“21st Century Bronco”
Just what does it take to be a "21st Century Bronco?" That is the question answered this year by the teachers at Clarendon schools. Each six weeks the teachers will submit evidence of some of the qualities listed below. . . .
What are they doing now?
Once a Broncho, always a Bronco. This saying speaks volumes about the attitude of the district, the alumni, and the community of Clarendon towards the CHS graduates, both past and present. As a part of the district's . . .
Cowboys in the Panhandle
Quality: Responsible Citizen, Respectful, Confident, Effective Communicator Evidence: Clarendon first graders went on a community field trip and enjoyed a GREAT day of learning about cowboys, their community, and the history of . . .
Great Americans in the Wax Museum
Quality: Hardworking, Set & Achieve Goals, Discern and Synthesize Information, Use technology as a tool to accomplish tasks and be a life-long learner Evidence: Students have been involved in a research . . .
Quality: Responsible - Citizen; Technology Literate - Discern and Synthesize Information, Use technology as a tool to accomplish tasks and be a life-long learner; Effective Communicator - Collaborator . . .
Food Webs, the movement of matter and energy.
Quality: Collaboration Evidence: My students were illustrating food webs and how matter and energy move from one organism to another. They used a ball of yarn to pass to the next organism in the food web. They had to . . .
Virtual Field Trips
Quality: Technology Literate - Discern and Synthesize Information, Use technology as a tool to accomplish tasks and be a life-long learner; Effective Communicator - Problem Solver Evidence: Students used . . .
Students discuss government funding for education
Quality: Confident and Communication Evidence: These students took time to learn the CX debate topic this year over “Should the US government increase funding for secondary education.” After researching the topic . . .
3rd Graders Interview State Senator
Quality: Responsible Citizen Evidence: Students in 3rd grade must understand the role of local and state government officials. Senator Kel Seliger visited 3rd grade where he explained how laws are made. Third grade students had . . .
My Immigrant Story
Quality : Innovative Evidence : Students were asked to research people who immigrate to the US and their country of origin. https://prezi.com/view/XUUd6hIiMssXDn5yUVhS/
Be a Pineapple
Quality : Respectful; Strong Sense of Self Evidence : Students are reciting the class motto which is: Be a pineapple, stand tall, wear a crown, and be sweet on the inside. When you stand tall you respect yourself, . . .
Quality : Strong Sense of Self; Confident; Physically Strong Evidence : The fourth graders were able to experience some true Texas history. "Ranger" Jeff taught the students how to use an atlatl to throw long darts . . .
Quality: Responsibility; Strong Sense of Self Evidence: One of the student's grandmother collected caterpillars in a jar. The class was able to watch the life cycle of the butterfly and . . .
Quality : Citizenship. Evidence : They are signing the Preamble song from School House Rock.