Pam Ellwood
3rd Grade Teacher
South
My name is Pam Ellwood and I began teaching at Chapel Hill Christian School in 1986. I have taught at both campuses at various grade levels, PK, 1st, and 3rd. I enjoyed them all. I live in Uniontown with my husband John and my son Ben. Ben graduated from CHCS North in 2004. My husband is a firefighter paramedic, and currently studying nursing. I graduated from Liberty University with a Bachelor's Degree in early childhood education. I am certified to teach grades K-8. I am the youngest of five children, and was fortunate enough to be raised in a Christian home. The Lord has blessed me with the opportunity to serve Him at CHCS. My prayer is that my students and their families will see the love of Christ through me. I also pray they will grow spiritually as well as academically, emotionally, and socially. I just love to watch them learn and grow. CHCS is such a great place to be a teacher. My Classroom Mission My prayer for my students and families is that each one will grow and learn, not just academically, but spiritually. Each child and family is different, but special. My prayer is that they will see the love of Christ through our school. Major Events Of This Year
  • Magical Theatre Field Trip
  • McKinley Museum Overnight Trip
  • Biographical Tea
  • Olympic Event Day
  • Canal Boat Field Trip
By The End of First Grade, Students:
  • Enjoy learning and coming to school
  • Should be reading on a third grade level
  • Addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts to 12
  • Write a good paragraph and short story
  • Know how much Jesus loves them
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COVID-19 Cases:

9/9/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19. Individual recovered and returned symptom free after quarantine according to CDC guidelines. Contact traced to 2 people and both came back negative.

10/14/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19.
(Symptoms on 10/14). Individual recovered and returned symptom free after quarantine according to CDC guidelines. Contract traced to 0 people.

11/12/20 - One Confirmed case of COVID-19.
Individual was quarantined at the time of the positive test due to being a contact trace from an individual outside of the school. Contact traced to 0 people.

11/13/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19.
(Symptoms on 11/14). Individual was already in quarantine due to being a contact trace from an individual outside of the school. Contact traced to zero people.

11/27/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19. 
Individual was at home due to the Thanksgiving Break and is now in quarantine according to CDC Guidelines.  Contract tracing is in process with Summit County Public Health; seven individuals are following quarantine according to CDC Guidelines while tracing proceeds.