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e 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 coordina, ng news from ICB,; Sutton Elementary. Next week look for news from Monroe County Middle School. Email school-related news, including items for 'Monroe in College, to Diane GlideweU at ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The K.B. Sutton Elementary Knights Honor Club character trait for Septem- ber was 'Trust.' The following students have demonstrated trust within the classroom setting: Devon Childs, Keira Harland, Caiden May, Rose Vance, Rea- gan Cook, Allie Smallwood, Chan- ning Sundeen, Zayne Neal, Mary- Jean Brown, Evan Kemper, Carmine Jones, Audree Herndon, Cheyanne Hollar, Khloe Black, I(ayaon g~vint, Coo- per Hammond, Thomas Bryant, Bailey Borders, Izabel Marler, Nevaeh Holleman, Gracie Bagwell, Anna Thompson, Au- tym Hudson, Georgia Griffin, Lucy Rankin, Christopher Andrews, Faith High, AnnaKate Arnold, Taylor McKin- non, Champ Castlin. On Thursday, Oct. 11 the first grade class of K.B. Sutton Elementary held its annual Folk Tale Heroes presentation. The children dressed up like Annie Oakley, Johnny Appleseed, John Henry, Paul Bunyan and Davy Crockett. The musical production was directed by KBS music teacher, Mrs. Sandy Watson. The accounts of American Folk Tales were shared through music and stories to remind the audience of our rich American heritage. I I unveils hJne On Wednesday, Oct. 11, the new K.B. Sutton Book Vending Machine was unveiled. The machine holds a variety of titles, from Fly Guy books (Arnold), '1 Survived the Molasses Flood" (Tarshis), to the books in the Elephant and Piggie series (Mo Willems). Students will earn tokens for the book vending machines through raffles that include our Positive Behavior Referral Program and Accelerated Reader goal achievers. At the ribbon cutting for our vending machine, the top two Accelerated Reader point earners from each grade level were invited to select a book from the machine. Books make awesome rewards! learni Each month Pre-K students and teachers at K.B. Sut- ton Elementary welcome parents into their class- rooms for Parent and Child Together Time (PACT time). It is a sensational time for parents and their children to learn through play together and hands- on activities. Pictured is a Pre-K student and parent reading together during PACT time. STUENT 0g THE i EEK for the Monroe County School System # StateFarm 281 Tift College Drive Forsyth, GA 31029 478-992-9945 Hours: Monday - Fdday, 9 am - 5".30 pm J I e Third grade students in Mrs. Melissa Borders' class at K.B. Sut- ton Elementary designed and constructed solar ovens to make S'mores. It was a sweet and delicious way to end their unit on 'Heat' Pictured: Kaydence Hooks, Madilyn Hudson and Samuel Nickel have their "ingredients ready to prepare to make S'Mores with their solar oven. ii ~ I ~ i ~!~i Second grade students in Mrs. SeEs class at K.B. Sutton Elementary visited the media cen- ter to hear the story, "Alfie, the Turtle Who Disap- peared." After reading the book, the class worked in groups to code Luke Reynolds, their Bee-Bots to spell the name, Alfie, on their alphabet mats. Pictured are Joshua Hooks, Thomas Bryant and Paisley Statham working together to code their Bee-Bots. K.B. Sutton Elementary School thanks Pride of Forsyth Chapter No.144, Order of the East- ern Star, for donating backpacks and school supplies for students to help start the school year off right. m