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2018 CLAS Schools of Distinctions and Banner Schools

State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Munford Elementary School

#GoGreenwithSTEAM

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Angela Robinson

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Through #GoGreenwithSTEAM, Munford Elementary students learned about the enviornment and how they make an impact in conserving Earth’s resources. Munford PreK and Kindergarteners learned to plant and grow lettuce and hosted a community salad party at harvest time. First graders joined students across the Northern Hemisphere by planting Red Emperor Tulips in their Journey North Test Gardens where they scientifically monitored seasonal changes. Students learned how local climate affects plant growth, indicators of climate change, and how to sustain the Earth. Fourth grade students learned about natural disasters and how to prevent and prepare for them by creating structures to withstand earthquakes and hurricane-force winds or helicopters to rescue people from floods. Fifth graders participated by raising money to fund the historical arboretum, a walking track where historical trees were planted. Students researched the historical significance of the trees and created brochures and pamphlets to give to community members who were invited to walk the trail and learn about the project. All enviornmental education projects came together at the Get Outdoors Day Festival in May where students shared information about their enviornmental STEAM projects with the community and visitors. Student achievement in math and reading increased due to the authentic reading and math practice embedded in STEAM activities.

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State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Munford Elementary School

by Leslie Dennis | Jun 04, 2019

#GoGreenwithSTEAM

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Angela Robinson

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Through #GoGreenwithSTEAM, Munford Elementary students learned about the enviornment and how they make an impact in conserving Earth’s resources. Munford PreK and Kindergarteners learned to plant and grow lettuce and hosted a community salad party at harvest time. First graders joined students across the Northern Hemisphere by planting Red Emperor Tulips in their Journey North Test Gardens where they scientifically monitored seasonal changes. Students learned how local climate affects plant growth, indicators of climate change, and how to sustain the Earth. Fourth grade students learned about natural disasters and how to prevent and prepare for them by creating structures to withstand earthquakes and hurricane-force winds or helicopters to rescue people from floods. Fifth graders participated by raising money to fund the historical arboretum, a walking track where historical trees were planted. Students researched the historical significance of the trees and created brochures and pamphlets to give to community members who were invited to walk the trail and learn about the project. All enviornmental education projects came together at the Get Outdoors Day Festival in May where students shared information about their enviornmental STEAM projects with the community and visitors. Student achievement in math and reading increased due to the authentic reading and math practice embedded in STEAM activities.

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State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Munford Elementary School

by Leslie Dennis | Jun 04, 2019

#GoGreenwithSTEAM

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Angela Robinson

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Through #GoGreenwithSTEAM, Munford Elementary students learned about the enviornment and how they make an impact in conserving Earth’s resources. Munford PreK and Kindergarteners learned to plant and grow lettuce and hosted a community salad party at harvest time. First graders joined students across the Northern Hemisphere by planting Red Emperor Tulips in their Journey North Test Gardens where they scientifically monitored seasonal changes. Students learned how local climate affects plant growth, indicators of climate change, and how to sustain the Earth. Fourth grade students learned about natural disasters and how to prevent and prepare for them by creating structures to withstand earthquakes and hurricane-force winds or helicopters to rescue people from floods. Fifth graders participated by raising money to fund the historical arboretum, a walking track where historical trees were planted. Students researched the historical significance of the trees and created brochures and pamphlets to give to community members who were invited to walk the trail and learn about the project. All enviornmental education projects came together at the Get Outdoors Day Festival in May where students shared information about their enviornmental STEAM projects with the community and visitors. Student achievement in math and reading increased due to the authentic reading and math practice embedded in STEAM activities.

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State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Munford Elementary School

by Leslie Dennis | Jun 04, 2019

#GoGreenwithSTEAM

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Angela Robinson

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Through #GoGreenwithSTEAM, Munford Elementary students learned about the enviornment and how they make an impact in conserving Earth’s resources. Munford PreK and Kindergarteners learned to plant and grow lettuce and hosted a community salad party at harvest time. First graders joined students across the Northern Hemisphere by planting Red Emperor Tulips in their Journey North Test Gardens where they scientifically monitored seasonal changes. Students learned how local climate affects plant growth, indicators of climate change, and how to sustain the Earth. Fourth grade students learned about natural disasters and how to prevent and prepare for them by creating structures to withstand earthquakes and hurricane-force winds or helicopters to rescue people from floods. Fifth graders participated by raising money to fund the historical arboretum, a walking track where historical trees were planted. Students researched the historical significance of the trees and created brochures and pamphlets to give to community members who were invited to walk the trail and learn about the project. All enviornmental education projects came together at the Get Outdoors Day Festival in May where students shared information about their enviornmental STEAM projects with the community and visitors. Student achievement in math and reading increased due to the authentic reading and math practice embedded in STEAM activities.

