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    Beaver Student's of the Month for March and April

    posted Apr 8, 2014, 8:46 AM by Henderson County BOE

    Beaver March Student of the Month

     

    Back Row:  Avain Pritchard, Dakota barker, Zach bingham, Alexia Boales, Brianna Milholen, Alexis Hayes, Ashley Staten.

    Front Row: Mackenzie Wallace, Alex Wood,  Graydon Hall, Avery Wilson, Brianna Bailey, Jacob McPeake, Corwin Dodson.

    Not Pictured: Grace Parker and Christopher Sego.


    Beaver April Student of the Month

    Back Row: Teneisha Taylor, Jagger Arnold, Devonta Hart, Brandon Pendergrass, Altantis Davis, Carrie Rush, Briana Clark, Ebba Douglas.

    Third Row: Carter Jowers, Alexis Grissom, Zane Johns, Ethan Oyer, Jake Beaty, Joselyn Pierce, Josh Conway, HunterRose Haggerty, Jurni Montague, Ashton Montague, Jaylen Williams.

    Second Row:  Jacob Robbins, Dallas Evans, Jordan Wirt, Massey mann, dallas Jameson, Paisley douglas, Trinity Wilson, Cora Muston, Aniyah Dolberry.

    First Row:  Kristian Peterson, Noah Rush, Cole Sherwood, Tracee Talley, Robert Umstead, Addison Nowell, Kody Coleman, Elizabeth Mowell.

    South Haven Students of the Month

    posted Apr 1, 2014, 8:17 AM by Henderson County BOE

    Back Row (Left to Right)  Maranda Jones, Chloe Williams, Dalton Bailey, John Hicks, Colton Pollock, Ethan Hall, Sam Umstead

    Middle Row - Daniel Henderson, Matthew Williams, Emma Stone, Aubrey Holmes, Brady Beecham, Tori Crownover, Cortnie Hicks

    Front Row - Selena Adkison, Levi Wilkinson, Noah Sigler

    Westover Elementary Celebrates Dr. Seuss's Birthday

    posted Mar 11, 2014, 6:52 AM by Henderson County BOE   [ updated Mar 11, 2014, 6:54 AM ]

    Westover celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America on Friday, February 28. We started off by reading around 8:00, and teachers all over the building had all kinds of activities in their rooms!

    We appreciate so much our guests were reading:

    Mr. Ricky Montgomery, an investigator from the police department, read Each Kindness to
    Mrs. Reeves and Mrs. Brown’s rooms.





    Mrs. Courtnie Smith, our instructional technology coordinator, read Hooray for Diffendoofer
    Day
    to Mrs. Maness’s room. 





    Mr. Steven Little, a sheriff’s deputy, read The Cat in the Hat to Mrs. Wilkinson’s class. These students created their own very creative hats of all varieties, which they wore proudly.





    Mrs. Judy Sanders, our federal programs director, read as she always does, The Lorax to
    Mrs. Hayes’s room. She also gave our school library two more Dr. Seuss books and a stuffed Cat in the Hat!





    Mrs. Barbara Pusser, an always supportive grandmother, brought green eggs to Mrs. Wulfert’s class and read Green Eggs and Ham and The Cat in the Hat. She also delivered
    eggs to other classes!





    Mr. Robbie McCready, from the police department and the military, read The Butter Battle and talked about making good choices to Mrs. Frey and Mrs. Eads’s rooms, choices.  The students then had a butter battle with bread and butter.






    Mr. Jonathan Flakes, a federal agent and one of our fomer students, read Oh, the Places
    You Will Go
    to Mrs. Goff’s room.Later they did an activity making a picture with arrows and going places. 

    Mrs. Brandi Shelton and her daughter Penelope came and read The Eye Book to Mrs. Crownover’s class, then they read Green Eggs and Ham and then enjoyed eating green eggs out of green pudding and a vanilla wafer. After reading Oh, the Places You'll Go, they wrote about what they want to do when they grow up.




    Mr. McBryde, our evaluations and textbook supervisor, read I’m Not Going to Get Up
    Today
    to Mrs. Douglas’s room. The class made hats and bowties and proudly
    wore them all day. 




