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First Presentations

Mrs. Fenton's first graders had their first taste of presenting their work in front of the class earlier this week.  After studying various interesting animals, students were sent home with the outline of a person.Their assignment was to create coverings from household items such as pasta, feathers, and paper to represent the protective exteriors of their favorite critter. As an example, pangolins are mammals which have large, protective keratin scales covering their skin.  Using lasagna noodles to represent the scales, a student gave a detailed description of this animal to the classroom.  This fun activity engaged students on several levels and won't soon be forgotten. 

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Softball Girls Were on Fire Last Night

Junior High, Varsity and JV, it's all good.

Our Lady Midgets, Varsity, JV, JH teams A and B at play had great games against Maysville here at home last night. Winning all their games was fun, especially after their concern about possibly being rained out. Congratulations to all our Lady Midgets and high school Coach Fitzpatrick and his assistant, Coach Katelyn Valentine as well as JH Coach Shannon Bain and her assitant, Coach Blane Robinson.                                           

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Stretching in Math

      We all know muscles hurt when we do things we are not used to doing.  It is good to stretch the muscles to get them used to activity.  That is what is  happening  in  8 th grade math class.  We are stretching our math knowledge and it may seem hard at the time and even hurts a little as we are doing it.   “No pain, no gain” applies even in math.       Students are diligently working to become proficient in solving and rewriting equations.  They are stretched as these skills are applied to geometric formulas and real-life problems.  Remind your student that their ebooks have videos which they can view on certain examples to help them on  problems  that may be a struggle.  Of course, I am . . .

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Mrs. Whitworth's Class Sings a Respect Rap

Mrs. Whitworth's Third Grade class has spent the beginning of the school year building a positive classroom community. The children have focused on being kind to others and showing respect to all. They have read books such as Enemy Pie, had class discussions, watched positive videos from Kid President, and learned a song called The Respect Rap (found on YouTube).  Click on the link below to watch this very lively class explain what respect means to them. https://youtu.be/END3bns7maM

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Campus Beautification

Last spring, the National Junior Honor Society decided they wanted to make improvements to the landscaping outside of the middle school.  After meeting and discussing the issue with Middle School Principal Mr. Garber, we agreed to have the already existing plants removed and place mulch with planting barrels on top.   This Thursday, the National Junior Honor Society and Student Council officers worked together to plant fall mums in the newly provided barrels.  Thank you to Mr. Garber for making this possible.  All students involved had great time working together to beautify our campus.  

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Barb Hodges Receives Alumni Staff Award

During yesterday's professional development time Mrs. Barb Hodges was presented with the UHS/PCHS Alumni Association Alumni Staff Award recognizing her continuing to uphold the education standards of this district.  This honor was based on a vote by her peers.

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