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165 Webb Drive   Bowling Green, KY 42101    Phone: 270-746-2270

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December Students-of-the-Month Recognized

The December students-of-the-Month were recognized at morning assembly on Friday, December 19.  They are Loida Villablobos, Jason Hernandez, McKenzie Green, Jayla Weatherly, Shanice Way, Mariela Canizales, Vicler Chuvac-Padilla, Juan Chicas, Alex Lovos, Shawn Gardner, Arionna Holmes, Sanderson Padilla Chuvac, Geonnia Johnson, Alma Lopez-Hernandez, Ra-Maun North, Erika Escobar, Bella Holsapple, Heyleen Catellon-Parada, Amilli Owens, Rylee Lovos, Joshua Platas, Mayan Muhamed, and Illidan Martin.  Congratulations to these students.

Lucky PBC Students Win Bicycles

Twelve lucky PBC students won a bicycle at the conclusion of the holiday program on Thursday, December 18.  Two bicycles were given away for each grade level:  one for a boy and one for a girl.  This would not be possible with the generosity of these sponors:  Evening Star Chapter 126OES, Burnam and Son Mortuary, Eleventh Street Baptist Church, J.C.Kirby Funeral Chapel, Little Zion Baptist Church, Ancient Landmark Lodge #28, Pat Bryant, Seventh Street Baptist Church, Kenetha and Marvin Bryant, and Lois Cosby.  Hughes and Coleman donated the bicycle helmets.  Check out the photo gallery for the happy winners

Christmas Program Brings Holiday Cheer

On Thursday, December 18, PBC students presented a musical program, "Celebrations."  The choir began the program by signing the national anthem, and they were followed by the fifth grade strings musicians directed by Mr. O'Rorke.  Next on the program were each of the grades singing three holiday songs as led by music teacher Kelley Wiggins.  The wonderful music was followed by a drawing for new bicycles.  Please visit our photo gallery for pictures of the holiday celebration.

Poppy Visits PBC

Poppy and Flora Templeton Stuart visited PBC bringing with them a donation of backpacks for the students.  Students were very excited to see Poppy and have their picture taken with him.  Hugs, smiles, and high fives were exchanged many times over during morning assembly.

Author and Illustrator Visit PBC

Illustrator Mark Wayne Adams brought his illustrations to life in front of PBC students on November 20.  Adams not only demonstrated his drawing techniques for students, but told them how he got started drawing at a young age.  With his drawings, he learned he had the power to inspire people.  He shared one of the books he illustrated, Jilli, That's Silly!, with the students and introduced the author, Christa Carpenter, who was also at PBC.  Adams answered as many of the students' questions as he could.  Several students were rewarded with books and drawings.

November Students-of-the-Month Recognized

The November Students-of-the-Month were recognized at morning assembly on Friday, November 21.  They are:  JaTaya Satterfield, DeAndre Wilson, Niyosenga Noni, McKenzie Green, Sabrina Buret, Raheem Deen, Betania Gomez, Rosa Juan, Ashley Guzman, Antony Guillian, Julian Wright, Ahadi Ebalo, Kasandra Sualic, Stephanie Hernandez, Cindy Baltazar, Delian Canizales, Russell Gover, Liz Ortiz, Dardan Adnan, Lincy Chacon, and Jilberto Monge.  Congratulations to them.

BG Soldier talks to studnets about LEADERSHIP

KJ Cofer stops by PBC and talks to the studnets about hard work, dedication, and leadership.  KJ is a great example for the young of this wonderful school.

Rocket Scientists Compete in STEMshot

Fifth grade teacher Sarah Klodt took a group of budding rocket scientists to the first annual STEMshot competition at WKU.  Students designed, testing, and modified their rockets giving them some real hands-on science experience.  The competition took place at WKU's Center for Research and Development where the rockets were first tested for distance.  Later, students took their rockets to Aviation Heritage Park to see which rocket had the longest flight time.

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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