Second Quarter Honor Roll Announced
Congratulations to these students for making Honor Roll for the second nine weeks!
Fifth Grade – All As
Serena Abraham-Brown, Lilian Arnett, Riley Grace Burch, Priscilla Brice Chivers, Maxwell Clyburn, Anakin Dover, Desaussure DuBose, Edwards Graham, Lilli Hall, William Haunert, Janiyah Hollis-Baskins, William Hutto, Logan Kersey, Kenneth Lawson, Matthew Lounsbery, Nicholas Lounsbery, Kathryn McLemore, Lailah Miles, Greyson Rimpf, Joshua Roberts, Katie Rush, Julia Rushing, Landon Santos, Hailey Scott, Finley Simmons, Mae Stegner, Aubrey Thompson, Owen Thompson, Tarren Wilson
Fourth Grade – All As
Vaniah Blanding, Ellen Boyd, Madeline Carr, Nora Chandler, Katie Chivers, Scarlett Cobb, Samuel Daniels, Madison Fish, Kadence Fountain, Blair Gunter, Mary Long, Joshua Neal, Ryan Neal, Madilynn Thomas, Hunter Thompson
Third Grade – All As
Gabrielle Alexander, Courtney Arnold, Averette Beckham, Stella Burch, Joseph Carrington, Cristopher Chavez Pu, Bryson Clark, Hannah Culp, Amelia Dabney, Westin Davis, Victoria Dominguez, Ann Downey, Daniel Graham, Elizabeth Greenway, Madison Hall, Haven Hines, Alexander Jenkins, Tyler Lawson, Anna Long, Lexie Mellichamp, Molly Mohr, Alexandra Murphy, Laekyn Peebles, Mason Peebles, Jordan Porter, Tegan Riechers, Caroline Riggan, Mason Singletary, Cecelia Sloan, Ty'Ren Stratford, Zariah Ward, Patrick West
Second Grade – All As
Elizabeth Campbell, Ava Chandler, Jeslyn Chavez Hernandez, Hannah Chickering, Camryn Corner, Josiah Custard, Eleanor Eckenroth, Chase Everhart, Landon Freeman, Chatman Grant, Christopher Harrell, Aidan Harris, Abigail Hetrick, Jackson Hill, William Hill, Noah Hunter, Donald Johnson, TyMone Lee, Banks Lund, Molly Pacheco, Ian Potter, Kendra Ramirez Tamayo, Ellis Redfearn, Hudson Roberts, Nathaniel Roberts, Sammie Robinson, Milton Sanders, Benjamin Schenck, Ennai Simons, Easton Smith, Evelyn Smoak, Paul Spitzer, Caden Taylor, Brooklyn Thompson, Amelia Wall, Zachary West, Makiyah Whack, Aubrie Wiesen
First Grade – All As
Walter Almond, Landon Atkinson, Olivia Boykin, Margaret Burch, William Cantey, Cooper Carbery, Alexander Caulder, Riggs Cooper, Lilah Dabney, Charlie Davis, Khloe Dennis, Khloe Drakeford, Zoey Flowers, Harris Godfrey, Elizabeth Godwin, Baskins Hollis, Anna Horton, Elizabeth Hutto, Tristan Joyner, Mary Kirkland, Levi Marsh, Joshua Martin, Stella McCaskill, Greyson Mitchell, Michael Mitchell, William Mohr, Miles Moore, Andrade Moreno, Leighton Morris, Gavin Peters, McAlister Redfearn, Barniest Shirley, Weldon Shores, Sloan Thompson, Harrison Wiggins, Braylin Williams, Reece Williams, Tate Williams, Zaiden Williams
Fifth Grade – A/B
Tristan Barnes, Thomas Boyd, Jude Branham, Xavier Brevard, Lillian Chmiel, Richard Dixon, Anne Harris, Iveth Higuera, Gabriel H., Peyton Jenkins, Nahra Joseph, Mollie May, Dai'Auyna McAllister, Ana Mendez, Kimberlynn Mitchell, Jordan Reed, Hunter Renninger, Paul Sloan, Kemry Torres, Emma Vinson, Tristin Ware
Fourth Grade – A/B
Harrison Arnett, Michael Atkinson, Johnathan Barton, Liliana Bishop, Mary Boykin, Rhett Campbell, Isaiah Clea-Osborne, Owen Daniels, Lucas Delost, Ava Douglas, Joseph Edens, BreShawn Fletcher, Olivia Frazier, Maddox Freeman, Noah Golston, Elijah Grant, Ellen Kendall, Zy'Reon Lee, Darion Loney, Andrew Lopes, Tristan McCauley, Parker McGee, Dominique McKay, Shayla Myers, Trey O'Bradovich, Emma Peebles, Robert Porter, Kayden Releford, Kaleb Roberts, Jovan Simon, Roger Smoak, Addison Snodgrass, Callie Sparks, Hank Thompkins, Kaliyah Thurston, William Tucker, Tiana Turner, Georgia Vincent, Baylor Wall, Gracelyn Young
Third Grade – A/B
Jaylen Adamson, Audrey Atkinson, Kedrick Barnes, Anna Black, Tre'Vayia Carlos, Lillian Dominguez, Taegan Douglas, Burch Funderburk, William Horton, Christian Howitt, Isabella Huggins, Christopher Juan, Kayden Key, Daniya Lewis-Toatley, Tyon Macklin, Connor Marquez, Graham Marsh, Justus Marshall, Mia Nunez, Lola Olney, Khy'Ayzia Porter, Zykeir Porter, Aleena Preacher, Lila Rimpf, Gabrielle Robinson, Avery Snodgrass, Haven Thomas, Lawton Tucker, Kevin West, Harper White, Myers Wilkes
Second Grade – A/B
Gabriel Alexander, Khloe Anderson, Levi Arnett, David Barrientos Zaldivar, Lucero Barrientos Zaldivar, Allison Barton, Lebron Beaufort, Kirsten Bowers, Bennie Brevard-Mays, Oliver Diaz Bueso, Annabell Dover, Jacob Gonzalez Corona, Bailey Graham, Jordan Green, Taylor Hall, Essence Halley, Zhoe Halley, Joseph Hayes, Carson Holden, Aubreigh Hopkins, Neymar Martinez, Asher Ndukwe, Hailey Neal, Oliver Sanchez Diaz, Hayley Sparks, Isabella Thomas, Khloe Thompson, Zyan Thompson, William Way
First Grade – A/B
