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5th-8th Grade Little Chieftain Jump Ropers Perform at Homecoming

The 5th-8th Grade Little Chieftain Jump Ropers performed at Homecoming between games Friday night. These students have worked extremely hard at perfecting some old tricks as well a learning new ones. Many of our students have been involved with the Creek Nation Jump Rope Program for five or more years. This program, led by Scott Robinson, has helped create healthy lifestyle awareness for our students. Monday, February 8, the 3rd-4th Jump Rope students will perform at the Junior High Basketball game here at Wetumka. Come out and support our basketball players as well as jump ropers.
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Cason Crump Wins Jump Rope Design Contest

Recently, the Little Chieftain Jump Ropers sponsored a t-shirt design contest. Jumpers could enter their design of what the jump rope shirts for this year should look like. Cason Crump was the winner of the contest. His design was printed on the front of the shirts that the jump ropers will wear to perform their many jump rope tricks and he won $25. Way to go Cason!!!

This Week At A Glance . . . . . . .

Tuesday, February 2: JH & HS BB vs. Moss Away 4:00
Wednesday, February 3:
Thursday, February 4: JH BB vs. Wilson Away at 4:30
Friday, February 5:
Saturday, February 6: HS BB vs. Davenport Away 1:00


Life Principle: Temperance

Definition: Moderation in action, thought, or feeling

Related Quote: "The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it."--Arnold H. Glasow

Related Fable: The Goose and the Golden Eggs

Literature Connection: Duncan and Delores by Barbara Samuels; Thy Friend, Obadiah by Brinton Turkle

Practice #12: Learners assume responsibility for their own behavior. Their choices determine consequences.

Homecoming and Share the Fun Pictures to come . . .