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The following students were recognized for being diligent workers the first nine weeks:
Third grade--Eyad Sleem, Ella Newman, Kelsie Wintersgill, Angel Gonzalez-Vasques, Jair Halaby-Camacho, Alyssa Heron, Andrew Sandy, Danyul Belton, Rebecca Lloyd, Caitlyn Bergemann
Fourth grade--Cesar Jimenez, Kaitlynn Bourne, Jesus Samayoa Donado. Leah Ellis, Kyle Moss, Kevin Myer, Ariek Boxley
Fifth grade--Matthew Minter, Kayla Fobbs, Kalee Reinhart, Elijah Campbell, Ashley Mata-Medrano, Chase Rose, Jordan Allende, Brianna Jackson, Jennifer Torres, Sophia Scott.
Chase Rose was the Fifth-grade Math Problem Solver of the Week.
Flag Bearers are J.T. Blake, Allana Johnston, Skylar Stahl and Talyor Roberson.
Studio 97 Morning Broadcasters are Allison Berry, Scott Daley, Brittany Lamb and Zack Miller.
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 Meadow Davis' third-grade class.
Robert E. Lee Elementary
Student of the week for last week are Gabriel Dickey, Katherine Stroh, Ciara Gentry, Ryan Stroh, Megan Johnson and Willow Stroh.
Student of the week for this week are Christopher Hill, Anyia Barney, Dalen Ainsworth, John Matthews, Kaitlyn Bowling and Iyana Lewis.
The following students auditioned for and were selected for All County Band:
Flute--Paige Martin, Courtney Wolfgang
Clarinet--Kaylen Knott, Rachel Talmadge, Ariana Waldron; first alternate Cameron Allred
Alto Sax--Jenai Scrum, Jacob Thompson
Bass clarinet--Malynda Nagel
Trumpet--Rachel Peugh, Tim Quann
Trombone--Joel Marshall, Andrew Ringle
Tuba--Keith Cooley, Brandon Haynes.
Ni River Middle
Ni River Middle School sponsored a variety of activities for Red Ribbon Week to promote being drug free. The student selected logo was "Drugs Even Scare Monsters." The student council sponsored a "monster building contest" using recycled materials. Erin Clark's eighth-grade SOAR class won this contest. An individual poster contest with the same theme was held school-wide. Katie Scarbeck won first prize and received a $25 gift card to Target. The two runners-up were Cole Labossiere and Alyssa Batt.
Post Oak Middle
Students from the seven middle schools in Spotsylvania recently auditioned to earn a chair in the All-County Band. The following students auditioned and will be performing in the Spotsylvania All-County Band Concert at Spotsylvania Middle School:
Hailey Amick--alto saxophone
Collin Rogers, trumpet; and Sarah Cuba, clarinet, are second chair alternates.