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April Students of the month
April Students of the Month
Back L-R: Gabrielle Sipes, Alyssa Brown, Haley Hines, Brashawn Christopher, Will Norrell, Kawyer Dennis, Teacher of the Month-Laura Hayes
Not pictured-Levi Fowler, Tina Bass, Hunter Potts, and Arecely Mosqueda
 
SMS 2016/17 School Supply List
2016/17 Summerville Middle School Supply List
 
5 composition books (1 per subject)
5 pocket folders with prongs
Colored pencils
Loose leaf notebook paper
Pencils
Patriot's Pen District
Summerville Middle School seventh grader, Curtlon Bryan, was named the second place winner of the District 1 Patriot’s Pen essay contest having advanced from being the local winner named by Post 6688 Veterans of Foreign Wars. The contest consisted of four levels.  Bryan won at the local level and advanced to the second level.  This was an achievement as the District 1 competition includes most of the counties in Northwest GA. The theme of this year’s essay was “What Freedom Means to Me” which required a typed submission of 300-400 words.
Ms. Gentry represented the VFW, and on Wednesday, March 2nd all students who participated in the local competition from SMS participated in a recognition ceremony complete with refreshments. Further, Curtlon was surprised with the announcement of his win and was given a cash award.
Each year the local post 6688 sponsors the Patriot’s Pen contest, and all schools may participate.
Congrats to SMS Nursery Landscape team members Rainie Henderson, Mia Crider, Catherine Villatoro, and Jayden Stewart for placing 3rd in the FFA Nursery Landscape Competition. 
survey
Parents, If you haven't already, please take the following survey about our school.

http://apps.gadoe.org/schoolclimate/parents.nsf/Survey.xsp​
Talent Show
Talent Show
25 Book Celebration #2
Students that read at least 10 books toward their 25 book goal were treated to a movie and snacks. We got to use the County Ag building, so we had a big screen and space to spread out. Good job students!
Congratulations to Savannah Gray 6th grade and Curtlon Bryan 7th grade. They were the SMS Patriot Pen winners.
Mia
Mia Crider competed in the state FFA Quiz Career Development Event at ABAC in Tifton, Ga this past weekend. She qualified for this event after placing second in the area contest In September. She placed third in the state event and will be recognized at the Georgia FFA Convention in April.
Floriculture Contest
Four FFA members competed at the Floriculture Career Development Event at Etowah High School. They placed 3rd out of 28 teams and were one question away from qualifying for the state contest. 
The team consisted of Mia Crider, Rainie Henderson, Jasmine Johnson and Catherine Villatoro. 
In preparation for the contest, the students learned 50 plants and studied plant science. The contest consisted of identifying 25 plants from the list and taking a 25 question test over plant science. 
 
Parent Survey
The Georgia Department of Education has released a survey for parents concerning school climate.  Parents, please click on the link below to take the survey. Thank you for your input.

http://apps.gadoe.org/schoolclimate/parents.nsf/Survey.xsp​
25 Book Challenge Celebration #1
25 Book Challenge Celebration #1
The following students have read at least 5 books toward their 25 book goal.
Congratulations to SMS student Mia Crider.  Her essay won at the Division (state) level for seventh grade.  Her essay was on the topic of "Appomattox:1865" which was submitted in March during her seventh grade year.  Her total monetary win was $150.00 when including the local, district, and division wins.
 
Mia also won second place in the Young Historian's Essay Competition sponsored by Mr. Robert S. Baker, Historian. in conjunction with the Chattooga County Historical Society.  In the absence of Mr. Eugene McGinnis who is out of town, Ms. Cox, Vice President of the local historical society,  will make the monetary (cash) presentation of $75.00 to Mia.  Her topic of choice for the essay was "The Lyerly Dam and Mill".  The objective of the essay contest was to inspire students to become more in-depth researchers of their local history.  Her certificate will follow at a later date. Ms. Debra Osborn is Mia's eighth grade social studies teacher.
Chic-fil-a biscuits will be sold every Thursday morning for $3.
Grandparent's Day 2015




















Visit the new Chattooga County Schools online newspaper. Follow this link http://chattoogasmokesignals.com/
Thanks to the Forresters Group for a grant and the help from teachers and students, SMS now has beautiful landscaping lining the front of the school.
Updated Sports schedules are listed under CMS Athletics on the left side of the page.
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