From the Superintendent
I want to thank all of you who came to our special Veterans Ceremony last Friday. I especially want to thank our middle school teachers, Susan Knox, Michelle Chisam, and Stephanie Hobbs, for their hard work in organizing this event. I thought that our children did a wonderful job with the ceremony. Thank you again for coming out to recognize the veterans in our community.
Most of you have probably read the article in the sports section of last Friday’s Southern Standard about Mrs. Jeanne Hagar and her retirement from coaching. Coach Hagar has been a member of the Boyd family for many years, and I am thankful that she will remain at Boyd. I know that teaching Bible class and directing our chorus are especially rewarding to her. Coach Hagar has a tremendous love for our school and for God. I am especially proud of her work in organizing and directing our chorus. These young people are wonderful representatives of our school. On Friday I had the opportunity to hear them sing the National Anthem in front of over 1,000 people at the state basketball championships at Lipscomb University, and they were outstanding. This was a tremendous honor for our students. There are 18 sessions during the tournament, and our chorus was selected from over 50 applicants from all over the state. I hope that all of you will join with me in the next few days in expressing your appreciation to Coach Hagar.
March 3...Spring Photos
March 6...Grades K-2 Field Trip
March 6-8...Interact Convention
March 11...National Honor Society Inductions
March 13...Staff Development (No School)
March 16-20...Spring Break (No School)
March 28...Spring Banquet with Gene Stallings, McMinnville Civic Center, 6:00
April 3-9...Book Fair
April 10...Junior/Senior Banquet
April 17...Leo Club Banquet
Spring School Photos will be Wednesday, March 4
Upcoming Sports Schedule
Thurs. 3/5...Softball Playday @ Forrest
Thurs. 3/5...Baseball Scrimmage vs. SAS, 4:30
Mon. 3/9...SB @ Cannon Co., 5:00
Mon. 3/9...BB vs. MTCS, 4:30
Tues. 3/10...SB @ Webb, 4:00
Tues. 3/10...BB @ MTCS, 5:00
Lunch Menu for March 3-9
Tuesday...Mini Corn Dogs
Friday...Ham and Cheese
News from the Elementary
In kindergarten this week, we will be continuing to work with the letter e. We are learning our coins and values. We are beginning to learn to count coins as well. We are excited about our field trip Friday to see the play "Pinocchio" at Motlow in Tullahoma! Sam Cathcart is the student of the week!
Grade 1…Mrs. Keele
I hope everyone enjoyed the snow day! Our reading stories for this week are "A Big Day for Jay" and "Lost". We will have our spelling test on Friday. The bonus word this week is March. The kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades will be traveling to Motlow in Tullahoma on Friday to see a play. We will be leaving around 9:30. Spring pictures will be made tomorrow.
Grade 2…Mrs. Newby
Thanks to the middle school and their teachers for the awesome program last Friday. It was a very special day for everyone involved. Our class will be going on a field trip this Friday with kindergarten and 1st grade to see the play, Pinocchio. We have been learning to count money in math and will continue to practice a little longer. Our Bible lessons are about Jacob and Rachel.
Grade 3…Ms. Farless
This week the third graders will continue to study division in math class. They will be dividing with remainders this week. In language class, we will be writing a friendly letter. Our unit of study in science class is sound. We will be learning about how sound is made. Also, we will be learning how sound travels through the various states of matter. Our Monday, we will have a visitor from Homeland Community Bank. This visitor will talk to the students about banking. This should be a great conclusion to our social studies chapter about banking and running a business. Don't forget to study from your social studies test that you will have on Thursday. Our student of the week is Rance Higgins. Congratulations to Rance!
Grade 4…Mrs. Vandagriff
This week the fourth grade is very busy. We are beginning a new chapter in Tennessee History over the American Revolution. In Science, we are learning about measurement. The story we will read and discuss in Reading is called "Half Chicken." Don't forget we will have a Bible Test and a Reading Test on Thursday. We hope everyone has a great week!!
Grade 5…Mr. Burks
Great show by the students for Veteran’s Day! Boxes of items for the troops are in the process of being boxed and shipped. Thanks from the troops for remembering them. (Message from: LTC. Brent D. Bush) The Holocaust will be studied using a Webquest on the Internet. Students have directions so they can work independently at home. Test in Science and Spelling are planned for Friday. Continue to encourage reading at home.