Bug 2014-2015

 

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club hosted a BUG Party at Austin ES at the end of the third grading period to recognize forty-eight third graders for bringing up their grades.  Five of those students were in Mrs Anderson’s class.  Recognized on the BUG Honor Roll were Gunner Howard, Trinity Stamper, Christopher Lewis, Rebecca Thomas and Makinzi Stamper.  BUG is a Kiwanis signature program to provide incentives to students who improve at least one grade in at least one subject and don’t go down in any others.  One hundred and nine students were recognized in four elementary schools in Scott County.  BUG is made possible by community support.  BUG T-Shirts were provided by Morgan Foods and the Scott County Youth Grantmaking Council.  Cookies were provided by the Scott County State Bank, ice cream was provided by Scott Villa and candies for treat bags were provided by CVS.

 

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized forty-eight third grade students at Austin ES for improving their grades the third grading period.  Six of those students were from Mrs Brock’s class.  Recognized on the BUG Honor Roll are Ciara Jones, Byron Worley, Hailey Hurt, Alyssa Spicer, Danielle Hall and Victoria Smith.  BUG is a Kiwanis signature program is an academic incentive program designed to recognize students who improve at least one grade in at least one subject and don’t go down in any others.  This is the first year for the BUG Program in Austin ES.  This is the fourth year the program has been sponsored in Scott County.  Other schools participating are Lexington, Johnson and Scottsburg Elementary Schools.  BUG is made possible by the support of community sponsors.  BUG T-Shirts are provided by Morgan Foods and the Scott County Youth Grantmaking Council.  Cookies were provided by the Scott County State Bank, ice cream by Scott Villa and candies for the treat bags by CVS.  Vienna Findley ES will participate next school year.

 

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The Scottburg Kiwanis Club recognized forty-eight students in Mrs Coomer’s third grade class at Austin ES at the end of the third grading period for improving their grades.  Students who improved at least one grade in at least one subject and didn’t drop in any other subjects were recognized on the BUG Honor Roll.  Luke Brush, Danika Davidson, Jaxon Konkler, Jenna Jennings, Shelby Stidham, Nicholas Williams, Alexis Wilson, Katrina Pierce, Eleanor Morris, Joceline Clay and David Waters were recognized with certificates indicating what subject(s) they improved, a BUG T-Shirt for the first time making the BUG Honor Roll, treats and prizes at a party hosted by the Kiwanis.  BUG is a Kiwanis signature program designed to help students improve their grades by providing incentives.  BUG is made possible by community sponsors such as Morgan Foods and the Scott County Youth Grantmaking Council who provided the BUG T-Shirts and the Scott County State Bank who provided the cookies, Scott Villa who provided the ice cream and CVS who provided candies for the treat bags.  This is the first year Kiwanis have partnered with Austin ES with the BUG Program.

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized forty-eight third grade students at Austin ES at the end of the third grading period for improving their grades.  The twelve students in Mrs Fugate’s class to make the BUG Honor Roll are Carl Bolling, Reagan Needler, Evelyn Ousley, Mollie Price, Maddy Stallings, Danni Dean, Dallas Fox, Malaki Mcintosh, Kylie Reed, Krystal Simon, Casey Cochenour and Davon Marshall.  BUG Honor Roll students must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any others.  BUG is a Kiwanis signature program to provide incentives to students to improve their grades.  Students receive a certificate identifying the subject they improved in, a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll, treats and prizes at a party provided by the Kiwanis Club.  The  BUG Program is made possible by community sponsors.  BUG T-Shirts are provided by Morgan Foods and the Scott County Youth Grantmaking Council.  The Scott County State Bank provide cookies, Scott Villa provided ice cream and CVS provided candy for the treat bags.

