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Page 8C MP HONOR ROLL Continued from page 5C Green,Alyssa,g,A Hampton,Carohneig, A Henderson,Matthew,9,A Hollis,Haley,9,A Icenhour, Sadie,g,A Johnson,Seanteria,9,A Johnson,Shawn,g,A Kenirey, Rebecca,9,A Langer, Abney,g,A Leverett,Maradeth,g,A Marsha!l,Samuel,9,A Matthews,Emily,9,A Matthews,Kayla,9,A McBride, Basia,9,A McGouirk,Jacob,9,A/ Montgomery,Karen,9,A PateI,Divya,g,A Pehssier,Tenley,g,A Philhps,Andrew,9,A Pompa Correa,Luz,g,A Robic ha ux,Sebastian,g,A Robinson,Emma,g,A Sanders,Carla,g,A Shannon,Branaya,g,A Shipman,Ronald,g,A Sims,McKenzie,g,A Snow,Eric,g,A Starr, Austin,g,A Storey,Anabel,g,A Thomas,Kenia,g,A Turner, Walker, g,A Walker, Ava,g,A Wimberly,Emma,g,A Winget,Karsen,g,A All A/B Allen,Carhe,g, AB Andrews,John,gAB iR orter Austin,Shannon,9,AB Barnett,Haley,9,AB BaswelI,Carterg, AB Bennett,Meghan,9,AB Bertram,Evan,9,AB BraswelI,Johona,9,AB Brown,Tatiyanna,9,AB Cabe,Gwyneth,9,AB CasteeI,Rachel,9,AB Caulder,Olivia,9,AB Causey,Jake,9,AB Chaney,Camren,9,AB Chason,Cadynce,9,AB Coates,Myles,9,AB Colvard,Hannah,9,AB Corley,Patricia,9,AB Cox,Jason,9,AB Daniels,Madison,9,AB Davis,Summerg, AB Davis,Troy,9,AB Dawson,Tamia,9,AB Dingmore,Asher,9,AB Ellison,Abigail,9,AB Foster,Kayhn,9,AB Fountain,Daniel,9,AB Freeman,Chyann,9,AB Gamble,Kierra,9,AB Garrett,Dylan,9,AB Gilbert,Ashanfe,9,AB Gilbert, Rebecca,9,AB Griffis,Evan,9,AB Haripar, Lauren,9,AB Harris,Annie,9,AB Hart,Taniya,9,AB Howard,Myeasha,9,AB Jackson,Maleisha,9,AB Jackson,Nazari,9,AB Kelsay,Sarnuel,9,AB Lewis,Sydney,9,AB Lucear, Andrevia,9,AB Maddox,Ansley,9,AB McCoy, Banks,9,AB McCoy,Dillon,9,AB Meskis,Sebastian,9,AB Meyer, Hannah,9,AB MichaeI,Gillean,9,AB Miller, Evan,9,AB Mock,Aric,9,AB January 23, Morris,Matthew,9,AB Munford,Kamiah,9,AB Niblett,Dawson,9,AB Nichols,Aiden,9,AB O'Quinn,Jordan,9,AB Penamon,Stacey,9,AB Perez,Arlene,9,AB Phillips,Cassandra,9,AB PorterJasmyn,9,AB Pye,Mackenzie,9,AB Reynolds,Jordan,9,AB Rice,Marquis,9,AB Rice,Seth,9,AB Rivers,Zoe,9,AB RusselI,Tierra,9,AB Ryals,Mackenzie,9,AB Sanders,Savana,9,AB Sandifer, Katelyn,9,AB Seitz,Kylie,9,AB Sellers,Gavin,9,AB Sexton,Aaron,9,AB Shields,Kaitlyn,9,AB Slaughter, Christopherg, AB Smith,Christian,9,AB Smith,Jonathan,9,AB Soule,Alexanderg, AB Storey,Caidyn,9,AB Tafolla,Johanna,9,AB Thompson,Aaron,9,AB Thompson,Angel,9,AB Thornpson,Melody,9,AB 1]llman,Heatherg, AB Tolbert,Tania,9,AB Tucker, Robert,9,AB Tyler, Arizona,9,AB VanTone,Caitlyn,9,AB Walton,Chole,9,AB Web,Amaya,9,AB Weir, Carohne,9,AB West,Sam,9,AB Whitehead, Madison,9,AB Whitener, Ethan,9,AB Wilks,Abigail,9,AB Willia ms,Michael,9,AB Williamson,Abigail,9,AB Wooden,Danikka,9,AB 2019 Continued from 2C recommendation that schools open later and dose earlier for longer summer breaks. The senate committee recom- mended that school years start seven to 10 days before Sept. i and end by June i to protect summers and have more consistent schedules in the state's schools. To stay within these guardmi~ Mon- roe County students would have less time off at holidays nI ml n m m m m m m ~ IBm m m n mml 11 ' SPRING SPECIAL ' I Bring this coupon in to receive I I I I I L all labor charges. Redeemable: January 15 - February 15 mm n m m n u inl n m n u n m Imu I I I I i during the school year than they do now. The commit- tee heard from state tourism leaders about economic loss caused by shortened summer breaks, induding both loss of visitors and loss of student workers. Hickman said that the calendars for Monroe County Schools are already set for this year and next year but he will ask for community input in setting schedules for the future beyond 2019-20. "We'll put it out there and see what comes badC said HichnarL "Once you start something, hard to give it He noted that Monroe County teachers currently re- turn to work for pre-planning