Voices for Georgia’s Children and several of its partner organizations invited Pre-K centers and supporters from around the state to celebrate the Georgia Pre-K program this fall. During Pre-K Week (Oct. 3-7), Pre-K centers welcomed elected officials and community leaders to their Pre-K to join in on the learning that happens each day thanks to the Georgia Pre-K Program.
Many elected officials have already agreed to visit their local Pre-K center during the Pre-K week to read to the students. Additionally, Pre-K centers are excited to promote their Pre-K Week festivities and visitors throughout the community, engaging local print and broadcast media. The partner organizations hope to make leaders more aware of the importance of supporting Georgia’s Pre-K Program and the 86,000 children who will benefit from it this year alone.
SHS FCCLA brings home first place from Perry competition
The Sonoraville High Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) traveled to Perry, Ga. for the annual FCCLA Fall Leadership Rally Oct. 11-12. Sonoraville’s FCCLA competed in the Family and Consumer Sciences/FCCLA Knowledge Bowl and the General Membership Brochure event. The team brought home a first place ribbon in the General Membership Brochure event and a plaque for winning the Grand Championship overall brochure events. Meleigha Pasley, an 11th grade student at SHS, created the winning brochure.
SMS announces Sept. students of the month
Sonoraville Middle School announced its students of the month names for September. Students honored are: Madeline Fox, Chasidy Dodd, Autumn Fain, Jeffrey Morrow, Jayda Hettmansperger, Tiffanie Pereira, William Pritchett, Delainee Hall, Mary Sue Adams and Solomon Capri.