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Million Word Readers million words

What an accomplishment!  Our honeybees were busy reading this year.  Congratulations to our students who read 1,000,000 plus words this year.  Recognized from fourth-grade are Azariya Guion, Cullen Harrell, Khloe Barrow, Micah Muse, Alejandro Diego-Francisco.  Lydia Hugans, Brayden Greene, and Austin Connell were recognized from third-grade.

Math Quiz Bowl Winners quiz bowl

Carolyn Clifton's students competed in a math quiz bowl. Students solved math computation problems and word problems for the standards in their grade. After competing for a week, the top-scoring students joined a championship round. Each student solved problems and had to buzz in first and answer correctly to earn points.

Fourth-grade winners were Braylen Dalton, Gage Radney, and Azariya Guion who placed first, second, and third respectively. First place in third grade was Ayden Williams, followed by Mikayla Barber and Tristian Davis.

Congratulations to our great math students!

Digital Learning Teacher Named DLAST

Congratulations to Forrest Love!! Mr. Love has been named our 2022 Digital Learning All Star Teacher. A Digital Learning All Star Teacher is a teacher who has embraced using technology to transform learning and uses digital tools to engage students. One comment included on a nomination form for Mr. Love states that he “uses technology with the students on a daily basis. He continues to seek fun, engaging, and grade level appropriate technological sources to enhance learning. His excitement for technology use can be seen on a daily basis as you pass his classroom. In addition, he helps support other staff members by sharing his knowledge.”

Thank you, Mr. Love, for supporting our students and your colleagues. We appreciate all you do.

Envision Grant Winners fl mt

Congratulations to third-grade teachers, Felicia Love and Morgan Taylor, who were recently awarded classroom grants by Envision Credit Union. Our grant winners are appreciative of the classroom opportunities the grants will provide their students.

 

 

Survival Experience survival gear

After reading Hatchet by Gary Paulsen, students in Ms. Dorminey, Miss Curry, Mrs. Norris, and Miss Futch's classes had a visit from Mr. Sean Smith, owner of Big Adventure Outfitters in Thomasville.  Mr. Smith talked to the students about camping, hiking, and equipment used to survive in the wilderness such as tents, cooking supplies, water filtration systems, and backpacks.  Students were able to ask questions, try out the equipment, and hear about Mr. Smith's personal hiking adventures.