We would like to give a big shout out to the Still Community for supporting “The Pie in the Face” event. We raised close to $600 for the American Heart Association as a part of Jump Rope for Heart.

As a win-win for the event both Ms. Duhn and Mr. Wilfong were pied.

Thank you!!!

Congratulations to all of our particpants in the Tom Mathis Science Fair.

Tom Mathis is the second and last level of Science Fair and is made up of 17 elementary schools. Still students took home a third of all the trophies! Here is a list of the winners:

  • Kindergarten: William Denoziere, 2nd Place
  • Kindergarten: Emily Dickinson, 3rd Place
  • 2nd Grade: Owen Denoziere, 2nd Place
  • 3rd Grade: William Huggett, 1st Place
  • 4th Grade: Catherine Golovin, 3rd Place
  • 5th Grade: William Ervin, 2nd Place

World down Syndrome Day
Dear Still community,

March 21st is recognized as World Down Syndrome awareness day to honor all individuals born with three copies of the 21st chromosome. In order to recognize these individuals, we are asking the community to participate in a few activities. On Monday, March 21st, students, faculty, staff, and family members can wear brown to support Noal’s Whale Rancher Buddy Walk team or blue and yellow which is recognized as the colors for Down Syndrome awareness.

Show your support by performing three random acts of kindness and leave the attached card for the recipient to know why they were treated to kindness. As a family, watch the following 13 minute video which helps make you and your children understand Down syndrome. Note: It might be more for older elementary, you can decide if your child would benefit from watching. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5M–xOyGUX4

If you wish to share your photos of random acts and wearing colors of support, use the hashtags on this card! Thank you for making the world know we are all more alike than we are different!

Here is a list of 21 free or inexpensive ideas for random acts of kindness. These are just some thought starters for you… get creative, come up with new and original ideas and have FUN!

  1. Babysit for free for a friend
  2. Do odd jobs for an elderly person
  3. Leave a bag of microwave popcorn on a Redbox
  4. Leave quarters at a laundromat
  5. Prepare a meal for a homeless person/neighbor/friend
  6. Buy some extra canned goods for the local food bank
  7. Leave a book in a hospital waiting room
  8. Write a letter of appreciation to someone
  9. Donate blood
  10. Leave a couple of dollars at a dollar store
  11. Donate gently used clothing to a shelter
  12. Tape change to a vending machine
  13. Donate a book to your library or hospital
  14. Take supplies to an animal shelter
  15. Leave quarters on the riding toys at the mall
  16. Leave bus fare at a bus stop
  17. Leave bubbles or sidewalk chalk at the park
  18. Leave ice water for construction workers
  19. Make a thank you poster and hang it at your child’s School
  20. Take balloons to the park and hand them out
  21. Pick-up Litter In Your Neighborhood, park,etc.

Please join us for an informational meeting about the events for 5th graders for the remainder of the school year on Friday, March 4th from 5:30-7:00pm.

You may RSVP for the event at http://evite.me/s8DSG3qyZq

Starting at 6pm, Mrs. Stewart, Principal of Lovinggood Middle School, will be speaking to you and your 5th grade student about what to expect at Middle School. You will also receive information about the 5th grade field trip, year-end fun event and graduation reception.

5th grade parents and students will be organizing and running a fundraiser to help reduce the costs of year-end events for our students.

Dinner will be available for purchase as well as a baked goods.

If you are interested in volunteering to help out with this, or other 5th grade events, please contact Jen Crumley.

Any donations that can be made by families or businesses are also greatly appreciated!

5th Grade PTSA Committee