December 21, 2018
Spotlight on Madison County Schools
The Joy of Giving
Mrs. Butler's Sixth graders are learning the importance of giving by
making lap blankets for a local nursing home.
Fifth grade students completed figurative language unit with Idiom Day.
Iggy Peck, Architect
It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas
NHHS Anchor Club and the Leadership Class collected donations for Stockings of Hope!
Ms. Quattlebaum, our Spanish Access Teacher, helped these students finish this semester with a wealth of knowledge for understanding the Spanish language!
Students enjoyed a day of fun and fellowship while
participating in holiday activities in the gym.
Volunteerism and Paying It Forward
Ms. Dill, Mrs. Fletcher, and the EES Student Council members are spreading a little
Volunteer Cheer at Santa's Village. We had a great time!
Thank you Endeavor community for supporting our ACE students in their Pay it Forward project. After planning their activity and implementation schoolwide, the ACE students delivered the donations to each organization.
Drama Club performs their Christmas play, "The One and Only Santa"
Fourth graders enjoyed games during their holiday party.
Endeavor students in Spanish Den learn about celebrations in other countries by creating “Papel Picado” decorations for November and December festivities in Latin America!
Jayden and Christian create “Papel Picado” during Spanish Den!
Annali creates “Papel Picado” during Spanish Den!
Endeavor’s students participate in the Cub-A-Thon fun run organized by our PTA. Parent volunteers, teachers, and students had a blast while helping our school!
Endeavor's running club participated in the 3k run at the Galaxy of Lights in Huntsville on Nov. 27th. It was a really "cool" event.
Super Citizen Heroes- 2nd Grade
Congratulations Mr. Gunnels & Mrs. Wilkenson for receiving the Super Citizen Award from our 2nd Graders and the Liberty's Legacy Super Citizen Program! Students, Teachers, & Staff love y'all so much! We are blessed to have such awesome role models & leaders at Harvest Elementary!
St. Jude Cards
Second graders in Mrs. Abernathy's classroom wrote letters to friends at St. Jude.
Adjectives w/ the Grinch
Mrs. McBride's 3rd Graders described “The Grinch” with adjectives and sported their
best Grinch frowns in this photo!
Christmas Around the World
Fourth graders in Ms. Hampton's class researched countries and
presented Christmas Around the World reports in class.
Favorite Dec. Movie Character Day
Students, Teachers, and Staff dressed as their Favorite Dec. Movie Character.
Our Cafeteria Staff showed The Polar Express in the Cafeteria during lunch.
Alabama Cooperative Extension
Dr. Angela Williams, AL Cooperative Extension visited our 4th graders. They learned about polymers and acrylic acid as they made Christmas ornaments.
Santa’s MakerSpace Workshop
K-5 students took the pledge as Honorary Elves to problem-solve for Santa on Christmas Eve. From building shelters for elves who fell off Santa’s sleigh to a marble-run reindeer race to rocket ship made from magformers to retrieve a rogue elf, students created all kinds of structures and inventions.
Rocket City Run
Members of Legacy’s Running Club ran in the Rocket City Kid’s Marathon on December 8th. They worked hard all semester to accumulate their miles with Rocket City Run being the culminating mile.
Coding with Dance Party
Mr. Tim Gels and Jessica Williamson instructed LES students on how to code with Dance Party through the Hour of Code website. After whole group instruction, students used iPads to create their own Dance Party.
Hour of coding with BeeBots and Osmos!
First Graders have their tickets for the Polar Express!
Catch Me If You Can!
All Gingerbread Men are accounted for!
Some Christmas Fun
Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
Watch Dogs Kickoff
MES Students of the Month
Congratulations to these students for being chosen as our
Students of the Month for November and December!
Traveling around the USA
Mrs. Cleaves’ 2nd grade class has been learning all about United States symbols and monuments. They created a “suitcase” full of information about each one and then collaborated with Mrs. Gross’ 4th graders to share all they have learned.
4K class visits Santa’s Village
Our 4K students got to experience their first field trip! They had a blast at Santa’s Village making ornaments, visiting reindeer, and of course visiting with Santa.
Cereal Drive for House of the Harvest
The Monrovia Elementary Student Council held a cereal drive over the past few weeks for House of the Harvest. They were able to collect more than 100 boxes of cereal to donate! Members also volunteered at House of the Harvest on Saturday morning.
