Pictured Left to Right: Tyera Burns, Menyia King, Montavious Daniels, Juhstiz Yarbrough, and Natiya Mahome
Sumter County Middle School FCCLA ( Family,Career and Community Leaders of America) chapter members were winners at the 27th annual Georgia National Fair. With a total of 10,297 entries, Sumter County Middle School placed 1st in the General FCCLA Information Brochure Event, as well as 4th place in the FCCLA Fair Booth Design Competition, winning more than $400 in prize money for the local chapter. Mrs. Crystal Cheek is the FCCLA advisor.
Shamarria Boyd, Jenacia Jennings, Dekameron Allen, Azarya Harvey, Jaren Foster, Kenneth Thomas, David Battle, and Jamarian Durham. Eighth grade students are Danielle Bradley, JaDashia Lewis, Travius Mack, Shana Guzman, Bryan Hernandez, Jawaski Whitehead, Timothy Page, Un’Naka Gaulden, Keldrick Flemming, Alex Salazar-Sanchez, Corterious Hicks, Angel Young, and Teddy Walker.
Picture 2: Pre-K teacher Archina McRae and students, Karmelo Solomon and Bryson Gay Superhero students and teachers at Sumter County Primary School celebrated the 100th Day of School Tuesday, January 17 by dressing as a 100 year old. The day was also filled with 100th day activities in each classroom.
SUPER CHOICES CELEBRATION – JANUARY
Students at Sumter County Primary School who made SUPER CHOICES during the month of January enjoyed an ‘EXTREME RECESS’ along with a panther paw necklace. All of Mrs. Parrott and Mrs. Young’s class met their Super Choices goal for January.
Pictured: Mrs. Felisa Parrot and Ms. Susan Young’s Kindergarten Class
The Americus-Sumter High School Band saxophone section performed at the “Georgia Music Educators Association In-Service Conference” in Athens on January 27th. They served as the “Lobby Group Performer” in the lobby of the Classic Center Theatre. The ASHS Saxophone was one of thirteen high school groups selected from across Georgia to perform at the conference.
Pictured, left to right: Lewis Myers, Treyvian Dowell, Chandler Perry, Joseph Ndaayezwi, Noel Perez.li Farr
First Grade students in Mrs. Sheryl Rush’s class at Sumter County Primary review sight words daily. The students are shown playing sight word BINGO. In sight word BINGO, students learn to recognize common sight words. Each time a sight word is called out that is on their card, the student covers the word with a marker. When the markers line up to make a complete row, the student calls, ‘BINGO’. This game helps students recognize words in a fun way. Pictured from left to right are high school volunteer, Mary Nell Rush, Laurynn Hart, Ava Hobbs, and Chace Sanford.
Students in Dr. Mary Butt’s kindergarten class recently enjoyed writing messages on heart shaped cookies using edible color markers.
The attached photo is from South Georgia Council’s annual awards banquet which was held on Saturday February 4, 2017. At the banquet, the Eagle Class of 2016 was recognized which included seven young men from Americus. They are Caleb Abell of Troop 26, Emory Brown of Troop 260, Davis Cromer of Troop 26, Russell Johnson of Troop 26 Christopher McCoy of Troop 260, and Nathan Terry of Troop 260.