Mrs. Melanie Jennings’ 5th and 6th grade
students at Stringer Attendance Center
are all soaring in the Accelerated Reading
Program. Several have already met their
goal before the anticipated deadline. We
would like to give a broadcast out to some
of our "extra special" kids that have not only
met their goal early, but have doubled, tripled,
and some quadrupled their expected goals!
Bottom left to right: Madison Smith, Shadiamond Gavin,
Ivy King, , Jake Pippen, J.J. Hill, Bryce Parker,
Amber Knight, Gracie Parker, Abi McCarty
Middle left to right: Haylee Williams,
Kaylee Townsend, Bella Bullock, Kaylie Hinton, Taylor Price,
Bella Jefcoat, Allie Gunter, Evan Holified, Haiden Nicholson,
Lance Jenkins Top Left to right: Nya Morgan, Janna Ishee,
Jamiayh Johnson, Laken Bradley, Jocelyn Bustillos, Benton Barber,
Kolton Henderson, and John Caden Hosey
Stringer’s Red Cross Club Kicks
Off 2016-17 School Year
Stringer Attendance Center’s Red Cross club
is off to great start. Now in its third year, the
club aims to provide students with opportunities
to make a difference by addressing the community’s
greatest needs and developing leadership skills.
Red Cross clubs empower students with knowledge
and life-saving skills to help prepare schools
and communities to respond to emergencies.
Club members meet monthly to create lessons to
present to elementary students. This year the club
plans to address topics such as bullying, fire safety,
drunk/drugged driving, dental health, tornado safety,
nutrition, stress awareness and UV safety.
Pictured are members: Auburn Ansley, Landon Bradley,
Gabby Clark, Adam Dixon, Mason Duckworth,
Madison Duran, Caitlyn Garrett, Corlee Gentry,
Christina Goza, Katelyn Green, Mallorie Harris,
Madeline Holifield, Rebecca Holifield, Cassidy King,
Kade Lee, Samantha Logan, Raysita Maharani,
Brianna McCullum, Sandra McDonald,
Abby Grace McNeil, Ashley Parker, Britney Parker,
Jamie Parker, Lauren Parker, Mikquan Payton,
Madison Rayer, Lily Ready, Allison Rowell,
Madeline Rowell, Kenzie Sullivan, Kirk Williams
and Audrey Wohlscheid. Not pictured are
Sadie Ricketson and Zach Sumrall. The club is
sponsored by Rachel Hosey and Sonya Ready.
Congratulations to the following students for being
recognized as the SAC Students of the Month!
Delilah Burger, Eli Ervin, Falyn Walters,
Novalee Green, Jacob Creel, Melissa Marcial,
Skyler Dearmon, Romy Green,
Olivia Brady, Kemon McCoy, Riley Garrett,
Trace Hand, Laken Bradley, Syrianna Jones,
Stringer Attendance Center recognized and honored
their fall semester dual enrolled students with
"Athletic Passes". The pass allows the student to
attend all home, regular season games for free. The biggest
perk for these dual enrolled students is that they are
earning high school and college credit at the same time.
Student can begin to dual enroll when they have met the state
criteria which is usually at the end of 10th grade. Student
have the opportunity to earn a maximum of 36 college
credit before they graduate high school. Even though they are
considered College Freshman for scholarship purposes,
they can actually be classified as College Sophomores their
very first year of college. Hats off to these high achieving students!!
Pictured front row left to right:
Raysita Maharani, Samantha Logan, Rebecca Holifield,
Madison Duran, Sadie Ricketson, Auburn Ansley, Caitlyn Garrett,
Madeline Rowell, Ashley Parker and Eriana Buckley
Pictured back row left to right:
Shaun Burger, Jacob Phillips, Kade Lee, Mason Duckworth,
Peyton Sims, Brennen Green, Tristan Johnson, and Mikquan Payton
Malik Dade, Jennifer King, and Brittany McCuistion
Stringer Attendance Center recently honored
students in grades 4-12 that scored advanced
on last year's state test. The students were
issued "Athletic Passes" that they can use at all
regular season home athletic events to get in free.
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Stringer Attendance Center PTO
PTO Board Members
President - Christy Holfield
Vice President - Kala Livingston
Secretary - Angie Abbey
Reporter - Hope James
Treasurer - DeAnne Parker
Board Member - Jacky Spradley
Board Member - Shana Hosey
Kroger Community Rewards
Attention all Kroger shoppers!
Be sure to have your Kroger card handy to
sign up for rewards that will come directly
back to our school. Enter NPO number 97260.
Items that also benefit our school:
Box Tops for Education
Campbell's Labels for Education
My Coke Rewards
If you are unsure of how these items help ask your child's
teacher or a PTO officer. Every little bit helps!
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