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October Newsletter

October Newletter Attatched

Patriot Day

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Today we remember the horrific attack of 9/11. Our students gathered around the flag pole this morning to remember the lives lost and the bravery of our fellow citizens. Mrs. Copp shared with us the details of the Freedom Flag and led us in a moment of silence and pledge of allegiance. Our students and faculty dressed in red, white, and blue to pay tribute. Two fifth grade students hoisted the flag to half mast in remberance. May we never forget.

Girls on the Run

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Our students have begun another season of Girls On the Run! This wonderful program educates our 3rd-5th graders on health, fitness, attitude, teamwork, self-confidence, and social interactions. The girls have a lesson and activities each session and learn the proper way to stretch and have fun exercising. Go girls- keep moving forward!

September Newsletter

September Newsletter attatched

TES Welcomes A New Principal

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Temperance Elementary School would like to welcome our new principal, Mrs. Cindy Copp! Mrs. Copp comes to us from Amelon Elementary School where she served as the Asst. Principal for four years. Prior to her years in administration, Mrs. Copp was a classroom teacher and served as the Talented and Gifted program elementary teacher. She has been a dedicated educator in Amherst Country for 27 years! She has earned two masters from Lynchburg College and is also a National Board certified teacher.

August Newsletter

Supply List

School Supply List for the 18-19 school year.

May Newsletter

May Newsletter Attatched

Virginia Geography

Temperance Elementary School students in Mrs. Carter's classroom participate in a Virginia Studies learning activity.  The students are focused on a lesson for  the five geographical regions of Virginia.

Temperance Elementary School students in Mrs. Carter's classroom participate in a Virginia Studies learning activity.  The students are focused on a lesson for  the five geographical regions of Virginia.

 

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