Vol. 6, Issue 3

October 12, 2018

www.beekmancharter.org 

Psychology’s egg-citing

Project

Psychology students take care of eggs like babies for a week.

Story by Halie Burnside

       After getting settled in their new class, Mrs. Judy Johnson’s psychology students started a new project. This new project entailed Mrs. Johnson’s  students to carry eggs as babies. The students prepared and decorated their to be ‘babies’ as well as its  bassinet. One of  Mrs. Johnson’s students, Carlie Woodard (9) named her egg baby Jul. She decorated her egg with yarn and googly eyes and her bassinet with a container and cotton balls. Everyday, Carlie had to change, feed, and bathe Jul in addition to  carrying her everywhere. To Carlie, the egg is fragile and small like a baby but doesn’t cry and just sits there. Though not the same, Carlie still felt that this project did an egg-cellent job teaching her the stress and worry of taking care of a baby.

“I was scared to drop and break it or anything.”

Carlie Woodard (9)

                      photo by Halie Burnside

Photo and section by Halie Burnside .

WHAT’S

FOR LUNCH?

**Subject to change**

Section by Layton Ezell

Mon:

Cheeseburger, Tater Tots, Sliced Lettuce and Tomato, Fresh Fruit, Milk

Tue:

Gumbo, Rice, Crackers, Corn, Salad, Apples, Milk

Wed:

Hot Dog with Chili, Tater Tots, Baked Beans, Salad, Mixed Fruit, Milk

Thur:

Chicken Patty, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Lima Beans, Roll, Peaches

Fri:

Cheesy Beef Lasagna, Bread Stick, Corn, Salad, Frozen Fruit Cup, Milk

Mon:

Spaghetti with Meatballs, Garden Fresh Salad, Seasoned Green Beans, Garlic Buttered Rolls, Frozen Fruit Cup, Milk

Tue:

Red Beans with Sausage, Seasoned Greens, Brown Rice, Milk, Cornbread, Oranges

Wed:

Chicken Rotini Bake, Milk, Salad, Carrots, Mixed Fruit

Thur:

Oven Baked Chicken, Milk, Brown Gravy, Rolls, Pears

Fri:

No School

P H O T O   O F   T H E   W E E K

Students had a spooky good time at the annual  fall festival. 

       On the first of October began the early, eerie celebration of Halloween and fall. To celebrate the holiday and season, BCS holds their annual fall festival. At the event, kids and their parents come dressed up to play games and activities. Emmalyn Ellingburg (1) can be seen making her spooky creation at the drawing booth.  

C  L  A  S  S  R  O  O  M     H  I  G  H  L  I  G  H  T  S

ELEMENTARY

MIDDLE

HIGH

Photo and section by Owen Naff .

Photo and section by Jaidan Wyatt .

Photo and section by Robert Bethea .

     Mrs. Odom’s  classes were making brochures about Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec empire in the 15th century. The students used  computers to help make the brochures. All of the class said that the project was super fun. The kids used computers  daily for the project. The kids learned how the Aztecs lived in the harsh conditions and thrived.

     On October 1, Mrs. Burdeaux’s classes got a guinea pig. They voted  for the name of the animal, and named it Disappointment after a majority vote. They chose this name since originally they wanted a snake. The names that were voted on were Disco, Honey, and Maggie. This picture shows the adorable new class pet.

Mr. Chris Nunn described his First Aid class. What is First Aid?  “He explained, “it is  help given to a sick or injured person until full medical treatment is available.” How will this skill help in life? “It can help with family emergencies as well with the general public.” Will this skill help in your daily life? “It will give you confidence as a first time responder.”


FIVE

FAVORITES

WITH

Emma                       Andrews (K)

DALTON BULLOCH (12)

EXPRESSES HIS ENJOYMENT OF BAND

Section by Dee Sanders

IMPORTANT DATES

Section by Owen Naff

10/19

Varsity Football at Rayville (7:00 p.m.)

10/20

Junior High Homecoming

     Dance (7:00-9:00 p.m.)

 

10/22

Roaring 20s Day

10/23

Fall Portrait Retakes Character Day

10/24

      Out of This World Day

10/25

Coronation Pep Rally
Parent Teacher Conference

     (4:00-6:00 p.m.)

Tiger Pride Day (blue &  gold)

10/26

Parent Teacher Conference  

     (7:00-12:00 a.m.)

     No Students

Varsity Football vs General

     Trass (7:00 p.m.)

     Homecoming

10/27

Homecoming Dance (8:00-12:00)

Photo & Section by Jaidan Wyatt .

Photo by Kaitlyn Wyatt

Photo by Kaitlyn Wyatt

COLOR:

Rainbow

FOOD:

Macaroni & cheese

SONG:

“In My Feelings” by Drake

ACTIVITY:

Playing outside

PLACE:

Disney World

  Dalton Bulloch told us that band is one of his favorite things to do because he gets a good feeling while performing in front of a large crowd at football games and pep rallies. Dalton has been interested in band since he was a little boy. Band has always been one of Dalton’s favorite things to do through all of his years in school. Dalton also enjoys playing an instrument called the baritone saxophone.