    We had many different activities being enjoyed all day and these are some:

    Mrs. Fesmire read One Fish Two Fish to her class and they enjoyed blue jello with red
    fish, painted their faces and read The Cat in the Hat. They also made book covers such as “Mrs. Megan in the Hat.”

    Mrs. Sadler, read Green Eggs and Ham to her preschoolers. Mrs. Barker visited while
    they cooked real green eggs and ham. They will be reading Dr. Seuss books all
    next week, too.

    Mr. Rhodes, one of our PE teachers, let the Cat in the Hat lead the line to the gym and played Cat in the Hat put out.

    Mrs. Frizzell’s class had such a fun time celebrating Dr. Seuss.  They made Dr. Seuss hats first, then Mrs. Frizzell read Green Eggs and Ham with the children's help.  Next they played pin the green egg on the plate of ham with lots of laughter and fun.  Mrs. Barbara Pusser stopped by and gave out Cadbury eggs with cremes gone green.  After lunch, they enjoyed cookies with green icing for dessert.  They love Dr.  Seuss!!!

    Mrs. Wallace and her student teacher, Mrs. Taylar Caldwell, set up a table with all kinds of good treats: cheese trees, Yertle turtles, green eggs, ham, cupcakes, and goose juice. They read Oh the Places You Will Go and did an activity writing on a balloon about where they will go.

    Our Westover staff helped out, too, by reading to classes: Mrs. Missy, our nurse, read Horton Hatches an Egg to Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. Simpson’s room, and Mr. Blake
    Burke, one of our assistants, read Fox in Socks to Mrs. Debbie’s class.

    We had a great day!! Lots of creativity!


    Beaver Elementary Student's of the Month

    posted Mar 11, 2014, 6:10 AM by Henderson County BOE


    Back Row Left to Right: Colbi Peterson, Josie Keel, Dillon Green, Braden Morissey, Kyla Taylor, Alexis bailey, Makinley Bingham, Drew Wood.

    Third Row: Robin Bright, Timothy Gooch, Brennon Arnold, Trinces Hart, Brennon Woods, Nicholus Henley, Candace butler, Charity Marley, Molly Stout.

    Second Row: Kinley Melton, Kailyn Melton, Ashontai Johnson, Trey Walker, Bryan Green, Allison Sego.

    First Row: Alexis Grissom, Luke Keymon, Elizabeth Fullington, James Keymon, Katee Scates.


    Beaver Elementary School News

    posted Mar 11, 2014, 6:09 AM by Henderson County BOE

    Due to last week’s inclement weather, we will be taking our Thinklink tests this week.  Please make sure that your child is getting plenty of rest each night this week.  Encourage them to do their very best on these tests each day.

    The school wide candy sale ended today.  Please make sure that your child has turned in their order forms to their teachers.

    It is time to register your children for Preschool and Kindergarten.  Beaver will be holding its registration for these two groups on Thursday, March 13th from 3:00 pm – 6:00pm in the school library.  Parents, you will need to bring the following items with you to complete the registration: Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, current shot record and physical forms from the Health Department or your child’s physician.  You will also need to bring two current bills to establish proof of residence to show that you live in the Beaver school district.

    Tiger Time for our eighth grade parents and students has been changed to Tuesday, March 11th.  Lexington High School will be hosting Tiger Time, formerly known as Eighth Grade Celebration at 6:30 pm on March 11, 2014.  This will be a time for our eighth graders to visit LHS and learn about all the clubs and extracurricular activities that they can be a part of at LHS.  This also will help them to feel more at ease on the first day of school next year.  Please set aside time for your student to attend this event.

    The Junior Honor Club will be hosting a Womanless Beauty Revue and information has been sent home.  Please return the form to Mrs. Shanda or Mrs. Tamie if you’re Fifth through Eighth grade boys from Beaver want to participate.  There will also be a category for High School and Adult Men to participate as well.  All registration forms must be turned in by Monday, March 10th to participate. If an adult or high school student wants to enter, please send a note with your child and a form will be sent home.  The admission cost for the Womanless Beauty Revue on March 14th is $3.00 and the revue will begin at 6:30.

