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Students at Matthews Elementary spent some time during Halloween day on the Southeast Explorer bus learning about World War I and seeing some of the artifacts from that era.  Items including uniforms, medals, tools and even toys were on display.  The students even had time to ask questions of the curator of the display and to learn more about the events leading up to the war and the outcome.

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Hot or Cold

The weather lately has prompted the discussion in Mrs. Kristi's Pre-K classes on the difference between Hot and Cold.  The morning and afternoon classes worked on a project in class where they had to choose between the two extremes and then cut and paste the corresponding item on to their poster.  
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NMCC Halloween

Halloween Party!

STUCO would like to invite ALL NMCC High School Students!

Monday October 30th from 6-8 pm in the commons.

Come enjoy dancing, games, costume fashion show, and much more!

FREE admission, candy, and drinks!

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Red Ribbon Week is here!  The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people during the week of October 23rd-October 31st.  The theme for this year is “Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free”.  During this week Lilbourn Elementary will participate in daily activities promoting being drug free and the prevention of bullying.  Today, our school pledged to Scare Away Drugs by wearing Halloween costumes.  Six students were chosen to receive a prize for participating in the day’s activities.  Congratulations to:  Shawn, Tyreak, Issiac, Aneesa, Karyssa and Kasiah
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Trick or Treat!!!

Thank you to all of the businesses, organizations, and emergency personnel that helped make the 2nd Annual “Trunk or Treat” at New Madrid Elementary a huge success!!! Over 30 different stations/tables were setup by our community to support a safe trick or treating environment for our students throughout our area. This year approximately 700 elementary students (kindergarten through fifth grade) from Matthews Elementary, Lilbourn Elementary, New Madrid Elementary, and Immaculate Conception in New Madrid attended the event. The students were extremely happy and grateful by the generosity that our community displayed today. Our local schools are very blessed to have so much support from the community. Thank you again and we look forward to doing it again next year! 

 

 

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Red Ribbon Week is here!  The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people during the week of October 23rd-October 31st.  The theme for this year is “Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free”.  During this week Lilbourn Elementary will participate in daily activities promoting being drug free and the prevention of bullying.  Today, our school pledged that Our School is Drug Free by wearing school spirit clothes.  Six students were chosen to receive a prize for participating in the day’s activities.  Congratulations to:  Annabella,  Kevin, Carmen, Zaria, DeAngelo and Mya.
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Screen printing students  have been busy! The display pictured is in the NMCC commons and shirts are being sold during both lunch shifts this and next week (Nov 3).  We will consider this a "trial run" and reprint as needed. Price and youth availability are posted on board.
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The Second Graders from Lilbourn Elementary enjoyed a day at Beggs Family Farm. While at the farm the students enjoyed racing cars, jumping on the trampoline, and roping cattle.  The children took a tractor ride to the pumpkin patch and picked out the perfect pumpkin for their house. Fun was had by students and teachers!!!!!!
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Red Ribbon Week is here!  The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people during the week of October 23rd-October 31st.  The theme for this year is “Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free”.  During this week Lilbourn Elementary will participate in daily activities promoting being drug free and the prevention of bullying.  Today, our school pledged to Harvesting Good Choices-Be Drug Free by dressing like a farmer.  Six students were chosen to receive a prize for participating in the day’s activities.  Congratulations to:  Quen'Torrya, Cara, Addison, Carson, Emma and Taylor.
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The following students were selected as Outstanding students for 1st Quarter at Lilbourn Elementary.  Congratulations!!!!

Amelia Barnes, Waylon Montgomery, London Jones, Steven Taylor, Elijah Patterson, Aaliyah Williamson, Z'Aydenn Bledsoe, Michael Nelson, Drew White, Tristen Williams, Katherine Thomure, S'nyah Winford, Ilijah Kee,Saniyah Luster, Elijah Pittman, Lindy Childress, Jack Blakey, Carmen Williams, Ja'Faith Jennings, T.J. Payne, Amya Bills, Aneesa Rucker, Drew Allen, Emma Howard, Karyssa Perkins, Ariel Johnson, Laine McElveen, Michael Henry, Imani Alexander, Kayden Jones, and Mya Silver

 

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