Monrovia Choir visit Nursing Home
Members of the Monrovia Choir visited Millenium Nursing Home and the Tut Fann Veterans Home on December 7th. Students visited residents, dropped off items they collected during a service project, and performed some Holiday songs.
MES Honor Society Service Project
The Monrovia Elementary School National Honor Society
collecting socks over the past few weeks to donate to the Tent City Project.
We are so proud of our students for helping others this holiday season!
Monrovia Scholars' bowl team won the Madison County Tournament 5-0 against the other Madison County teams. They won not only first place at the Madison County Tournament but also won first place 9-0 against the other Madison County teams in the Regular Season. This is the fourth time in a row that Monrovia has won the Madison County Regular Season. In addition, we had 4 players to make the All - County team: Isabelle Berube, Hunter Mason, Cade Collins, and Tate Osborne. Congratulations to all of our scholars' bowl players who participated in the Regular Season and the County Tournament.
The scores are as follows for our matches at the County Tournament:
Round 1 Monrovia vs. Meridianville 495 – 100
Round 2 Monrovia vs. Central 395 – 120
Round 3 Monrovia vs. Buckhorn 345 – 205
Round 4 Monrovia vs. Madison County 350 – 65
Round 5 Monrovia vs. Sparkman 505 - 100
Wish them well as they head next weekend to the Thompson Middle School tournament in Alabaster, Alabama in the Questions Unlimited National Qualifier.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the MMS Library!
On December 11 all of the MMS Bands came together and performed a wonderful concert for family and friends. It was very well attended with standing room only!
Blue Ribbon Conference
Sparkman HS was recognized as a Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence!
HudsonAlpha Tour and Lab
State Educator of the Year Award
ACT 30+ Club
Welcome to the most recent additions to the ACT 30+ Club!
These students scored a 30 or higher on the ACT!
Servant Leadership at Work
Congratulations to the Sparkman Engineering teams for winning first place in the InSPIRESS competition.They competed by presenting their payload concept design to engineers, scientist and researchers from NASA, Redstone Arsenal, and UAH. Each team competed in three categories payload proposal, open house and final review. There were three divisions and they did outstanding!
Team one: Nathan Prickett, Dalena Doan, James Morris, Kyler Waters, Troy Newley, and Rico Medina
1st place in Open House
1st placein Final review
1st place in their division overall
Team 2: Elijah Luna, Chris Weis, Lillian Reardon, Leonard Hochmuth,Isaac Dance, and Caleb Flowers
1st place in Open House
Team 3: Jaiden Garner, Lilly Melicks,Aaron Troupe, Keith Chitmanee,Noah Schafer, Karson Knoll, Seth McNabb, and Trey Lyon
1st place in Final Review
1st Place in their division overall
Cheerleaders are State Champions!
House of the Harvest Food Drive
SMS Students collected hundreds of items for House of the Harvest. We are always super excited to support this wonderful charity.
Mentoring Success in Entrepreneurship
We are super proud of our students who were selected to participate in the Madison County Honor Band!
Sadie Schroepfer, Henna King, Tyree Davis, Evan Smitherman, Caleb Montgomery, Aiden Wilbanks, Brianna Nales, Maximus Hilton, Thomas Sanders
National Board Certification
Even adults deserve a #cougarcalloftheday! Mr. O’Rear called Merri’s husband Craig & tell him how proud we are of Mrs. Gardunia. Anyone that knows her knows how much she loves children & what a giving person she is.Proud of you @mgardunia1 for becoming a NBCT! #more4them
Service Organizations Leading the Way!
Wreaths Across America
Bryant-Jordan Award Winners
EMERSON BARRETT, DAR GOOD CITIZENS AWARD
BHS IS A TWO-TIME AWARDEE OF THE BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE LIGHTHOUSE AWARD
UAB WHITE HONOR BAND
HUNTSVILLE YOUTH SYMPHONY
What a fantastic performance by the Huntsville Youth Symphony at last weekend's Carols of Christmas at Trinity United Methodist Church. BHS Junior, David Harris, is a member of HYS and plays both the Oboe and English Horn! The video features Joseph Lee as he leads the HYS in the Trepak from Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite."
