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Beta Club Awards

MCES Beta Club traveled to Savannah for the state convention. These members competed in 19 categories and placed in 11 categories. All of these members will advance to the National Convention being held this summer in Nashville, TN.

Front row left to right: James Frazier, Brayden Barnes, Jayce Heathcott, Haynes Jackson, Harper Murphey, Reid Murphey

2nd row: Bryson Stowers, Saylor Kelley, Stephanie Hernandez, Brooke Crane, Mallory Woodruff, BayLee Ray, Addi Thompson, Cooper Funk, Olivia Bledsoe, Ryder Rewis, Audrey Whitaker

Back row: Mr. Marc Dunn, Harper Reilly, Emily Roberts, Lane Stanley, Devin McDougald, Owen Rogers, Thaddaeus Ivy, Rachel Anne Godfrey, Evalei Harris-Brodsky, Mrs. Amanda Nix, Mrs. Deticia Oosthuizen

These students earned 2nd Place in Technology for their movie Ready? Set? Beta!

5th grader Harper Murphey earned 3rd Place in ELA

5th grader Mallory Woodruff earned 3rd Place for her painting of the Nacoochee Indian Mound

4th Grader Thaddaeus Ivy earned 4th Place in Math

5th Grader Hannah Moyers won 5th Place in Black and White Photography

4th Grader Reid Murphey and 5th Grader Harper Murphey won 5th Place for 3-Dimensional Design

5th Grader Brooke Crane won 5th Place in Fiber Arts

5th Grader Lane Stanley earned 4th Place in Recyclable Art

In the category of Performing Arts Solo, for her song "How Far I'll Go," 5th grader Evalei Harris-Brodsky earned a Golden Ticket to perform in the Premiere Performance at Nationals

5th grader James Frazier won 1st Place in Color Photography

5th grade student Harper Reilly won 1st Place in Digital Art

5th graders Rachel Anne Godfrey, Audrey Whitaker, and Harper Murphey Won 1st Place for Book Battle

Red Ribbon Week 2021

October 25-29th was Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is the nation's oldest and largest drug prevention campaign. This year's theme was "Drug Free Looks Like Me." Our White County elementary schools promoted awareness with daily themes.

2nd grade teacher Miranda Philyaw and Wyatt Hunter dress up for "Drugs are Old School" by dressing up in 60's and 80's dress.

Courtney Attaway and her Kindergarten class dress up for "Drugs are Old School."

Mrs. Rogers' PreK Class celebrates "My Character Counts" by dressing up as their favorite book or movie characters.

Start With Hello 2021

During the week of September 20th-24th, students and staff of Mossy Creek Elementary School celebrated "Start With Hello Week." Start With Hello is a special week (sponsored by Sandy Hook Promise) designated to make a special effort to reach out and include everyone-- make sure everyone has a friend and someone to talk to.

"Rosie the Riveter" Day in honor of Women's History Month

5th grade students completed their study of the Great Depression and New Deal Unit

100th Day of School

Teachers and students focused on the number 100 and all of the exciting things that can be done with this magical number!

Kindergarten student Sterling Hughes as a veterinarian.

4th grader Audrey Whitaker dresses as an architect.

2nd grader Paisley Grizzle dresses as a law enforcement officer.

Red Ribbon Week 2020

4th graders Zachary Daniels, Brenleigh Verrill, their teacher Mrs. Emily Slay, and Devin McDougald show off their patriotic colors.

Fifth grader, Destiny Wade, dresses like her teacher Mrs. Bartlett.

Nix Pulliam dresses as his 5th grade math teacher, Mrs. Millie Edwards.

Fun with Fractions

Mrs. Fuller's third grade class is exploring fractions.

Sweetheart Dance 2020

Hot Chocolate with Mrs. Whitaker

Students who read over Christmas break got a special treat!

Lunch with the Mayor!

Mayor Shan Ash has lunch with the students on Thursday, November 21st.

The students were winners of the Red Ribbon Week poster and infographic contest.

Lewis and Clark


4th Grade

Taste of Curriculum Night

Trunk or Treat was so much fun!

More Teacakes!

Mr. Laminack we love your book and grandma's teacakes!

Mrs. Fuller's Third Grade Class

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