Marceline Bowen, Levon Brevard-Mays, Nelaya Cook, Michael Culp, Elle Delost, Aria Ellis, Steven Fakoury, Easton Furniss, Zamya Greene, Arthur Johnson, Daryn Lewis, Huck McCaskill, Marley Mitchell, Nativia Peoples, Juan Ramirez, Rylee Renninger, Alexandra Rodriguez Lorenzo, Cody Rogers, Melissa Rubio, Idris Shareef, Jamya Sharperson, Mariyah Whack, Easley Williams
Have you heard of our Watch D.O.G.S program? Want to join us? We need YOU!
WATCH D.O.G.S. ® (Dads Of Great Students) is a family and community engagement educational initiative with two primary goals: 1) To provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important. 2) To provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.
WATCH D.O.G.S.® began in 1998 in a single school in Springdale, Arkansas and has since grown into a nationally recognized program that has brought hundreds of thousands of fathers and father figures into the school classrooms and hallways across the country, creating millions of hours of “in school” volunteer time and having a tremendously positive impact on the educational process.
- Students gain positive male role models.
- Schools gain an extra set of eyes and ears.
- The presence of a father or father figure will provide an additional deterrent to bullying, enhance a sense of security in the building, and will help to create an environment conducive to learning.
- Fathers get a glimpse of their students’ everyday world and learn about the increasingly complex challenges and decisions today’s youth are facing. As a result, they can learn to relate better to their student and hopefully connect with them.
- Fathers gain a greater awareness of the positive impact they can have on their student’s life in three critical areas including: academic performance, self-esteem, social behavior.
- Due to budget shortfalls and cutbacks, often teachers are presented with larger classrooms each year. The WatchDOGS volunteers provide real and important help for the teachers and the students.
Who are WatchDOGS (Dads Of Great Students)?
WatchDOGS are fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and other father-figures who volunteer for at least one day each year at an official WATCH D.O.G.S. ® school. During the day, WatchDOGS may read and work on flash cards with students, play at recess, eat lunch with students, watch the school entrances and hallways, assist with traffic flow and any other assigned activities where they actively engage with not only their own students, but other students as well. Many school principals have reported that the mere presence of a WatchDOG dramatically reduces reports of bullying. On the day of their participation, WatchDOGS are given a brief review of their involvement and they wear an official WATCH D.O.G.S. ® t-shirt with a disposable ‘Dog Tag’ identifying them as WatchDOGS.
The WATCH D.O.G.S.® program has been recognized by the United States Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and has been involved in the U.S. Department of Education’s P.F.I.E. (Partnership For Family Involvement In Education) and the Department’s Safe School Summit. The WATCH D.O.G.S.® program is a founding member of National PTA’s M.O.R.E. Alliance (Men Organized to Raise Engagement). The WATCH D.O.G.S. ® program was featured on ABC World News Tonight with Charlie Gibson in their “Spirit of America” segment on November 17, 2008, on NBC’s Nightly News with Brian Williams on September 12, 2012 and on NBC’s Today Show which aired February 11, 2013. Also, the program has been recognized on the floor of Congress as a program that “can be a great tool in our efforts to prevent school violence and improve student performance because it can increase parental initiative and involvement in their children’s education.” (Congressional Record, February 7, 2000 page S392) WATCH D.O.G.S. ® has been endorsed by the President’s Advisory Council and included in the March 2010 report to the President. In June 2011, US Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan visited a local WATCH D.O.G.S. ® program in the DC area to encourage fathers and father figures to become more active in the educational system and to get a firsthand glimpse of the program.
For more information, visit their website at dadsofgreatstudents.com or contact Tyke Redfearn at email@example.com.
To sign up, please follow this link: Watch D.O.G.S. Sign Up.
Box Tops Changes!
Also, thank you to everyone who sent in Box Tops on the 4th! You can continue to send in Box Tops as you clip them, but you may have noticed that some items no longer have an actual Box Top on them. Instead, there is an icon that tells you to download the Box Tops app and scan your receipt. Click on the Box Tops logo below for links to the app and more information about how that works.