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October 9, 2019

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C-8 Wednesday, October 9, 2019 The Press-Dispatch SCHOOL Submit school news: Email: Deadline: Noon on Friday Otwell Miller Academy Winslow Elementary Third grade students proudly showing off their books from Scholastic Book Clubs. Each third grade student will receive one book per month, thanks to generous donations by community members. Pictured are the Winslow Community Festival Coloring Contest Winners. The winning second and third graders received glitter gel pens and notebooks for their prize. First place, front row: Laura Daniel, Abby Tyring and Tucker Satterly. Runners up, back row: Isabell Tyring, Taylin Ma- son, Taylen Bailey, Virginia Wininger, Lydia Dan- iel, Blake Wellmeyer and Braylee Schuessler. Zoe Russell and Sylvie McDivitt are measuring the temperature of water with a thermometer. First graders Bowen Potts, Kalli Adams and Ad- die Jines enjoyed building with cups during after- noon box time. Kent Johnson and Dallas Killia,n from the Pike County Sheriff's Departmen,t brought in 25 bags of food donated by the Jay C food store to Peters- burg Elementary. Kaden VanMeter, Joshua Harker, Kylie Meyer and Karly Gideon presenting their solar system project using ozobots in Mrs. Henson's class. Above: The fourth graders in Abby Aldridge's class are practicing with science tools doing a va- riety of experiments. Samuel McConnell and Brit- tney Kirby are using the pan balance and compar- ing the mass of various objects with pennies. Left: Jersey Vickers and Kinley Nixon are re- cording their results as they use a graduated cyl- inder to measure volume. Right: Sadie McCrary and Logan Carrico use their graduated cylinders to measure volume during Science class. Wyatt Wolfe found a fuzzy friend at recess. Lilly Christmas shows off her skills on the playground. Chief Deputy Dallas Killian and Sheriff Kent Johnson dropped off 25 bags of food donated by the Petersburg Jay C food store to be distributed to students. OMA appreciates the kindness. Mr. Padgett sharing his knowledge with the 5th grade students. Congratulations to these students for working extra hard to recruit friends and family to come in and give blood for the American Red Cross blood drive at OMA. Pictured left to right: Rhaele Wilson, Josie Hill, Alayah Willis, Kell- cyn Riker, Remi Troutman, Addy Mann, Ebony Mason and Hope Readle. Back row: Tyler Mason, Jaelynn Miley, Damion O'Brien, Kinley Catt, Gage Wolfe and Ryder Troutman. Preschool not pictured: Xavier Mason, Ariel Wil- lis and Gracie Boger. Petersburg Elementary

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