LINK TO HUNTSVILLE YOUTH SYMPHONY VIDEO:
JROTC COLOR GUARD PLACES 2ND
Thank you to Mrs. Katie Jewart, MCSS Career Coach, for setting up this week's mock interviews with Mrs. Krentel's & Mr. Dunn's Algebra with Finance students.
Special thank you to the following community leaders for spending the day with our students to help them prepare for the future!
Jaye West, Mississippi State University
Chris Hawkins, Wells Fargo
Jasmine Crutcher, Athens State University
Peggy O'Neal, Madison County Career Tech Center - Work Based Learning
Bill Livermore, Madison County Career Tech Center - Work Based Learning
John Roberts, Madison Huntsville Homebuilders Association
Tiffany Green, J.F. Drake State Community & Technical College
Timothy Jones, J.F. Drake State Community & Technical College
Thomas Hanners, AMRDEC
Demaris Jenkins, Madison County Career Tech Center - Work Based Learning
Kenya Russell, J.F. Drake State Community & Technical College
Kathy Moore, Lowe's Home Improvement
Doug Brazier, Calhoun Community College
EARTH & SPACE SCIENCE
National STEM Day
Christmas Spirit of Giving
VARSITY BOYS BOWLING WIN MATCH AGAINST HGHS
Congratulations to Varsity Boys Bowling on their win over Hazel Green last Friday! Jackson Stiles and Peyton Hughes hit new personal records for a school match this season!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BHS STATE SWIM TEAM
The 2018 AHSAA Swim Championship preliminary swim events went well for Buckhorn. Swimming in last weekend’s finals were:
For the Buckhorn Girls:
400 yard Free Relay (13th) - with Emerson Barrett, Tori Westbrook, Faith Blanshan, and Devyn Taylor;
100 yard Backstroke - Emerson Barrett (12th);
For the Buckhorn Boys:
The 200 yard Medley Relay (7th) - with Carson Amos, Ethan Amos, Neil Hudson, & Jack Sentell;
200 yard Freestyle - Jack Sentell (9th);
100 yard Butterfly - Carson Amos (6th), and, Neil Hudson (14th);
500 yard Freestyle - Jack Sentell (7th);
200 yard Freestyle Relay (10th) - with Jack Sentell, Evan Simmons, Ethan Amos, & Carson Amos;
100 yard Backstroke - Carson Amos (10th);
400 yard Freestyle Relay (16th) - with Ethan Amos, Reid Crisler, Evan Simmons, & Neil Hudson.
Congratulations Bucks! #BuckPride
BUCKHORN BASKETBALL SWEEPS GRISSOM
Varsity Girls got the WIN over Grissom, 38-33 and our undefeated Varsity Boys (10-0) followed up with another WIN over Grissom, 74-68. JV Girls won 55-13, JV boys won 48-36 and Freshman Boys completed the sweep with a 54-34 win!!
See pictures from the Varsity Girls game at the link below:
Buckhorn Varsity Boys are ranked #8 in the season’s first HS basketball poll.
BHS SOCCER RECEIVES TARGET GRANT
Congratulations to BHS Soccer for being selected for a $1000 Target grant. The Target youth soccer grants program provides support for player registration fees, player and field equipment, and training and professional development for volunteer coaches. As part of the program, Target will provide annual $1,000 grants on behalf of each Target store and distribution center in the U.S. to federally tax-exempt section 501(c)(3) charitable organizations, accredited schools, or public agencies located in the U.S. or one of its protectorates that have soccer programs serving youth 5 to 18 years old.
National Board Certification
Our Scholars’ Bowl team placed 3rd in the Madison County Tournament. Wesley Stanley, Andrew Lewis, and Braeden Hayes placed in the Top 10 for toss-ups this season, with Braeden placing first!
Hour of Code
On December 7th, our 7th grade Geography and Civics classes participated in the Hour of Code 2018. Thank you for BHS’s Coach Bohon and his classes for coming to assist us.
Live from New Market, it’s BMS Live! Our Drama Program students produced a holiday showcase of comedy skits and sketches, similar to Saturday Night Live.
Shop with a Hero
Mrs. Pierce’s (8th grade history) Alabama History class presented a
Wax Museum of “Famous Alabamians.”
Deck the Halls
Deck the doorways! Our teachers decorated their doors and halls!
For this incentive trip, we journeyed to Stars and Strikes. Even the teachers got in on the fun!
