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MRS. MICHAUD 3-C Cback rowj Irwin Welch, Heather Donnell, Kelly Jo Somers, Jason
Hudson, Richard Jones, Ivan Blackwell, Heather Haun, Dave Lewis, Ben David Edwards,
Maggie Smith, fmiddle rowj Jesse Caddell, Jennell Jones, Emily Morris, Mike Pulse, Brad
Smith, Adam Hart, Ray Rodriguez, Rodney Crites, Carlene Whitted, fbottom rowj Wendy
Cooper, Tabatha Stanley, Doug Aldeson, Eric Hueber, Joseph Beasley, Jody Franks, Nadene
Walsh, Travis Rolas
MISS PINKERTON 3-D fback rowj Michelle Morrison, William Ross, Philip Shaumate,
Ben Fay, Carrie Nelson, Eddie Carter, Amber Turner, Krista Cornett, D'aune Schuttz,
Camey Turner, fmiddle rowj Mike Dello, Elizabeth Rose, Richard Arredondo, Brandi ST.
Clair, Kevin Foster, John Myers, Richard Jones. Steven Wilks, Eric Matthews, Qbottom rowj
Scott Peterson, Shawn Pettit, Jeffrey Rogers, Michael Scott, Samantha Sowell, Amy Dossey,
Mark Zedwick, Brian Ridgell, Randy Hodge.
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Students in Mrs. Michaud's class make a commu-
nity project out of their homework.
Ben Fay and his classmates appear to be hard at
work, while Scott Peterson takes a break.
The third grade went on some exciting field trips
this year. Some of the trips they took were to the
Planetarium after studying the Solar System, the
Bank when working with money, the Post Office at
the completion of a unit on writing letters, or the
Petroleum Museum after studying "The Changing
The third grade has at least one major art pro-
ject each week. These include crayon and waterco-
loring resist, painting and etching foil, crayon etch-
ing, string art, dough ornament, seed art, and
. The third grade enjoyed decorating the cafer-
teria at Thanksgiving. They also participated in an
annual career day.
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It has been a really exciting day in Mrs. Hark'
rider's class as some kids take a short doze while
supposedly hard at work.
Other than teach basic subjects the
third grade teachers attempt to incor-
perate into the students curriculum sev-
eral projects that relate to material be-
ing studied. After reading a story about
baking bread, the students attempted to
follow instructions and bake bread. The
students churned butter when learning
about the pioneers. Indian villages were
reconstructed for the Woodland, Plains,
and Pueblo Indians.
Stephanie Hankins and Hoyt Taggert look under
the microscope while Paul Beck and Mike Elliot
wait their turn during Mrs. Outlaw's class.
MRS. HARKRIDER 3-A tback rowj Roy Lancaster, Danny Ross, Robert Gardner, Felipe
Cruz, Jason Goff, Mark Haas, Starr Bishop Qmiddle rowj Mohamed Hussian, Amy Walls,
Loyd Hardin, Danny Nunez, Melissa White, Desaree Castleberry, Darla Willis, lsreal Ge-
minez, Wes Smith, Qfront rowj Eric Clutter, Julie Park, Rusty Miller, Angela Manning,
Nicole Torrez, Jeremy Connor, Stephanie Kitchen, Jennifer Jackson, Donna Galloway.
MRS. OUTLAW 3-B tback rowJ Tiffany Cox taidej, Chad Flournoy, Marnie Daniel, Joshua
Ott, April Campbell, Hoyt Taggert, Daniel Hayworth, Rebekah Stevenson, Adam Harris,
Cmiddle rowj Leanne Gardner, Mike Elliot, Amy Balckwell, Shannon Tarpley, Douglas Hale,
Guilleo Tarano, Nolan Cox, Joshua Cross, Cfront rowj Daniel George, Stephanie Hankins,
Micheal Kasuboski, Paul Beck, Bradley Chandler, Chris Trent, Terri Cross, Barret Gunn,
Jose Perez, Jay Welch
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Ms. Edgertons class listens intently as Mrs.
Erskin, the "Bird Lady" talks about her feath-
In the classroom the fourth grade
worked hard on the new Math and
Reading programs. In Social Studies
the children studied world regions,
comparing regions in the U.S. to simi-
lar regions in other parts of the world.
In Science and Health they studied
things as small as micro-organisms to
as overwhelming as world health
problems. One of the highlights of the
year was the Christmas program they
worked on with Mrs. Little and Mrs.
After finishing their homework, Cam Williams
and Andrea Skinner take a break to have a
MS. EDGERTON 4-A fback rowl Mike Ledford, J.C. Rhodes, Sarah Stephens, Lancey
Brown, Tammy Sullivan, Paul Wein, Jessica Hilton, Bobbye Busic, Cindy Dunn, Cmiddle rowj
Jean Ann Franks, Kiethanne Wood, Jana Isenhower, Shawn Petersen, Dana Wright, Mack
Brown, Cody Mebane, Victoria Garcia, ffront rowj Sammy May, Shawn Yadon, Kenny Kunz,
Leigh Ann Mansell, Stephanie Hinton, Jenifer Martin, Jenifer Strait, Zac Dartch, Gail
MRS. WILDER 4-B Cback rowj Zahida Rakeeb, Reisa Wilkes, Andrea Skinner, Becky
Stanley, Freddie Flores, Shane Clutter, Jerry Gay, Damon Dublin, Ronnie Hat-hcoat Qmiddle
rowj Danny Vicars, Cam Williams, Rene Kelly, Jeffery George, Chris Hall, Micheal McNeil,
Melinda Rose, David Flynn, Mith Walker, Cfront rowj Rena Storey, Billie Jo Richards, Mary
Taylor, Karla Hogue, Lela Beckett, Quincy Carlisle, Heather Hughes, David Holler, Nathan
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