Monday, April 28, 2014

Classes will dismiss today (April 28) at 2:00 pm due to the threat of bad weather.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Ms Luke's Advanced World Geography class has been covering a section on Ethnicity. The students have researched various ethnic groups and discussed aspects that make them unique. One of the aspects happens to be food. The class was required to research ethnic foods, choose a particular food and find a recipe. On Wednesday the students tried out their cooking skills - or their mother's cooking skills in some cases. Overall Italian food was the predominant group represented; however, German, Chinese, English, Mexican, and Hawaiian also appeared on the table. The group enjoyed some great food and had a wonderful time! 

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Congratulations to Stewart Ball!

Seated: JJ, Stewart, & Will Ball
Standing: AD Tate Hanna, Coach Tyler Rogers, & Superintendent Ken McMullan
Our own Stewart Ball signed his letter of intent today with East Mississippi Community College! Stewart will now be an EMCC Lion beginning this fall. Best of luck to our starting catcher and we look forward to hearing great things from you! 

Mrs. Garrard's 3rd grade class celebrated reaching AR goals for the 3rd 9 weeks with a Duck Dynasty AR Party! Each student had to reach 40 AR points and an 80% average. The class reached 1,375.5 pts .with an 85.9% average.

1st place-Melanie Ugalde 61.4 pts./94.1% average 
2nd place-Zaniya Hunt 56.9 pts./85.5% average 
3rd place-Jadyn Green 55.8 pts./90.3 % average 
 Most Nonfiction went to Burton Rosamond with 52% 
Most Words Read & Highest Ave. went to Melanie Ugalde with a 94.1% & 223,071 words read. 

Students enjoyed Duck Dynasty prizes, Si's Sweet Tea, and Duck Dynasty Cupcakes. Students are now looking forward to the 4th 9 weeks AR Party: Judy Moody & the Not Bummer Summer!

It has been a busy couple of days at Nanih Waiya! On Friday, the 4th, 5th, and 6th grades were rewarded for meeting their AR goal with a skating/bowling field trip! All their hard work finally paid off and the students had a wonderful time!