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November 21, 2012

Chalk Talk – November 21, 2012

Colonel Smith Middle School

Girls’ softball back at SMS

Colonel Smith Middle School has a girls’ softball team this year, the Colonel Smith Middle School Lady Panthers. Skylar Clayton is at bat against Bisbee’s Lowell School team on the Smith Middle School ball field. The 14 girls, coach Susan Jacoby and one manager took the game 12 – 2 on Nov. 13.

General Myer Elementary School

At the end of each quarter of the school year, the staff of General Myer Elementary School likes to celebrate the students for their achievements. On Nov. 6, the school concluded the end of the first quarter with its first Character Counts assembly. Mrs. Camps, school counselor, taught the character traits of Trustworthiness and Respect. Each teacher chose students from each class who stood out the most per trait.

The school staff also likes to celebrate students with academic achievements. Teachers chose a student who stood out academically in each class. These students were not necessarily Honor Roll students, but a student who worked hard in all subjects. In addition to the Academic Award, we acknowledged those students on the Honor Roll and the Principal’s Honor Roll. Honor Roll students made As and Bs and the Principal’s Honor Roll students made straight As.

Trustworthiness:

3rd grade – Austin Monge, Karley Burke, Joshua Santiago, Christina Peck and Gary Nieves

4th grade – Shaun Jones, Madison Whitworth, Grant Witkop, Nicholas Huish and Daniella Ciccione

5th grade – Alyssa Luna, Caitlin Nowell, Siera Moreno, Ashlyn Benjamin and Timothy Hakes

Respect:

3rd grade – Aviann Conner, Aiden Harris, Brooke Griffin, Zayda Burgado and Jelani Browne

4th grade – Isaiah Worgul-Miller, John Byrd, Harleigh Peck, Christine Everidge and Venus Cotreras

5th grade – Janelle Guillermo, Christopher Wright, Elizabeth Finch, David Hannum and Bailey Clark

Academic:

3rd grade – Cade Olson, McKenna Olson, Adam Baer, Allison Martens, Syiera Youngblood and Kilian Richardson

4th grade – Grace Sumrell, Amari Harris, Precious Heard, Joseff Haddad and Clay Rodunardt

5th grade – Nicholas Connaughton, Trace Crane, Elina Swiney, Meghan Campbell and Lauren Venuti

118 students made Honor Roll, and 57 students made Principal’s Honor Roll




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