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FBLA Has State Qualifiers
The Future Business Leaders of America held the District 7 competition at Central Florida Community College last Friday. Eight Cedar Key members attended the competition. Joseph Bishop and Miranda Haire participated in Business Calculations, Zoë Stuber participated in Impromptu Speaking, and two teams from Cedar Key participated in Entrepreneurship. Hunter Cannon, Lacy Coulter, and Jacob Crosby made up the first team and the second team consisted of Lindsay Edmunds and Michelle DiMaggio.
Out of all the competitors from Cedar Key School, Joseph Bishop and Zoë Stuber qualified to go on the state conference in Orlando sometime in April. They both placed first in their events. Cedar Key’s Entrepreneurship teams also placed third and fourth in the district. Miranda Haire placed sixth in her event.
Second NINE WEEKS OF THE 2008 - 2009 SCHOOL YEAR
HONOR ROLL ALL ‘A's and ‘B's
6th Grade Honor Roll:
7th Grade Honor Roll:
8th Grade Honor Roll:
Upcoming School Dates for February 12th-27th
By Jessi Robinson
Today, February 12th- USA’s 16th President, Abraham Lincoln’s 200th birthday.
Friday, February 13th- FFEA delivers Valentine’s Day Carnations.
Saturday, February 14th–Valentine’s Day.
Monday, February 16th – No School, President’s Day.
Tuesday, February 17th- Home Softball, Baseball games, 4:30.
Friday, February 20th- Baseball game, Away at 7-Rivers 4:30.
Monday-Friday, February 23rd-27th- National FFA Week
Tuesday, February 24th- Home Softball, Baseball games 5:00.
Thursday, February 26th- Make-It Take-It 6:30, Track Away at Branford, 3:30.
Friday, February 27th- Baseball, Softball games, Away at Meadowbrook 4:30.
Can Students Make the Difference?
By Alicia Lambert
This past week, fifth grade has been writing letters to our new President Barack Obama, which were mailed out on February 5th. Mrs. Janeice Smith and her students have been following the election, all the way up until the inauguration, and taking notes on important issues that they would like to discuss.
The students wrote letters about issues that were important to them, and things they would like fixed. Some topics were war, unemployment, the environment, energy, education, health care, the economy, and homeless people. The students also drew mind portraits, which was a drawing of our President with words written on his forehead. The words drawn on his head are supposed to represent what he is thinking when he reads the letters. The students and their teacher, Mrs. Janeice, have been working very hard on this project and are hoping to get a response back.
LASC Goes Green
By Sarah Martin
Levy Area Student Council had a meeting on February 4th in Chiefland to discuss the agenda for next year. While members were there, they planted flowers in window boxes for the retirement home. The boxes were an idea to “go green” as a service project and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The plants were specially selected to filter the most harmful gases out of the air.
It was on of the four meetings that will take place this year. LASC is the county wide student government. Each school’s student government takes a turn hosting meetings at one of the four schools in the county.