 

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized one hundred and nine students for improving their grades the end of the third grading period in Scott County.  Forty-eight of those students were in the third grade classes at Austin ES.  Students who improved at least one grade and didn’t go down in any other subjects were recognized on the BUG Honor Roll.  Mrs Stamper’s BUG Honor Roll students are pictured:  Reece Dosso, Brayden Furnish, Ashley Rice, Joey Trejo, Elijah Colwell, Avairy Mullen, McKenzie Napier, Hunter Wick, Shelby Williams, Devin Nease, Angelina Carver, Rikkia Carver, Tyson Dean and Jason Sipe.  BUG Honor Roll students are presented a certificate identifying what they improved in, a BUG T-Shirt for the first time making the BUG Honor Roll, treats and prizes at a party provided by the Kiwanis Club.  This is the first year the Kiwanis have partnered with Austin ES in the BUG Program.  BUG is a Kiwanis signature program to provide incentives to students to improve their grades.  The BUG Program is made possible by community sponsors:  BUG T-Shirts are provided by Morgan Foods and the Scott County Youth Grantmaking Council.  The Scott County State Bank provided cookies, Scott Villa provided ice cream and CVS provided candy for the treat bags.

 

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The Kiwanis recognized 38 students at Scottsburg ES for making the BUG Honor Roll by improving their grades the third grading period.  BUG stands for Bring Up Grades and is a Kiwanis signature program to provide incentives to 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.  Pictured are students from Mrs Bagwell’s class which placed 14 students on the BUG Honor Roll:  Allison Davis, Hailey Doss, Aidyn Hurd, Merdedith Slaton, Emma Spaulding, Rylee Miles, Hailey Schafer, Allison Treadway, Jace Watson, Alyssa Green, Trenton McCulloch, Bryton Richey, Dylan Roberts and Blake Criswell.  Pictured with the students are Kiwanian L.L. Lowry and David Wilson, President.  The BUG Program is made possible with the community support of sponsors.  The BUG T-Shirts were provided by Morgan Foods and the Scott County Youth Grantmaking Council.  Scott County State Bank provided cookies, Scott Villa provided ice cream and CVS provided candy for the treat bags.

 

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized thirty-eight third graders with the award of the BUG Honor Roll at Scottsburg ES.  Thirteen students in Mrs Reynold’s class were recognized:  Trey Bright, Emily Gladden, Johna Graham, Sadie Hazelwood, Chelsea Pence, Devin Rieman, Victoria Smith, Rhiannon Waldon, Haleigh Waters, Dalton Whobrey, Nevaeh McGhee, Kaleigh Ashabranner and Caden Wilkerson.  Pictured with the students are Kiwanians L.L. Lowry and club President David Wilson.  BUG is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to elementary student to improve their grades.  To make the BUG Honor Roll, a student must improve at least one grade in at lease one subject and not go down in any other subject.  BUG Honor Roll students are recognized with a certificate of their achievement, prizes, refreshments and a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll.  BUG is made possible by community sponsors.  BUG T-Shirts provided by Morgan Foods and the Scott County Youth Grantmaking Council.  Scott County State Bank provided cookies, Scott Villa provided ice cream and CVS provided candy for the treat bags.

 

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized thirty-eight third graders at Scottsburg ES at the end of the third grading period.  Eleven students from Mrs Miner’s class earned their place on the BUG Honor Roll by bringing up their grades.  Recognized were Jaxon Barnett, Kody Clancy, Lauren Stidham, Brady Weir, Maggie Cozart, Liam Kynion, Luke Stidham, Giulia Lewis, Samantha Garland, Bryce Monroe and Jenna Juntunen Pictured with the students are Kiwanians L.L. Lowry and President David Wilson.  BUG is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to elementary school students to improve their grades.  Students are rewarded with certificates, prizes, refreshments and a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll.  This is the second year for the BUG Program at Scottsburg ES.  BUG is made possible by the support of our community sponsors.  BUG T-Shirts provided by Morgan Foods and the Scott County Youth Grantmaking Council.  Cookies provided by the Scott County State Bank, ice cream by Scott Villa and candy for the treat bags provided by CVS.

 

 

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The Kiwanis recognized eleven third grade students on the BUG Honor Roll at Johnson ES.

The Kiwanis recognized eleven third grade students on the BUG Honor Roll for bringing up their grades the third grading period at Johnson ES.  BUG is a Kiwanis signature program that provides incentives to students who bring up at least one grade in at least one subject and don’t go down in any other subjects.  This is the third year the Kiwanis and Johnson ES have partnered in the BUG Program.  BUG Honor Roll students for the third grading period are:  Aubree Couch, Langdon Holbrook, Josh Brunck, Braden Hibbard, Caden Richardson, Sydney Mayer, Mayson  Cutter, Abigail Acton, Evan Ambers, Arwen Glover, and Austin Smith.  The Kiwanis are proud of these scholars for their hard work.  The BUG Program is made possible in Scott County by Morgan Foods, Ponderosa, Subway, Scott County State Bank, Hickory Creek Nursing Home and the Youth Grantmaking Council.  The BUG Program is one part of the Communities That Care Action Plan to improve graduation rates in Scott County.  Check out the Scottsburg Kiwanis website to learn more.

