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May 2, orter Page 3A www.MyMCR net/vent Will Davis conveniently chose to delete the vent about his past in White can talk it but can't take itand use~ the paper to push his own ag~a~ Please move again. votes: 25 Will, what you promote doesn't line up with who you and your family pre- tend to be on Sundays. votes: 23 "Well, I see the light about the kind of person Will Davis is and I will not be voting for whoever he supportsr' said every resident in Monroe County. votes: 19 Sharing something on social media does not con#flute entering the political arena and it surely isn't "running a campaign'. At least be educated when you vent. votes: 16 On Tuesday, April 18, Hubbard Elementary School became Georgia's newest STEM certified school, joining the elite list of just 37 elementary schools across Georgia. STEM certification (which stands for Science, Tech- nology, Engineering, and Mathematics) is awarded to schools by the Georgia Department of Education that embrace the challenge of implementing STEM learning opportunities. STEM is an integrated cur- riculum that is driven by problem-solving, discovery, and exploratory project/ problem-based learning. Hubbard Elementary Principal Jay Johnston and his staffworked on this cer- tification for the past five years as it entailed a rigor- ous application process that included multiple site visits by regional and state of- ficials, evidence of teacher collaboration, business and industry partnerships, high levels of math and science instruction, and integrated vent a poser at church doesn't go to church with him, or you would know how to address him properly at church, votes: 16 Will didn't bring the superintendents daughter into this she brought that on herself, votes: 16 "Things My Mother Taught Me" opens Friday, May 11 at The Rose Theater, 23 W. Johnston Street, Forsyth. The recently conjectured con- struction project that would to get a life. It's really Someone is a little ob- convert the century old edifice sess~ with Will Davis soun~ like they need into n gn-r se apartment units is underway as Dave pathetic! votes: 15 Stephens cuts molding to finish the trim on a window I live in Washington for the upcoming play. Can a County and I lived here newlywed couple moving to when Will Davis was a new city maintain their love editor of the paper. He in a new apartment unit in a was the best thing that building that is in transition ever happened to that and not entirel y ready for occu pancy? Check out this clpver paper, and it has gone comedy by Katherine DiSavino and see for yourself. completely downhill since he left. votes: 14 "Things My Mother Taught Me" runs May 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20. The Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 "You might be able to p.m. and the Sunday Matinees are at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are clear your history and on sale May 7-10 at the Box Office, which is open 4-7 p.m. keep liking your own and two hours prior to curtain each day of the show. Ticket posts, but you only get 1 prices are $15 for adults: $12 for seniors, students and ac- vote and that'; 1 more tive military. than you deserve, votes: 9 Feeling the montl, t bill overload? I would love to elect Ronnie "Jocko" Evans for Monroe County Sheriff!! votes: 9 LGBTQ movement seeks to bury Christianity, bul- lying us into silence and extinction. Roman repeat of history, votes: 7 NOW that Sheriff Bittick has accepted the job of U.S. Marshal who has the most experience and qualifications to oversee day-to-day operation of the MCSO? votes: 7 How do we stop these annoying calls from Cali- fornia, New York, etc?? The No Call list is a joke. The political calls are bad enough! votes: 7 "From all these posts about the superintendent's daughter, I see the light now. I11 be voting for whoever she supports!" said no Monroe County resident, ever! votes: (5 the monroe county 109D Patrol Road 478-994-9911 201 www.mymcr.nef news@mymcr.nef Vietnam Veterans Middle Ga Chapter 946 meets 6:30 pm the 2nd Tuesday or each montr~. We meet at Rock Springs Church, 1278 Juliette Road, Forsyth, Ga (about 1.1 / 1.2 miles on left after crossing bridge over Interstate) We invite you to come loin with us. Regular membership is open to Vietnam Era Veterans, We have an associate membership that is open to everyone who is not a Vietnam Era Veteran. It would be our honor and pleasure for you to join with us We are looking forward to seeing you. Never Again will One Generation of Veterans Abandon Another Vietnam Veterans of America Middle Go Chapter 946 Monroe County Schools recognized Hubbard Elementary on April 24 for achieving STEM certified status. Pictured, left to right, are Asst. Supt. Jackson Daniel, Supt. Dr. Mike Hickman, HES Principal Jay Johnston, Asst. Supt. Alicia Elder, BOE Chair Nolen Howard. (Photo/Diane Glidewell) project-based curriculum. At a called meeting on April 24, the Monroe County School Board com- mended Johnston and his staff for making this goal become a reality. Johnston said that ."achieving STEM certifica- tion is truly a testament to our commitment to excel- lence:' This approach to learning will definitely have a posi- tive impact on the students at Hubbard Elementary School. Residential & Commercial ' We Service All Brands . Honest & Reliable Service. Licensed and Insured Experience You Can Count On. 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