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April Newsletter

April events

-7th and 8th graders took the STAR reading and math assessment to help teachers plan for next year.

Three of the books donated by students from the Noble and Greenough School.

APRIL DATA:


AR Points earned: 296 points

Top point earners: Yasheik Horne: 80.2; Atoria Dennis: 32.2; Shamyra Kimbrough: 31.2; Jakayla Matthews: 30.5; Trinity Rivers: 30.0.

Langston Hughes

Dream Deferred

What happens to a dream deferred?

Does it dry up Like a raisin in the sun?

Or fester like a sore-- And then run?

Does it stink like rotten meat?

Or crust and sugar over-- like a syrupy sweet?

Maybe it just sags like a heavy load.


Or does it explode?

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Getting ready for May

-Students are reading fast and furious to be among the top 30 AR readers to attend a Biscuits baseball game on May 10. A 25 point minimum is required.


-Students will complete the STAR reading and math assessments to provide data to help teachers plan for next year.

Contact me or come by anytime!

LIbrary Advisory Committee:

Mrs. Lashonda Moorer, Principal

Mrs. Glenda Davis, Lib/media

Mrs. Drue Lee, English Department Head

Mr. Arthur Capers, Selma City School Representative

Ms. Stephanie Coles, Parent

Mr. Earl Coleman, Selma City School District Technology Coordinator