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  • Midway Elementary celebrated National Unity Day by wearing orange shirts and boots.  The entire school paraded in the bus loop waving an orange streamer and chanting, “Stomp Out Bullying, Hugs not Drugs.”  As all students recite the Anti-bullying pledge daily, they are committing themselves to Speaking Out Against Bullying, Being Kind When they see Bullying, and Reaching Out to Someone that is being Bullied. 








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  • Students from Ms. Megan Mayeaux's 3rd grade Science class are engaged in learning about gravity.
    Which ball will hit the ground first, the ping pong ball or the golf ball and why?
    The students in the pictures are:
    1st picture - Rashad Wright and Bryan Parker
    2nd picture - Domonick McCoy, Vanessa Rico, and Baliegh McMorris
    gravity2      gravity1

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  • Midway Elementary School pre-kindergarten students, Gabrianna Brown and Robert Harwell,  from Mrs. Therese Duval's class greet each other at the beginning of class. All of the pre-kindergarten students start each day with a positive greeting as they enter the class choosing to share a Thumbs Up, Wave, Fist Bump, or High Five. Way to go Midway Elementary Pre-Kindergartners!







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  • Ms. Donakey's 2nd grade students at Midway Elementary are dreaming of "Oh the Places They Can Go."  Ms. Donakey taught the children to make a dream board.  They used brochures from Tangi Tourism to write and draw about where they wanted to go.  Elysian Landrum, Devon McMorris, Brandon McKay, and Kylie Turner had fun reading and learning about places they could visit in Tangipahoa Parish, as well as the state of Louisiana.



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  • Midway students were recognized for their high Accelerated Reader scores.  The girl and boy from each grade with the highest score received a trophy.  Pictured from left to right are as follows:  Mrs. Wanda Davis (Principal), Mrs. Ethel Gilless (Librarian) Addyson Damare (1st grade), Andrew Wallace (1st grade), Ellie Millet (2nd grade), Domonick McCoy (2nd grade), Nevaeh Pierre (3rd grade), Landen Brown (3rd grade), and Mrs. Jamie Mills-Jackson (Assistant Principal).



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  • Midway Elementary honored the fourth six weeks Star Students who were selected by their teachers for having outstanding behavior and leadership qualities.  Each teacher selected one model student from her class.  



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  • Mrs. Dodie Hutchinson is excited about Eureka Math! She is demonstrating the strategy of using a number path to add.




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  • 50 Point Club

    We are proud to announce the members of our first Accelerated Reader "50 Point Club."

    These students have spent a great deal of time reading and then completing a comprehension test on the computer.  If they pass the test with at least 80% accuracy they earn 0.5 points.  So in order to reach 50 points they have read and passed more than 100 test.  Congratulations!

    Pictured are from left to right on the front row: Madelyn Hubbard, Taylor Selders, Kyleigh Overstreet, Alyssa Lane, Aubrey Stilley, Emma Myers

    Back Row:  Diego Barreras, Alex Nunez, Domonick McCoy, Gavyn Stilley, Matthew Kinchen, Ajani Del Vecchio


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  • Shoparoo

    We are partnering with a fun, free, and easy fundraiser called Shoparoo.
    Shoparoo is school fundraising made easy. The free app turns pictures of your everyday shopping receipts into cash donations and sweepstakes entries for our school. All you have to do is shop as you normally do, snap pictures of your receipts with the Shoparoo app and you are done.
    Get started today by downloading the fee app from your app store.
    Select our school and start taking pictures of your receipts.


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