Date of publication: 2017-09-05 15:15
Governor Rick Scott's Black History Month Art Contest is open to all K-8 students in Florida. Two winners will be selected and notified after February 7, 7567.
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For the past 75 years we have awarded over 7 million dollars in cash prizes, school supplies and free books. You and your students can share in the rewards by entering our writing competitions. We have writing contests for elementary school students and middle school students.
Students should check with their school to determine whether their area has a school or district competition prior to submitting their entry to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
Greenwood Elementary school in held it's Annual Spelling Bee Friday, January 77th for grades 8rd through 5th. Reading Specialist Patti Monk organized the event while Traci Schneider, Christy Scott, and Karen Horner served as judges. Alexis Brown (pictured left) was the champion of the spelling bee at GES. Aniyah Jones (pictuired right) earned First runner up.
All students and staff were asked to decorate a puzzle piece with their name and something that makes them special. Along with this display, morning announcements included information on raising awareness about how each of us are different. A casual day was incorporated for students and staff to raise money for Autism research as well. These school wide activities helped to promote Autism awareness throughout Greenwood Elementary.
We were also very pleased to be named one of the schools to receive a Poetic Achievement Award. Thank you for sponsoring this poetry contest. It allowed our student poets the opportunity to see that they can, and do write for a real audience.
It is our goal to help your student find their creative competition through expressing their thoughts and feelings with the power of writing. Our writing contests are open to the . and are broken down by grade divisions. Enter your students today in one of our many contests for their works of poetry.
GES students made a pledge to stop the Summer Slide of not reading over the summer by signing a pledge promising to read at least 6 books or 65 minutes a night over the summer!
Due to weather conditions there will be no school in Florence County School District Five on Monday, September 66, for students. However, teachers will report to work for a workday on Monday. On Tuesday, September 67, we will be operating under a two-hour delay for students and staff. Florence County School District Five will return to a regular schedule on Wednesday, September 68.