The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized forty-seven third graders at Austin Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized forty-seven third graders at Austin Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll the second grading periodBUG (Bring Up Grades) is a Kiwanis Service Leadership Program that 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 others.  BUG Honor Roll students receive a certificate with their name and subject(s) they improved, a party with snacks and prizes and a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor RollBUG Honor Roll students in Ms Stagnolia’s class are Travis Gutowski, Breeleigh Henson, Kayanna Hiler, Mya Holder, Ayden Johnson, Kaitlyn Johnson, Kaydance Jones, Ivan Lehman, Allison Mullen, Emma Ousley, Gavin Richey, Kheyn Rodgers and Lorelai Smith.  BUG Honor Roll students in Mr Carr’s class are  Caitlyn Bowling, Nevaeh Caudill, Braylin Coomer, Danny Farnsley, Angelina Fields, Julia Harris and Arabella Napier.  BUG Honor Roll students in Ms Norton’s class are Cale Lamaster, Bryson Engle, Ellie Groenenboom, Katie Hawkins, Bethany Hurtt, Nevaeh Johnson, Sadie Roth, Macey Spicer and Max Mosley.  BUG Honor Roll students in Ms Staschke’s class are Brianna Rodriguez, Magdalyn Billingsley, Gabtriella Hubbard, Katelynn Biesen, Landin Bastin, Lucinda Coy, Brylee Haney, Kendra Gates, Leena Acuna, Peyton Reed, Bailey Prather, Braxtin Ross, Cody Bowling, Daylon Nease, Lavayia Caudill, Madyson Mosier, Trenton Colwell and Staci StringerBUG would not be possible without the generous support of our Kiwanis members.  Thanks to Corporate Member Austin Tri Hawk for sponsoring the BUG Program and thanks to Corporate Member Hampton Oaks for donating the cupcakes for the partyCongratulations to these outstanding students!

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized nineteen third graders at Johnson Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized nineteen third graders at Johnson Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll the second grading periodTo make the BUG (Bring Up Grades) Honor Roll a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any subjects.  BUG is a Kiwanis Service Leadership Program designed to provide incentives to students to improve their grades.  BUG Honor Roll students receive a certificate with their name and subject(s) they improved, snacks, prizes and the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll they receive a BUG T-ShirtBUG Honor Roll students in Ms Meadow’s class are Gaary Dalton Spicer, Clancy Myers, Brianna Milligan, Paige McVey, Rylee Crain and Colton Coomer.  BUG Honor Roll students in Ms Rose’s class are Roman Cherry, Madyson Cornette, Stephen Denison, Dallas Fisher, Kristian Lewis, Jeremy Pavlyik, Ellie Peacock, Caleb Pennington, Jaden Tice and Gabby VanDyke. BUG is made possible by the generous donations of our Kiwanis members. Thanks to Kiwanis Corporate Member Austin Tri Hawk for sponsoring the BUG Program and Kiwanian Doris Marcum for making cupcakes for the BUG Party. Congratulations to each of these outstanding students.

Bobbie Foster from the Scott County 4H spoke at the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club

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Bobbie Foster from the Scott County 4H spoke at the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club weekly meeting at the Roadhouse USA about programs they are conducting with our kidsPictured are from left to right, Shelby Keith, Secretary of the Austin HS Key Club; Bobbie Foster and Kiwanis Secretary Jack McWhirterBobbie works with Kiwanis, Mid America Science Park, Scott County School District One and Scott County School District Two on the Maverick Challenge ProgramOne of our teams from Scott County made it to the Regional again this year.  Work is being done to plan better support for our teams next yearBobbie is a 4H Leader working with our kids on a shooting project, VEX Robotics and a self defense projectThe Kiwanis thanked Bobbie for her work with kids and look forward to working with her on more projects to benefit our kids.

 

Vision Screening Program

Vision Screening ProgramThree years ago the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club conducted a pilot program recommended by Kiwanis International to do vision screening in Scottsburg High SchoolWe learned that vision screening is mandated by the Indiana Department of Education for 1st, 3rd, 5th and 8th grade studentsSCSD2 requested we do screening for the 10th graders to identify any vision issues since the last screening to provide the opportunity to correct so it would not hinder their studies through the remainder of high school.

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