Congratulations to our Young Southern Student Writers in third, fourth and fifth grades! The contest is for students throughout Hamilton County.
Bright Fit Week culminated in a morning of fun activities for the whole family! Parents and students celebrated fitness and healthy living by running, climbing, bowling and playing all kinds of games.
Who are we? Bright Fit! We're celebrating physical fitness and healthy lifestyles during Bright Fit Week. Parents are encouraged to participate with their children to earn tickets, and everyone is invited to join the fun on Bright Fit Day.
The fastest racers in each grade competed against each other in the annual Scooter Races. Students cheered on their classmates in the races in the gym, and even the teachers had their own race.
Kindergarten students sang and acted in "Good Day, Sunshine" about growing a garden and nurturing children. The play was written by teacher Bill Greene and directed by Karen Smith.
Fourth graders put their math skills to the test by making change for a dollar at the Change Bank. Younger students brought dollar bills to the Change Bank and left with a bag of coins.
Fourth grader Mary Elizabeth Hicks attended a ceremony this morning at the Tennessee Aquarium to announce the deployment of Seabin devices throughout the Tennessee River. The devices help clean the water and collect debris.
Students learned Irish dances, a parachute routine and rhythm stick moves in Music in P.E., which combines two special areas into one class to demonstrate collaboration.
Math Night returned after a year off, and families participated in math games and activities. The event is sponsored each year by Mathnasium.
We celebrated Pi Day on March 14 (3.14) with the annual contest to memorize and recite the most digits of Pi, and the whole school made a chain of the first 349 digits.