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Picture Book Lessons Work on Many Levels ááá
A special school wide reading project at Hardin Park showed thatá
a picture book can be used to create lessons appropriate forá
students of just about any age.á
Click hereáfor more details.

Schools Offer Holiday Performancesáá
Students will be performing music of the season in a variety of band,á
orchestra,áand vocal performances during late November and December.á
Click here to see a scheduleáfor these events.


Board Leaders Honored at November Meeting
á Chair Dr. Lee Warren and Vice-ChairáDelora Hodges of the Board of
Education areáleaving the Board and were recognized for their serviceá
during the November meeting. á
Click hereáfor the press release.
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For more system news and announcements,
please click on the "News & Data" link at the top of this page.

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á Lighthouse Project Adds Hands On Dimension to Learningá á
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Isaiah Shirley and Sophie Collins chose different looks for their lighthouses, but they and everyone who saw their work seemed pleased with the results. áParents were invited to class for the presentation of the lighthouses and the students' written reports on the project. áAnd yes, those really are functioning (battery powered) lights at the top of each lighthouse.á Laurel West reads her report to Hardin Park Principal Mary Smalling, who was a very attentive listener to Laurel and to the other students she visited. áThe lighthouse project is one of many special projects funded by grants from the WataugaáEducation Foundation. áPlease click here for more information about the Education Foundation and their work on behalf of st​udents and teachers.á
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á "Bring a Vet to School Day" áHonors Veterans at Parkway Schoolá á
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In the top photo, Parkway 4th graders hold up letters used for the ABCs of the military, a part of the event in which students tell the audience how each letter represents qualities of veterans, such as "C" for courage, "S" for service, and "T" for teamwork. áIn the bottom photos, Wallace Greer signs an autograph for Beattie Hendleyá(left photo) and Noah Earp poses with veteran Jim Webster. Click here for additional information about this special celebration.á
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