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SPOTSY SCHOOL NOTES
School News

Date published: 10/15/2012

SPOTSYLVANIA SCHOOLS

Battlefield Elementary

The following fifth-graders are safety patrols for the month of October: Matthew Butchers, Sophia Scott, Thomas Newman, Elijah Campbell, Chase Rose, Becca Rudder, Rebecca Clutts, Colin Leach, Adrain Williams and Brianna Jackson.

--Sandra Decatur

Berkeley Elementary

The following students were chosen as Top Beavers for the week: Kayden Snead, Lexi Morkovsky, Anthony Carter, Leksi Carpenter, Landon Frantz, Faith Andrews, Nicolas Vazquez, Trinity Beckley, Catarina Tracy, Austin Heywood, Lauren Keesecker, Michalah DeVaux, Breana Donnell, Mikey Fleming, Maycen Heflin and Tommy Burruss.

--Anthony Bramlett

Riverview Elementary

Flag Bearers are Chris Colwell, Kaden Schickel, Riley VanReenen and Haylee White.

Studio 97 Morning Broadcasters are Ethan Gallihugh, Memphis Hutsell, Rachel Sledd and Michael Vanvoorhis.

Safety Patrol Monitors are Claire Blizzard, Elizabeth Doyle, Jeavani Guadamuz, Brittany Lamb, Rachel Sledd, Paige Sullivan and Julianne White.

Principal's Class of the Week is Rebecca Kelley's fourth-grade class.

--Lisa Edson

Robert E. Lee Elementary

Students of the Week are Perry Ellis, Heaven Kinney, Annalise Bourgeois, Ariel Goodrich, Julian Perez-Solis and Natalie Polanosky.

--Linda Wersching

Battlefield Middle

Students were recently offered a unique opportunity to improve their business acumen. Applicants to the Business Club were encouraged to write an essay about what they wanted to learn about in the business world, and responses included information about the stock market, how to take an idea and create a company, and how to manage a family restaurant. The students chosen for the club are Tatiana Andrade, Sydney Bergemann, Samantha Cobb, Ethan Critz, Chandler Fanning, Josef Jazviv, Joanna Melita, and Katherine Sullivan. The club will be led by Dan Kneip, sixth-grade science teacher and former adjunct professor of business at Germanna Community College.

--Vicki Ullrich

Ni River Middle

Grant Manninen, Andrew Letellier and Durham Chase have been selected to properly display the flags at Ni River each morning and afternoon.

--Barbara McWhirt