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February 6, 2019 Page 7C Re 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 Can;, 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@mymcrnet ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ On Jan. 23 kindergarten students at Hubbard Elementary participated in activi- ties to highlight the lOOth day of school. Students were excited to meet "Zero the Hem." They made and wore lO0-day shirts, made a special snack, had a lO0-sec- ond stare competition and built with 100 manipulatives. The highlight of the day was the 100 Day Fashion Show. (Courtesy of Mrs. Watts.) Pictured, left to right: Antonio Jones, Culley Tallent, Connor Yates, Bradley Acosta By Antonio Jones, 5th grader in Mrs. Price's class In the Light Up the Night project, we had to install street lights down a section of Main Street. The project had to be neat and colorful. In class we were learning simple and parallel circuits. We also learned a circuit needs a power source, load, and conduc- tor. A simple circuit only has one way for electricity to flow. A parallel has more than one way to flow. My group got two street lights and connected them underground with a battery. We put one streetlight on each side of the building. Then we got two cords to connect the lights to the battery. One end of the cord had to be connected to the battery and the other had to be connected to the light. We did the same thing to the other side of the building. I First graders at Hubbard Elementary School are learn- ing about animals and what they need to survive. The first graders had a guest speaker from the Depart- ment of Agriculture who told them about animals that live in Georgia. The students learned about Georgia~ state animals and where their habitats are located within the state. It was an exciting learning opportunity and a fun presentation! (Courtesy of Mrs. DeMichiel) What are the secrets of the soft? Hubbard Elementary School 3rd graders are researching soil. They are also collecting soil samples around the school to see what location would be the best to start a garden. '~ (Courtesy of Mr. Stephens.),' e 4 ~t t" J ! 4 1 1 I t l t | ~J ! I ! At Hubb Elementary 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students are preparing County Fine Arts Center. (Courtesy of Mrs. Rusgrove) for t ir performances of "Aladdin;' which will be on Feb. 7 and 281 rift College Drive. Forsyth, GA 31029 478-992-9945 Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 am - S:30 pm 7 i~ 8 at7 p,m. at the Monroe Hubbard Elementary fo~ graders are learn- ing about lights and sound. They had the pleasure of meeting with Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Smith at the Fine Arts Center and learning about some of the different ] lights and sounds used dur- ing play production. Mrs. K. Davis chose some of the fourth graders to ! help with lights sound ' in 'Aladdin Kids, which ! Hubbard Elementary will ' present at Monroe County ' Fine Arts Center on Thurs- day and Friday, Feb. 7 and 8 : at 7 p.m. (Courtesy of Mrs. I