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Page 4C January 24, 2018 iR orter Each week during the school)ear The Reporter spotlights activities and achievements of students, faculty and staff at a different Monroe County school Thank you to Randi Mu~is, English language arts teacher and journalism dub advis~ for tn'oviding news from Monroe County Middle School Email school-related news, including news for "Monroe in Co~'g~" to Diane Gtidewdl at newsOnym~.net k**m Sometimes a resolution leads to doing more than you expect By Maddie Emami to stop doing. As some of one year. So now I am resolution, which is total- you may know, I cheer; stepping up my boundar-ly fine, but I have sever- At the beginning of so last year my New ies and making an even al. I have another resolu- each year, most people Year's resolution was to higher resolution, tion to eat more healthy make something called get my standing back This year I want to and work out more so I a New Year's resolution, handspring, accomplish getting my can be in shape, for not A New Year's resolution This resolution obvi- standing back tuck, and I only me but for my team. is when you tell yourself ously paid off because want to make level three If there's anything I that you are going to be now I have my standing next All-Star season. Ihave learned from my better at something than back handspring, round-think I will accomplishthree years at an All-Star you were the previous off back handspring, and my goals, because last cheer gym, it's that on year. round-off back hand- year I was not even close a team you should put It may be hard or easy, spring back tuck. I didto my back-handspring, your teammates above dependh/g on what you not know I was able to and I accomplished that. yourself. chose to start doing or accomplish all of this in Some people have one Happy New Year By Anabel Storey The New Year draws nearer People count down until the day As the time becomes dearer With the stress of the holidays out of the way. People come together In celebration of the new Parties carry on wherever Groups in large and in few The loudest of noises And the proudest of cheers All the harmonies of voices Laughing fills our ears We glance at our clocks Still an hour to go Tic toc tic toc Then Io and behold The moment has come The hours have passed December's become A thing of the past We ring in the New Year With loved ones around We yell and we cheer And now we're worn down We let out a yawn Without shedding a tear For now the old year is gone And Happy New Year is here! i By Jhaylon Buckner My New Year's resolution is to do better in school. Last year, I was surprised at how well I did on my grades. Usually, I make mostly/ s and B's and one or two C's. In the past, I really struggled with math, but now I'm surprised that I know math so well. This year I want to do even better and get all my work done, when I'm supposed to do it. I also want to study more so I can get better grades on my test. I also want to make a lot of friends this year too. Then I want to be able to pass the Georgia Milestones. So far, I've been doing well in school and really want it to stay that way. By Autumn Loudermilk yesterday. I want to be the best me that I can be. What is my New Year's resolu- I want to wake up early and tion? Honestly, I don't really have help someone out or do some- one, but if I did, for me it would thing for someone else. I want to have to be to be a better me. try and hang out with my cous- I want to try my best to do ins more, travel when I can, eat my work. I want to make better healthier, to do what's better for friends who don't try and bring me. me down. I want to spend more I want focus on reading books time working with my puppy, more and going outside more. I Cypress (no I don't know why I want to take more pictures, to named him after a tree) or even see more friends, go and meet up trying to get a pump (I am a type with friends