inJ Pippin cautioned that legis- lators do not want to hear that the only reason system do not want to set more uniform calendars across the state is that they want local control Hickman said that short summers and differing sched- ules between school systems make it hard for high school students participating in col- lege programs and hard for /goups that provide meals for students during the summer. Board member Eva B'dder- back said she has person- ally seen problems caused by students in Monroe County and Bibb County being on different schedules and could see an advantage in adjacent counties coordinating their calendars. In personnd actions, Kel- vin Hughley resigned effec- tive Jan. 18 as a school-based technician in the Technology Department, and Regina Rig- gio resigned as a bus monitor. Bus driver Sandra Cromer retired effective Jan. 7, and the status of three driver trainees changed to full-ILme bus driver. In December personnel actions, Heather Wheeler resigned as teacher/SIT.M coach at Monroe County Middle School effective May 24. Tiffany Bu/fington was terminated from her deri- cal posi.tion at Mary Persons High SchooL Tawana Brown and Dora Jackson were hired as bus monitors on Dec. 6 and Dec. 12 respectively:. Deborah Gaynes changed from abus driver to a bus monitor, and Andy Ward changed from bus driver to lead bus driver. Your One Stop Lawn & Garden Equipment Sales Service Parts. Repair . Complete Lawn & Garden Equipment . Garden Tractors , Lawn Tradors . PJding Mowers & Tiller . Fow Wheeler . Chain Saws . Weedeater 0 TRa V- B!LT 5TIHL James Willis (bpalrman) 4711-994-5729. 636A Ilwy 83N, Forsyth, GA Houm Mo Ttes, lhu-, Fri 8.00/~ - 5:00 ~V, W~d & Sat 8:00/~ - 12:00 FM SNAPt 'R Husqvarna Pick-Up & Delivery H & R Block supports 3rd grade classroom H & R Block in Forsyfh came to Brandi Burgess' 3rd grade classroom at Hubbard Elementary School and donated a huge box of goodies on Jan. 18. The special package included snacks, Lysol, construction paper, glue sticks, toothbrushes and a whole lot more! Lillian Davis and Gregory Cochran deliv- ered the treats. Davis supplied information about H & R Block's tax refund service to share with the staff at HES. HEALy.POINT Pictured at the unveiling of the painting "Love at First Sight" by Cynthia Jenkins of Forsyfh at the Save-A-Pet Annual Open House are, left to right, Annette Kyte, Joanne Bailey, Pat Corley, Scotti Davis, Sheryl Davis and Cynthia Jenkins. The Monroe County Animal Shelter hopes to host a Microchip Day on Saturday, February 9 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for $10 per pet. But they'll need donations to help make this low cost possible for Monroe County pot owners. Anyone who wants to "chip in" can make out checks to the Monroe County Animal Shelter and send to PC) Box 189, Forsyth GA 31029. A ist donates p~fing t0 Save-A-Pet Save-A-Pet celebrated its 2Oth Anniversary on Dec. 7 with an Open House at its new shelter on Maynard Church Road in Forsyth. During the celebration, local artist Cynthia Jenkins donated a painting that she painted especially for Save-A-Pet's new build- ing entitled "Love at First "Sight" Jenkins, who has four adopted dogs of her own, said that she wanted to do something for Save-A-Pet and chose to paint the joy of finding a new friend. She decided to paint an adult because, while it is easy to see the joy of a child with a new pet, that relationship is just as important to people of all ages. The Open House was a very successful event, of feting a silent auction, shop, refreshments, tours of the shelter and a raffle as well as unveiling of the painting. Save-A-Pet appre- ciates all of the volunteers, visitors and donations at the Open House. Come visit Save-A-Pet and maybe you'll find a new "Love at First Sight" friend. t i / t t J~