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The 3rd grade class attended an Ag Tour at the Unity Center on Wednesday, October 19th. The students were able to watch a mini cotton gin run and learn about cotton. Crop and livestock booths with education on our local commodities as well as a food and nutrition booth was present. A mobile dairy was at the Ag Tour, which was a favorite among the students. The students learned about . . .
FISD Juniors and Seniors attended the South Plains Career Expo on Tuesday, October 18th. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to visit different colleges, organizations, and career representatives. There were lots of booths set up throughout the Lubbock Civic Center. Each booth had handouts and in some booths, hands-on experience. “It was an amazing opportunity and I am so happy our kiddos were able to experience . . .
The 8 th grade Project Based Learning students have been learning about the history of archery and how to shoot a bow and arrow. The class studied the motion of an arrow and how to change the angle and projection. Mrs. Glass took pictures of each student shooting their bows and arrows. Next she will have them measure the angles using protractors on smart notebooks and determine what kind of triangle was formed in . . .
The Floydada I.S.D. Board met on Tuesday, October 11th and recognized the following students and staff for their efforts to make education the best it can be. Each month the staff selects students that exemplify education at its best and those students are recognized at the monthly school board meeting. The elementary students recognized were Kyler Gillespie and Janeisi Garza both 5th graders . . .
On Saturday, October 8th, students from Area 4, Region 1’s Business Professionals of America chapter attended the 2 nd Annual Fall Leadership Conference. During FLC, students from both Floydada and Paducah’s chapters participated in various teambuilding and leadership activities at Plains Baptist Assembly. The conference kicked off with students first putting their bravery to the test by zip lining down the . . .
Floydada ISD teamed up with Hale Center ISD on a mission to raise money for cancer research. On Friday, October 7 th, during half time of the varsity football game, these two districts turned over their donations to the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Fundraisers such as Kiss the Pig, Hat Day, Hour Lunch, and Penny War were big contributions to the money raised. The two schools also sold Pink Out t-shirts that . . .
A.B. Duncan’s first Character Counts Pep Rally of the 2016-2017 school year was a success. Lots of recognition and prizes were given to students who have shown good character during the first 6 weeks of school. Those who won prizes, were recognized in any way, or were chosen to be a leader are shown in the group picture. The focus was Trustworthiness and many students showed good character by being trustworthy 6 . . .
“Yesterday we celebrated something I hope becomes a tradition for us. We received our ratings from TEA and Duncan Elementary has Met Standard on all four indices in Accountability. Not only did we meet the standard but we also had a Distinction in Top 25% Student Progress. What this distinction means is as compared to 40 other schools just like us, we were in the top 10. We are very pleased with this accomplishment . . .
October 18th, 2016
October 24th, 2016
Partnering for the 2016-2017 school year.
October 24th - 28th
Community Eligibility Provision
2016 - 2017
Approved by the School Board for 2016-2017
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