more, go on a hike. I 1 diabetic), want to help my mom out. I want to make me a better So, my New Year's resolution person every day. I want to make is to be a better me. me a better person today than By Kade DeMichiel This year on New Year's Day I woke up early with my best friend and went to the barn. At the barn, we spent time with our horses and ate breakfast there. After the barn, we went back to my house and jumped on my trampoline. After that, we went to her house and rode her golf carts and did a lot of fun stuff. Then that night I spent the night with her, and we made horse treats! TRACK SEASON IS COMING SOON re are By Caroline Hampton Track season will begin at Monroe County Middle School soon. Track is one of my favorite sports because you have so many things you can do and you get to hang out with your friends all of the time after school. Some of the activities you can do is the 4-by-4 relay, the 1,600 meter run and sprinting. If running is not your thing, you can do field events, like throwing the discus or the shot put. This is one of the reasons I love track. Another reason is that you get to hang with your friends and try and beat them, which makes friendly competition! This is why track is one of my favorite sports, besides cross country! By Trudie Taylor My favorite school sport is track. It is so tim. At the beginning of the season you start off practicing at the middle school. Practices are held from Monday through Thursday with some exceptions. There are many different races you can do, as well as things you can do on the field. There are races of 400 meters, 200 meters, 100 meters, 800 meters and more. As the field events go, there are hurdles, long j.ump, shot put, and high jump. When the meets start, Monroe County Middle School students start practicing on the Mary Persons track. There are around five meets each season. Track is a very interesting sport, and I think if you tried it you would enjoy it. AND TIME FOR SPRING CHICKS i By Emily Watson Chickens are a great thing to have! Chickens can help you learn about the agriculture in poultry; they give you feathers, meat, and eggs! The poultry industry is the biggest industry in America (You've got to love fried chicken.) This does involve money though, for the feed and water and feed and water holders. You also have to have a coop or somewhere for I them to lay their eggs. In my opinion in case you need to know what their diet is, you need to keep them in a coop so you can feed them only food that gives them the nutrition they need. Starting from chicks: chickens are fun to have but starting from chicks can giv you more educa- tion on them. And on the plus side, they are really cute when they are little. They can be a little complicated LI though! They can have health problems like twisted legs and they have to have a special food call d crumble for them to eat. You can feed them many things from the garden. At any age, like any animal or even humans, chickens always need a fresh supply of water. There is a very special day after about 6 months when they will start laying eggs. H 0 0 R ROLLS Monroe County Middle School announces its honor roll for the second nine weeks of 2017-18" Sixth Grade ALL A's Madeline Anthony, Evan Barnett, McKenzie Bass-Gainey, Cole Battles, Reagan Benson, Ethan Bertram, Hayden Bishop, Ella Britt, Alexandria Calloway, Ryan Causey, Jesse Chipman, Abby Cleveland, Carter Cole, Mackenzie Cruz, Karlie Dell, William Farmer, Sophie Fortner, Emma Fox, Jessica Fussell, Jessica Goodwin, Jacob Gore, Emily Grant, Jasmine Hamm, Caleb Horne, Tony Jackson, Amelia Jones, Ian Lewis, William Little, Javier Locus, Ella Magda, Mary Marks, Jacorion Mays, Hunt McAteer, Charles McCaskill, Taylor McClanahan, Aubrey Newman, Zoe Oglesby, Michaela Perry, William Pixley, Kaylee Ross, Celeste Scott, Hannah Simpson, Clara Smith, Isabel Sneddon, Abbey Stembridge, Vangel Wane, Anslie Tonn, Gracen Tonn, Charles