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Rewarding Achievements

Accelerated Reader Program

Each day, Mrs. Larson evaluates the children's scores and determines who has earned a spot in our 25, 50, 100, 200, 300, etc. point club. Students who have read enough to be in a point club will have a button made with their picture on it and will be displayed in the building and their names will be displayed and read on the morning news. Students will also receive a bookmark and a prize at each point club level.

Author's Tea Program

Each quarter, a student from each class is nominated by the homeroom teacher to participate in the Author's Tea Program based upon his or her exemplary writing. Students and their parents will receive an invitation to join an administrator in the media center for cookies and juice. During this time, the children may read an example of their wonderful work to their parents, enjoy their snack, and receive a certificate and a pencil. The Author's Tea Program will take place on October 25, January 24, March 21, and May 22 at 10:00 after the Honors Day Program Assembly.

Honors Day Program Assembly

Each nine weeks, there will be an Honors Day Program. Students are recognized for a myriad of achievements. Students are also treated to a musical performance by one grade level or the Honor Chorus. Kindergarten, first, and second graders attend separately from the third, fourth, and fifth grades for the first three assemblies, but everyone comes together for the final assembly. The K-2 Assembly begins around 8:15 and the 3-5 Assembly begins around 9:00. Honors Day Programs will take place on October 25, January 24, March 21, and May 22.

Students are recognized for the following:

Perfect Attendance
Homeroom with the Best Attendance
20% Non-fiction Awards
AR Point Clubs
Highest Points Earned per grade level
(Grades 3-5)
A/B Honor Roll
A Team


Reading Scholar Program

Students are rewarded for their excellence in reading. Each nine weeks, a student is selected by his or her classroom teacher to go on a special trip to Spivey Hall for a performance. This year's performances are: Monday, October 24 Shake Up Your Brain, Friday, February 24 The Pantomime Man, Wednesday, March 1 The Pirate Show, and Friday, March 10 The Three Billy Goats Gruff. If you would like to help sponsor one of these programs, please get in touch with Tracy Larson at tracy.larson@clayton.k12.ga.us.

Student of the Month Program

Each month, a student from each class will be nominated by the homeroom teacher to participate in the Student of the Month Program based upon his or her exemplary performance in class. Students will receive an invitation to join an administrator in the media center for juice, pizza, and cookies. During this time, the children will be commended for their excellent work, enjoy their food, and receive a certificate and a pencil. The Student of the Month Program will take place on October 18, November 16, December 14, January 18, February 15, March 15, and May 17.
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