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November 7, 2018

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C-10 Wednesday, November 7, 2018 The Press-Dispatch SCHOOL Submit school news: Email: Deadline: Noon on Friday Petersburg Elementary Kady Gideon and Alyssa McCutchan used their Chief Tickets to have lunch with Mrs. Goff. Second grader Taylor Russell won a firetruck ride to school! Robotics team member Aksel Onyett practices driving his robot. Haley Woodhull works on an array building for the third grade's Array City. Gage Wolfe works hard researching Patrick Henry, one of the many hero's from the Revolutionary War. Robotics team member Llinkyn Knust tries to knock off a yellow hub. Robotics team member Karly Gideon writes in her engineering notebook. Am preschool class celebrated Halloween by making spider headbands. Front row (l to r): Kameron Henry, Kaebri Yon, Brycen Stillwell, Faithlynn Velazquez and Noah Rigor. Back row: Clark Janulewicz, Hunter Scraper, Brantley Wil- son, Abby Woods, Jase Benefiel and Aiken White- head. Pm class celebrated Halloween by making spi- der headbands. Front row (l to r): Nevaeh Turpin, Finian Cloe, Mia Woodall, Gabriel Livermore, Zo- ey Sharp. Back row: Luke Hornby,Parker Kell, Mason Barrett and Gavin Onyett. MENU Thursday, November 8: Chicken quesadilla, potato wedges, baked beans, Kiwi and a mini cocoa krispy. Friday, November 9: Beef and cheese nachos with sal- sa, shredded lettuce, baby carrots and strawberries. Monday, November 12: Sausage patty, pancakes, syrup, smiley tots, V-Juice and applesauce. Tuesday, November 13: Meatball sub, sweet pota- to fires, garden salad and grapes. Wednesday, November 14: Chili soup, corn chips, celery and cucumber slic- es, fruit cocktail and a mini cocoa krispy. CALENDER Early Release dates–Nov. 7, 14, and 28 Spell bowl Practices man- datory dates–Nov. 6, 13 and 14 after school till 4:30 p.m. Optional Spell Bowl Prac- tices–Nov. 7 & 12 after school till 4:30 p.m. Robotics Practice dates– Nov. 12, 15, 19, 26 and 29 af- ter school till 5 p.m. November–PES student council will be conducting a canned food drive from Nov. 1 - Nov. 13. Please bring your non-perishable food items to the school there will be drop off point throughout the school. All canned food items will be donated to needy families for the holidays. Turkey Disguise! –Time to dress up Tom the Turkey so he can hide from the farmer and not become Thanksgiv- ing Dinner! Kindergarten students will be doing this home project in November. Turkey patterns will be sent home the 1st of the month. Send in Tom the Turkey as soon as he is in disguise and it will be displayed in the Kindergarten hallway. Nov. 6 –State Required Vision Screenings for first graders. Nov. 8 –Staff and Stu- dents, wear your BE shirts. Nov. 9 –Perfect Atten- dance reward Peer Mediator Breakfast Nov. 10 –Robotics Compe- tition at South Spencer Nov. 12–Veteran's Day- A Veteran's Day program will begin in the gym at, 9:30 a.m. Nov. 12-16 –American Ed- ucation Week, there will be activities throughout the week. Nov. 15 –Spell Bowl Com- petition at Cedar Crest In- termediate School in Hunt- ingburg. Nov. 16 –Second grade will celebrate Mickey Mouse's birthday. Nov. 19 –Mid-terms will be sent home Nov. 20 –Picture Retakes Nov. 21, 22 and 23- Thanksgiving Vacation-NO SCHOOL Nov. 30 –Family Movie Night Otwell Miller Academy MENU Thursday, November 8: Chicken corn dog or turkey and cheese sub, crinkle cut fries and baked beans. Friday, November 9: Spa- ghetti and meat sauce, garlic twist, tossed salad and but- tered corn. Monday, November 12: BBQ rib sandwich or cheeseburger, potato wedg- es, lettuce, tomato and sal- ad. Tuesday, November 13: Country fried steak, roll, mashed potatoes, brown gravy and California blend veggies. Wednesday, November 14: Beef ravioli or beef chili with garlic twist, buttered corn and Scooby Doo gra- ham crackers. Menu subject to change. Milk choices offered daily. Assorted fruits and veggies offered daily. Pike Central

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