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State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Munford Elementary School

by Leslie Dennis | Jun 04, 2019

#GoGreenwithSTEAM

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Angela Robinson

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Through #GoGreenwithSTEAM, Munford Elementary students learned about the enviornment and how they make an impact in conserving Earth’s resources. Munford PreK and Kindergarteners learned to plant and grow lettuce and hosted a community salad party at harvest time. First graders joined students across the Northern Hemisphere by planting Red Emperor Tulips in their Journey North Test Gardens where they scientifically monitored seasonal changes. Students learned how local climate affects plant growth, indicators of climate change, and how to sustain the Earth. Fourth grade students learned about natural disasters and how to prevent and prepare for them by creating structures to withstand earthquakes and hurricane-force winds or helicopters to rescue people from floods. Fifth graders participated by raising money to fund the historical arboretum, a walking track where historical trees were planted. Students researched the historical significance of the trees and created brochures and pamphlets to give to community members who were invited to walk the trail and learn about the project. All enviornmental education projects came together at the Get Outdoors Day Festival in May where students shared information about their enviornmental STEAM projects with the community and visitors. Student achievement in math and reading increased due to the authentic reading and math practice embedded in STEAM activities.

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State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Munford Elementary School

by Leslie Dennis | Jun 04, 2019

#GoGreenwithSTEAM

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Angela Robinson

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Through #GoGreenwithSTEAM, Munford Elementary students learned about the enviornment and how they make an impact in conserving Earth’s resources. Munford PreK and Kindergarteners learned to plant and grow lettuce and hosted a community salad party at harvest time. First graders joined students across the Northern Hemisphere by planting Red Emperor Tulips in their Journey North Test Gardens where they scientifically monitored seasonal changes. Students learned how local climate affects plant growth, indicators of climate change, and how to sustain the Earth. Fourth grade students learned about natural disasters and how to prevent and prepare for them by creating structures to withstand earthquakes and hurricane-force winds or helicopters to rescue people from floods. Fifth graders participated by raising money to fund the historical arboretum, a walking track where historical trees were planted. Students researched the historical significance of the trees and created brochures and pamphlets to give to community members who were invited to walk the trail and learn about the project. All enviornmental education projects came together at the Get Outdoors Day Festival in May where students shared information about their enviornmental STEAM projects with the community and visitors. Student achievement in math and reading increased due to the authentic reading and math practice embedded in STEAM activities.

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State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Munford Elementary School

by Leslie Dennis | Jun 04, 2019

#GoGreenwithSTEAM

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Angela Robinson

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Through #GoGreenwithSTEAM, Munford Elementary students learned about the enviornment and how they make an impact in conserving Earth’s resources. Munford PreK and Kindergarteners learned to plant and grow lettuce and hosted a community salad party at harvest time. First graders joined students across the Northern Hemisphere by planting Red Emperor Tulips in their Journey North Test Gardens where they scientifically monitored seasonal changes. Students learned how local climate affects plant growth, indicators of climate change, and how to sustain the Earth. Fourth grade students learned about natural disasters and how to prevent and prepare for them by creating structures to withstand earthquakes and hurricane-force winds or helicopters to rescue people from floods. Fifth graders participated by raising money to fund the historical arboretum, a walking track where historical trees were planted. Students researched the historical significance of the trees and created brochures and pamphlets to give to community members who were invited to walk the trail and learn about the project. All enviornmental education projects came together at the Get Outdoors Day Festival in May where students shared information about their enviornmental STEAM projects with the community and visitors. Student achievement in math and reading increased due to the authentic reading and math practice embedded in STEAM activities.

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State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Munford Elementary School

by Leslie Dennis | Jun 04, 2019

#GoGreenwithSTEAM

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Angela Robinson

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Through #GoGreenwithSTEAM, Munford Elementary students learned about the enviornment and how they make an impact in conserving Earth’s resources. Munford PreK and Kindergarteners learned to plant and grow lettuce and hosted a community salad party at harvest time. First graders joined students across the Northern Hemisphere by planting Red Emperor Tulips in their Journey North Test Gardens where they scientifically monitored seasonal changes. Students learned how local climate affects plant growth, indicators of climate change, and how to sustain the Earth. Fourth grade students learned about natural disasters and how to prevent and prepare for them by creating structures to withstand earthquakes and hurricane-force winds or helicopters to rescue people from floods. Fifth graders participated by raising money to fund the historical arboretum, a walking track where historical trees were planted. Students researched the historical significance of the trees and created brochures and pamphlets to give to community members who were invited to walk the trail and learn about the project. All enviornmental education projects came together at the Get Outdoors Day Festival in May where students shared information about their enviornmental STEAM projects with the community and visitors. Student achievement in math and reading increased due to the authentic reading and math practice embedded in STEAM activities.

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