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Each week during the school year The Reporter spotlights activities and achievements of students, faculty and staff at a different/Vbnroe County school. Thank you to MJsfi SJkes, media specJahst, for providing news from K.B. Sutton Elementary. Next week look for news from Monroe County Middle School. EmaJl school-related news, including news for "Monroe in College," to Diane Gild welt at newsOmymcr.net MONROE COUNTY STUDENT OF THE WEEK 281 "rrff College Drive Forsyth, GA 31029 These K.B. Sutton Elementary students were recognized during April for demonstrating the character trait of Peace: Evan Kemper, Aeson Harland, Melony Balthrop, Kaylianne Whatley, Cale Kersey, Paisley Jones, Khloe Black, Colton Cleveland, Tanner Turnbow, Kane Felker, Hayden Warner, Bristol Spears, Justine Watkins, Kylee Starr, Holt Mizell; Lane Corley, Kylee Sanders, Abbie Singletary, Hess Balti- glier, Devin Kenney, Ashlynn Stover, Karol Pompa, Scott Rankin, Ethan Brown, Morgan McEImur- ray, Max Nickel, McKayden Fields, Levi Wilcox, Gab Presley. (Photo/Amie Griffin) Mrs. Sparks' kindergarten class at K.B. Sutton Elementary has been learning about the Statue of Liberty and other American symbols. The students made their own Statue of Liberty costumes. Learning takes flight on field trip On March 29, the fifth grade classes at K.B. Sutton Elementary visited the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins. The children had the opportunity to see many of the airplanes that were used during World War II. One of the most exciting parts of the field trip was being able to get inside an airplane to see the controls up close. Mrs. Elizabeth Tuckers 5th grade class is pictured in front of a P-51 Mustang and a B-29 Bomber. ! ! UI On Wednesday, May 9 the 4th grade students at K.B.Sutton Elementary visited the Georgia Aquarium to reinforce their studies of organisms and their ecosystems. The chil- dren were delighted to see a wide variety of marine life, such as whale sharks, penguins, jellyfish, and spider crabs. A highlight gf the trip was being entertained by the dolphin show. Blair Burnett and Sophie Brown watch the penguins carefully at the Georgia Aquarium. The students at K.B. Sutton Elementary are buzzing with excitement for new books about insects in our schoors library media center. A set of 13 new titles arrived cour- tesy of several donors, including Orkin and Ripple, through the website DonorsChoose. org. Children enjoy finding out about the creepy, crawly creatures in their world, so these books are a welcome addition for the children. On April 26, parents and students were able to "level up" and visit with teachers for the grade level that they will be promoted to next year. Each grade level group of teachers gave a short presentation about what makes their grade special, what to expect for classwork and homework, as well as answer questions from students and parents. The fifth grade team for 2018-19 at Transition Night: Ms. Jan Turpin, M~. Mindy Whitehead, Mr. Jonathan Carr, Mrs. Candice Lewis. During the K.B. Sutton Elemen- tary kindergarten field trip to the Monroe County Public Library, students listened to a delightful story with Children's Librarian Tracy Brinkman, expe- rienced hands-on collaboration at the train table and learned about how to get a library card. Pictured: Dayna Trice and Reed Ivey enloyed reading in the castle tent at the Monroe County Public Library. To raise money for K.B. Sufton's 4th grade field trip to the Georgia Aquarium, a Kiss a Pig fundraiser was held. Teachers and students could "vote" for the fac- ulty member they wanted to kiss a pig by donating money into that person's container. The faculty mem- bers that the students and staff could choose were Mrs. Sandy Watson, Mrs. Becky Brown, Mrs. Megan Smallwood, Mrs. Brittany Bagwell, Coach Jason Morrow, Mrs. Misti Sikes, and Ms. Joanne Binns. The race between Coach Jason Morrow and Ms. Joanne Binns was within a few dollars. Ms. Joanne Binns raised $141 toward the field trip for the students and kissed a tiny pig from Sweet Basil Farms. Overall, the fundraiser brought in a little over $300. .