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"We will be a school/district with an unrelenting focus on learning. All students are expected to succeed; failure is not an option."
Celeste Scarborough of the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service is currently working with the 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders at L.F. Henderson Intermediate School on SNAP Education. SNAP stands for Smart Nutrition, Active People. The programs are designed to have at least 5 nutrition education sessions with the students this year.
The curriculum this year is "Pick a Better Snack". Pick A Better Snack focuses on nutrition education about fruits and vegetables. Each month the lesson will highlight a fruit or vegetable, the nutrition behind that fruit or vegetable and discuss the reason we all need to eat a wide variety of colors of fruits and vegetables each day. During each lesson the children get to taste test the fruits and vegetables. In September, they tasted fresh sliced zucchini and tomatoes with a side of low-fat ranch dressing. For October, they tasted red, green, and purple grapes.
Congratulations to Ashdown High School Senior Kennedy Cook on being crowned AHS Homecoming Queen during Coronation Ceremonies on Friday, October 30th in the Parker Gymnasium. Meghan Brown was Maid of Honor. The ceremonies were moved into the gym due to inclement weather.
2015-16 Skills club officers:
President, Amee Parker
Vice President, Jaylonia Cook
Secretary, Emily Hulen
Treasurer, Madison Swilley
Reporter, Kaylee Silva
Parliamentarian, Isaac Cross
Historian Casie Greeson