Good things at Black Mountain elementary


Courtesy photos Black Mountain Elementary School celebrated Grandparents’ Day in September. The faculty and staff provided food for the grandparents. Students were able to eat their lunch with their grandparent in the school’s library.


Black Mountain elementary held a remembrance program in honor of the victims and survivors of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States 14 years ago. Principal Bonnie LeFevers spoke with the faculty, staff, students and guests about the events. She thanked all of the military personnel in attendance for their service. Students sang “Oh I love America,” “If You’re Reading This,” “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” and “See You Again.” Heather Howard’s class presented “Our Country ‘Tis of Thee” using bells. Students from Brittany Hensley and Viola Howard’s classes displayed the correct way to fold an American Flag. Andrew Williams’ students created a PowerPoint timeline of the events that occurred on that date. Williams closed the program by reminding all students and guests what a wonderful country we live in and how lucky we are to have all of the freedoms given to us as a nation.


The eighth-grade students of Andrew Williams’ social studies class at Black Mountain Elementary School recently participated in a colony fair. The fair was designed similar to a science fair and students were responsible for displaying one of the original 13 colonies and trying to convince other students to join their colony. Students were asked to highlight key features about the colony including their government and geography and to put on colorful and persuasive presentation to present to the school. The contest was judged by four of the teachers at the school. First place went to Massachusetts Bay. Pictured are, from left: Autumn Kirby, Sidney Perkins, Leah Saylor, Brittany Lewis (sitting) and Alyssa Roark.


Black Mountain elementary students receiving awards in the 2015 Kingdom Come Swappin’ Meetin’ Art contest were: First place — Mackenzie Snelling, David Farley, Lexie Cottrell and Macie Osborne; second place — Wesley Thomas, Brittany Dummitt, Alyssa Cochran and Aaron Mullins; Third place — Nakita Risner, Austin Tindell, Emily Evans and Timothy Sizemore.


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Black Mountain Elementary School celebrated Grandparents’ Day in September. The faculty and staff provided food for the grandparents. Students were able to eat their lunch with their grandparent in the school’s library.

Black Mountain elementary held a remembrance program in honor of the victims and survivors of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States 14 years ago. Principal Bonnie LeFevers spoke with the faculty, staff, students and guests about the events. She thanked all of the military personnel in attendance for their service. Students sang “Oh I love America,” “If You’re Reading This,” “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” and “See You Again.” Heather Howard’s class presented “Our Country ‘Tis of Thee” using bells. Students from Brittany Hensley and Viola Howard’s classes displayed the correct way to fold an American Flag. Andrew Williams’ students created a PowerPoint timeline of the events that occurred on that date. Williams closed the program by reminding all students and guests what a wonderful country we live in and how lucky we are to have all of the freedoms given to us as a nation.

The eighth-grade students of Andrew Williams’ social studies class at Black Mountain Elementary School recently participated in a colony fair. The fair was designed similar to a science fair and students were responsible for displaying one of the original 13 colonies and trying to convince other students to join their colony. Students were asked to highlight key features about the colony including their government and geography and to put on colorful and persuasive presentation to present to the school. The contest was judged by four of the teachers at the school. First place went to Massachusetts Bay. Pictured are, from left: Autumn Kirby, Sidney Perkins, Leah Saylor, Brittany Lewis (sitting) and Alyssa Roark.

Black Mountain elementary students receiving awards in the 2015 Kingdom Come Swappin’ Meetin’ Art contest were: First place — Mackenzie Snelling, David Farley, Lexie Cottrell and Macie Osborne; second place — Wesley Thomas, Brittany Dummitt, Alyssa Cochran and Aaron Mullins; Third place — Nakita Risner, Austin Tindell, Emily Evans and Timothy Sizemore.

Courtesy photos Black Mountain Elementary School celebrated Grandparents’ Day in September. The faculty and staff provided food for the grandparents. Students were able to eat their lunch with their grandparent in the school’s library.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Grandparents-Day.jpgCourtesy photos Black Mountain Elementary School celebrated Grandparents’ Day in September. The faculty and staff provided food for the grandparents. Students were able to eat their lunch with their grandparent in the school’s library.

Black Mountain elementary held a remembrance program in honor of the victims and survivors of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States 14 years ago. Principal Bonnie LeFevers spoke with the faculty, staff, students and guests about the events. She thanked all of the military personnel in attendance for their service. Students sang “Oh I love America,” “If You’re Reading This,” “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” and “See You Again.” Heather Howard’s class presented “Our Country ‘Tis of Thee” using bells. Students from Brittany Hensley and Viola Howard’s classes displayed the correct way to fold an American Flag. Andrew Williams’ students created a PowerPoint timeline of the events that occurred on that date. Williams closed the program by reminding all students and guests what a wonderful country we live in and how lucky we are to have all of the freedoms given to us as a nation.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Patriot-Day.jpgBlack Mountain elementary held a remembrance program in honor of the victims and survivors of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States 14 years ago. Principal Bonnie LeFevers spoke with the faculty, staff, students and guests about the events. She thanked all of the military personnel in attendance for their service. Students sang “Oh I love America,” “If You’re Reading This,” “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” and “See You Again.” Heather Howard’s class presented “Our Country ‘Tis of Thee” using bells. Students from Brittany Hensley and Viola Howard’s classes displayed the correct way to fold an American Flag. Andrew Williams’ students created a PowerPoint timeline of the events that occurred on that date. Williams closed the program by reminding all students and guests what a wonderful country we live in and how lucky we are to have all of the freedoms given to us as a nation.

The eighth-grade students of Andrew Williams’ social studies class at Black Mountain Elementary School recently participated in a colony fair. The fair was designed similar to a science fair and students were responsible for displaying one of the original 13 colonies and trying to convince other students to join their colony. Students were asked to highlight key features about the colony including their government and geography and to put on colorful and persuasive presentation to present to the school. The contest was judged by four of the teachers at the school. First place went to Massachusetts Bay. Pictured are, from left: Autumn Kirby, Sidney Perkins, Leah Saylor, Brittany Lewis (sitting) and Alyssa Roark.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Colony-Fair.jpgThe eighth-grade students of Andrew Williams’ social studies class at Black Mountain Elementary School recently participated in a colony fair. The fair was designed similar to a science fair and students were responsible for displaying one of the original 13 colonies and trying to convince other students to join their colony. Students were asked to highlight key features about the colony including their government and geography and to put on colorful and persuasive presentation to present to the school. The contest was judged by four of the teachers at the school. First place went to Massachusetts Bay. Pictured are, from left: Autumn Kirby, Sidney Perkins, Leah Saylor, Brittany Lewis (sitting) and Alyssa Roark.

Black Mountain elementary students receiving awards in the 2015 Kingdom Come Swappin’ Meetin’ Art contest were: First place — Mackenzie Snelling, David Farley, Lexie Cottrell and Macie Osborne; second place — Wesley Thomas, Brittany Dummitt, Alyssa Cochran and Aaron Mullins; Third place — Nakita Risner, Austin Tindell, Emily Evans and Timothy Sizemore.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Contest-Winners.jpgBlack Mountain elementary students receiving awards in the 2015 Kingdom Come Swappin’ Meetin’ Art contest were: First place — Mackenzie Snelling, David Farley, Lexie Cottrell and Macie Osborne; second place — Wesley Thomas, Brittany Dummitt, Alyssa Cochran and Aaron Mullins; Third place — Nakita Risner, Austin Tindell, Emily Evans and Timothy Sizemore.
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