Friday, October 29, 2010

Greenville News 10/29/2010

1.  Greenville had "Scarecrows in the Park" October 28. Businesses made scarecrows to win cash prizes. By: Lisbeth
2. Two people were killed in a truck crash in Shenango Township. By: Kristian
3. New Beginnings Christian Church had a "Trunk or Treat." There was candy and hayrides and games. By: Hayli and Austin
4. Steelers will play the Saints in the Super Dome in New Orleans on Sunday night. By: Tyler
5. The Reynolds High School life skills students made applesauce after a trip to Apple Castle. By: Logan
6. Nine students from Mercer are going to Youngstown State University for a math contest. By: Cheyanne
7. Commodore Perry's soccer player and Greenville student, Brent Kytchak fights for the ball with Jacob English from Conneaut Valley. By: Corey
8. Anna Agnes Courtney died at 98 years old. By: Jayda
9. Girl Scouts from Mercer with the theme "Sow What Journey" got the gold award for learning about the importance of local fresh food. By: Ava

Monday, October 25, 2010

Welcome back, Morpheus!

Morpheus Fortuna arrived here at East Elementary today. This is his third year visiting our school. He will be spending time with Mrs. Abernethy's Creative Cougars. I am really excited to meet this famous character. I know we will become great friends. If you want to learn more about Morpheus, here is a link to his site: Morpheus Fortuna. He will be guest blogging on my site for the next couple of weeks. I hope you enjoy his blog posts!

Saturday, October 16, 2010

U. S. Constitution

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Election Debate

Friday, October 15, 2010

Fall Leaves

Greenville News 10/15

Today in the Greenville Record Argus:

1. Commodore Perry Joshua Forbbes reaches and stops Hickory's try for the game winning goal. By: Corey
2. The last of the 33 Chilean miners were brought up from underground. By: Logan
3. Will rookie Colt McCoy get to start for the Browns? By: Josh
4. Former Greenville high school football player, Phil Matusz, went to the white house and shook hands with Barack Obama. By: Keith
5. Linda Canada gave tips on how to keep vegetables fresh. One idea is to dip celery into ice cold water and it will be crunchier. By: Lisbeth
6. Greenville water line will cost up to $28,000. By: Carter and Austin
7. Rachael Elizabeth Britton celebrated her third birthday yesterday! By: Brenden
8. Slippery Rock Academic games kicked off on Wednesday. By: Jonna
9. In New York three people stole I.D.'s from 25 hospitals in different cities and they got caught! By: Michael
10. William J. Hunt of Ohio, 68 years old, died. By: Jayda
11. Staff and students at Reynolds had a pink day to support breast cancer awareness month. By: Hayli
12. The stock DOW went up 76 points. By: Brenden

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

50 States

8 Strands of Social Studies

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