4th Annual Talent Show
Please join us as we celebrate the talents of our Lovett ACCENT students
Clinton Jr. High School Auditorium
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Students in Mrs. Connie Cade’s Language
Arts class at Lovett are currently reading the novel, The Cay by Theodore Taylor. In the novel, the two main
characters are stranded on a deserted island with no way of communicating with
the outside world. One of the main characters has just climbed a palm
tree and retrieved some coconuts for them to eat. They are very excited
because after a month of being stranded on the island, they are finally eating
something that doesn’t come from the ocean.
In order to have a visual of what the
characters in the novel are experiencing, students in Mrs. Cade’s class are
getting to see, smell, and hold an actual real coconut. Pictured is Mr.
Lee, the school’s custodian, doing the challenging task of opening the
coconut as students in Mrs. Cade’s homeroom class observe.
Abhay Cheruku is a
6th grade at Lovett Elementary school in Mrs. Connie Cade’s
class. Abhay was selected as the essay
winner of Clinton’s local VFW Post’s annual “Patriot’s Pen” writing contest.
Abhay received a framed certificate and a cash award of $50. Abhay’s essay on “What Freedom Means to Me” will
now advance to the VFW regional level where if his essay receives first place there,
it will then advance to the VFW state level.
The first-place winner from the state level will advance to the VFW
national level competition in Washington, D.C.
The winner from each state level will compete for national cash prizes
of up to $5,000. We are very proud of
Abhay’s writing efforts and wish him the best of luck!
Please Participate in the Lovett Un-Fundraiser. Deadline is November 16th.
Congratulations to Mrs. Brunson! September Teacher of the Month And Lovett Teacher of the Year!
The morning tardy bell rings at 8:10. If your child arrives to school at 8:10 or after, a parent will need to sign your child in at the office.
School pictures will be taken on the morning of Friday, September 25.