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  • SJES Students Get Into the Swing of Golf
    4th and 5th grade students at SJES are staying active by learning the fundamentals of golf. Students have enjoyed fine tuning their golf club swing to see which suits them best. This golf experience has been a welcome change from traditional activities an .. Read More
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  • SCA Officers Lead School in the Bully Rap at Meadville
    President of the SCA, Caroline Deislinger, gets her officers organized to lead the school in the Bully Rap.  Every student joined in to let bullies know that they are not welcomed at Meadville Elementary School.
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  • Meadville Students Learn Some Anti-Bullying Techniques
    Anne Carr, guidance counselor, organized a program to teach students what to do when they see someone being bullied.  She read the book, Mean Billy Joe Gill, written by Joanna Weaver and illustrated by Tony Kenyon. Read More
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  • North Halifax Fire Department Visit SJES Students
    In recognition of Fire Prevention Week, firemen representing the North Halifax Volunteer Fire Department, made a visit to Sydnor Jennings Elementary School to discuss fire safety with students.  The firemen explained how the equipment on the fire tru .. Read More
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  • Pumpkin Decorating At Scottsburg Elementary School
    Students who consistently displayed good behavior for the first nine weeks of school got to decorate pumpkins as a reward.  Below are some scenes from the decorating times.
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  • HCMS Celebrates "Red Ribbon Campaign"
    DID YOU KNOW?  Children of parents who talk to their teens regularly about drugs are 42% less likely to use drugs than those who don't; yet, only a quarter of teens report having these conversations. 

    RED RIBBON WEEK - the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the nation, is your opportunity to get the ongoing conversation started. 

    This year's theme is "Love Yourself. Be Drug Free!" The HCMS community is promoting a drug-free lifestyle by participating in several awareness activities during the week of October 27-31. Join us on Tuesday, October 28 as we wear red to show our support for a Drug-free community. 

    Red Ribbon Week Activities at HCMS

    Monday, Oct. 27:  Students will sign Drug Free pledges. Pledges will also be sent home for parents and guardians to sign. 

    Tuesday, Oct. 28:  "Love Yourself, Be Drug Free!"  WEAR RED!

    Wednesday, Oct. 29:  “Show Your Drug Free School Spirit”  Wear Orange and Blue!   Red Ribbons will be available for all faculty, staff and students.

    Thursday, Oct. 30:   " Join the Fight Against Drugs!"   -  Wear camouflage

    Friday, Oct. 31  -   "Say BOO to Drugs!"   Wear your favorite Halloween shirt
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  • 1950's SOCK HOP - FAMILY DANCE - TO BE HELD AT MEADVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NOV. 7
    SCA sponsors Sock Hop for students and their families on Friday, Nov. 7, 2014.  There will be a dance contest as well as a costume contest.  There will be snacks to enjoy and good old fashion dancing.  Please bring your family to Meadville for a rockin' sockin' dance!
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  • Meadville Parents Join Forces to Donate Books
    Meadville Elementary School Kindergarten students in Ms. Troy's class were treated to 10 new books for their classroom library today.  Ms. Shana Hetzell, a parent, and Ms. Elizabeth Osborne, a co-worker of Ms. Hetzell's at Wells Fargo bank, partnered .. Read More
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  • VETERANS TO BE HONORED AT MEADVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Students at Meadville Elementary School will honor all Veterans on Nov. 11th, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria.  Please join us for patriot singing under the direction of Dr. Tim Duncan.  The school is collecting names of all Veterans to post for the celebration.  Following the program, parents will be invited to their child's classroom to get some instructional tools to use at home to help their child/children.
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  • Perfect Attendance Rewarded at Meadville Elementary School
    Several students have not missed a minute, an hour, or a day of school during the first grading period.  Those students received a certificate as well as a coupon for 1 free ice cream.  The race is on to see who will get this special award .. Read More
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