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Bubmitted by Cindy Stewart, Bay Elementary School

The group picture is our latest recipients of the “Character Award for Dependability”

The next picture is of Ian Tomblin who found “Irresponsible Ivan”. “Irresponsible Ivan” is one of Mrs. Warren’s “Character Development Children” who hadn’t been very responsible all year and had gone missing. Kindergartener Ian Tomblin was the student that finally found Ivan. Mrs. Warren was happy that Ian had been looking for him all year and found him “hanging in a tree”!


BES Character Development Student

Submitted by Sherrie Binkowski, Van R. Butler Elementary School

Our kindergarteners enjoyed living out a fairy tale earlier this week, after studying about all the parts of a fairy tale. Thanks to the many parents that transformed our gym into a real fairy tale for the Fairy Tale Ball! 

MSE's 100 Club Members

May 24, 2016

Submitted by Krisy Spence, Maude Saunders Elementary School

Maude Saunders recognized 52 students who earned over 100 Accelerated Reader points this school year.  These students went above and beyond their grade level goal goals.  Special recognition was given to Jaden Stevenson, the high point earner for the school, who earned 455.5 points. 

Ronita Hinote, Principal of Mossy Head School, invited members of the inaugural 5th grade class at Mossy Head , to visit with the current 4th and 5th grade classes and share words of advice about how to make the middle school and high school years the best possible. Keara Bogart,  Laura Allison, and Jasmin Owen, who wore their cap and gowns for the occasion,  also spoke about their individual goals and how graduating high school is an important goal for every student.

MHS Inaugural 5th Grade Students Graduate High School

Submitted by Krisy Spence, Maude Saunders Elementary School

Maude Saunders students celebrated as former Little Warriors walked the halls in their cap and gown just days before graduating from Walton High School