“I want to achieve any goal that will help me be successful in life.”

TIGER ROAR

Caught Being Good

Section by Jaidan Wyatt

ACTIVELY ENGAGED

Section by Robert Bethea

ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY

Section by Owen Naff

TIGER TOMFOOLERY

Section by Jaidan Wyatt

Shelby Anders (1)

Gentry Crenshaw (1)

Aiden DeShazo (1)

Emmalyn Ellingburg (1)

Collin Herring (1)

Camden Johnson (1)

Emma Jordan (1)

Aidan Levingston (1)

Allyson Bryant (2)

Harleigh Bulloch (2)

Kameryn Brixey (4)

Addison Chamblee (4)

Kynnedy Davis (4)

Mylie Gregory (4)

Emorie Harkness (4)

Adam Heckford (4)

Elana Jordan (4)

Savannah McLeod (4)

Jaydin Mitchell (4)

Eliza Joy Odom (4)

Caleb Philley (4)

Ainslee Pruitt (4)

Cameron Travis (4)

Brilee Walker (4)

Katelyn Anders (5)

Madisyn Andrepont (5)

Fisher Daniels (5)

Jordyn Davis (5)

Houston Fontenot (5)

Logan Hale (5)

Allie Jo Harris (5)

Gabriel Lopez (5)

Brynlee McKoin (5)

Jalynn Musgrove (5)

Emilee Stewart (5)

Mollie Wilkerson (5)

Mallory Williams (5)

Jessica Heckford (6)

Jackson Lee (6)

Joshua Lindeman (6)

Victoria Malone (6)

Peyton Robinson (6)

Summer Speights (6)

Latonjia Brown (8)

Michaela Hale (9)

Kaleb McLarrin (11)

Kason Middlebrooks (11)

Zachary Smith (11)

Savannah Thompson (11)

9/24-9/28

Maddi Stover (Pre-K)

Preston Ingram (K)

Jace Stanley (K)

Emmalyn Ellingburg (1)

Cassie Morris (1)

Amelia Harris (2)

Elliot Smith (2)

Violet Fontenot (3)

Kane Harper (3)

Josie Stanley (3)

Kameryn Brixey (4)

Abbott Marus (4)

Britney Vail (4)

Lillian Barnes (5)

Abigail Richard (5)

Emilee Stewart (5)

Brooklyn Stewart (5)

Macee McKnight (6)

Ella Sewell (6)

Dynasty Armstrong (7)

Connor McVoy (7)

Shelby Hall (8)

Paul Bonnett (9)

Alex Martin (10)

Alex Harris (12)

Hailey Phillips (12)

10/1-10/5

Nicki Powell (Pre-K)

Kendall Stephenson (K)

Mack Waller (K)

Sami Jo Harris (1)

Madilyn Lenard (1)

Justice Hughes (2)

Elizabeth Mosely (2)

Layla Graves (3)

Austyn Murry (3)

Carson Oden (3)

Cole Faulkenbury (4)

Brady Thompson (4)

Cameron Travis (4)

Kolson Jenkins (5)

Jalynn Musgrove (5)

Garrison Barton (6)

Hunter Clement (6)

Victoria Ricks (6)

Hollie Smith (6)

Alexander Brown (7)

Baylee Hunt (7)

Derrick Watt (7)

Anjelica Collins (8)

Joseph Henson (8)

Dallas Hobbs (8)

Daltyn Roberts (8)

Destany Smith (8)

Chloe Coates (9)

Anija Dixon (9)

Rosheika Taylor (9)

Samantha Leggett (10)

Kevin Smith (10)

Ilisia Robinson (10)

Micheal Washington (11)

Eva Hosking (12)

Source: http.://www.history.com/this-day-in-history

On 10/23/2002, the hostage crisis in the Moscow Theater began with about 50 Chechen rebels storming a Moscow theater, taking up to 700 people hostage during a sold-out performance of a popular musical. During the second act of the musical “Nord Ost,” an armed man walked on stage and fired a machine gun into the air. After a 57 hour standoff at the Palace of Culture, during which two hostages were killed, Vladimir Putin’s government clamped down even harder on Chechnya.

Q: What is a mummy’s   favorite type of music?

 A: Wrap music

 Q: Where do ghosts go       on vacation?

 A: Maliboo

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ALL Juniors and Seniors will test ACT WorkKeys over the next week.  Students received a testing site reminder letter on 10/11 in homeroom instructing them when they will be testing.

October is National Bullying Prevention Month.  Kindness is one of the most significant contributions to positive school climate.  

For more info visit www.stopbullying.gov