AES Title I Family Technology Night
Altamaha Elementary School, AES, faculty and staff cordially invite you to attend AES, PTO and Title I Family Technology Night . The PTO Meeting will begin at 6:30PM and the Title I Family Technology Night will begin at 7:00pm. Parents will learn about technology safeguards, learning resources, and how to use technology to help your child succeed in school. Parents will meet in the auditorium/gymnasium. Please come and support your child’s academic success and enjoy refreshments too! Child care will be provided as well. Looking forward to seeing you!!!
AES Title I Family Technology Night
at Altamaha Elementary School
Monday, October 27, 2014
Mrs.Stone's 4-H Club
By: Dalton James
The Stones 4-H club held it's meeting Thirsday Oct.16 2014. Elizabeth Branch, President, presided at the meeting. Our Vice President Riely Harrise, led in the American Pledge and the 4-H Pledge.
Our President Elizabeth Branch, reviwed our emblem.
Our Program Chairman, introduced the following members to give demonsteations: Rarshel Sollmon Red Velvet cake, Elizabeth Branch and Shannon Maddox did Mechinical and Chemical Weathering.
Mrs. Stephanie, then presented our monthly program on "Demionstration".
The class really enjoyed the power point on Mechinical and Chemical Weathering by Elizabeth Branch and Shannon Maddiox. We also enjoyed the poster by Rarshel Sallomen on Red Velvet Cake.Our Monthley program demonstrations were grately enjoyed.
The meeting was adjourned by the President after no further bussiness was discussed.
Dalton James Reporter
"APPLING JUNCTION" set to perform
The Appling County High School Choral Department is excited to announce the upcoming performances of its popular country variety show - newly renamed Appling Junction. Join us for an evening of great music, comedy, and old-fashioned entertainment. Don’t worry about the name change; the music is still great and the jokes are still corny! There will be two shows on November 1 at 2:00 and 6:30 at the Appling County High School Fine Arts Center.
Advance tickets can be purchased from any high school choral student or by calling Karen Davis at 367-8610. Prices for advance tickets are $5.00 for students and $7.00 for adults. At the door, ticket prices will be $7.00 for students and $10.00 for adults. There will be special performances by Wayne Carter, Roy McClung, Legacy, Hope, The Gathering, The Brantley Trio, and Second Mile. We look forward to seeing you there!
Mrs. Britt’s 4-H Club
By: Callie Taylor, Reporter
The Britt 4-H Club held its meeting Friday, October 17, 2014. Addison Avera, President, presided at the meeting. Our Vice President, Lacey Lee, led in the American Pledge and the 4-H Pledge. There were no guests, so Callie Taylor, our Reporter, read a short devotion. Our President, Addison Avera, reviewed our emblem. Our Program Chairman, Brooke Butler, introduced one of our members to give the demonstration. Zoe McCall gave a demonstration on The Basics of Softball. Mrs. Donna then presented our monthly program on “How To Do a Demonstration.” The class really enjoyed the demonstration. The meeting was adjourned by the president after no further business was discussed.
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Battle of the Books
In March, a select group of Gifted students will attend the Battle of the Books competition in Waycross, Georgia. This compe-tition entails students reading a set of ten books, ranging from on-grade level and above grade-level titles, from a preselected list. During the competition, students compete against teams as they answer questions about the book that require in-depth knowledge and comprehension. Mrs. Amee Lewis, the Gifted instructor at ACES, has partnered with the Georgia Public Library Service in or-der to obtain copies of the books for the students at our local Baxley Public Library through the interloan system. Mrs. Hobbs, the librarian, offered to place holds on multiple copies of the titles on the book list to ensure that all students have access to the re-sources without having out-of-pocket expenses. This collaboration, supported by Mrs. Debra Crosby, the principal at ACES demon-strates effective use of community resources.
2014 Appling County High School Homecoming Parade
The 2014 Appling County High School Homecoming Parade is Thursday, October 9th at 6:00 p.m. The parade route begins at the red light at Martin Luther King Drive and Highway 341. It will proceed straight down Highway 341 ending at the red light in front of Wal-Mart. Our parade processional will be led by the 2014 Grand Marshal Gail Carter.
During the parade for the safety of all children attending, we ask you to please not allow your child to run into the street in front of the parade participants to get anything being thrown by vehicles/floats. This is the last year that candy is allowed to be thrown. Next year NO CANDY will be allowed due to safety concerns. We do hope to see you all there on October 9th!
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