Courtney McGee and Matanya Bush recently made it to the 1,000s club.
Julianne Pettey and Megan Ruffridge received the cleanest desk of the week awards.
The school administration, at the request of the student council, will explore the possibility of adding khaki skirts and pants to the school uniform. Review samples have been sent.
The Lower Learning Center visited the Campbell Creek Science Center. The students were taught the key elements of glacier formation. For a hands-on activity, each student was given an ice cube to use as a glacier. The students then moved the "glacier," and watched as it formed lateral and terminal moraines. The students then cooked a glacier with chefs Ashlynn Burger and Jesse Puletau.
The day's activities included a nature walk and panning for gold. The staff and students would like to thank Mrs. Foust, Mr. Ruffridge and Mrs. Pettey for driving and being chaperones.
The Lower Learning Center students currently are studying South America. All students are to pick a South American country and prepare a presentation. The presentations are due Nov. 3.
Physical relief maps of North America were completed and now are on display in the upstairs hall.
The volleyball team will have a home game against World Harvest Christian School at noon Saturday.
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