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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
A couple pictures from Mr. Walker's 7th grade Kansas History class. He dressed in character to introduce the chapter on cowboys and cow towns.
The Earth Balloon, sponsored by the Clay County Conservation District, presented at Tescott Schools on November 28th.
Pictured are Robert Miller Jerimiah Van Doren, Warren McDougal, and Ray Swearingen of the Twin Valley, USD 240 Board of Education. These four BOE members, along Juanita Morris (not pictured) have been honored by the Kansas Association of School Boards for participating in training programs. The above-mentioned school board members have received certificates for acquiring at least 25 Leadership Academy points. The KASB . . .
As part of the 6th grade writing program, the Bennington 6th Graders wrote speeches and performed them in front of the BGS 4th and 5th graders. Students were asked to watch two examples of speeches on youtube and take notes from class on how to write a speech. Students then planned their speech, wrote a rough copy, performed it in front a peer in which the peer offered helpful hints, and finally wrote their final draft. . . .
Tescott 7th grade - growing avocado plants - Students had to cut the plant back to 7 inches so that it could become stronger and healthier.
THS Boys Basketball Team Front Row...(L) to (R) Tommy Wenthe Cameron Kurtz Zach Perry Back Row...(L) to (R) Evan Romanowski James Flaherty Joe Sanchez Remington Peterson Cody Flax Danny Torres Tyray White Logan Srna Casey Brown Tyler Andrews
Thank You to all Veterans on "Veteran's Day" - We salute you for your service to this great nation...These letters were written by our 5th graders and are on display at BGS. Thank you for all that you have done for us!!!
The 5th grade had several military veterans visit their classroom this morning. Mr. Lott, Mr. Elliott, and Mr. Henderson shared their experiences of serving our country. It was a great opportunity for our students to learn more about the sacrifices made by our military past and present.
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