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High Attendance Day memorable for students

Mitchell Gregory goes down in dunking tank

Monticello Elementary High Attendance Day Winner

Third grader Trenton Bone at the mound pitching the ball while his classmates watched in anticipation.

Asst. Principal Mitchell Gregory went down in the dunking machine after an excellent pitch by third grader Evan Jones

Boys in McKayla Jones' class shared some strategy trying to dunk their assistant principal. (l-r:) Trenton Bone, Evan Jones, Jasper Jones, and Mattheus Sanchez

Asst. Principal Mitchell Gregory going down

Fifth graders (l-r:) Heather Vaughn, Emilyne Gregory, Jacklyn Dishman, and Amelia Adkins at the kickball game

Fifth Graders Nimawaye Hancock, Cadence Branscum, and Taylor Allen enjoying the kickball game  

5th Grader Caleb Alexander blocking the ball

School Social Worker Noah Rice coordinated the kickball games as classes rotated in and out to the field.

The students displayed good sportsmanship after the game.

Teacher Christy Morrow instructs her students on the kickball field as a new rotation of students got ready to play.

A wet Asst. Principal Mitchell Gregory hands the ball to third grader Wilson Griggs who was up to pitch.

Monica Morrow ready to be dunked

Monticello Elementary Teacher Monica Morrow ready to get dunked by students

Wayne County Middle School 2nd place finisher

Teacher Vincent Decker held the rope in place before the tug of war started

The winning team in that round

Teacher Juliet Perkins offered students advice

Hula Hoop Craze was a fun relay game

Jasmine Crabtree had fun dancing the macarina with her classmates

Bell Elementary was the third place finisher


The first and second graders had a blast playing on inflatables both at recess and at the fall festival after school.

Walker Early Learning Center


Piper Blakely and Manav Patel showed off their crowns highlighting the first letter of their first names.

(l-r:) Hyde West and Alex Faulkner enjoyed eating lunch with their crowns on at high attendance day.

Kindergarten students headed to the lunchroom where special slushie drinks were available.


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