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January 9, 2019

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January 9, 2019 Page 3C porter Each week during the school year The Reporter spotlights activities and achievements of students, faculty and staff at a different Monroe County school. Thank you to Erin Cam media specialist, for cordinating news from Hubbard Elementary. Next week look for news from T. G. Scott Elementary. Email school-related news, including items for "Monroe in College" to Diane Glidewell at news@mymcr, net ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~ Caroline Rusgrove, Kasyn Vannier, and Marlee Martin with the ornaments they made for the Hubbard Media Center tree. Shane Hall with the ornament he made for the Hubbard Media Center tree. Hubbard Elementary students helped decorate the Media Center Christmas tree this year. Students volunteered to make ornaments based on their favorite story character. Ornaments were all homemade and original. The ornaments on the tree included the Grinch, Harry Potter and Professor Dumbledore,'lfYou Give a Dog a Donut; Pete the Cat and many more. School staff voted to choose the top three ornaments and the most creative ornament. Prizes were awarded to Shane Hall, Caroline Rusgrove, Kasyn Vannier, and Marlee Martin. We cannot wait to make this an annual event! (Courtesy of Erin Cart) t Mrs. Norman's 3rd grade math class at Hubbard Elementary played "Mustache You A Question" The students came up with their own questions to ask their classmates.They used the information gathered to create a digital pictograph. (Courtesy of Andrea Norman) 0 I 1st graders present Winter Musical First graders at Hubbard Elementary serenaded community members with a delightful compilation of winter tunes. Their winter musical was a huge success. Following the musical, families and students enjoyed literacy and craft activities. (Courtesy of Marnai Boose) i Ing, so ng The fourth graders at Hubbard Elementary had a blast this month with STEM. The students enjoyed a day at Starlite Family Fun Center in McDonough.The visit to the skating rink consisted of several lessons involving light and sound STEM activities. The students will use what they learned to help produce the lighting and sound for the upcoming school play. (Courtesy of Tangi Smith) last step in cocoa making is drinking it Hubbard Elementary PreK students helped to list the steps for making hot cocoa for the Christmas party. They were able to celebrate by enjoying popcorn and drinking hot cocoa while listening to Christmas music (Courtesy of Shannon Barkley) Hubbard Elementary 5th Grade did a STEM pump- kin activity with commu- nity partner Georgia Earm Bureau. Students spent the afternoon investigating and analyzing the dimensions of a pumpkin and then enjoyed creating and eating pumpkin pie. (Courtesy of Katherine Mullis) STO1)CNT THE for the Monroe County School System StateFarm 281 "l'fit College Drive Forsyth, GA 31029 478-992-9945 Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 am - S'.30 pm Hubbard Elementary students in second grade have been learning about the phases of the moon. They constructed models of each phase to better understand how the moon changes throughout the month. (Courtesy of Heather Smith) t i ; i