December 13, 2007 RSS feed / Schools

Books donated to needy

Second graders were challenged by Scholastic Books to read 100 books. If they met the challenge, then the book company would donate 100 books to needy children. Mrs. Jackson then challenged them to aim for a 100 on their Accelerated Reading tests. More...

Character counts at CPS!

Character is the way you really are. It's the way you act even when no one is looking. Good people do good deeds not for show, not for credit or adulation, but just as an expression of their true self. More...

K-4 students learn about Thanksgiving

In the month of November, Mrs. Cline's K-4 class learned about the first Thanksgiving. As a part of their study they dressed up like Indians. More...

Top AR leaders recognized

The following Top Accelerated Reader Leaders were at Clarke Prep: Second Grade First- Ashley Jordan Second-Noah Gibbons Third-Sealy Green Third Grade - Bradford First-Dalton McIntyre Second-Elise Motes Third-Trevor Overton Third Grade - Wood First- More...

Long places third in contest

Miss Tindol Long placed third place in the AISA Oratorical Contest. The contest took place Nov. 6 at Huntingdon College in Montgomery. More...

Sixth graders attend 'The Little Mermaid'

Mrs. Strickland's and Mrs. Jones' sixth grade classes enjoyed the play the "The Little Mermaid" at the Saenger Theatre produced by the American Theatre Arts for Children. They also went out to lunch at Wintzell's. Pictured are (back row) Mrs. More...