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May 16, 2018

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C-10 Wednesday, May 16, 2018 The Press-Dispatch SCHOOL Submit school news: Email: Deadline: Noon on Friday Above: The Petersburg Elementary fifth grade class celebrat- ed the end of the year with a party at Old Petersburg Gym on Friday night. We would like to thank Evans and Sons, Joe Ma- ma's Pizza, Double J Collision, Cakes and Coffee, and the Pike Central Middle School principals for their donations that made the celebration possible. Below left: Elle Wiscaver and Elijah Chambers used their chief tickets for a walking field trip to the library. Below right: Draven Barrett received a book from Judy Gum- bel on the last day of My Plate, a nutrition program. The PES recycle team began col- lecting dried up markers to be sent to Crayola to be recycled last fall. We sent in over 13 lbs of markers! Wow! That's a lot of markers. Be as green as you can be. Pictured are, front row: Eve Burns and Eliz- abeth Hill. Back row: Drew Daw- son, Mayra Hensler, Jesse Catt and Lainey Leighty. Above: Mrs. Goff's second graders loved try- ing new foods at their My Plate presentation! Pic- tured are: Alexa Ayala, Cutter Tyler, Kinley Pow- ers, Draven Barrett and Joshua Herrera. Left: Meekah Hatfield and Hope Meny used their chief tickets for a walking field trip to the li- brary. Erin Mara came to the second grade and taught about composting and worms. Students gather around as she demonstrates the process. Caiden Crume and Chaz Lough go with the class on a virtual field trip to New York City Land- fill and Recycling Center. Addie Wibbeler and Kinley Blackwell, from Stephanie Shedd's first grade class, are doing an activity about teeth and keeping healthy. Mrs. Shedd's students enjoy their rocket pops as a reward for passing their ad- dition facts in rocket math. Above: Fourth grader Raeleigh McCracken helped get all the planted flowers back to the classrooms. Left: Mrs. Hartke's second grade class enjoyed planting their Mothers Day flowers. All OMA stu- dents were given vincas that were donated by Brit- tney Cooper, owner of Rough Cut N Designs. Stu- dents added their special touches on the flowers to give to their "special person" on Mother's Day. Officers Buck Seger and Bleck greet the kindergarten students after their visit and demonstration about all the jobs Bleck does for the police depart- ment. Gemma Gonzales and Lukas Farmer pet Bleck as they leave. Jamison Manca serves him- self a jalapeño bagel. The 3rd graders were treated to bagels from the Great American Ba- gel Co. after reading the story, "The Great Jalapeño Bagel." PETERSBURG & WINSLOW ELEM. SCHOOL MENU Thursday, May 17: Country fried steak, roll, mashed potatoes and gra- vy, steamed broccoli and strawberries. Friday, May 18: Chick- en sandwich, lettuce, to- mato, Cheez-it, baby car- rots and diced pears. Monday, May 21: Mini corn dog, garden salad, baked beans and diced pears. Tuesday, May 22: Soft taco, lettuce, tomato, Mexican corn and a ba- nana. Wednesday, May 23:Beef and noo- dles, mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli and pineapple tidbits. Petersburg Elementary Winslow Elementary Otwell Miller Academy

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