A BIG CONGRATULATIONS to our students pictured below for being chosen as September’s Students of the Month. Read on to see what some of our teachers had to say about these exceptional young people!
Preschool: Harper Dunlap and Logan Lowry
“I chose Harper because she is a good student who always does what she’s asked. She helps her friends, is a good listener, and a good leader.”
- Miss Ashley
Kindergarten: Abigail Atkins and Gabriel Davidson
First Grade: Gannon Abbott and Kynleigh Kolinski
“Gannon Abbott was chosen for his great positive character. He is always willing to help others. He is respectful towards his peers and adults. He always tries his best with classroom assignments.”
- Ms. Coffman
Second Graders: Victoria Birney and Alexis Forero
“I chose Alexis Forero for her eagerness to learn and outstanding behavior. She is always polite to everyone. She loves school, and she loves helping others! I feel so very lucky to have her in my classroom!”
Third Graders: Paige Maffitt and Aryanna Washington
Fourth Grade: Victoria Barcroft and Khloe Bates
“Victoria is a wonderful student. She is always happy to help her teachers and classmates. She works hard in class and is a great role model to her peers.”
- The 4th Grade Team
“Khloe’s dedication to her academic success is very evident in her work ethic. She gives her all in every assignment and truly wants to learn! She is a joy to have in class.”
- The 4th Grade Team
Fifth Grade: Caden Dennison and Aubrey Moss
“Caden is one of our hardest workers in fifth grade! He is always so eager to learn and participates in class consistently.”
- Miss Bethel
“Aubrie is always so kind and caring to people around here. She values her school work and learning new things!”
- Miss Bethel
Sixth Grade: Amelia Puskarich and Joseph Taylor
Group shot of September’s Students of the Month, Preschool through Grade 3
Group shot of September’s Students of the Month, Grades 4 through 6
This Week with Miss Dale
Students in Miss Dale’s class are learning about matter. As part of their study, they made a liquid rainbow.
Pictured above are Connor, Miss Dale, Abby, and Jaydin showing off their artwork representing the liquid rainbow.
Kicking It with Kindergarten
Kindergarten finger painted silhouettes with Ms. VanCamp in art.
This week in Miss Johnson’s Kindergarten class, students made “T is for Taco” booklets to go along with the letter of the week. Brian Gonzalez and Kenisha Bailey work hard on their handwriting skills, while Sara Wade shows off her completed project!
Fun in First
Mrs. Turner’s class has been working through a pumpkin unit. They read Spookley, made square pumpkins, described pumpkins with adjectives, explored seeds and planted them. Check out all the neat pictures taken during the unit below.
Mrs. Turner and student teacher, Aaron Foldi, also had a paint-n-sip with fall foliage and apple cider. The students enjoyed both greatly! Below are some pictures from that activity.
Soaring in Second
Pictured above is Chase Campbell. He was the first to complete Mrs. Gaffney’s fact master challenge in Mobymax! Way to go, Chase!
Here are Jayce McAfee, Landon Coffman, Wyatt Zeroski, Everli Sall and Ashlee Eikleberry who all earned 100% on their Unit 1 Vocabulary Test in Mrs. McAfee’s room.
Congratulations to Ashlee Eickleberry and Alyvia Bryant from Mrs. McAfee’s room who reached their AR goal of 25 points.
Thriving in Third
Third grade sadly bid farewell to Mrs. Carpenter’s student teacher, Mr. D with a pizza party and cake. Although he will be missed by 3rd grade, he will remain close by as he finishes his student teaching in the 5th grade. His future in teaching is very bright, and we wish him much success as he moves forward in his career.
Third grade Social Studies students paired up to sort cards correctly into the three branches of our federal government.
Fabulous in Fourth
After a long week of test prep and our first chapter test, 4th grade had some Mystery Science fun!
Pictured above, Jensen Harris shows off his stem project for the month of October.
Mrs. Doty and Mrs. Gaffney share some super 2nd grade students who are being recognized for their positive behaviors.
Pictured with Mrs. Doty are second graders Hunter Skeens, Tomi Edwards, and Callie Culbertson. Way to go, second grade!
Second grader Ava Pitner is pictured with Mrs. Gaffney. Great work, Ava!
Fourth grader, Colt Gamble, received a certificate this week for being Ready to Learn. Mrs. Agostini and the rest of us could not be more proud of you, Colt.
Fifth grader, Zoey Henry, is being recognized by Mrs. Barker for being responsible. Awesome job, Zoey!
Fifth graders, Austin Utter and Katlynn Summers are being recognized by Mrs. Barker for being standouts in the classroom! Keep it up, you two! You make HC Elementary proud!
Fifth grader, Morgan Fuller, is being recognized by Mrs. Pendelton for treating others with kindness. Great job, Morgan!
Congratulations to sixth grader, Noah Thaxton, for his outstanding citizenship and to sixth grader, Mikayla Pelegreen, for being a star student. Mrs. Pendelton thinks you two are awesome, and so do we!
Miss Tipton’s kindergarten and Miss Tipton’s second grade were given water bottles for each student along with the teacher. The Tupperware water bottles were donated by the following businesses: Mary Piatt – Tupperware, Piatt Trucking, Stull Excavating, The Eric Watt True Heart Foundation, and Mary Kay- Jami Heavilin. The students were so excited to receive this generous gift!
Other classes that received these water bottles are Mrs. Yeager- Kindergarten and Mrs. McAfee- 2nd grade.
Virtual training held for Elementary teachers pertaining to a new math curriculum!
Tuesday, October 13
• School Bus Safety Week
• Third Grade Fall Testing
Friday, October 23
• 1st 9-weeks ends
• Red Ribbon Week
Friday, October 30
• 1st 9-weeks report cards available