Shannon Elementary's Character word for this month is Caring. Several students at the school demonstrated the meaning of this word by making Valentine's cards for the children at St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. Pictured from Left to Right: Lane Kelly (nurse), Addison Patton, Anna Camp, Nealy Williams, Andrew Hallmark, Alandria Kennedy, Seth Stephen, Cody Sisk, Jake Lauderdale, and Kristi Loague (counselor).
The 2011-12 NCLB Report Cards are available for the State, District, and your child's school. You can view the State and District Report Cards on the district's website. Your child's school's Report Card will be available on the school's website. If you wish to have a hard copy of the District and/or School Report Card, you may pick one up at the front office of your child's school.
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Michael Dodson from the MUW Science Department speaks to Holly Martin's fifth grade science class about different types of rocks.
Janet Roberson from the MUW Science Department speaks to Holly Martin's fifth grade science class about different types of rocks.
Mrs. Duckworth's class poses during Homecoming Week.