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4th Annual STEM Olympiad

Pyron Elementary joined eleven other schools in the region to compete in the 4th Annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Olympiad on November 14 and 15. Each third and fourth grade team was given an engineering challenge to design, build, and test on site. The challenges were a catapult, marble roller coaster, mystery STEM, water filtration, straw bridge, and robotics. For the first time this year, second grade attended. Second grade attended an Ozobot training to learn about programming a robot. Pyron third grade catapult team place first in accuracy and design. The water filtration team placed first for design, and the robotics team placed third. On the second day, Pyron fourth grade straw bridge team place second in the straw bridge and second in the robotics alternate bracket.
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Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

Little Rock, Ark. – Childhood lead poisoning is considered to be the most preventable environmental disease among young children; yet, approximately half a million children in the United States have blood lead levels above 5 micrograms per deciliter, the level at which Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says public health actions should start. In 2016, there were 189 children in Arkansas reported to have blood lead levels above 5 micrograms per deciliter.
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Thank you Tyson Foods, Inc. for awarding the Clarksville School District English As a Second Language Department a $15,000 grant for the purchase of Imagine Learning. This research-based language and literacy program features interactive content to instructionally differentiate for each student. Imagine Learning also empowers teachers with immediate, actionable data while creating access to the CCSS and other intervention resources. Thank you Tyson Foods, Inc.! We’re excited about this investment in our community.
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Thank you to all of our PROJECT MENTOR volunteers for your time and commitment to serve our students. You make a difference!

John Payne
Sonja McCuen
Cody Black
Rhonda Mefford
Mark Watkins
Duane Motsenbocker
Sue Kinsey
Carol McDearmon
Tabitha Baker
Maxine Motsenbocker
Paula Mace
Lisa Nubbie
Colleen Rodonski
Aleah Duff
Gina Hemund
Madison Nowotny
Nancy Sepulveda
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The annual Veteran’s Day Assembly, sponsored by KMS faculty/staff/students, will be Friday, November 10th.

Registration and refreshments start at 8:30 in the Fine Arts Auditorium Lobby.

Procession of Veterans into the auditorium is at 9:00.

I hope you will be able to attend, either as a Veteran, or as an audience member to show your support of our Veterans.

All Veterans are welcome.
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Clarksville High School Agriculture Mum Sale!

Chrysanthemums will be available at the High School Agriculture department starting this week! We have large & small pots of mums in a variety of colors. The mums in large pots sell for $12 each & the mums in small pots sell for $6 until all are gone. Come by the agriculture building any time from 8 to 3:30 daily to pick your plant or delivery is available. Thank you for your support!
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