Visit from Santa
Mr. and Mrs. Clause stopped by BMS for photo ops and goodies!
Learning about Light and Sound
Christmas at NMS
NMS loves to celebrate and we celebrated Christmas in STYLE! Monday was Ugly Sweater Day, Tuesday was Elf Day, and Wednesday was Polar Express PJ Day. Check out the video for pictures-
Blue Ribbon Conference
Superintendent Massey Visits
Gearing Up with Girls
Several 4th and 5th grade NMS students participated Gearing Up with Girls, an Engineering Workshop at James Clemens High School. They completed engineering challenges throughout the day including a catapult design and egg drop challenge. Gearing Up with Girls was organized by a Senior level Girl Scout as a part of her Gold Award project. The Gold Award is the highest achievement within the Girl Scouts of the USA.
National Board Certification
PreK Family Night
The NMS PreK students and their parents participated in a holiday themed family event on Dec. 4. The students crafted with the parents, wrote letters to Santa (with help!), and celebrated Christmas throughout the evening.
Hour of Code
NMS students participated in Code.org’s Hour of Code this week with fun Christmas challenges, dance party algorithms, and more! “The Hour of Code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code", to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science.”
Canned Food Drive
New Market students collected canned goods for the Bobbie G. Odom food pantry the last week of December. The students collected 2000 items!!! We are so proud of our students and families for giving to this great cause! Our student ambassadors helped to sort and deliver these items to the food pantry!
Congratulations Ms. Souder!
Leaders of the Month
Congratulations to our students who were selected as RES Leaders of the Month for December! These students were selected by teachers and staff for the leadership qualities and excellent character they display at school each day. Their pictures are now proudly displayed on our Leadership Wall in the front lobby.
Pre-K - Alexus Haggard and Jude McCullum
K - Brynlee Turley and Brayden Pogue
1 - Kloie Riggins and Kamari Miller
2 - Ani Flores-Rodriguez and Drake Ramsey
3 - Raegan Leonard and Greyson Hershbine
Shop With A Hero
We had a great day at Shop With a Hero! A few Riverton heroes making Christmas happen for our students and families. Thank you Flint River Baptist Church, Locust Grove Baptist Church, and Walmart for partnering with our schools, families, and community to make such a difference and to impact the lives of our children!
HUGE shout out to Walmart Supercenter Huntsville - Winchester Rd.and store manager, Marcus Williams, for donating to Riverton every single month so that we can recognize and reward perfect attendance! We appreciate your generosity and your support!
Congratulations to our Perfect Attendance Party winners for the month of November! I can’t tell you how many times I was stopped in the hallway in the past week by students asking when the big party was. They got to enjoy popcorn and a movie as a reward. Proud of these kids. Keep up the great attendance!
2018 Crystal Apple Award
Only four teachers each year receive this award, while hundreds are nominated. We are SO proud of Mrs. B and her dedication to teaching and learning, as well as loving her students.
Blue Ribbon Conference
Three of our teachers and instructional experts presented on multisensory strategies at the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence conference this morning.
We are very proud of Teresa Keel, Amanda Darnell, and Katrina Stapleton as they presented to a packed house of educators from all over the U.S.
“Text matters. Be very cognizant about what you have your students reading.” -K. Stapleton
Employee of the Month
Congratulations to our Employee of the Month, Mrs. Roxy Rose! Mrs. Rose was voted on by her peers and colleagues for this recognition!
Mrs. Rose does a LOT for our school. She is currently a member of the Green Team, which is a team that is currently planning to build an observatory overlooking the Flint River in our backyard. Mrs. Rose also voluntarily led a Phonics book study last summer and did a phenomenal job sharing her knowledge and best practices. Moreover, Mrs. Rose volunteers for the Walking Club each week.
Several RES employees left comments about Mrs. Rose's dedication to RES:
"She loves her children and works tirelessly to meet their every need."
"Whenever asked if she can help with a project or school wide initiative, she ALWAYS says YES! All with a smile on her face."
"Roxy Rose is so helpful to all of first grade with finding reading materials to share."
"Roxy Rose always goes above and beyond the call of duty."
We are so proud to have Mrs. Rose as our Employee of the Month!
