SES (Scottsburg Elementary School) BUG Party

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized forty third graders at Scottsburg Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll the first grading periodBUG (Bring Up Grades) is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives for third graders to improve their grades.  To make the BUG Honor Roll a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any other subjects.  BUG Honor Roll students are thrown a party, presented a certificate that identifies the subject(s) they improved, a BUG t-shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll, snacks and prizesBUG Honor Roll students in Ms Reynolds’ class are Gavin Curley, Jacob Green, Landon Head, Jayden Richie, Adylin Robinson, Hannah Roy, Kendall Skirvin, Destiny Ward and Kailey WilfongBUG Honor Roll students in Ms Bagwell’s class are Emersyn Burch, Sofia Deirth, Kyndall Dickerson, Zachary Kukuk, Bryson Madden, Gannon Mays, Elijah Moffatt, Brody Moon, Taylar Neal, Peyton Owens, Trenton Sage, Amelia Tedrow, Caydence Teltow, Trinity Ulery and Hunter Waggoner.   BUG Honor Roll students in Ms Beverly’s class are Julie Cato, Annie Davis, Leo Day, Abbi Grimm, Temiah Hamilton, Addison Henry, Elizabeth Hunt, Gavin Jones, Sophie Jorden, Gavin Lisanby, Wyatt Minton, Samuel Powers, Abby Rone, Jayden Rooks, Clinton Stice and Kiley Tungett.  Cookies were provided by Kiwanis Corporate Member Lake Pointe VillageThe BUG Program is made possible by the sponsorship of Kiwanis Corporate Member Austin Tri Hawk.  Congratulations to each of these outstanding students.  The BUG Honor Roll is presented each grading period.

 

Twenty-one third graders at Scottsburg Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club hosted a party for twenty-one third graders at Scottsburg Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll the third grading periodBUG, which stands for Bring Up Grades, is a Kiwanis signature program which provides incentives to students to improve their grades.  To make the BUG Honor Roll, a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any other subjects.  BUG Honor Roll students receive a certificate identifying the subject(s) they improved, a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll, snacks and prizes at a party thrown for them at the schoolBUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Bagwell’s class are Elyse Amick, Simon Lizenby, Abigail Lytle, Kylan Owens, Luke Hamilton and Wyatt Vernon.  BUG Honor Roll students in Ms Treadway’s class are Emily Blevins, Clyde Cooper, Taylor Divine, Eli Everage, Malia Green, Christian Mayo, Patrick Ostrander, Shyanne Robbins, Jordan Ward and Ashton White.  BUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Reynolds class are Gavin Ashby, Ella Copple, Joe Hall, Jackie Hayes and Bella RamoniBUG is made possible through the sponsorship of Kiwanis Corporate member Austin Tri HawkCongratulations to these outstanding students!

 

Scottsburg ES Bug Party

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized 116 third graders in Scott County for making the BUG Honor Roll the end of the second grading periodTo make the BUG Honor Roll (Bring Up Grades) the students must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any other subjects.  Students earning this recognition are provided a party, a certificate identifying the subject(s) they improved, snacks, prizes and a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll This grading period, twenty-nine students at Scottsburg Elementary School improved their gradesBUG Honor Roll students in Ms Treadway’s class are Isiah Diaz, Carter Eadens, Eli Everage, Christian Mayo, Breleigh Pennington, Sam Sullivan, Jordan Ward, Ashton White and Patrick OstranderBUG Honor Roll students in Ms Reynolds class are Gavin Ashby, Christina Bailon, Lakyn Brown, Ethan Cash, Ella Copple, Joe Hall, Jackie Hayes, Cassidy Innie, Charles Reynolds, Camden Vest and Nate Waters BUG Honor Roll students in Ms Bagwell’s class are Elyse Amick, Simon Lizenby, Abigail Lytle, Kylan Owens, Victoria Butler, Kayden Heil, Avereigh Ortega, John Taylor-Lang and Wyatt VernonPictured with the students are Kiwanis corporate members Mike Murry (Austin Tri Hawk) and Mike Everett (Scott Memorial Hospital).  Congratulations to each of these students for their hard work and success this grading period.  The BUG Program is made possible by the sponsorship of Austin Tri Hawk who also provided the snacks.   BUG is an academic incentive program provided by the Kiwanis Club in partnership with Scott County School Districts 1 &  2.

 

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized forty third graders at Scottsburg Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll the first grading period.

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized forty third graders at Scottsburg Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll the first grading period.  BUG (Bring Up Grades) is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to students to improve their grades.  To make the BUG Honor Roll a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any other subjectsBUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Reynolds class are Gavin Ashby, Annie Davis, Lakyn Brown, Luke Brown, Ethan Cash, Jackie Hayes, Ella Copple, Payton Mulley, Charles Reynolds, Camden Vest and Nate WatersBUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Treadway’s class are Hannah Burr, Clyde Cooper, Hayden Couch, Isiah Diaz, Taylor Divine, Carter Eadens, Eli Everage, Malia Green, Matthew Kelley, Christian Mayo, James Kerr, Kevin Morris, Breleigh Pennington, Kaylee Seebauer, Sam Sullivan, Jordan Ward, Ashton White and Casandra WilliamsBUG Honor Roll members from Mrs Bagwell’s class are Elyse Amick, Braxton Barger, Kayden Heil, Bryson Hood, Logan Kendall, Aurora Kynion, Simon Lizenby, Avereigh Ortega, Jordan Smith, Abigail Lytle and Kylan OwensThe BUG Program is made possible by the generous support of our sponsor, Kiwanis corporate member Austin Tri Hawk.  Refreshments were provided by Ponderosa.  Congratulations to these outstanding students.