SWEETHEART BOOTH
After School Program will be selling Valentine's items from 12:00 to 2:00 PM at a booth in the front foyer from February 4th -13th.  Items will be delivered to the students in the afternoon on February 14th.
Candy-grams (bag of candy) - $2.00
Small Valentine Stuffed Animal - $3.00
Light Up Rose - $2.00

VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS
Volleyball Tryouts for grades 3rd through 5th will be on February 4th after school.  Tryouts for grades 6th through 8th will be on February 5th after school.

YEARBOOK
Last day to purchase a school yearbook is Monday, February 4th.  See Kelly Stancil in the office to purchase yearbook for $27.00

SITE BASED COUNCIL MEETING
Regular SBDM meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 5th at 6:15 PM in the school office.

WINTER BALL DANCE
Dance for students in 6th through 8th grade will be held on Friday, February 8th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM.  Admission costs $5.00 each person.  Pictures by Shannon Hall Photography from 4:30 to 6:00 PM.

ELEMENTARY DANCE
Dance for students in Kindergarten through 5th grade will be held on Friday, February 15th from 5:00 to 7:00 PM.  Admission Costs $3.00 per person.  Pictures by Shannon Hall Photography from 4:30 to 6:00 PM.

HEALTHY HEART FAIR
After School Program will host a FREE Healthy Heart Fair on Thursday, February 28th from 5:00 to 6:00 PM in the front foyer of our school.  Several healthcare providers will have tables set up to answer questions about your health! Information will be available about Blood Pressure/BMI readings, Nutrion/Diet, Health Insurance, Mental Health, Pharmacy, and Community Resources. Free healthy snacks and water will also be provided!


BENCHMARK TESTING
All students completed the second benchmark testing in December.  All students took the MAP test in Reading and Math areas.  Students in 7th and 8th grades also took the CERT (Practice ACT) test in Reading, Math, English and Science areas.  Test results for each student will be available in January.  Students who tested below average in any area will receive intervention strategies to help improve.  Our third benchmark testing will take place in March.




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Principal Brook Moore

Superintendent Adkins announces that Brook Moore is the new principal for South Floyd Elementary as of January 2019!

Adkins comments, “We’re excited to have Brook move into this role. She has been part of the administration there for the last few years and knows the students, the school and the community and they know her. Brook makes an impression on people. She’s very passionate and dedicated to doing the best job possible for students.”

Brook has been an educator for over fourteen years. She began her career teaching elementary students at John M Stumbo Elementary. She’s been part of the administration at John M Stumbo Elementary and then South Floyd Elementary for the last few years. Serving as a school council member, sponsoring the Honors club and coaching volleyball and basketball are just a few of the additional roles Brook has had.

Moore comments, “I’m happy to say that I’ve never looked at my career in education as a job. It’s always been terrific to get to go to school to help and teach students. My attitude is that on the very best days, you get to see that you are helping change lives and the future. On the not so great days, you just have to try harder because kids need us.”

Adkins concludes, “There’s many reasons why Brook will be a great principal, but the heart she has for children stands out as the most important. Brook is a great example of how building relationships with kids first is a top priority. She loves the kids and I’m pretty sure they now it.”

Brook is married to Robert and they live at Minnie with their daughters Aubree and KayCee.

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