The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club and its newest partner in the BUG Program, Austin Elementary School celebrated the achievements of third graders who improved their grades the first grading period. Forty-one students were recognized for making the BUG Honor Roll at a party hosted by the Kiwanians at the school. BUG stands for Bringing Up Grades and is an incentive program to reward third graders for bringing up their grades. Students who made the BUG Honor Roll are Carl Boling, Reagan Needler, Evelynn Ousley, Mollie Price, Maddy Stallings, Edgar Espada, Danni Dean, Dallas Fox, Malaki McIntosh, Kylie Reed, Krystal Simon, Ciara Jones, Ellee Noble, Byron Worley, Leala Langdon, Reece Dosso, Brayden Furnish, Ashley Rice, Shayanna Stoner, Joey Trejo, Elijah Colwell, Avairy Mullen, McKenzie Napier, Hunter Wick, Shelby Williams, Emma Wicker, Leif Hacker, Damien Biesen, Bryce Lawless, Gunner Howard,Trinity Stamper, Luke Brush, Danika Davidson, Jaxon Konkler, Eli Caudill, Braeden Hall, Jenna Jennings, Shelby Stidham, Eleanor Vernon, Nicholas Williams and Alexis Wilson. Austin BUG Honor Roll students are pictured below by class. The first picture is Mrs Stamper’s class. Second picture is Mrs Brock’s class, third is Mrs Fugate’s class, fourth is Mrs Anderson’s class and fifth is Mrs Coomer’s class. Congratulations to each of these students for their hard work improving their grades. The Kiwanis are honored to have the opportunity to work with the teachers and students at Austin ES. The BUG Program wouldn’t be possible without the support of Morgan Foods, Hickory Creek, the Youth Grantmaking Council, Millie Cooper, Sonya Mastin and Betty Clark.
Johnson Elementary School
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club celebrated the end of the first grading period with four BUG parties to recognize those students who improved their grades and made the BUG Honor Roll. One hundred twenty four students at four schools were recognized. These pictures are from the BUG Party at Johnson Elementary School. Students recognized for making the BUG Honor Roll are Aubree Couch, Breanna Couch, Langdon Holbrook, Bryson Albus, Josh Brunck, Wyatt Crawford, Abagail Gudgel, Jacob Manthei, Laci Salyers, Braden Hensley, Hunter Riley, Caden Richardson, Sydney Mayer, Annabelle Michaelson, Mayson Cutter, Justin Craig, and Tanner Best. BUG is a Kiwanis signature program to provide incentives to students to bring up their grades. It stands for Bringing Up Grades. This is the third year for the BUG program at Johnson ES. The way the program works is if a student improves at least one grade in at least one subject and doesn’t drop any grades in any other subject, that student is recognized on the BUG Honor Roll. These students receive a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll, receive a certificate identifying what they improved in, receive prizes and treats at the party hosted by the Kiwanis. The BUG Program is made possible by the support of our sponsors, Morgan Foods, Hickory Creek, the Youth Grantmaking Council, Millie Cooper, Sonya Mastin, and Betty Clark. Congratulations to these students.
Lexington Elementary School
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club implemented the Bringing Up Grades Program at Lexington Elementary School four years ago as part of a strategic plan in partnership with Communities That Care to improve grades in our elementary schools to help improve graduation rates over the long term. Kiwanians hosted a BUG Party at Lexington ES to celebrate the end of the first grading period for the fourth year and recognized seventeen students for improving their grades. Students recognized for making the BUG Honor Roll were Leah Shuler, hannah Sipe, Leah South, Kaylea Torrance, Kendra Shuler, Tyler Cahill, Rebecca Roll, Bailey Hurtt, Ashia Alcorn, Raeann Baker, Willow Carver, Caitlin Chandler, Sonya Johnson, Robert Moore, Cameron Osborne, Savanah Watson, and Samantha Wells. The BUG Program is a Kiwanis signature program that provides incentive to third grade 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 a grade in any other subject. Students who make the BUG Honor Roll receive a BUG T-shirt fhe first time, a certificate identifying what subject they improved, treats and prizes. Four schools participate in the program this year, Lexington, Johnson, Scottsburg and Austin. Out of 240 students in the third grade in these schools, 125 made the BUG Honor Roll. The BUG Program would not be possible without our sponsors, Morgan Foods, HIckory Creek, the Youth Grantmaking Council, Millie Cooper, Sonya Mastin and Betty Clark. Congratulations to those students who made the BUG Honor Roll! The Kiwanis recognize students for their achievements each grading period.
Scottsburg Elementary School
“The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized forty-five third graders at Scottsburg Elementary School at the end of the first grading period for bringing their grades up. Pictured are BUG Honor Roll students from Mrs Bagwell’s class. BUG stands for Bringing Up Grades and is a Kiwanis signature program to provide incentives for students to improve their grades. If a student improves at least one grade in at least one subject and doesn’t go down any grades in any other subjects, they are recognized for making the BUG Honor Roll. BUG Honor Roll students from Mrs Bagwell’s class are Emma Spaulding, Rylee Miles, Hailey Schafer, Allison Treadway, Colton Bottorff, Jace Watson, Alyssa Green, Alyssa Spicer, Ava Lytle, Trenton McCulloch, Hayden Smith, Bryton Richey, and Dylon Roberts. BUG Honor Roll students receive a BUG T-shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll, a certificate, prizes and a party to include such things as cookies, pizza or ice cream. BUG sponsors include Morgan Foods, Hickory Creek, the Youth Grantmaking Council, Millie Cooper, Sonya Mastin, and Betty Clark. Congratulations to these BUG Honor Roll students.“