We celebrated with our 5th year of 5th grade graduates.
520 students in Pre-K thru 5th grade were served this school year.
1st -5th grade students accessed Study Island, a web-based, STAAR formatted computer curriculum in the school’s computer lab and from home.
Student enrollment maintained an average of 99%, while attendance maintained an average of 97%.
3rd through 5th grade continued utilizing iStation as part of the Texas SUCCESS initiative.
PTA sponsored Kindergarten – 5th grade field trip admissions, as well as an in house special event for Pre-K.
The PE coaches hosted Hoops for Heart where students raised funds in support of the American Heart Association.
5th Graders participated in the annual overnight field trip to Pine Cove Camp in Tyler, TX.
A group of 80 students, parents and staff participated in Fort Worth’s annual Cowtown Marathon, and raced in the Cook Children’s 5k.
After school enrichment programs offered: Tae Kwon Do, dance classes – ballet, jazz and hip hop, Chess Club, Golf Club, Art Club, Eagle Artists, Soaring Eagle Choir, Blue Crew, Cooking Club and academic tutorials.
CHA’s 6th Annual Talent Show featured student performers ranging from dancers to vocalists, comedians and artists.
5th graders demonstrated their latest scientific inventions and projects in the CHA 6thAnnual Science Fair.
3rd, 4th, and 5th graders participated in the 6th annual Living Wax Museum.
Eighty-five 3rd and 4th graders attended SMaRT Camp, sponsored by the Texas Rangers.
A STAAR Pep Rally was held for the 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders taking the STAAR test.
CHA hosted 2 Scholastic Book Fairs.
PTA held our first Penny Wars. The students enjoyed the friendly competition and raised funds for school events.
In partnership with the YMCA, 4th and 5th grade students participated in Basketball.
Field Trips – 1st grade - Fort Worth Nature Center, 2nd grade - UTA Planetarium, 3rd grade - Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, 4th grade - Dinosaur Valley State Park.
Partnered with Trinity Valley School – 8th and 9th graders tutored CHA 2nd and 3rd graders, weekly.
1st graders embarked on their first of many research projects and made their debut in public speaking when they individually presented their “Animal Projects”.