Back Row L to R: Camryn Turpin, Lexi Cook, Raegan Anderson, Shelby Lewis, Morgan Ross, Kaelyn Walters, and Kaylie Ensor. Front Row L to R: Katie Carrico, Olivia Adams, Ellie Page, Carly Hombs, and Jade Lawson. The 7th grade girls basketball team competed in their first three games this past week. The Lady Panthers… Continue Reading 7th Grade Girls Basketball
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About Kara Ensor
I grew up not far from Centralia in the small town of Holliday, MO. After high school I attended the University of Missouri-Columbia where I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education in 2012, and a Master’s of Education degree in Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum in 2013.
I have been a kindergarten teacher at Chance Elementary since 2012, a Middle School softball coach since 2013, and the 7th Grade Girls basketball coach since 2016.
My hobbies include spending time with family and friends, cooking, crafting, and reading!
Entries by Kara Ensor
For the past two weeks the kindergarten students at CES have been completing a science unit about Motion and Stability. This unit included discussions about motion and forces including pushes, pulls, and gravity. After several discussions about these forces the students participated in an experiment! For the experiment the students were asked, “Can you build… Continue Reading Kindergarten Science!
Follow Your Dreams – Say No To Drugs was Monday’s theme for Red Ribbon week at CES. Below is a picture of some of Miss Ensor’s kindergarten class in their pajamas. This week we will be discussing making good choices such as eating healthy food, drinking water, exercising, and saying no to drugs!
Chance Elementary Students had Fire Safety Week from October 8 to October 12. Over the course of the week students practiced and discussed our Fire Drill procedures in their classroom as well as during special classes (P.E./Music/Art/Counselor/Library). Each grade level also discussed and practiced Fire Drill procedures for the playground and the cafeteria. In addition… Continue Reading Fire Safety Week!
The CBMS softball teams have begun their seasons and are off to great starts! The A team started their season with a 12-0 win over Southern Boone and the B team lost a close game 4-5. The A team has played seven games so far and currently has a record of 4-3. The B team… Continue Reading CBMS Softball
The 7th grade girls basketball team started their last week of play with a win over Hallsville (34-26). The high scorer was Annie Robinson with 12 points. In the first round of the CBMS Christmas Classic the Lady Panthers beat Westran (48-14) to move on to the championship game (high scorer Jozelyn Bostick with 12… Continue Reading CBMS 7th Grade Girls Basketball
7th grade girls basketball team has continued to have success on the court over the past few weeks with wins over North Callaway (46-5) and Harrisburg (47-7). The high scorer of the North Callaway game was Gretchen Marriott with 8 points, and the high scorer of the Harrisburg game was Autumn Hawkins with 10 points.… Continue Reading CBMS 7th Grade Girls Basketball
7th grade girls basketball is underway and the team has competed in their first 6 games of the season. In their first week of competition the girls beat Moberly (26-13), Macon (23-21), and Columbia Catholic (33-17). The high scorer of the Moberly game was Annie Robinson with 11 points, the high scorer of the Macon… Continue Reading CBMS 7th Grade Girls Basketball
In preparation for Fire Safety Week (October 8 – 14) the Centralia Fire Department visited kindergarten students at Chance Elementary. The kindergarten students were given fire prevention and safety tips, shown the equipment used when firefighters are on the scene of a fire or car crash, and were given the opportunity to sit inside the… Continue Reading Centralia Fire Department Visits Students at CES
The 7th and 8th grade softball teams finished up their seasons this past week. The 7th grade team ended with a record of 5-5. The 8th grade team ended with a 2-13 record, and an 8th place finish in the Clarence Cannon Conference Tournament. The girls worked hard this season and a lot of progress… Continue Reading CBMS Softball
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