Two girls stand on the stage in the school's theater. Eighth graders Casey B. and Maddie W. served as Master's of Ceremony for the EBSMS Has Got Talent event.

The E. B. Stanley Middle school theater was full of talent on Thursday, May 8th, as the SCA sponsored the annual school talent show. Twelve acts performed before a packed crowd of friends and family. Eighth graders Casey B. and Maddie W. served as Master’s of Ceremony for the event, throwing in a few jokes between acts. Third place was awarded to Anna F. who sang “To Make You Feel My Love .” Accompanied by her ukulele, Lily C. took second place honors singing “Someone Like You.” The first place winner was Sarah D. who mesmerized the crowd with her rendition of “Read All About It” accompanied by Mrs. Marva Wheeler playing the piano. A special thank you goes out to Mr. Brandon Guffey for manning the sound system. Congratulations to Mrs. Parks and Ms. Combs for putting together a great show!

A Greendale kindergarten student carefully plants a marigold seed! A Greendale kindergarten student carefully plants a marigold seed!

As spring finally arrived, kindergarten teachers at Greendale Elementary School celebrated with a unit on plants. Each class read a variety of books about plants and gardening to gain background knowledge before they planted seeds. Mrs. Jeffers’ students read The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle and planted marigold seeds; Mrs. Kittrell’s class read Zinnia’s Flower Garden by Monica Wellington and planted zinnias and sunflowers; and Mrs. Sutherland’s class read Jack and the Beanstalk and planted lima beans. These newly-planted seeds were placed under grow lights or in windows so that the students could water them as needed and observe how they changed as they grew. After their marigold plants matured, Mrs. Jeffers’ students took them home for special Mother’s Day gifts. Mrs. Kittrell’s and Mrs. Sutherland’s classes are still observing the growth of their sunflowers, zinnias, and lima beans and looking forward to brightly-colored flowers and yummy beans!

Student stands for a school picture. Holston High sophomore Jared D. wins distinguished award.

On March 28, The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) announced that Holston High School sophomore Jared D. had been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. The Society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship, and community commitment. Formed in 2002, the NSHSS recognizes academic excellence at the high school level and encourages members of the organization to apply their unique talents, vision, and potential for the betterment of themselves and the world.

Claes Nobel, NSHSS Founder and Chairman stated that he is “honored to recognize the hard work, sacrifice, and commitment that Jared has demonstrated to achieve this exceptional level of academic excellence. Jared is now a member of a unique community of scholars—a community that represents our very best hope for the future.”

Jared is a member of the Holston High varsity football team and a member of the Spanish Club. He also serves as sports reporter for the Holston High newscast. He spent the summer of 2012 in Haiti, participating in a local mission trip, and this past fall, Jared attended the National Youth Leadership Forum in Washington, DC. Holston High is proud of Jared for his accomplishments and congratulates him on becoming a member of this elite organization.

A girl with black hair stands in front of a wall. Josey M. wins calendar contest for the third consecutive year.

Josey M., a senior at John S. Battle High School, continues her winning streak. Josey has won the Washington County Calendar Contest her sophomore, junior, and senior year. This accomplishment sets Josey apart from all other participants as she is the first person to ever win this contest three consecutive years. Josey was also 1st runner up in the Washington County graphic novel contest this year. She has a special interest in Japanese anime and wants to pursue her art studies in college. Josey’s parents, teachers and friends are all very proud of Josey and her accomplishments as a young artist.

Teacher demonstrates 3-D printer to student in the school's theater. Patrick Henry High School CTE teacher Ms. Sarah Helton demonstrates a 3-D printer to seventh grader Seth R.

Patrick Henry High School CTE teacher Ms. Sarah Helton shared her knowledge and skills of using the up and coming 3-D printer with a group of E. B. Stanley Middle School seventh graders. Throughout the year, students from Mrs. Ramseyer’s language arts classes read and discussed articles regarding the use of 3-D printers and how people benefited from them and will benefit from them in the future. During the presentation, Ms. Helton and Patrick Henry High School Principal Dr. Keith Perrigan shared some of the items that students from PHHS created with their 3-D printer. Additionally, they gave some insight to career opportunities regarding this new technology. A highlight of the presentation was when students watched the printer make replicas of items from the currently popular Mindcraft game. Ms. Helton’s willingness to share her knowledge of technology supports the motto from the Patrick Henry's faculty page: "We are preparing students for careers that don't yet exist, using technologies that haven't been invented, in order to solve problems that we don't even know exist."

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