+ Bunnell Elementary School forms a Student Council
Bunnell Elementary School recently announced the formation of a Student Council.
Teachers Janine Killmer and Abra Seay will facilitate the student lead group. Last week, students gave speeches, and students will be casting their votes for Student Government president, vice president, secretary and treasurer.
+ SAR visits Imagine School
The students in Cami Brocksmith’s history classes at Imagine School at Town Center were recently treated to a presentation by Ted St. Pierre, the president of the Flagler Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution.
St. Pierre showed a History Channel video and spoke about the Boston Massacre and the Tea Party raid. The clothing worn by the various soldiers and the armaments used were explained, as well as military strategies.
St. Pierre was assisted by incoming president Ron Stark. It’s one of the goals of the Flagler chapter to educate young people about how the country was established and the sacrifices made by those who helped to create it.
Any educators who are interested in a similar presentation can contact St. Pierre at [email protected].
+ ESE students chow down on a Thanksgiving feast
The Exceptional Student Education Emotional/Behavioral Disability program at Wadsworth Elementary School held a classroom Thanksgiving feast last week.
The 16 students joined teachers and administrators for the meal, which allowed them to learn and practice social skills and etiquette.
+ Kiwanis Club recognizes seniors of the month
Christina Reynolds and Samantha Thibodeau were recently honored by the Flagler/Palm Coast Kiwanis Club as the November Seniors of the Month. These students are recognized for their outstanding academic achievement and active participation in extracurricular activities at their respective high schools.
Reynolds is a senior at Matanzas High School. She is president of the National Honor Society, a member of the Student Government Association and vice president of the senior class.
She also plays varsity softball and is captain of the golf team. Reynolds works part-time as a cashier at Publix, where she was named April Employee of the Month.
Reynolds plans to attend Keiser University, in Daytona Beach, to become a diagnostic medical sonographer.
Thibodeau attends Flagler Palm Coast High School. She is a member of Mu Alpha Theta, a math honorary society, and is very active in their math competitions. She has been working as a volunteer at Wadsworth Elementary School, helping with their afterschool programs since 2009.
Thibodeau plans to attend the University of South Florida and major in biomedical engineering.
The Flagler/Palm Coast Kiwanis Club recognizes an outstanding senior each month from each of the high schools in Flagler County.
+ Toys for Tots dodge ball tourney raises $295
Flagler Palm Coast High School held its annual Toys for Tots Dodgeball Tournament last week, raising $295 and a shopping cart full of toys.
At the tournament, the Dodge Fathers, a team made up of FPC’s baseball players and friends, defeated the teachers team in the championship.
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