Mrs. Upchurch’s students made a thermometer yesterday with this outstanding AMSTI Specialist. Hot water expands; cold water contracts (Water & Climate Unit)!
Christmas breakfast was a huge success thanks to
Mrs. Janet Dean and her hardworking crew!
The 6th graders had a wonderful holiday party thanks to all of our parent volunteers!
Our 4th graders had a ball at the AR rewards party! PJ’s, popcorn and a movie!
Mrs. Powell’s students used the Engineering Design Process to devise a plan to clean up an oil spill so that it had the least impact on the ecosystem!
Enjoy Your Retirement, Mr. Hill!
Fourth grader, Faith, chose Mrs. Gossett, and second grader, Caleb, chose to eat lunch with Mrs. Jensen. What a great treat for both the students and the teachers!
Hazel Green High School's Band shared some of their favorite holiday songs with us!
The band rocks!
Shop with a Hero
Our community is blessed to have Flint River Baptist Church as a sponsor of Shop With a Hero. Their generous giving has helped so many of our families enjoy the holidays over the years. Students and families along with a hero were able to shop at the Hazel Green Wal-Mart. It is always a special time!
Students of the Month
Smart Move Recognition
Pictured left to right: Nathan Lasater, Bradley Forester, Dayne Long, Nathan Long, Sydni Brunner, Destiny Maggard, and Tiana Soloman Not pictured: Don Shackelford, Selena Gomez, Willie CJ Jones, and Svetlana Freeman
S.T.A.N.D. UP (Students Taking a New Direction Under Pressure) Team
Students Encourage Peers to Make Good Decisions
The HGHS S.T.A.N.D. UP (Students Taking a New Direction Under Pressure) Team performed skits for freshman classes and spoke from the heart about their own experiences in high school. Their purpose--to encourage our younger students to make good decisions and do the right thing. It was obvious how much our seniors care about their peers. While the team does have a teacher sponsor, it is a student-led organization. We appreciate these students' hard work in preparing for today but mostly, their character and willingness to help others. Thanks to all members of the S.T.A.N.D. UP Team!
Students of the Month
Congratulations to our Students of the Month! These students have been working hard in the classroom, and we thank them for being great leaders for our school. Keep up the great work!
9th Grade: Donald Uzomah & Briana Anderson
10th Grade: William McGriff & Khlood Yafai
11th Grade: Presley Johnson & Ali Cowan
12th Grade: Hunter Stafford & Hailie Brand (not pictured)
The HGHS Choral Department's Christmas Concert was spectacular! People can't stop talking about how amazing this choir sounded last night! We have so many talented students at HGHS and a wonderful choir director, Mrs. Flynn. Thanks to Mrs. Flynn and her students for an amazing show, and thanks to the Trojan Nation for supporting them!
HGES Holds Send-Off for Cheerleaders
Hazel Green Elementary School held a send-off for HGHS cheerleaders this morning since they will leave for STATE tomorrow! It was so sweet to see our Lil' Trojans cheering them on! We would like to thank HGES for their support! We love our Hazel Green Family!
Cheerleaders- 2nd Place in State
Lady Trojans Ranked #1!
Congratulations to the Lady Trojans! The team is ranked #1 in 6A in the first basketball rankings of the season. Let's go, Lady Trojans!
Girls' Bowling Secures Regional Appearance
With a 1014-846 win over Buckhorn, the girls' bowling team moves to 7-0 in area play and has secured a spot at Regionals! Congratulations, Lady Trojans! The boys' team lost a tough one to Buckhorn, marking their first loss of the season and moving to 6-1 in area play. Calvin Ninh set an HGHS bowling record of 253 in a match against Randolph this season. We are so proud of these teams!
Engineering Students Earn Industry Certification
Mrs. Glenn is proud to announce that 19 of her students earned their Industry Credential in the CAD Program Solid Edge. Congratulations to Mrs. Glenn and her students!
Coleton Bassler, Deontae Beauchamp, Aaron Piland, Katalina Archiable, Matthew Glenn, Ryan Tucker, Logan Gordon, Jack Wolff, Meredith Taylor, Garrett Allen, Dustin Hicks, Dalton Acklin, Aaden Foutch, Kylan Reeves, Aashawnti Nye, Jonathan Kirkham-Tate, Rowan Tipton, Skylar Sullivan, Ava Cook
A "GLENNgineered" Christmas Tree
We are loving the Engineering Academy's Christmas tree! Students designed ornaments using the CAD program and 3D printer, used chemical reactions to crystallize the pipe cleaner ornaments, and added parts from Vex robotics to "GLENNgineer" the tree (new word courtesy of Mrs. Glenn). It looks great!!