     

    Upcoming dates:   Countdown to Kindergarten                      March 18th

                                      County Spelling Bee                                     March 19

                                      Student of the Month Celebration              March 20th at 2 p.m.

                                      Spring Break                                                      March 24-2

    Have a great week!                  

    Beaver Elementary Students Celebrate Read Across America Week

    posted Feb 28, 2014, 9:11 AM by Henderson County BOE   [ updated Feb 28, 2014, 11:53 AM ]


    The students pictured are in Mrs. Crystal McCarley's Kindergarten Class at Beaver Elementary.  They are dressed as their favorite book character.  Pictured left to right are:Caleb Johns, Paislee Douglas, Miranda Maness, Logan Blankenship, Emma Clark, and Neavah Weathers.


    Fifth graders Nicholas Henley and Carlee Douglas are dressed as The Cat in the Hat, and Nancy Drew.






    Third graders Zane Johns and Kylie Thompson are dressed as Captain Underpants and one of the witches from The Wizard of Oz.









    Mrs. Lawanda Staten's Kindergarten Class read If You Give a Moose a Muffin by Laura Numeroff to celebrate Read Across America.  They made moose antler hats and their own muffins.





    Mrs. Lauren Harrington's Class won the Door Decorating Contest for Pre-K through Third grade.  Mrs. Kelly Eliff's Third Grade won Honorable Mention in their grade category.








    Mrs. Tonya Gilbert and her student teacher teamed up to win the Door Decorating Contest on the Fourth through Eighth Grade Hall.  Mrs. AJ Hall's class won Honorable Mention in their grade category.











    Mrs.Grace would like to thank Fifth grade student, Carlee Douglas for make the lion to go on the library door for our Read Across America Door.  It would seem that Carlee's talent is taking after her mother who is the art teacher at LHS.  Great work Carlee!

    Beaver School News

    posted Feb 28, 2014, 8:04 AM by Henderson County BOE

    It is time to register your children for Preschool and Kindergarten.  Beaver will be holding its registration for these two groups on Thursday, March 13th from 3:00 pm – 6:00pm in the school library.  Parents, you will need to bring the following items with you to complete the registration: Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, current shot record and physical forms from the Health Department or your child’s physician.  You will also need to bring two current bills to establish proof of residence to show that you live in the Beaver school district.

    Tiger Time for our eighth grade parents and students has been changed to Tuesday, March 11th.  Lexington High School will be hosting Tiger Time, formerly known as Eighth Grade Celebration at 6:30 pm on March 11, 2014.  This will be a time for our eighth graders to visit LHS and learn about all the clubs and extracurricular activities that they can be a part of at LHS.  This also will help them to feel more at ease on the first day of school next year.  Please set aside time for your student to attend this event.

    Our volleyball team played Southside last Tuesday night and they won three out of the four games that they played.  Way to go Hornets.  They had their last game of the season last Thursday night against Pin Oak and they won! Great job girls!  Thanks to all the coaches for the hard work with the girls and thank you to the fans for coming out and supporting the hard working athletes.

    Our Junior Honor Club World’s Finest Chocolate Bars fundraiser came to a close Friday, February 21st.  Students need to bring in their money for the candy.   The club will also be hosting a Womanless Beauty Revue and information has been sent home.  Please return the form to Mrs. Shanda or Mrs. Tamie if you’re Fifth through Eighth grade boys from Beaver want to participate.  There will also be a category for High School and Adult Men to participate as well.  All registration forms must be turned in by Monday, March 10th to participate. If an adult or high school student wants to enter, please send a note with your child and a form will be sent home.  The admission cost for the Womanless Beauty Revue on March 14th is $3.00 and the revue will begin at 6:30.

    Our K-5th Grade Basketball program began on February 21st.  The last game for this year is this Friday night, March 7th.  Games times are as follows: PreK and K 5 p.m., 1st and 2nd grade – 5:30p.m., 3rd and 4th grade team – 6:00p.m., 4th grade – 6:30 p.m., and 5th grade – 7:00p.m.  We’ve enjoyed some fun games with this program for our younger students.  Thank you to everyone who helped to make the program a success for our students.

