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O Itll)lH)!iilHiIlIltiiii(iilt)t)l) O !ill / I ~ ))1 )) i t !i ~!!( i/ I ~ i HI/ i )~ii l~l))!)Hiill!lii!li)(! i)l)))~)i)HiHHi Each week during the school year The Reporter spothghts activities and achievements of students, faculty and staff at a different Monroe County school. Thank you to MJstJ Sikes, media specialist, for 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 Ghdewell at news@myrncr.net ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ MONROE COUNTY STUDENT OF THE WEEK COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE StateFarm 281 Tiff College Drive Forsyth, GA 31029 478-992-9945 Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5:30 pm The following students were recog- nized during the month of March for demonstrating the core essential value, Patience, at K.B. Sutton Elemen- tary: Jaylen Hughley, Olivia Dunne, Paityn Howard, Khloe Tench, Trinity Gonzalez, Aubree Webb, Hunter Roch- ester, Cody Sherwood, Sam Nickel, Jaden Colbert, ShaRyiah Grief, Martin Sanchez, Kadence King; Myasia Thur- man, Ricky Miller, MaKenzie Boyce, Cayden Decker, Jeralyn Bradberry, Veda Hammonds, Ellie Ackerman, Lilly Shellnutt, Jaylun Henderson, Khalana Castlin, Roxy Perez, Chastaina Russell, Jaylen Davis, Kaleb Landry, Sierra Ingle, Beau Lovett I|1 Jaziah Grier, left, and Ashlyn Stover prepare to perform for the band concert. On Thursday, April 12, all fourth and fifth grade Band students performed a Spring concert at the Monroe County Fine Arts Center for parents, friends, and the com- munity. A few of the songs the fourth grade band students performed were "The Half Counts" "Hot Cross Buns" and "Rolling Along" Some of the songs that the fifth grade band performed were "Skip to My Lou" "Doodle All Day,' and ' ura Lee" Several students played solos using their instrument. The K.B. Sutton soloists in- cluded Aiden Spence (4th grade), Jackson Marler (4th grade), and Kaylee Daniel (5th grade). Jase E~rown, representing Jackie Robin son, shares information with Mrs. Crowder's Pre-K students about this famous Geor- gian at the 2nd grade wax museum. i, 2nd Grade students havestudied famous historical people this year, including famous people from Georgia. To demonstrate what they have learned, the students dressed as one of the famous people and shared their knowledge with other classes at K.B. Sutton. Some of the famous Georgians they they represented were Mary Musgrove, Tomochichi, Jimmy Carter, ]ackie Robinson, and Dr. Martin Luther King,/1". I Left, Lucy Rankin researched and dressed as Tomochichi to share what she had learned. Mrs. Peggy Trammell was recognized as K.B. Sutton's STAR (Superbly Talented and an Amazing Role model) Teacher for the month of March. Mrs. TrammeU was nominated by Terri Flournoy. Terri's nomination said, "I nominated this teacher because she is a great math teacher in Project SOAR. She is nice. She is also helping us keep up with the Geor- gia Olympic medals. We also made an aluminum foil snowboarder and she let us test it on a table. We saw how long it took to get to the bottom of the table. She also has playground balls that she lets us take out to recess. That is why I nominated Mrs. Trammell" Paisley Jones plays keep away with the play- ground ball at the PBIS Block Party. On Friday, March 30 K.B. Sutton Elementary held a PBIS (Positive Behavior Inter- vention and Supports) block party to reward students who did not have a discipline referral during the third 9-weeks grading period. The children had a great time playing with sports equipment behind the school! ! q