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Fair Bear Fair Bear Winner Selected

Each year, students in grades four through six have an opportunity to compete in the Fair Bear Writing Competition sponsored by the Georgia National Fair.  This year's theme is "Fair Bear Visits Georgia's Coast".  Keya Patel from Mrs. Stewart's class earned first-place, and Maggie Cook from Mrs. Ingles's class earned second place.  Keya's entry will be submitted to the state-wide level of competition.  Congratulations to both students!

SRO Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

In honor of Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, students in Lynnette Fykes's and Morgan Taylor's classes made cards and collected money for gift cards to present to our School Resource Officers.  We appreciate their diligence in looking after us each day.

King Celebrating the American Revolution

"It's too late to apologize now!"  Those were the words the colonists sent to King George III after the defeat of the British by the American colonists in a play performed by Daphney King's fourth-grade students.

"Role-playing is a wonderful way to actively engage students in their learning," said King. "Student engagement is so critical in the learning process.  Facilitating their learning during this process was a thrill.

King wrote a play entitled "No Taxation Without Representation", transforming the usual history lecture about the American Revolution into a live learning model.  Events, places, and characters were based on factual information.  Each student was assigned a role in the play.  Students researched their character, created a unique Google slide which was displayed during their part of the play, and identified key traits.  Students were allowed to come to school "in character" so they could bring their characters to life during the performance.

To King's astonishment, students were found practicing on the playground at recess.  A student ran past yelling, "The British are coming!". The time invested in this activity was well worth the end results.

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