    Beaver’s Read Across America Celebration took place last week.  Our students and faculty enjoyed a fun week of activities to celebrate the importance of reading.  We hope that you will enjoy the pictures that we’ve included with this week’s article.

     

    Upcoming dates:   Thinklink Testing                                             March 3rd-7th

                                      Well Child Physicals                                        March 6th

                                          School wide Candy Sale Ends                                     March 12th

                                       Preschool & Kindergarten Registration     March 13th

                                       Spring Break                                                           March 24-28                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

         

    Have a great week!                  

    South Haven School News

    posted Feb 25, 2014, 9:21 AM by Henderson County BOE

    We would like to congratulate our school Spelling Bee winners: Jesse Williams – 1st place, Brenna Gibson – 2nd place, and Cloie Joyner – 3rd place.  We would also like to congratulate our 7th & 8th grade Language Arts teacher, Ms. Guard.  She was named the WBBJ TV Educator of the Week on Fri. Feb. 7th.


    We have several activities on the calendar this week.  The Athletic Banquet has been rescheduled for Feb. 27th at 6pm.   Also, we will a PTO basketball game on Feb. 28th Our South Haven Jr. Beta students are looking forward to attending the Jr. Beta Convention in Nashville on March 3-4th.  In addition, students in grades 3-8 are working hard to prepare for Think Link testing the week of March 3-7th. 

     

    Beaver News 2-26-14

    posted Feb 25, 2014, 9:07 AM by Henderson County BOE

    Our eighth grade parents and students will want to mark their calendars for Tuesday, March 6th.  Lexington High School will be hosting Tiger Time, formerly known as Eighth Grade Celebration at 6:30 pm on March 6, 2014.  This will be a time for our eighth graders to visit LHS and learn about all the clubs and extracurricular activities that they can be a part of at LHS.  This also will help them to feel more at ease on the first day of school next year.  Please set aside time for your student to attend this event.

    Our Junior Honor Club World’s Finest Chocolate Bars fundraiser came to a close Friday, February 21st.  Students need to bring in their money for the candy.   The club will also be hosting a Womanless Beauty Revue sometime in mid-March.  Please be watching for information to come home.

    Our K-5th Grade Basketball program began on February 21st.  The  next dates for the games are February 28th, March 3rd and 7th.  Games times are as follows: PreK and K 5 p.m., 1st and 2nd grade – 5:30p.m., 3rd and 4th grade team – 6:00p.m., 4th grade – 6:30 p.m., and 5th grade – 7:00p.m.  We are looking forward to enjoying some fun games with this program for our younger students.

    Our Beaver Volleyball team played in a tournament last Saturday at South Haven and we placed 4th in the tournament.   Our next game will be against Pin Oak on February 27th at Beaver.  The game will begin at 5:30 p.m.    We hope that you will come out and support our Beaver Hornets.

    Beaver’s Read Across America Celebration will take place February 24th-28th.  We would like to encourage our students to participate each day in our celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday.

     

    Wednesday, February 26th       Crazy Hat Day in Celebration of Dr. Seuss’s book The 500 Hats , of

                                                                         Bartholmew Cubbins ,students will wear their craziest hat.

                                                           D.E.A.R Time from 2:00-2:30 pm

     

    Thursday, February 27th            Wear Red and White Day in Celebration of Dr. Seuss’s Book The Cat in the

                                                                            Hat, students will wear red and white.

                                                            D.E.A.R. Time from 2:00-2:30 pm

     

    Friday, February 28th                 Come As Your Favorite Book Character in Celebration of Dr. Seuss’s

                                                                     birthday.

                                                          Green Eggs and Ham for Breakfast

                                                          D.E.A.R. Time from 2:00-2:30 pm

                                                          Door Decorating Contest Judging

     

    Upcoming dates:  Student of the Month Ice Cream Party February 27th

                                      School wide Candy Sale                             February 26th

                                      Thinklink Testing                                        March 3rd-7th

                                      Well Child Physicals                                   March 6th

     

    Have a great week!                  

    Bargerton Volleyball Celebrates 1st Victory

    posted Feb 11, 2014, 10:40 AM by Henderson County BOE

    Bargerton Lady Rebel Volleyball squad celebrates the first victory of the season over Westover Lady Bears.

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