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Satterfield Sisters Win Internet Safety Contest

PBC students Rihanna and JaTaya Satterfield won the districts's Digital Citizenship Video Contest with their Internet Safety Video.  The sisters wrote their own script for the two-minute video that shows how to be smart on-line.  Check out the video in the video gallery.  For being the winner in the elementary division, the girls won a Chromebook for the school.

October Students-of-the-Month Recognized

Congratulations to these students who were recognized as the October Students-of-the Month for the way in which they exemplify the WORLD expectations:  Adrian R., Rihanna S., Cayden D., Amina H., MaThea S., Aniya P., Warsan M., Noah B., Suyapa M., Jacob F., Mulki M. Javier L., Heyleen C., Adolph N., Jocelyn T., Dakota P., Destiny P., Tre'Tavion B., John T. G., Eh S., Madelyn A., Jayden S., Bertram K., Lumran J., Marie K., Brayden R., Tamia W., Lloyd H., Meh'Yonna C., and Britney L.  Not every student was present for the picture, so please see the photo gallery for an additional picture.

Fourth Graders Explore Trammel Creek

Fourth grade students took a field trip to Trammel Creek to explore the watershed and learn first hand about water quality.  Trammel Creek is part of the General Motors Global Rivers Environmental Education network allowing GM engineers and scientists to teach young students about a watershed.  Students learned first hand how various factors impact water quality and what causes pollution.  They went into the water to learn about the creatures and organisms that live in the water.  They were able to test the water for the Ph balance and determine the speed of the water.  This first hand experience shows the students that what they learn in the classroom has an impact in the real world.

Yearbook Sales

The PBC 2015-16 yearbook is available via prepaid orders now through April 1, 2016.  If you want one, you can return the order form that students took home with a check made out to Parker Bennett Curry, or you can order online.  The yearbook will be in color with a soft cover.  The cost is $12.

School Computer Lab Hours Extended

School computer labs are open afternoons and evenings for Bowling Green students wishing to complete school work or projects. Students may visit any school lab (not only their home school) and log in using a student username and password. The District's Acceptable Use Policy applies. Primary students must be accompanied by an adult.

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