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Thursday, December 1, 2016


                                                Chew on THIS:  
      My Fight to Lengthen School Lunches

I, being a Chichester student, think we should have a longer lunch period. First, I’m personally used to having to eat too quickly. Then, that bad habit of eating too fast follows me home. That is extremely unhealthful in and of itself. Next, there are studies that show that shorter lunches result in kids eating fewer fruits and vegetables. Third of all, when the lines are longer on more popular lunches it is very likely that we will only have less than ten minutes to eat. That means kids don't have the time to finish their meals. That leads to kids having less energy and brain power and doing worse in school. Chichester is already a great school, imagine how adding 10 to 15 more minutes to our lunch period could help us excel even more here at CCS. Please consider my thoughts and ideas about this serious problem and thank you for reading this. Have a good rest of your day!        

    

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Scarecrow Contest
By Allison, Rams Editor

Student Council has just concluded a scarecrow contest where people and groups created scarecrows and brought them to the school to enter in the contest. Folks created any type of scarecrow with any theme and entered it in the contest. All they had to do was contact Mrs. Mara, who runs Student Council and let her know they were putting out a scarecrow. The prize for the favorite scarecrow, voted on by citizens and school families, was  $50 which was split between the two winners which were:
  • the Eldredge family, who created Pokemon
  • Mrs. Douglas’s Second grade class scarecrow who was posing as a farmer.

Thank you for supporting our Student Council Project!

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These are some of Mrs. D.'s second graders posing with their scarecrow.

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Scarin’ Up a Contest to Crow About!
Mrs. Audet, Chief Editor
Look around Chichester Central School this Halloween weekend and you’ll notice some unusual visitors! Kids, along with teachers and townsfolk, have created a motley assortment of Scarecrows ranging from a farmer to a veterinarian. A watchful police officer is on duty, along with the Rams Record’s own reporter, Dave Chichester, hiding in a Trash Can so he can get the scoop ahead of our competition at the Concord Monitor!

As  y’all head out to Trunk or Treat Sunday, October 30, be sure to take a look. Then vote for your favorite! The most popular scarecrow will win a prize! rams scarecrow.jpgrti 2 scarecrow.jpgtrashman solo.jpg

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Cup Stacking
By Madelyn
Hello guys, I just found out that that there is going to be a cup stacking club at our school. For all of you who don’t know what cup stacking is, I will tell you. Most years my school, Chichester Central School, we have time after school and some of us get together and stack cups. It is a lot of fun. Once we did a fundraiser and got a bunch of  cans and stacked them. It was a lot of fun! Grades 3-8 are able to join. We get to together once a week in the multipurpose room. Our guidance counselor, Mrs. Carrier, is usually in charge of that. It is a lot of fun. If you are interested in joining, please talk to Mrs. Carrier.   
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Making Strides
Allison

National Junior Honor Society is fundraising for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. The Breast Cancer Walk is to raise money to fight breast cancer. Breast cancer is a disease that, if untreated, can cause death in women. The money raised for this event is used to help research and prevent this disease from infecting more women than it already has. If you would like to join the fight you can sign up at the Making Strides website: http://makingstrides.acsevents.org/site/PageServer?pagename=MSABC_CY15_FindAnEvent) or if you would like to donate to NJHS and track their progress you can go to their team site at: http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/MakingStridesAgainstBreastCancer/MSABCCY16NE?team_id=2085985&pg=team&fr_id=77338.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

The Masked Man
Emma Cox
As I walked down the marble steps all eyes were on me. My auburn hair was pinned up with a few strands curled close to my face. My mask hid who I was and I was glad. Tonight I didn't want to be a princess I just wanted to be a commoner. As soon as I stepped out onto the dance floor a man about my age asked me to dance. His green eyes took me away, only half of his face was hidden from me, when he spoke his chocolate smooth voice eased my racing heart. When his hand touched my waist to bring me into the dance position, my heart skipped a beat. I asked him his name but he said he couldn't tell me. He was a brilliant dancer. The one thing we talked about that saddened me was that he was leaving for England tomorrow and I might never see him again.
We danced all night and at midnight I realized that we had made our way to the garden in the back of the plaice. The moonlight made him even more beautiful. Once at the waterfall we sat at a bench near the rose bushes. He took my hand in his then slowly untied the strings on his mask. I was shocked when I realized who the man was. He is the prince of Denmark. I was promised to him ever since I was three. Prince Matthew went to untie my mask but I ran through the gardens and to the gazebo where I hid from my father whenever we visited my mother's sister in France. The prince followed me and I tried to run again but he grabbed my arm and took off the mask. I couldn't look at him; he released my arm and started to stutter sorry and I just walked back into the gazebo and sat down. "Princess Claire?" Prince Mathew asked.
"Yes sir." I said back looking at him.
"You ran from me. Why?" I looked up to see the prince sitting across from me.
"Well...it's complicated I am promised to you and I didn't want you to think of me like this."
"Oh well we're promised to each other?"
"Yes....you didn't know?" I asked walking over to him and sitting near him.
"No I didn't my father never told me. He said not to worry about it."
"Oh well I'm sorry we had to meet this way." I said stealing another look at Matthew. He was already looking at me. I looked away quickly and I could feel the blood creeping up to my ears. "I have to go back inside. My father will be looking for me."
"Naturally, but before you go can I have one last dance?" Matthew asked.
"Of Course. You are a great dancer." We danced for thirty more minutes before Matthew walked me back to the palace. He told me that he was happy with his father's decision about the arranged marriage and I agreed.
"I'll see you soon Princess Claire." Matthew said. He bowed to me and kissed my hand.
We were married next spring on my eighteenth birthday. I stand next to my love today giving our daughter away to her love.

