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Aikin Elementary Socrates students sent gift boxes to soldiers in Afghanistan as part of their Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday service project. The students have learned that Dr. King was an advocate for peace and freedom. Their letters expressed their appreciation for the sacrifices made daily by our military for us to be able to have the freedoms that we enjoy in our country.
Front row (left to right): Reece Reavis, Sophie Stone, Grace Lowry, Brook Patrick; Middle row: Monica Garcia and Anlyn Newberry; Back row: Jordyn Anthony, J’Nyria Jefferson, Makina Cass, Aydan Jones, Austin Earley, Johnathan Young
Front row (left to right): Shravya Singh, Ava Tidwell, Ella Ryan Harper, Madi Meyer, Bria Randall
Back row: Preston Harper, Christian Wilson, Alex Zarza, Abby Perry, Sophia Hamer, Cameron Powell
Justiss 3rd and 4th grade Socrates students recently created brain models and recyclable inventions for a Future Problem Solving activity.
Students discuss the cost of developing their futuristic solution and how their recyclable invention solves the issue of concern.
Displaying their brain models as part of a study on “Social Isolation” (from left, front row) are Mayra Barrios, Paula Torres, (middle row) Erica Barber, Tavi Schaller, Amiah Tyson, Tekiyah Marshall, (back row) Keshawn Wallace, Jaelyn Lee and Johnathan Jones.
Justiss Socrates students painted faces at the Fall Festival to earn money for a field trip.
The Socrates Students will travel to the Ross Perot Museum in Dallas on April 5, 2014.
Students from the classes of Lidia Gallegos and Deanna Gall from left are Nylie Aguilar, Sophia Brunson, Susana Silva, Jeymi Reynaga, Ailyn Aguilar, Montra Winston Jr., Ta’Darius Smith, Kobe Potter and Kai Furtch.
The Cat in the Hat himself paid a visit to read stories. He also had a contest for students to guess how many fish were in the fishbowl.
Members of the Paris High School soccer team also rotated throughout the school to read to students.
Top photo: Cartaveous Gill enjoys some green eggs and ham while pondering how many fish are in the fishbowl!