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January 23, 2019 Page 3C +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 Misti Sikes, media specialist, for coordinating news from KB. Sutton Elementary. Next week look for news from Monroe County Middle School Email school-related news, induding items for "Monroe in College/' to Diane Glidewell at news@mymcr net ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~n~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ +.+ her of the Mrs. Candice Lewis, left, a 5th grade teacher, has been se- lected as Teacher of the Year for K.B. Sutton Elementary School. She is pictured with KBS principal Becky Brown. Ashlyn Stover and Halley Wilson type their career-focused papers and make revisions to their work. Phoebe Cline and Rashad Mays work together to improve their writing pieces through peer editing. Fifth grade students at K.B. Sutton Elementary have been working hard to learn about careers that interest them. This career portfolio project is a collaboration be- tween each classroom teacher and the media specialist. The children have taken time to examine information from The Bureau of Labor Statistics and MyNextMove.org to find out about the work environment, average salary, and the education level needed to enter the workforce in their chosen careers. After collecting a wide variety of in- formation, each student has written an essay to give infor- mation about what he or she learned. The children work with a peer to edit and revise their work, giving feedback in order to improve their informational writing pieces. Sutton names its 2019 Top Spellers The K.B. Sutton Spelling Bee was held on Jan. 10. The winner of the bee was Hannah Goodwin, and the runner- up was Nicholas Moore. The top five students who will advance to the district spelling bee on Feb. 6 are Hannah Goodwin, Nicholas Moore, Kassidy Stephens, Abigail Bea- sley, and Caleb Ellison. We are very proud of our spellers. Pictured are Hannah Goodwin and Nicholas Moore with K.B. Sutton Principal Becky Brown. t t I During December, students were named to the K.B. Sutton Knights Honor Roll for demonstrating compassion: Noah Newberry, Brayden Suiter, Alexander Daniel, Wyatt Perdue, Keilee Mullis, Brinley Jones, Olivia Dunne, Khloe Black, Brynley Bennett, Al- lison Turner, Rylee Amerson, Evie Martin, Dawnetta Powers, Rebecca Spencer, Christian Hughey, Gracie Bagwell, Ella Kemper, Mia Diaz, Jabari James, Madaline Harnist, Mya Hunter, Tammeron Spears, Leland Dunninger, Heather Hulsey, Taelyn James, Payton Wilder, Elizabeth Griffin, Blair Burnett, Caroline Hi&man, Donovan Street. olng row w I IS US Mrs. Skelton, K.B. Sutton Elementary Art Teacher, has planted 35 trees around campus. She offered an opportunity to classes, clubs, and individuals to adopt one of the trees. So on a brisk winter morning, Mrs. Sparks Kindergarten Bumblebee class set out to pick a tree to love. We found a little dogwood tree and have added pebbles and a barrier for protec- tion. A green ribbon signifies that the tree has been adopted. We are thinking about a name for our tree and of a more per- manent way to mark it as the Bumblebee class' tree. We have plans to take care of our tree by watering it on a regular basis and observ- ing it as it grows. n K.B. Sutto Elementary will present Di sneys' 'The Li on King' at Feb. 21 & 22 at 7 p.m. STOl)6hlT Of: TH6 66K: for the Monroe County System &StateFarm 281 T~t College Drive. Forsyth, GA 31029 478-992-9945 Hours: Monde/- Friday, 9 am - S:30 pm K.B. Sutton Elementary School honored some special staff members at its Jan. 7 faculty meet- ing. Pictured, left to right, are PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports) Teacher of the Month Mrs. Sandy Watson; STAR (Superbly Talented and an Amazing Role model) Teacher of the Month Ms. Amanda Akridge; CLASS Act Paraprofessional of the Month Mrs. Rachael Scott. !