And we all lived happily ever after.

Thursday, March 3, 2016

The New Hampshire PRIMARIES
Jessy B.
On the 9th of February, adults from all corners of New Hampshire were eager to vote for the presidential candidate of their choice. The votes have been counted, and the winner for the Democratic party was Bernie Sanders. The  Republican winner was Donald Trump. The runner-up for the Democratic party was Hillary Clinton. In second place for the Republican party was John Kasich.
Democrats Percentage of Votes
Republican Percentage of Votes
Bernie Sanders - 60.4%
Donald Trump - 35.3%
Hillary Clinton - 38%
John Kasich - 15.8%
 

Thursday, February 11, 2016

By: Kendra L.
This year the drama club is doing the play "The Lion King Junior". The cast has been selected. Older Simba is being played by Zach B. and E.J. S. Younger Simba is being played by Dillon L. Older Nala is being played by Mady L., younger Nala by Olivia B.and Sami B. Zazu is being played by Jessy B. Timon is being played by me, Kendra L. Pumbaa is being played by Bridget M. Sarabi is Leah L. Scar Julia H. Mufasa is being played by Emma C. Bonzi is being played by Lydia J.Shezi is being played by Allison M and Ed is being played by Aslin C. Many of the cast members say  the play is going to be very exciting and they can't wait for the production to be played in front of an audience. Be sure to stay tuned for information about how YOU can get tickets to watch this up”roar”ious production!!!
Coming Soon!!!
Allison M


Multicultural Fair is coming soon to CCS! Multicultural Fair is an event where you can go and have dinner, watch a show and then you can travel around the world by just stopping in at each classroom. Please join CCS on Thursday, February 18, at 5:00 for the dinner. The show will start at 5:30. You can visit classrooms from 6:00 to 7:00. 




    
















The Walk Against Breast Cancer
By:Allison M

The Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday, October the 18th, at the Memorial Field, in Concord raised  $466,871.00, to help find a cure for breast cancer. Anyone who could walk 3-5 miles teamed up to help raise money for this cause. Also, companies came and helped sponsor this event. In 2012, 1.7 million people were diagnosed with breast cancer. Twenty-five percent of those people were women. Student Council held a raffle to help raise money for this cause. The raffle was a beautiful quilt. Heidi Parker received the honor to take the beautiful quilt home.     
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Thursday, January 7, 2016

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           Have ‘O-LAF’ in 2016
S’No Joke! The Rams Record is sponsoring a January “joke-a-thon”! Read on to Learn how to earn a dunkin’ donuts gift card for tickling your funny bone!


Howdy, Y’all! Welcome to 2016.  One of my New Year’s Resolutions is to share fun and laughter with others every single day! In the spirit of fun and frivolity, I created the Bulletin Board above.  In the arctic-blue folder are Joke slips that look like this:
12873504774_8a76af4114_b.jpgSNOW JOKE! Have ‘OLAF’ in 2016!  

Your Name:_______________________________
Your Teacher/Grade or Class: _______________; My JOKE The Punch line is on the back!
Write a joke on the front and the punch line, if there is one, on back. Place the slip, or slips if you wish to contribute several jokes throughout the month,  in the folder’s left pocket below the snow flake labelled “Insert jokes here”.  My Rams Record editors and I will read each joke and display them on the bulletin board for at least 2 days to give folks a chance to enjoy them, before replacing them with new jokes. Simultaneously, the jokes will be shared on the Rams Blog. Now...here’s where it get’s interesting for those who love Dunkin’ Donuts!
Jokes will be accepted and displayed through January 31, 2016. On the last day, all jokes that were submitted will be placed in a large bag. One will be drawn and the lucky jokester will earn a Dunkin’ Donuts gift card.

  Do not fret, dear donut lovers, if you are not able to submit a joke, because you can earn a Dunkin’ Donuts gift card, just for READING each joke throughout the month, either on the Bulletin Board or on the Rams Record Blog. There will be a Quiz at the end of the month. Jokes will be printed from among those displayed. Write the punch lines to prove you participated in the “Have ‘Olaf’ in 2016”  Jokeathon. All correct quizzes will be entered in a Dunkin’s drawing as well!
Happy New Year of Laughter and Joy,
Mrs. Audet ;)


Generous People of New Hampshire
by Lindsey

Thank you to those who gave to people in need this holiday season. Whether you donated toys, dropped money in the Salvation Army kettle or sent in canned goods to CCS you made a big difference. But don't forget that people need help in the New Year too. Some kids don’t have their mom or dad home because they are in the military overseas in a different country. Some other families need help from those who can give food, clothing or school supplies. Please think about how you can help your community. There are lots of ways you can contribute, like donating food to the Food Pantry or a nearby food drive. The Salvation Army and Goodwill are open all through the year for donations. It’s easy to get busy after the holidays, but people need help all through the year. So don’t just walk or drive by. Give however you can to the needy.  Give them hope and joy.