November 20, 2014, Posted by 5th and 6th Grade Center in 5th & 6th Grade Center,

October Being Kind Award Winner

Computer Instructor Jennifer Skillman at the 5th and 6th Grade Center did her monthly drawing for the Being Kind Award for October 2014.  The winner was Lindsey Ruble.  (more…)

November 6, 2014, Posted by 5th and 6th Grade Center in 5th & 6th Grade Center,

5th-6th Center Celebrates the First WINGS Party of the Year

Students at the 5th-6th Grade Center who met strict requirements were recently rewarded with the first WINGS party of the school year that included karaoke, face painting and air-up obstacle courses.  Cosmetology students from the Technical Career Center even came down the hill to paint nails and do hair. WINGS stands for “We’re Into Noticing Good Students”. (more…)

November 6, 2014, Posted by 5th and 6th Grade Center in 5th & 6th Grade Center,

Veterans, Active Duty Service Members Invited to Nov. 11 Assembly at 5th-6th Center

The 5th and 6th Grade Center invites all veterans and active duty service members to attend a Veterans Day assembly at 9 am on Tuesday, Nov. 11, in the gymnasium. (more…)

October 8, 2014, Posted by 5th and 6th Grade Center in 5th & 6th Grade Center,

5th-6th Grade Center Promotes Kindness

There doesn’t have to be a reason to be kind to others but that doesn’t mean we can’t reward it.  Jennifer Skillman at the 5th-6th Grade Center has introduced a reward system to promote kindness in the school.  Students who are helpful or kind to others may be nominated by faculty and staff for entry into the Being Kind drawing.  (more…)

September 29, 2014, Posted by 5th and 6th Grade Center in 5th & 6th Grade Center,

6th Graders Enjoy Photo Booth as Reading Incentive

Photo booth fun is serving as an Accelerated Reading incentive for 6th graders in Julie Gambill’s language arts class at the Poplar Bluff 5th-6th Grade Center. Students who reach their reading goal get to take a picture in the photo booth, which Mrs. Gambill constructed in a vacant room across the hall from her classroom by covering a bulletin board with fabric and adding costume props from her son’s collection and a dollar store.

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