by Adrian Crowner At Heritage Elementary School we earn Eagle Tickets. You can earn Eagle Tickets by being respectful, responsible, and showing teamwork. Also you can get your ticket pulled at a Heritage for a PBIS pizza party to have pizza with the principle. Coming from me, a person who has done it, it is … Continue reading Eagle Tickets
By Megan Moffitt and Jason Johnson On Wednesday, October 5th lunch ladies, Miss Stephanie, Miss Linda, and Miss Sonya played a game with us 5th graders. It was called, “Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?” This was played, because the the three other 5th grade classes were on a field trip. We were asked … Continue reading Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?
By Enrique Priego BOOSTERTHON IS HERE!!!!!! There are a ton of new prizes you can earn. HOLD UP! I almost forgot, make sure to pledge so you can raise money for the school. So we can buy some more stuff like electronics or more gym equipment!The Boosterthon is one of my favorite parts of the … Continue reading BOOSTERTHON!!
By Alex Raley The 2016-2017 Eagle Council has chosen members based on an essay kids wrote. If you are in a lower grade, it is a great idea to consider joining Eagle Council when you are in 4th or 5th grade. You also have to get a letter of recommendation from a non family member … Continue reading Eagle Council Has Been Established
By Brayden Rogers Pokemon GO is booming all around the world. It averages around 7.5 million plays everyday. At our school, it is a big deal. We, Heritage Elementary, have almost every single boy and girl playing the game. I also play the sensational game. I am currently level 21 and basically play it every … Continue reading Pokemon GO
By Mallory Baynes and Brylee Goldman Crunch! Crunch! Have you ever wondered if we’ll ever hear the sounds of leaves crunching under our feet? Well, that’s normal because fall comes very late in TN. Here it is, the middle of October, and it is still in the upper 80’s. How crazy is that!? It’s … Continue reading What’s Fall In Tennessee
By Andie W. & Madison B. Williamson Pediatric Dentistry is your top pediatric dental choice in Spring Hill, TN. The goal at Williamson Pediatric Dentistry is to build and maintain healthy smiles for future generations! To help you achieve this goal, we encourage each of our patients to establish a relationship in early infancy. The … Continue reading Williamson Pediatric Denistry
By Braden Fischer Recently, during the afternoon in a 5th grade class, two teachers were trying to fix something on a computer. All of the sudden, someone was flipping their water bottle over and over. The two teachers charged him $20 and decided that’s how much you will pay when you do so. This flipping bottle … Continue reading Flipping Bottle Sensation is Ending!
By Ava Grace Diplock Did you notice all of the blue tie-dye “BE NICE” shirts on October 5th? If your sibling was one of those kids, you would have known that they were going on a field trip. On that day, Mrs. Hamilton’s, Mrs. Dimmit’s, and Mrs. Dreyer’s classes set off on a journey to … Continue reading Stones River Battlefield Field Trip
By Matthew Holenstein I think recess is important. Recess allows kids to have time to play and hang out with others without being disruptive in class. Recess helps improves test scores. After recess, the kids have released most of their energy so they can focus better in class. It also allows you to cooperate … Continue reading Recess
By Bodie Clark I think that every school should have recess. Recess allows kids to have a time to play and talk to others without getting in trouble. Recess also lets them run around, and when they come in they usually won’t be as a hyper and disruptive. They will focus and improve test scores … Continue reading Recess
By Brayden Rogers Some kids at our school would rather be outside than in class. Almost all day at Heritage, we have class after class. At Heritage, we offer P.E. twice a week for 45 minutes. Our P.E. teachers are very kind and they play fun games. So, if you are looking for someone to … Continue reading P.E. at Heritage Elementary
By Emi Taylor Many students have bottle flipped without a moment to cease. Teachers have said that they would fine 5th graders $100 classroom cash for doing just so. Mallory Baynes, a 5th grader says,”I think bottle-flipping is stupid.” Most have opinions spreading from Mallory’s to Brylee Goldman, a 5th grader. She says, “I think … Continue reading Bottle-Flipping