 

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Kiwanis Recognize BUG Honor Roll Students at Lexington ES

Twelve students from the third grade at Lexington ES were honored for improving their grades the third grading period with recognition on the BUG Honor Roll.  BUG stands for Bringing Up Grades and is a Kiwanis signature program to provide incentives to students who improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not going down in any other grades.   This is the fourth year the Kiwanis and Lexington ES have partnered in the BUG Program.  BUG Honor Roll students for the third grading period are:  Leah Shuler, Kaylea Torrance, Kendra Shuler, Rebecca Roll, Madison Hanger, Tessa Yates, Ashia Alcorn, Raeann Baker, Robert Moore, Cameron Osborne, Savanah Watson, and Samantha Wells.  Congratulations to these scholars!  The BUG Program is made possible in Scott County through the support of Morgan Foods, Ponderosa, Scott County State Bank, Hickory Creek Nursing Home, Subway and the Youth Grantmaking Council.

 

 

Johnson Elementary School Bug Honor Roll – Second Period 2014-2015

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club celebrated the end of the second grading period with students from Johnson Elementary School who improved their grades and were recognized by being placed on the BUG Honor Roll.  BUG is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to students to bring up their grades.  Students at Johnson ES who earned this recognition were Tanner Best, Mayson Cutter, Gage Keeling, Sydney Mayer, Caden Richardson, Josh Brunck, Aubree Couch, Breanna Couch, Wyatt Crawford, Braden Hensley, Braden Hibbard, Langdon Holbrook, James LaMaster and Jacob Manthei.  This is the third year for the BUG Program at Johnson ES.  BUG would not be possible without the support of our sponsors, Morgan Foods, the Youth Grantmaking Council, Subway, Ponderosa, Hickory Creek, and Hampton Oaks.  Congratulations to these students and the one hundred eleven students in four schools who improved their grades!

 

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BUG stands for Bringing Up Grades and has been hosted by Johnson ES for three years.  A team of Kiwanis members served refreshments, handed out certificates and prizes, and presented BUG T-Shirts to the first time BUG Honor Roll Students.  Braden Hibbard, James LaMaster and Gage Keeling received their BUG T-Shirts.  Terry Davis, a Kiwanis member and the DNR at Hardy Lake managing the Raptor Center.  Terry brought a couple of Screech Owls to give a presentation to the students.  The raptors are always a hit with the students.  BUG is one of the Kiwanis Service Leadership Programs sponsored by the Scottsburg Kiwanis in Scott County. Congratulations to these students.

 

Scottsburg Elementary School Honor Roll – Second Grading Period 2014-2015

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Students from Scottsburg ES were recognized by the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club for making the BUG Honor Roll the second grading period.  BUG stands for Bringing Up Gtrades.  These students improved their grades and were placed on the BUG Honor Roll, received certificates for their achievements, and provided prizes and cupcakes in recognition for their hard work.  Pictured are BUG Honor Roll students from Mrs Reynold’s class:  Dalton Whobrey, Brandon Smith, Austin Purcell, Chase Borders, Trey Bright, Haleigh Waters, Johna Graham, Sadie Hazelwood, Rhiannon Waldon, Nevaeh McGhee, Isaiah Mullins, Victoria Smith, and Zachary Taylor.  Congratulations to these students from our sponsors, Morgan Foods, Youth Grantmaking Council, Ponderosa, Subway, Hickory Creek and Hampton Oaks.

