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Monday, November 22, 2010

Scenes of American Education Week

R. L. Young's American Education Week
Kickoff Assembly on Monday, November 15th
Sixth graders entertained the student body with a program recognizing Veterans' Day and Thanksgiving. 

Chris Cleavenger, or Pirate Chris-no-beard, shared the story about a boy who didn't want to read, write, or do math.
Morgan Davidson, a former R. L. Younger, sang 2 songs 

Mrs. Nancy Willis, former reading coach at R. L. Young, had an important message 
for in charge of your own learning!

Retired teachers and staff members enjoyed lunch, compliments of P.T.O. Carolyn Roberts, former principal of Young visited, too. We were thrilled to have all of them back on campus.
Lots of grandparents came!

Grandparents were welcomed by some very excited grandchildren! 
You can view a video by clicking here.
Alabama and Auburn fans competed for AR points through the week. The team with the most points was ALABAMA! ROLL TIDE ROLL! Thanks for a total of 555 points was earned by students this week! Awesome...
A SPECIAL thanks to Mrs. Carrie Nabors for heading up American Education Week. 
She and her committee members did an excellent job. 

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