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Thanksgiving: No School November 21 - 23, 2018 Parker-Bennett-Curry Elementary

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Celebrating Veterans' Day with Ret. Army Captain David Lacey David Lacey and Mr. Jackson

PBC welcome Retired Army Captain David Lacey in observance of Veterans' Day.  Mr. Lacey served in the U.S. Army from 1990-99 on active duty in Berlin, Germany, Georgia, and Louisiana.  He continued serving in the reserves from 1999-2002.  Originally from Louisville, Lacey has lived in Bowling Green for nine years.  He joined the military to serve and protect his country.  He said it was one of the best things he has ever done and that service has "shaped me to become the man I am and the man I hope to become."  His dedication to service has inspired his eldest son who is a West Point cadet.  We thank Mr. Lacey for his service to our country and for his visit to PBC.

Students Recognized for Showing Empathy November empathy

Each month classroom teacher recognize students who have shown empathy to their classmates and teachers by going that extra mile to help someone, welcome a new student, or provide reassurance.  Congratulations to the students who lead by example.

October Ambassadors Recognized October Ambassadors

Congratulations go out to the October Ambassadors of the Month:  Kerickson, Melody, JaTaya W., Kayla H., Elisa M., Abdiwasa, Bella, Holleigh, Faith, Ashly, Eliel, Dah Gay, Nasra, No Reh, Jefferson, Thaw, Andres, and Cindy.  Each ambassador received an individualized tribute, a certificate, and the group enjoyed a pizza party.

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