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December 5, 2018

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C-10 Wednesday, December 5, 2018 The Press-Dispatch SCHOOL Submit school news: Email: Deadline: Noon on Friday Petersburg Elementary Participating in readers theater "The Stinky Cheese Man" are (l to r): Braxton Maxey, K J Wood, Elizabeth Stephens, Lowell Jeffries, Claire Bolin, Tucker Loveless, Draven Barrett and Kin- ley Powers from Mrs. Elliott's third grade class. Above: Mick Hetman talking to students about industrial de- sign. Left: Kinze VanMeter from Mrs. Elliott's third grade class passed 100 multiplication facts in 5 minutes. Second graders Trenton Stone and Braelyn Turner with their fancy snowflake ornaments that they made during a listening activity. Mrs. Russell's classroom was awarded a "Clean- est Room" banner from the custodians. The stu- dents proudly pose with their sign. "Trustworthy" was the Character Word of the Month for November. These are the students that were picked as trustworthy by their teachers. Front row: Zo- ey LeMond, Isabell Tyring, Kinzlee Hornor, Reid McCandless, Emma Bailey, Ra- vynne Cato, Ford Carrico and Jaxyn Barrett. Middle row: Lydia Abel, Ava Aase- rud, Kameron Schwindt, Parker Goeppner, Jace Farmer, Serenity Jacobs, Taylen Bailey, A J Miller, Kole Aydelott, Emily Green and Piper Thompson. Back row: Eli Woolsey, Sophie O'Neal, Sam McConnell, Katelyn Shelton, Arianna Barclay, Marie Daniel, , Nate Davis, Alexis Boyd, Jaelee Loveless and Kodee Miller. Not pictured: Troy Powers and Noah Abel. Above: Principal Ritch Luker reads a story to the first graders in Mrs. Rus- sell's classroom. Fourth grade students Tyler Mason, Jaylynn Mi- ley, Rylon Evans and Gage Wolfe tested proper- ties of rocks and minerals in science class. Virginia Wininger, Hunter Tincher, Bryson Hornby, Levi Reinhart, Sawyor Kabrick, Taylin Bailey and Ashley Cassitty pose in front of an exhibit at the Evansville Museum during their second grade field trip. Second graders Erik Sanchez, Ava Hart, Nate Deffendoll, Troy Powers, Alba Hay and Liam Jones become a part of the growling Grizzly Bear exhibit at the Evans- ville Museum. Brody Hildebrand and Kamer- on Schwindt wait for the next ac- tivity at the second grade field trip to the Evansville Museum. Ryder Troutman en- joying Chromebook time under his desk during Flashlight Fri- day. Kylie Marcum is us- ing the OSMO during inside recess. Mrs. Knust's second grade class spelling bee winners are 1st- Kasey Stevens, 2nd- Sophia Johnson, 3rd- Tatum McNally, and 4th- Makayla Kapp. Right: Petersburg Elementary School Spell Bowl Crew from left to right: Macy Hill (4th), Stacy Davis (Coach), Karly Gideon (4th), Jor- dan Minnis-Bradfield (5th), Jacob Harker (4th), Grahm Gibson (5th), Jessa Rideo (4th), Addyson McDowell (5th), Sadie Willis (4th), Jenna Frank- lin (proctor), and Daegan Fullington (4th). The team missed the local competition on November 15 at Cedar Crest Intermediate School due to a snow day, instead they had a mini competition at PES on Friday, November with the entire 4th and 5th grade classes as spectators. Top spell- er was 4th grader Jacob Harker. Jacob answered all words correctly; second place was 4th grader, Karly Gideon, missing only one word. MENU Thursday, November 6: Calzone pizza, garden sal- ad, sweet potato fries, fruit cocktail and fruit. Friday, November 7: Fish nuggets, oven fries, cole slaw and fruit. Monday, November 10 : BBQ rib sandwich, smiley tots, green beans and fruit. Tuesday, November 11: Chicken Tetrazzini, garden salad, bread stick, fresh broccoli and fruit. Wednesday, November 12: Meatloaf, roll, scalloped potatoes, seasoned peas and fruit. Email: DO YOU HAVE SCHOOL NEWS! Otwell Miller Academy Winslow Elementary

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