HGHS Student Excels in Equestrian Sport
Hallie Rush, a sophomore at HGHS, recently won the following: 1.35 (fences 4.4 feet tall) Zone Finals (states consisted of TN, MS, AL, GA, FL, and SC ) Champion on her horse Emiel and Reserve Champion on her horse HRS Fortuna, 1.25 (fences 4.1 feet tall) Zone Finals Reserve Champion, USEF National Champion on her horse Sky Miles, and competing in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association for horses, she won her over fences and her flat classes, qualifying for Regionals. She is also a national athletic letterman for the United States Equestrian Federation. Congratulations to Hallie on these outstanding accomplishments!
Most Festive Teachers
We had a contest at our faculty Christmas party for most festively dressed teacher. Cousin Eddie (Mrs. Thomson) was the winner! Ms. Kuykendall received second place, and Mrs. Morris came in third. Mrs. Brock and Mrs. McLain received honorable mention awards. We have some very festive teachers at HGHS!
LFES Students Exhibit Servant Leadership
Ch 48 Food Drive- Second grade students, Avery Minskey and Kiptyn Patterson, came up with the idea to start a club named the Kaboom Club and collect food for families before Christmas. They went around the school and asked teachers to bring in canned foods. They collected about 400 cans in a very short amount of time. Allen Stroud from Channel 48 even came to our school to interview and film Avery and Kiptyn! We are so proud of the love and care they have shown for our community!
The students at Lynn Fanning enjoyed celebrating the upcoming holidays in many ways-
Polar Express Day, Grinch Day, special meals, guests and activities.
Visit from Meteorologist, Brandon Spinner
Third graders were excited to welcome Brandon Spinner, Channel 48 Meteorologist, to our school! The idea came from one student’s assignment that was turned in. Mr. Spinner talked to students about weather and let them help with a couple of weather-related experiments. As a thank you for coming to visit, he was given a special pair of LFES socks since he loves fun socks!
Shop With a Hero
The MVMS Greenpower team competed in the Toyota Classic Greenpower race. We were in the top 10 for the F24 modified category. Team members are: Logan, Kyle, Tre, Donald, Lilly, Paige, and Ariella
The inaugural season of MVMS Wrestling got off to a great start with our first match
and our wrestling event held at MVMS.
Shop With A Hero
Shop with a Hero was a great success!
MMIS students brought in over 200 items for the House of the Harvest
during the December Food Drive.
Shop With a Hero
Some of our Warrior family participated as heroes in Shop with a Hero.
Sixth-grade students in Mrs. Perry's Math class made geometric ornaments to decorate
our school Christmas Tree.
Holiday Head Gear Day
Holiday Sweater Day
Santa and Candy Cane Day (Dress in Red and White)
Ambassadors of Friendship
The students did a wonderful job! We are so thankful for our WG families!
Christmas Around the World
Kindergarten is celebrating Christmas around the world and studying all the different
traditions in different countries.
Third grade had a great field trip to the Nutcracker and Chuck E Cheese.
Christmas Escape Game
Mrs. Boyett’s Fifth grade is making sure Christmas isn’t ruined by doing
an escape game with all kinds of different math problems in it.
During Art this week, the students created holiday cards.
These students worked hard and really put a good bit of detail into their cards.
Pre-K had a great day at Grinch Day!
The kids loved describing the grinch and having a tasty treat!
Mrs. Reid’s Third Grade made area and perimeter robots and bracelets
for the real Thanksgiving story.
Mrs. Young’s Fifth Grade tested the ph of a mystery substance.
Happy Birthday, Alabama
First Grade Field Trip to Santa’s Village and EarlyWorks Museum
Christmas Movie Character Day
Sock It To The Holidays!
Holiday Spirit Days
Holiday Headgear Day
The war has begun! Student creativity was shining through when sixth grade students created re-enactments of five World War I scenes to wrap up a unit of study in Mrs. Turner’s class. Every group had to research and write their own scripts. #MCESfamily #ALLmeansALLMCSS