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March 13, 2019

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The Press-Dispatch School Wednesday, March 13, 2019 C- 11 SCHOOL NEWS? Email: DO YOU HAVE Above: These students were chosen by their teachers as "Hardworking" for the month of February. They earned a golden ticket for lunch with the school social worker, Mrs. Natalie Wer- ner. Front row: Axel Russell, Breena Allen, So- phia Branum, Gemma Gonzales, Malachi Bar- rett, Naomi Stafford and Rayne Stafford. Middle row: Kayson Schultz, Colton Vest, Joey Worley, Chaz Lough, Noah Abel, Lukas Carrico, Sawyor Kabrick and Will Faith. Back row: Jamison Man- ca, Billy Hart, Jolee Hedinger, Willow Nalley, Em- ma Brock, Emily Warner, Bryer Thomas, Grant Boyd, Isabella Nowark and Kadon Hickman. Not pictured: Reese Powers, Austin Vaughn, Zoe Rus- sell, Izaiah Lemond and Emily Green. Below: "Hardworking" students earned lunch with Mrs. Werner. The students were chosen by their teachers for being hardworking during Feb- ruary. Pictured left to right are: Rayne Stafford, Axel Nalley, Sophia Branum, Will Faith, Malachi Barrett, Mrs. Werner and Naomi Stafford. Above: Ford Carrico shows off a picture he is working on in library class. Left: Jenny Cherry's kindergarten wore their Dr. Seuss hats for Dr. Seuss' birthday. Front row: Grant James, Emily Hornby, Beth Brawdy, Ryleigh Gard, Brooklyn Phillips, Ford Carrico, Brendon Travis and Wyatt Knight. Back row: Jaxyn Bar- rett, Sophia Branum, Rayvin Sinka, Gage Willis, Abi Popp, Rolon Bruce, Reece Powers and Car- ter Moss. Mrs. Wiseman coordinates a good ole fashioned game of duck-duck-goose during recess! Corbin Parks and Keirce Hayes practice their basketball skills. Keysha Padgett proudly shows off her painting on the third-fifth grade field trip to Huntingburg's The Art Factory. Above: Third grader Keysha Padgett earned the privilege of eating lunch with a friend. She chose her teacher, Ms. Sutton. Left: Third grade student Adrianna Parks passed her multiplication facts 0-12. Winslow Elementary MENU Thursday, March 14: Shamrock chicken nuggets, sweet potato fries, baked beans and fruit. Friday, March 15: Fish nuggets, tater tots, buttered corn and fruit. Monday, March 18: Pep- peroni pizza, garden salad, broccoli florets, breadstick, marinara sauce and fruit. Tuesday, March 19: Beef and cheese nachos, salsa, shredded romaine, baby car- rots and fruit. Wednesday, March 20 : Chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, Califor- nia blend and fruit. CALENDER March 14,21–J.A.M. Club – third and fourth grade March 14–Kindergarten Roundup, 4 p.m. -6 p.m. or 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., Call 812-789 - 2209 for an appointment March 15 –Preschool Roundup, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m., Call 812-789 -2209 for an ap- pointment March 15 –Reports cards, go home with students(If more than one report card is needed, please contact the office) March 15 –Accelerated Reader Goal Parties, grades second - fifth March 15 –P TO "Master- pieces with Mom", 5:30 p.m. – 8 pm, gym March 18 - 22–IREAD Testing, third grade March 18 - 22–Newspaper in Education Week March 19 –Pike Central Band Presentation, fifth grade March 21–Kindergarten Field Trip – Evansville Phil- harmonic March 22–P TO Popcorn Friday Student Council Dress-up Day, wear neon shirt March 25 – 29 Spring Va- cation - No School MENU Thursday, March 7: Cal- zone pizza, garden salad, sweet potato fires, fruit and a brownie. Friday, March 8: Fish sandwich, oven fries, cole slaw and fruit. Monday, March 11: BBQ rib sandwich, smiley tots, green beans and fruit. Tuesday, March 12: Chick- en Alfredo, garden salad, ba- by carrots, steamed brocco- li, breadstick and fruit. Wednesday, March 13: Meatloaf, roll, scalloped po- tatoes, seasoned peas and fruit. Otwell Miller Academy net edition Web, Smartphone, Tablet Streamline the Headline! The Press Dispatch PIKE COUNTY'S NEWS NETWORK

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