Tentative back to school date is Wednesday, March 20th
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    Speech State Qualifiers

    Congrats to Joseph Hiatt and Catalina Knox for for their performances at the C2-3 District Meet. Joseph brought home 1st place in Serious Prose, and Catalina brought home 3rd place in Poetry. This landed them both a spot at state in Kearney on March 22nd! Way to represent Boyd County!

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    Payleigh Qualifies for State Bowling

    Payleigh Sinclair participated in Special Olympics Bowling in Kearney. She had scores of 78, 101, and 69. She received a second place ribbon, which qualifies her to bowl at state the end of March. Great job Payleigh!

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    Kindergarten Heart Hero

    For Valentine’s Day, the Kindergarten Class honored Eli Gillaspie as their “Heart Hero”. Eli was born with a congenital heart defect known as Tetraolgy of Fallot. He underwent open heart surgery at 8 months old. Eli will need one more surgery to put in a fake valve. His parents say, ” Eli is healthy, happy and loves life. He is our super heart warrior and blesses us every day!” You bless the Kindergarten Class and Boyd County Elementary School too! Happy Heart Hero to Eli!!

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    3rd Grade is Full of Static

    Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson’s 3rd graders had a lesson on static electricity. Enjoy some pictures of them as they discover static electricity. Click on the picture for a slideshow.

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    Thank You Parents!

    The Boyd County Parents of preschool age children have been very supportive of literacy throughout the years. This photograph shows the classroom items that have been recently purchased using Scholastic Book Club bonus points!

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    Media & Society Class Celebrates Black History Month

    One of the Media & Society classes used the month of February to do their part to celebrate Black History Month. They have been learning about African American music, poetry, literature, and the Civil Rights Movement. Below are the four girls, Kiersten, Caleigh, Ashley, and Lexie, that make up this class giving their presentations on African American music. They chose a genre they wanted to research, and gave the history of the music genre, and how it was influenced by African Americans. They also chose one performer of their specific type of music who played a large role in making that genre what it is today. Kiersten gave her presentation on Reggae music, featuring Bob Marley. Caleigh gave her presentation on Gospel music featuring Whitney Houston. Ashley gave her presentation on Rock & Roll music, featuring Little Richard. Lexie gave her presentation on Rap/Hip Hop featuring Snoop Dogg.

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