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Cafe Libro Invites Guests to Taste New Books book tasting 1

Cafe Libro, othernwise known as the PBC Library, invited guests in for a Book Tasting during Family Literacy Night.  Students' families could sample new books recently purchased with a grant from the Laura Bush Library Foundation.  Participants also recived a menu with great book recommendations.  Ms. Eason, the librarian, also demonstrated how to access the electronic books from the library's catalog, which are available 24/7. Students and parents found many delicious books to enjoy.

September Students-of-the-Month Recognized September Students-of-the-Month

PBC recognized its September Students-of-the-Month at Friday morning's assembly on September 30.  Congratulations to these students who internalize and exhibit the WORLD expectations every day:  Melanie G., Jace D., Aisha H., Ali G., Dani P., Jerry A., NaMontrae M., Neariah W., Jazmeir G., Kelsy H., Jacob F., Irene P., Daylan B., Angelica M., Jurnee B., Adin A., Kor W., Wiliam H., Nevaeh S., Daniel H., Blessing K., Tony P., DeMarcus E., Noa B., Deandre B., Liliana W., Bryan V., Jacy H., Liz O., Jullimar R., Jaylen S., Lulu H., and Alex M.

Officer Amos Teaches Second Graders about Police Officers

PBC welcomed Officer Michael Amos to school on September 22 to teach second graders about what police officers do in our community.  Officer Mike works in our community and likes to get to know everyone.  Everyone he works with is a partner to him helping him to keep our community safe.   Students learned about being safe, but if they need help, he explained to the students about using 9-1-1 in case of emergency and how he and other first responders will come and help them.  He told them that he wanted to be a police officer since he was their age and and they can grow up to be police officers too.  We're so glad Officer Mike came to PBC!

Going for the Gold Contest Winners Announced

During the month of August, librarian Laura Eason challenged students to read as many books as they could.  The top three readers in each grade level would receive either a gold, silver, or bronze medal.  Congratulations to Glenna (gold), TyDreonna (gold), Alan (silver), Raheem (bronze), Rebecca (gold), Tanner (silver), TreTavion (bronze), Julian (gold), Dardah (silver), Daylan (bronze), Jarvis (gold), Jayden A. (silver), J'Kayla (bronze), Baylee (gold), Alayjah (silver), and Khloe (bronze).  Keep reading!

August Students-of-the-Month Recognized

Students-of-the-Month for August were recognized and celebrated at morning assembly on Friday, September 2.  The students, who were chosen by their teachers, exemplify the best of students who work hard every day.  Congratulations to Baylee, Adonay, Mena, Alayjah, John, Khloe, Micaela, Kingston, Jarvis, Haley, Destiny, Fahed, Ahmira, Jacob, Tiery, Dardah, Khiden, Amina, Amayah, Christian, Batool, Alan, DaQuarius, Kasandra, Gabe, Paw, Sanela, Kajarius, and ToNy.  They will be treated to a pizza party in recognition of their achievement.

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