Vinson, Lucas Wells, Donovan Williams, Alanna Wood Sixth Grade A/B Madison Adams, Josiah Arreola, Tara Atkinson, Madeline Barfield, Reagan Beall, Auden Berry, Hannah Billiter, Dylan Blume, Trevor Boutwell, Qua'Nesha Brown, William Buckland, SandraBurns, Jacob Busbee, Katherine Clay, Addie Cobb, Carter Collins, Evan Conley, Jason Connell, Kendal Daniel, Amiya Davis, Kade DeMichiel, Elizabeth Dowdy, Riley Duffey, Ashley Dupre, Kiera Gossett, Jakob Grant, Madison Grier, Zachary Grizzard, Destiny Hansford, Anthofiy Hargett, Alaysia Henderson, Leilani Hichkad, Makenzie Hicks, Ava Hill, Colby Hubbard, Devin Jenkins, Joshua Johnson, Joseph Johnston, Emma Johnston, Zoe Jones, Malaki Knight, Gracie Mary, Christopher Mason, James May, Ariel McBride, Todd McCall, Thomas McCollum, Kenley Morris, Madeline Morris, Jordan Ogletree, JaQuez Owens, Phoenix Palicki, Emma Parker, Cole Passmore, Jacob Phillips, Sarah Elexis Peele, Madison Porras, Michael Reed, Adam Rhodes, Emma Robbins, Toby Rockhold, Kayne Rooney, Destiny Salazar, JacksonSapp, Sara Savage, ConnorScott, Zoe Singletary, Allison Smith, Maycie Smith, Zachary Speir, Amelia Stone, Carter Story, Braden Sumner, J'Vyon Tatum, Blake Thompson, Adelyn Turner, Horace Tyner, Desharian Walton, Carlie Watson, Aliza Westberry, Kinzee Wheeler, Landen Whlite, Natalie Williamson, Davis Wilson, Zaria Wilson, Julianna Wright Seventh Grade ALL A's Zachary Acosta, Ellen Adams, Emily Adams, Lindsey Austin, Claire Campbell, Madelyn Causey, Madelyn Emami, Abigail Etheridge, Samantha fusel, Alexis Garcia, Jesse Garza, Elizabeth Gavin, Mary Katherine Geer, Drew Grant, Jayden Gray,Adam Hamm, Emily Hansen, Haworth Piper, AurianaHigh, Faith Jones, Makaya Knight, Lily McBride, Donovan McBride, Jordan McCord, Michael McKelvey, Jacob Medlin, Gabriella Miller, Jasmine Miller, Michaela Mullis, Anna Murdock, Chloe Myers, Jeremiah Ochieng, Lola Reyes, Ashlyn Sapp, Sydney Stapleton, Mary Wane, Lauren Thomas, Mary Waldrep, Tyler Walker, Michael Whitfield, Ja'Quiivion Wilson, Anna Woodgeard Seventh Grade A/B Sara Baker, William Balfour, Anyana Barkley, Lilly Barnes, Noah Bigham, Serenity Bland, Daniel Boyer, Christian Brantley, Ansley Brooks, Thomas Brooks, Nickolas Brooks, Caroline Buffington, Carter Campbell, Jackson Campbell, Christian Childress, Caroline Clance, Jacquez Clark, Morgan Currie, Dawson Dell, TaNyah Cent, Jamyah Dent, Riley Dunn, Sarina Eckelbarger, Charleigh Elder, Ah'Zoria Hardy, Lawson Harris, Haylie Heath, Rachel Henderson, Riley Hill, Jonathan Thomas Hollifield, Paris Ibarra, Ivey Tanner, Ryan Jenkins, Daniel Joseph, Leighton Judd, Jaycee Justice, Tianna Krieger, Johnathan Ligeikis, Peggy Maddern, Kathryn McAteer, Aaron McCoy, Madison McKinnon, Emma McLeod, Ava Nelson, Taylor Norsworthy, Alexa Pasquale, Skylar Passmore, Trilok Patel, Emme Peterman, Christopher Pittman, Tony Ponder, Madison Rawlins, And on Riley, Molly Rivers, Alexander Robichaux, Cheylan Rutherford, Mya Rutherford, Blaklee Shortt, Charles Simmons, Noah Simmons, Alyvia Slaton, Zambia Slaughter, Cameron Sparks, Charley Speir, Emma Stiles, Tatiana Threatt, Landon Trice, Joshua Turner, Nicholas Turner, Riley Van Voorhis, Austin Vaughn, Olivia Vinson, Hayden Walker, Jackson Walker, Aubrey Walton, Jasmine Weaver, Trenton Wheels, Liam Whitson, Breana Wyrick Eighth Grade ALL A's Josey Allen, Haley Baswell,Balinl Bell, Johanna Braswell, Alexis Chambers, Lily Cleveland, Marlee Coffman,John Crawford,Emilee Criswell, William Davis, Sadarius Dent, MoriahGermany,Alyssa Green, Caroline Hampton, Jacob Hanson,James Harbuck, Matthew Henderson; LoganHickman, Myeasha Howard,Nazari Jackson, Hannah Johnson, Seanteria Johnson, Rebecca Kenirey, Abney Langer, Maradeth Leverett, Ansley Maddox, Emily Matthews, Kayla Matthews, Basia McBride, Dillon McCoy, Jacob McGouirk, Gillean Michael, Matthew Morris, Shanautica Morton, Divya Patel, Tenley Pelissier, Arlene Perez, Luz Pompa Correa, Emma Robinson, Carla See MCMS Page 5C t