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January" 10, 2018 Page 8C ' Reporter 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 Cassandra Ogletree, media specialist, for providing news from T.G. Scott Elementary School. Next week look for news from K.B. Sutton Elementary. Email school-related news, including news for "Monroe in College," to Diane Glidewell at news@mymcra~et ~~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~ii~i~i~i~i~~i~i~i~i~i~i~t~i~i~ii~i~i~i~i~ T.G. Scott students had fun during story- time with Mrs. Tracy Brinkman of Monroe County Library. She taught how to pro- nounce a few Spanish words as well as how to use sign language. She read two stories in Spanish, "Hurry Up, Molly" by Lone Morton & "Family (Lafamilia)" by Clare Beaton. Students were able to recognize many of the words spoken in Spanish. They were asked many ques- tions and gave correct answers. As a closing strategy each student had to speak a term in Spanish or give the sign language of a word or phrase taught by Ms. Brinkman while leaving storytime. Kindergartener Josiah Zellner talks with Tracy Brink- man during StoryTime at T.G. Scott. T.G. Scott students and staff showed their support of University of Georgia or Alabama before the National Championship game on Jan. 8. Pictured above is Mrs. Woods'4th grade class. T.G. Scott students and staff had the chance to share their Championship game predictions by signing their name under their favorite team. Students & staff wore their team attire to support the Georgia - Alabama Game. Teachers enjoyed their favorite tailgate snacks throughout the day on Monday. Right, first grader Jaxson Mercer shows his pick for the Championship game. rg TGS students are encouraged to participate in the upcom- ing Georgia Student Media Festival. They are excited to learn of more apps/programs to create dif- ferent types of projects using technol- ogy. Matthew : Robinson is a 4th grade student at T.G. Scott Elementary and he is excited to do his Media Festival Project about his favorite subject, which is BeyBlades. Beyblades are small tops that you launch to make them spin. He has 13 BeyBlades, but his favorite type is Attack because it spins around the stadium and can attack with power. Matthew and Ms. Grier have been hard at work during his time in her class. Even though Matthew is having fun producing his project, he is hoping that his project will advance to the state level. P The canned food drive is always a huge success at T.G. Scott Elementary. Students are willing to lend a helping hand and provide for others.They were very involved this year in bringing in non-perishable items for donations. Several classes went above and beyond in the drive, but two classrooms really provided a large number of goods. Mrs. Cone and her class of first graders donated 211 pounds of goods, while Mrs. Dungan's 3rd graders were close behind with 113 pounds. Congrats to TGS and all of the students for a grand total of 2,150 pounds. "We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone"- Ronald Reagan. Pictured above is Mrs. Cone's class. A science fair is an into these projects by the their experiment. Ms. opportunity for students students. Wood's class experiment- to apply the scientific Students must track ed with antacids. Using method to conduct inde- and record data in Loggrape juice and lemon pendent research. Books, write a research juice, students deter- A science fair is gener- report, display all of their mined which of three ally a competition where charts and informationantacids worked quickest contestants present their on a Tri Board and finally to neutralize acid. Mrs. science project results in give an oral presentation Zdanowicz's students the form of a report, dis- of their research, investigated ways to defy play board, log book, and Projects are scored gravity. Building on prior models that they have at the school level, and knowledge, students created, those with high scoresgathered different mate- A science fair allows move on to the district rials and conducted mul- students in elementary, level, tiple investigations. middle and high schools Fourth Graders corn- Some other projects to compete in science and/ pleted a class project, included: Which Method or technology activities. Students in Mrs. Stroud's is the Best Way to Cool This year, T.G. Scott class investigated which Diet Coke, What Diaper had many students children's toothpaste Brand is Most Absorbent, and classrooms submit was better at protect-and What Stainless Steel Science Fair projects. As ing against tooth decay. Brand keeps Ice Frozen you can imagine, there is Students used vinegar,the Longest. Students a lot of work, time, and eggs, and two popular worked extra hard on energy that as to be put children's toothpastes in completing the projects | Mrs.Tammy Martin's 5th grade students, left to right, Hannah Yanez, Jordin Dancy, Cameron Pates, Ava Comer, Riley Roberts learned while completing Science Fair projects. and enjoyed the chal- McKallip, Nicholas Honorable Mention 5th lenge. Firster; 2nd place 4th grade-Angel Martinez The projects that will grade-Carlie Rawlins, Garrido, Laney Sparks, advance to the State Isaac McKalli. Sarah Grace Huff. Science Fair at Georgia Other individual proj- Classroom projects that College in Milledgeville ects that received awards were recognized were 3rd are: 1st Place- 5th grade- were Honorable Mention place Mrs. LaPish and Jackson Roller; 2nd 4th grade- Pace Ward, Honorable Mention Mrs. place 5th grade- Maela Libby Holloway and Dungan.