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April 17, 2019 Page 3C + porter II 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 Glidewell at news@mymcr.net ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ On Friday, March 22, K B. Sutton Elementary held its Annual Sutton Silo Sprint. Above right, pictured are the winners for each grade level: Braden Suiter, Allie Smallwood, Tiavion Grier, Jaden Colbert, Mayson Smith, Rylee Amerson, Ji'Marion Davis-Hicks, Kane Felker, Taegan Fannin, Ji'Marion Davis-Hicks, Hadley Wilson, Kevin Fisher, Mason Stephens, Kylee Sanders, Lilly Shelnutt, and Aiden DeBuc. Above left, Families love to get involved with the Silo Sprint! Jackson and Patti Marler had a great time running in the Silo Sprint together! 5th grade learns at museum & park The fifth grade students at K.B. Sutton Elemen- tary.have been learning about World War II and visited the Museum of Aviation in Warner Rob- ins. After their visit to the museum, the classes went to Amerson River Park in Macon for lunch and some free time. The students talked about their Earth Science standards of constructive and destructive processes on surface features of the Earth during their visit. It was a wonderful day of learning and exploration! Right, Caro- line Hickman, Halley Wilson, and 11nsley Smith look at all of the aircrafts that are housed at the Warner Robins Museum of Aviation. (Photos courtesy of Jan Turpin) muni hel r ll into KBS On Thursday, April 11 the Career on Wheels was held for students in Pre-K through 2nd grade at K.B. Sutton Elementary. The children learned from community helpers from Central Georgia EMC, the Monroe County Fire Department, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Trophy Ford, Monroe County Animal Control and the Georgia Forestry Commission. STIJ1)CHT OF: THI for the Monroe County School System $tateFarm 281 T'dt College Drive Forsyth, GA 31029 478-992-9945 Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5"30 pm :, ,~-:L, "+ +.: :+ ,: ~ ~'~ :~g~:~i'~:~+~~~,~~ Monroe County Chamber of Commerce recognized elementary students in grades 1-5 for their reading achievement. The Chamber recognized two students from each grade level on April 12 in the Media Center at K.B. Sutton. These students were recognized for hav- ing the highest Lexile Level or for showing the most growth with their Lexile Level: Brooklyn Ham (Johnson), Chace Richards (Turner), Samuel Nickel (Phillips), Lacey Kirby (Love), Brooklyn Querry (Bain), Alden Cornett (Moore), Joseph Thompson (Akridge), Kain Cash (Copeland), Hannah Goodwin (Carr), Jonathan Pierce Lamb (Turpin). II On March 21 families were invited to Math Night at K.B. Sutton Elementary before or after their parent conferences. Fun math games were set up in the media center by grade level topic. The children enjoyed graphing and counting jellybeans, as well as building shapes with marshmallows and toothpicks. Parents who came to the event received a math kit to take home to practice skills taught at school. Pictured are Kinzley Selph, C.J. Selph and Sky- lar Walker building shapes using marshmallows. Z ,q+ , ,s P'4,I ++ I+f ":, (~ State Supt. Woods visits KBS K.B. Sutton students enjoyed visiting with Georgia's School Superintendent, Dr. Richard Woods. Woods visited Pre-K students during breakfast in the cafeteria and read a book called, "Right This Very Minute" to Ms. Johnson's First Grade class. Superintendent Woods and the students talked about the importance of farmers and how they help us by growing our food. f 1 '