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February 28, 2014

Chalk Talk

General Myer Elementary School

All General Myer Elementary School students participated in the Black Inventors Exhibit. Amy Wolfe’s fifth grade class has studied Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., civil rights and Malcolm X.

In Amy Wolfe’s reading groups, students are preparing for the Movie Trailer Red Carpet Premier for the literature circles. Students were broken into small groups, given a novel, and will create a movie trailer for their book report. These movie trailers will be screened in the library on March 14. Students will vote for best original trailer, most creative trailer, best costumes, and in other categories.

Principal’s Honor Roll

Third Grade:

Grace Bowen, Chase Deleon, Jaden Edwards, Samantha Kyles, Ellie Manwaring, Kalehua Nelson, Octavian Pullum, Dilynn Riddle, Sophia Rodriguez, Nick Sanders, Lola Schamberger, Kennedi Stinson, Devon Wolfinger

Fourth Grade:

Karley Burke, Dineh-Askii Green, Kylie Dixon, Brooke Griffen, Katelynn Harris, Vincent Maurer, Cade Olson, Liliana Perez, Alexander Price, Kilian Richardson, Katherine Ricks, Caleb Sartalamacchia, Sean Street, Kyra Walters, Max Williams, Syiera Youngblood

5th Grade:

Laila Avery, Wally Donalbain, Brandon Deleon, Tiarra Drisker, Faith Henry, Annie Ricks, Julia Tenpenny, Ashlynn Wade, Madison Whitworth




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