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BROWN ELEMENTARY PTO ROCKS
The Pre-K students at Brown Elementary received a brand new classroom rug and nap mats from the Brown PTO! The students were thrilled and excited upon entering the classroom and discovering the new items and wanted to have their picture made sitting on the new rug and saying “I Love You” to the PTO in sign language.
All of them agree that BROWN PTO ROCKS!!!
NEW MEMBERS INDUCTED INTO HOLLOWAY SIXTH GRADE CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL ELEMENTARY HONOR SOCIETY
On February 7th, Holloway Sixth Grade inducted 44 students into the Holloway Chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society. These students had to have a 90+ semester average in each of the 5 core subjects. They also had to have a citizenship grade of S or above. The event was hosted by NEHS co-advisors Melanie Causey and Laurie Guthrie as well as the other members of the NEHS Advisory Board (Kate Iglesias, Sharyn Womble, Nancy Kirkpatrick and Michele Cole). The highlight of the evening was the three distinguished speakers from the Whitehouse High School National Honor Society. Samantha Anderson, Anna Hayden and James Ray spoke to the new Holloway NEHS members about the honor of being inducted into an honor society and the great responsibilities that come with being a member.
BROWN ELEMENTARY 5TH GRADERS STUDY CONSTITUTION
We the People came alive to Brown Elementary's 5th graders. After studying the Constitution, Mrs. Nero's students wrote original plays about the events leading up to and the actual writing of the Constitution of the United States. By combining history with writing skills and the structure of plays, students experienced how all these subjects come together. Making the stage, props and even a few costumes ignited their creativity. Their performances were wonderful, and together, they all proudly recited the Preamble to the Constitution.
Available Title and Idea-B Special Education Services
Services through the federal Title and IDEA-B special education programs may be available for eligible students attending public or private non-profit schools.
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