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Swiss Memorial Elementary Principal Kasey Woodlee and staff are pleased to announce the Principal’s List (all A’s), Honor Roll (at least 1 A and nothing below a B) for the first six weeks, and Perfect Attendance (students did not miss a day nor were they tardy or checked out early. These students earned a $20 PawBuck for their perfect attendance). Principal’s List: Third Grade (Crabtree): Jalie Ruehling Third Grade (Cleek):
Principal Jones and the staff at Palmer Elementary School are proud to announce the Principal’s List, Regular Honor Roll, and Perfect Attendance for the second six weeks of the 2013-2014 school year. Principal’s List: Third Grade (Nolan): Rylee Worley Fourth Grade (Layne): Rian Scott Fann, Ayla Hoy, Katelyn Nolan, Molly Payne, Jaylee Rollins, and Paul Allen Wise Fifth Grade (Fann): Leeandra Morrison, Mackenzie Reeves, and Luke Sweeney Sixth Grade (Boyd):
Grundy County High School Welding Instructor, Robin Dykes, was recently awarded the American Welding Society Instructor of the Year 2013 from the Chattanooga AWS Section. Mr. Dykes was chosen from among instructors that teach welding in both secondary and post-secondary schools for the surrounding counties of Hamilton County. Pictured (l to r): Assistant Principal Jamie Ruehling, GCHS Welding Instructor Robin Dykes, and CTE Director Gina Sons.
I am thankful for my family and my friends who love me. I love my life, too. Abi Seagroves – First Grade – Pelham I am thankful for God. I like to pray to Him. He answers prayers. I love god! Dakota Grayson – Second Grade – Tracy City I’m thankful for God watching over me because He teaches me right from wrong and He keeps me out of trouble.
As Americans, we have set aside November 11, Veteran’s Day, to reflect, remember, and honor those who served in the United States Armed Forces. Today, there are nearly 25 million military veterans living among us. Swiss Memorial Elementary School (SMES) honored them by teaching younger generations about their sacrifices on our behalf. A Veteran’s Appreciation Program was held at SMES on Thursday, November 7. Program coordinators were Kimberly McBee, Clayta
Aaron Gross – First Place Our local veterans deserve support, respect, and understanding for many reasons. The main reason is what they have done for us. The veterans may have gone into the military for many different reasons, but once they entered, they worked for one common goal. That goal was and still is to protect the United States and the freedom of its citizens. The freedom we as a
As part of “Red Ribbon Week” that focuses on drug awareness, the Rotary Club of Monteagle/Sewanee hosted “Don’t Meth With Us” programs for fifth graders at Cowan, Monteagle, and Sewanee elementary schools. Instead of just saying, “Don’t do drugs,” this program focuses on the dangers of methamphetamine or “meth,” which has been an ongoing problem in the tri-county area. The programs were led by Rotarian Heather Olson accompanied by a