 

Scottsburg Elementary School Bug Honor Roll – Second Grading Period 2014-2015

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Kiwanis members recognized students from Scottsburg ES by placing them on the BUG Honor Roll for improving their grades the second grading period.  BUG stands for Bringing Up Grades and is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives t third graders for academic growth.  Pictured are students from Mrs Bagwell’s classwho received certificates for improvement, refreshments and prizes:  Allison Davis, Ava Lytle, Bryton Richey, Hailey Schafer, Meredith Slaton, Emma Spaulding, and Allison Treadway.  To qualify for the BUG Honor Roll, students must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down any grades in any other subject.  Congratulations to these winners!  The BUG Program is brought to Scott County by the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club, Morgan Foods, Youth Grantmaking Council, Ponderosa, Subway, Hampton Oaks and Hickory Creek!

 

Austin Elementary School Bug Honor Roll – Second Grading Period 2014-2015

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club hosted a BUG Party for third graders at Austin ES who made the BUG Honor Roll the second grading period.  This is the first year the Kiwanis and Austin ES have partnered in the BUG Program.  Fifty-eight students in the third grade at Austin ES made the BUG Honor Roll this grading period.  BUG Honor Roll students are from Mrs Coomer’s class:  Alexis Wilson, Nicholas Williams, Avery Vines, Shelby Stidham, Katrina Pierce, Eleanor Morris, Jaxon Konkler, Jenna Jennings, Danika Davidson, Joceline Clay, Eli Caudill, and Luke Brush.  From Mrs Stamper’s class:  Elijah Colwell, Reese Dosso, Braydon Furnish, Avariy Mullan, McKenzie Napier, Devin Nease, Ashley Rice, Shayanna Stoner, Joey Trejo, Hunter Wick, and Shelby Williams.  From Mrs Anderson’s class:  Ysabella Acosta, Nicholas Bautista, Damien Biessen, Caleb Bowling, Sierra Clark, Braxton Coulter, Leif Hacker, Christopher Lewis, Cameron Reed, Emma Wicker, Gunner Howard, and Bryce Lawless.  From Mrs Fugate’s class:  Carl Boling, Krystal Simon, Casey Cochenour, Jayce Spicer, Danni Dean, Dallas Fox, Davon Marshall, Sierra Fitch, Malaki McIntosh, Reagan Needler, Evelynn Ousley, Maddy Stallings, Mollie Price, and Kylie Reed.  And from Mrs Brock’s class:  Braylee Hall, Hailey Hurt, Abby Madden, Angel Riley, Ciara Jones, Cole Thomas, Leala Langdon, Ellee Noble, and Byron Worley.   BUG stands for Bringing Up Grades.  Students who improve at least one grade in at least one subject and don’t go down in any grades in any other subject are recognized on the BUG Honor Roll and provided a certificate, refreshments, BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll and prizes.  One hundred eleven students in four schools made the BUG Honor Roll this grading period.  Special thanks to Stacie Skinner and C3BB for printing all the BUG Certificates.  Congratulations to these students for improving their grades and making the BUG Honor Roll!

 

Vienna Finley ES Agrees to Host BUG Program in Fall

Vienna Finley ES Agrees to Host BUG Program in Fall (http://www.scsd2.k12.in.us/viennafinleyelementary_home.aspx)
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club will partner with Vienna Finley Elementary School to host the BUG Program beginning in the 2015-16 school year.  Meetings between Kiwanis members, the Vienna Finley school principal and third grade teachers resulted in the agreement.  Third grade teachers Angie Thomas and Julia Lucas met with Kiwanis President David Wilson, Service Leadership Program Committee Chair Bunny South and Secretary Al RIggle to hear the proposal and approve hosting the program.  The BUG Program stands for Bringing Up Grades and is an academic incentive program which the Kiwanis hope will result in higher graduation rates in high school over the long run.  The program in Scott County is four years old and is currently hosted by Lexington, Johnson, Scottsburg and Austin Elementary Schools.  To be recognized on the BUG Honor Roll, students must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any grades in any other subjects.  Students are awarded a certificate identifying what they subject they improved, a BUG T-Shirt, prizes, and refreshments.  The parties are held after each grading period.  There are approximately 60 students in the third grade at Vienna ES.  This will bring the total number of students in the BUG Program in Scott County to 300.  The Kiwanis Club believes the best way to improve a community is to improve the kids in that community.  The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club welcomes Vienna Finley Elementary School into the BUG Partnership.  The BUG Program is made possible by the sponsorship of Morgan Foods, Youth Grantmaking Council, C3BB, Subway, Ponderosa, Hickory Creek and Hampton Oaks.

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