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March 20, 2019 Page 3C 2 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 Misti Sikes, media specialist, for coordinating news from K.B. Sutton Elementary. Next week look for news from Monroe County Middle School. Email school-related news, including items for 'Monroe in College," to Diane Gli'dewell at news@mymcr.net m IIIIIllllllllllllilllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I III I II ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 9 K.B. Sutton "Knight Riders" received a certificate and a treat for being respectful, responsible and safe while riding the school bus. These students are: Ashlyn Stover, Grace Bertram, Alex Licona, Lacy Pringle, Sydney Turnbow, Denver Adkins, Leland Duninger, Abigail Beasley and Sir Prince. During the month of February, the fol- lowing students were recognized for demonstrating the character trait of Service to the K.B. Sutton school-commu- nity by lending a hand to help someone else: Zakayla Cash, Jahmere' Zellner, : Leigha Roberts, W.G. Walker, Aden Jones, Mila Smith, Dagan Bunn, Suzannah Bullock, Zoey Fisher, Cheyenne Faulkner, Brant Lawson, Payton Benjamin, Damien Forbus, Noah Liggett, Layne Scoggins, Trinity Marshall, Zay'Veon Hines, Madi- son Ogletree, Landen Faulkner, Cassidy Scandrett, Jermerian Blalock, Taylor McKinnoni Ta'Dorian Grier, Taylor Bass Stephens, Kaidan Stan- c ill Karol Pompa, Jasmi : Z Waff0h, ;Jonathan Garner. II All Pro Dads are a winnJng team The K.B. Sutton Elementary All Pro Dads group members meet each month to make connections and build greater bonds with their children. Each month the group members take time to tell their children about a particular character trait and how it can relate to their daily lives. During Feb- ruary, the dads talked with their children about kindness.They also discussed with their children why they are proud of them. The next All Pro Dads meetings will be on Monday, March 25 from 6-7 p.m. and on Thursday, March 28 from 7:30-8:30 a.m. ,r,' . On Feb. 27 parents, grandparents and com- munity members were invited to be guest readers in classrooms through7 out K.B. Sutton Elemen- tary. Approximately 30 visitors came to spread the love of reading: Every classroom had at least one guest reader come to share a wonderful story. The chil- dren enjoyed listening to the guests make the stories come alive! Ms. Gwen Byrd read "Excellent Ed" to the 2nd grade students. Dr. Mike Hickman read "Sam and Dave Dig a Hole" to a first grade class. Pictured are Jacqueline Watkins and Justice Watkins sharing a hug after reading the story, "Squanto." Monroe County Schools So- cial Worker C-wendolyn Byrd read "Excellent Ed" to 2nd grade students at K:B. Sutton Elementary. i Mr. Greg Head, a Board of Education member, came to K.B. Sutton as The Cat in the Hat to read to our students. He read "The Cat in the Hat" by Dr. Seuss to PreK through 2nd grade and had some fun. Pictured are Thing 1 (Ms. C. Lyons), The Cat in the Hat (Head), and Thing 2 (Mrs. Misti Sikes) ready to read "The Cat in the Hat" in the SORA e-book platform. New b00ks arrive for K.B. Sutton Elementary School was blessed with a shipment of new board books courtesy of donors from the site, DonorsChoose.org. Some of the titles include classics, such as "The Color Zoo;' "There's a Wocket in My Pocket;' and "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom." The books will be used by KBS kindergarten students for many years to come. We greatly appreciate the wide variety of books. The kindergarten children were excited to open the box of new board books. Clean teeth make happy smiles STIJENT THE i EEK for the Monroe County School System StateFarm 478-992-9945 On March 15, Alice Rogers and Kristen Waldron from Ambrose Pediatric Dentistry visited the Pre-K and kindergarten students at K.B. Sutton Elementary. They taught the students how to brush and floss their teeth properly. Students learned about the types of food that are good for their teeth and about the foods which will cause cavities. The children had a great time learning about how to keep the sugar bugs off their teeth. Pictured is dental hygienist Alice Rog- ers showing students how to hold floss to bet r clean their teeth.