p: 740-969-7252 ext. 2201
SAVING FRED LAB
NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break
ACES OF THE MONTH - AUGUST 2015
back row: Saleah Jarrell, Natalie Heister, Emma Chamber front row: Cade Young, Carson Dum, Cort Kleinline
ACES OF THE MONTH - SEPTEMBER 2015
L to R- Alison Eveland, Jacob Shamblin, Anthony Buckley, Elaina Fowler, Trent Hedges, Jazlynn Aman
ACES OF THE MONTH - OCTOBER 2015
L to R- Grant Guiler, Aaron Sharp, Sara Sharp, Stephanie Bowers, Jilane Predmore,Kade Donnelly
In this Insulation Experiment students were taking temperature readings every minute for a period of 20 minutes. They recorded themp temperature changes on their data table and then made a line graph comparing a jar with no insulation to a jar with insulation. We had 5 different types of insulated containers, quilt batting, aluminum foil, wool, magazine and bubble wrap. Students had to predict which material would insulated the best of all of the materials we used.
Sixth Grade: Olivia Adams, Peyton Cassley, Trent Hedges, Jordan Hite, Bayley Kohler, Dilon Rifle, Sara Sharp, Keirsten Smith, Nevaeh Smith, Cade Young Seventh Grade: Morgan Anderson, Stephanie Bowers, Karaline Briendenbaugh, Audrey Butterbaugh, Anthony Buckley, Carson Dum, Drew Evans, Nate Heister, Susan Hershberger, Kristine Hochstetler, Christian Riley, Jay Sahr Eighth Grade: Tanner Bennett, Jeffrey Bolin, Chandler Castle, Kyle Hicks, Paige Hinton, Kiley Holbrook, Peyton Euliss, Allie Poston, Logan Rigsby, Jullian Scott, Aaron Sharp, Anna Varney
Kill-A-Watt Lab The "Kill-A-Watt" lab was a discovery lab in which students had to evaluate the energy used by 5 appliances in which many of them come into contact with on a daily basis. These appliances were a hair dryer, a flat iron, LED night light (given to each student from the Ohio Electric Cooperatives), a radio and a mini fridge. Students hypothesized what appliance would use the most and least energy then tested the watss for each appliance. Groups recorded their results and then graphed the data.
Chelsea's Christmas Students in the 7th grade are pictured with members from Chelsea’s Christmas. Amanda-Clearcreek Middle School raises money annually for this organization. Food and clothes are provided to families in need during the holiday season.
Costume Themed MS Dance The following students won "Best Dressed" at our costume themed middle school dance.
(left to right) Anthony Buckley, Jessica Parks and Luke Flowers