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STUDENTS READ ACROSS AMERICA IN ELEMENTARY LIBRARY

Posted March 13, 2014 at 9:57 am

El Dorado Springs Elementary library helped students celebrate Read Across America week March 3-7. Each year, schools across the nation honor the late Theodore Seuss Geisel (a.k.a. Dr. Seuss, whose birthday is March 2) with reading activities and fun. Though school was canceled Monday and Tuesday due to weather, Wednesday began our short celebration with Guest Reader Day. Students in Elementary classrooms were treated to books read aloud by High School students, parents and others. Every class was able to hear a book from a new voice. On Thursday, students wore shirts showing places they’ve visited for Oh, the Places You’ll Go Day. We ended our abbreviated fun on Friday with Book Swap Day. Students who chose to participate brought in gently used books from home to trade. This year, almost 400 students swapped books. More fun

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    Eldo FFA celebrates FFA week in style

    The El Dorado Springs FFA Week was definitely “EPIC!” They celebrated each day by dressing up: Monday-Camo Day, Tuesday- Dress Like Your Ag Teacher Day, Wednesday-Backwoods Day, Thursday- Official Dress Day, Friday-FFA T-Shirt Day. On Sunday 20 students attended Church Of God Holiness in their Official FFA Dress. After church they ate at El Dorado Mexican and then went bowling. On Thursday the students had the opportunity to get away from the traditional classroom setting and listen to two guest speakers, Stephanie Morgan, an agriculture freelance writer and Janetta Larsen, Grain Merchandiser for MFA. On Thursday

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    EL DORADO CHRISTIAN 2014 DAR WINNERS

    El Dorado Christian School participated in the 2014 Daughters of the American Revolution Essay Contest. Fifth through eighth grade students entered essays on the topic, “The Lives of Children During the American Revolution.” First place winners were, (from left): Kraysen Leonard – fifth grade, Bryce Walker; -seventh grade and Brayden Housh – sixth grade. Pictured with the winners is the American Essay Contest Chairman, Mrs. Lori Hunt.

    ElDo hosts speech and debate tourney in bad weather

    The El Dorado Springs Speech and Debate Team would like to thank the community once again. On Jan. 31-Feb. 1 the team hosted a tournament with the assistance of about 100 judges from the school and community.

    Even despite the weather being uncooperative, the judges came through and helped to pull off another successful tournament. The team’s coach, Nicole Smith, commented that she had several judges call to volunteer for extra rounds because they understood that the weather would prevent some judges from making it to the school. One visiting coach was

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    ECS announces SODA winners

    Students Of Distinguished Attitude Winners, (SODA), were announced for second quarter. Front row: second grade, Noah Bland; third grade, Zandria Cannady; fourth grade, Eli Daniel; seventh grade, Brayden Morrison; and first grade, Jacob Craig. Row two: fifth grade, Jordanne Steuck; high school, Chaney Housh; and sixth grade, Ryan Wilkinson. Individual pictures: Kindergarten, Meadow Ash (Right) and eighth grade, Mindy Harper (Left).

    Meadow Ash                                                      Mindy Harper

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    ECS announces SODA winners

    Students Of Distinguished Attitude Winners, (SODA), were announced for second quarter. Front row: second grade, Noah Bland; third grade, Zandria Cannady; fourth grade, Eli Daniel; seventh grade, Brayden Morrison; and first grade, Jacob Craig. Row two: fifth grade, Jordanne Steuck; high school, Chaney Housh; and sixth grade, Ryan Wilkinson. Individual pictures: Kindergarten, Meadow Ash (Right) and eighth grade, Mindy Harper (Left).

    Mindy Harper

    Meadow Ash

    Roscoe Honor Roll

    Roscoe 1st Semester Honor Roll

    A Honor Roll

    5th Grade

    Logan Lee

    6th Grade

    Norman Atkin

    Kaylee Pipes

    Gage Ricker

    7th Grade

    Brandy Hough

    B Honor Roll

    3rd Grade

    Catelyn Anderson

    Jace Jackson

    Tegin Sheldon

    Ricardo

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    NEVC Courtwarming candidates

    NEVC SENIOR CANDIDATES -Bretton Ast, son of Kurt and Renee Ast and Abigail Gilpin, daughter of Kevin and Jennifer Gilpin.

    NEVC SOPHOMORE CANDIDATES – Tyrein Davis, son of Guen and Transon Davis and Emily Davidson, daughter of Jennifer and Dustin Davidson.

    NEVC FRESHMAN CANDIDATES – Emmanuel Solis, son of Marcel and Elizabeth Solis and Haley Ellot, daughter of Shawna Hawking.

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    EHS Courtwarming Royalty Candidates

    COURTWARMING CANDIDATES – (from left) Freshmen KaLynn Perrodin and Riley Boyd; Sophomores Kinli Simmons and Jakob Studer; Juniors Katie Bruggeman and than Morgan;Senior Queen and King candidates Madison Mays and Heath Sutton, Ashlee Kicenski and Robert Keith, Sandra May and Haden Harper and Jessica Johnson and Ryan Parshall.

    EHS BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM INCLUDES – Blade Kalleck, Brant Jones, Brendan Reddick, Cody McNeece, Colten Hedrick, Drew Carpenter

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    El Dorado Christian ACSI district math results

     

    Eighteen students from El Dorado Christian competed at the 2013-14 ACSI District Math Olympics. Results are as follows; front row: Josiah Batson, fifth grade, superior rating, Phoenix Terry, third grade, participant rating, Colbie Wood, third grade, excellent rating, Jacob Morrison, fourth grade, excellent rating, Brenton LeeMasters, fourth grade, excellent rating, and Noah Marsh, fourth grade, excellent rating. Second row: Kiely Messick, fifth grade, excellent rating, Jordanne Steuck, fifth grade, excellent rating, Tevis Edmiston, fifth grade, excellent rating, Ian Palmer, sixth grade, participant rating, Charity Middleton, third grade, superior rating, Eli Daniel, fourth grade, excellent rating, and

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