Sneads Elementary School is consistently an ‘A’ school and their dedication to recognition of special events, holidays, and memorable occasions is nothing short of ‘A’ quality. The month of February was full of celebrations all across the school in recognition of Black History Month.
Mr. Jujuan Clark, Graceville High School Assistant Principal spoke to the third, fourth, and fifth grade students about being successful. Mr. Clark is also a published author of the book, “How to be Successful through the Teenage Years.” The students were very receptive during the time he spent with them.
Nearly 50 students successfully completed the Black History Month A.R. (Accelerated Reader) Challenge. These students were awarded certificates and treats. Sneads also had a coloring contest for Grades K – 2 was held. These students enjoyed a pizza party on Friday, March 3.
In keeping with recognizing Dr. Seuss’ birthday, the Kindergarten and First Grade Special Area classes learned about The Butter Battle Book by Dr. Seuss. They enjoyed bread and honey butter in the library.
ReadQuest! Reading: Your Passport to Everywhere was held on Friday, March 3. The students dressed up as tourists, travelers or their favorite Dr. Seuss or book character. The school was registered to participate in the AR quiz challenge to break last year’s record. A door decorating contest to celebrate and promote reading was held. Winners for the door prizes Mrs. Amber Dickson, 2nd Grade, and Mrs. Aimee Glover, 5th Grade. These two classes will both enjoy a pizza party for their hard work.
Hats off to Sneads Elementary faculty, staff, students, and parents on a job well done.