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Emission control – The Transportation Department received a $312,516.09 grant from SRP to help provide funding for public school districts to retrofit large school buses that have diesel engines with emission control equipment, as part of the SRP A+ Bus Program. The grant also funds maintenance equipment for the special filters. With the grant money, 24 large buses will be fitted with the latest emission control technology and two filter cleaning machines will be purchased.


Dec. 20-31: Second Intersession; no school Jan. 3: Teacher In-service/Workday; no school


Youth Fulton Fire


Fruit drive – Fulton’s Student Council, right, collected more than 1,900 cans of fruit in a “Fast Fruit” Drive for The Chandler Care Center. Mrs. Barro’s fourth-grade class led the way with 270 cans


Submitted photo donated. Conley Coyotes


Spelling champ – The school’s Spelling Bee winner is sixth-grader Janani Lakshmanan, who will represent Conley at the District Bee next month. The runner-up was fifth-grader Brian Covey. Class notes – Conley kindergarteners held a Teddy Bear Picnic. —Katie Struzynski


Submitted photo Hancock Heat


Raffle prize – Tickets for the Chandler Education Foundation Raffle are available in the front office for $20 each. For every ticket sold at Hancock, the school receives $4. The grand prize is a 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser 4X4 SUV or a 2011 Toyota Prius V Hybrid. The Grand Prize Raffle drawing is held Feb. 12, 2011.


Winter program – The entire second grade presented a musical program called “A Snowformance.” Giving back – Hancock’s Student Council collected 566 boxes of cereal for the Chandler Care Center. Sixth-graders collected the most donations with a total of 119 boxes. The generosity of Hancock families is greatly appreciated.


—Suzanne Incorvaia Submitted photo


BEE SMART: Hancock’s 2010-11 Spelling Bee winner is sixth-grader Courtney Wiatt from Ms. Walters’ class. Courtney will represent Hancock in the District Spelling Bee on Jan. 20. Runner-up was sixth-grader Leanna Partin from Mrs. Goodell’s class. Participants: first row left to right are Courtney Wiatt, Leanna Partin; second row left to right are Elizabeth Smith, Trevor Hocking, Cade Marks, Skye Kubricky and Samantha Santos; third row, left to right are Spelling Bee Coordinator Paul Servis and Hancock Principal Connie Hull.


First Thanksgiving – Kindergartners in Miss Newberry’s and Ms. Parris’ classrooms, right, performed the musical version of The First Thanksgiving last month. Families who attended were treated to refreshments, served by the kids, after the show. Balloon power – Fulton fifth-grade students have been building balloon-powered jet toy cars to prepare for the upcoming science fair. Students have had the opportunity to work closely with engineers from the Society of Automotive Engineers, SAE International, through a program called A World In Motion. These engineers volunteer their time and expertise to assist students as they conduct their


science experiments. Students presented their science fair projects Dec. 15. Calendar:


Winter Break through Jan. 3 First day of school 2011 - Jan. 4 –Lisa Shore


Stone soup - Mrs. Vallillo’s kindergarten class, left, made Stone Soup recently, learning about cooperation and working together.


Dec. 18 - Jan. 7, 2011


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