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This week's Problem of the Week winner for fifth grade was Madeline Kenerly.
The following fifth-graders are flag bearers for the month of October: Alanah Lux, William Hallock and Bryce Jones.
Fifth-grade students have been learning Latin from Riverbend High School Latin students as part of the Ursus Outreach Program.
The Chancellor Mile Race was held on Oct. 20 and the following students won first place in their age groups:
Kendal Chang, 6 and under girls
Camille Trotta, 7-year-old girls
Jordan Durocher, 8-year-old girls
Anna Jockin, 9-year-old girls
Austin McNichols, 10-year-old girls
Kiersten Chang, 11-year-old girls.
Eli Irving, 6 and under boys
Jacob Wright, 7-year-old boys
Kaden Cortez, 8-year-old boys
Evan Maliszewski, 9-year-old boys
Daniel Weber, 10-year-old boys.
The school recently hosted Kalli Dakos, an award-winning author and poet. She inspired the students to read and write poetry; but most of all, to have fun with poetry. She used a variety of props to illustrate her poems and get students and staff involved in the assembly. She even had Principal Sherri Steele kissing a pig.
The following students have the honor of being safety patrols for the months of August, September and October: Jacob Baker, Tanner Cook, Tyler Cook, Alicia Hall, Chelsea Hardin, Harry Knicely, Savannah Marcum, Summer Morris, Dylan Powers, Jeremy Rocheleau, Lane Rose, Jaycee Schatz, Sara Starkell, Johnny Tyler, Cole Waddy, Anthony Wheeler, Colton Williams and Nick Conley.
Flag bearers are Ashton Ennis, Taylor Gray, Autumn Holmes and Jacob Romero.
Studio 97 morning broadcasters are Skylar Jackman, Evan Newberry, Wyatt Schooley and Emily Simmons.
Safety patrol monitors are Natalie Buchanan, Mitchell Hanna, Jesenia Heniquez, Skylar Jackson, Karley Jarvis, Zachary Miller, Evan Newberry, Emily Simmons and Billy Virganio. Principal's Class of the Week is Diane Smart's third-grade class.
Robert E. Lee Elementary
Students of the week are Macie Koo, Brian Hence, Callie Peek, Malik Jackson, Jack DiFilippo and Heather Cushing.
The following students will have artwork displayed in the School Board Office Building for the month of November: Deronne Davis, Caroline Searcy, Ryan Trask, Samantha Potts, Monica Argueta, Grace Carryer, Alana Seymour, McKenna Mauro, Riley Johnson, Ethan Larson, Justine Bentley, Aislynn Epling-Lambert, Blake Fairbanks, Abby Teague, Kendra Hull, McKenna Harris, Gary Lastes, Andrew Miller, Jocelyn Rivera, Chase Cota, Janae Rose, Brandon Ansara, Trevin Zerull, Lauren Higgins and Mary Beth Roop.
Christy Denham, third-grade teacher, and Noah Hoffman and Michelle James, fifth-grade teachers, took their classes to Ni River to do hands-on activities with the eighth-graders in the STEM lab.
Students and staff collected 8,095 box tops. Sixth-graders won the competition and will be rewarded with one week of free seating during lunch. Home rooms that collected the highest totals of box tops were:
Sixth grade--Amanda Minter
Seventh grade--Deborah McMullan
Eighth grade--Jodi Wells