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Mrs. Rodger's class after Farm Safety Day Proud to be an American
Students wearing patriotic clothing. Some of our faculty and staff--August 2018 McTeacher Night--August 2018 A few of our August Leaders Music--Using Cup Phone to Study Sound

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Adair County Primary Center . . . where little kids do BIG things.

 

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Dear Families, Welcome to Adair County Primary Center! As I write this letter of introduction to you as the newly appointed Principal of ACP...
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Debbie Bradshaw
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Curiosity Dome Theater at ACPC Curiosity Dome

On Monday, November 5, 2018, students at Adair County Primary Center got a look at our solar system in an interesting format. The Curiosity Theater, which is a large inflated dome, much like a planetarium, visited the entire school day and in the afterschool program, 21st CCLC-Camp Casey. 

Students during the school day rode along with two adventurers in a magical cardboard rocket to each of our solar system's planets. During Camp Casey students and families were treated to three different programs, Earth's Wild Ride, The Dinosaur Prophecy and Timespace. It's safe to say that this day was awe-inspiring for everyone! 

This program was made possible by the ACPC Parent Boosters, 21st CCLC Camp Casey and Lindsey Wilson College Bonner Program.

SOCKTOBER Results SOCKTOBER

SOCKTOBER Results

 

After fall break our school held a new sock drive to help support our Family Resource Center. If students brought in a new pair of socks to donate then they could wear crazy socks to show everyone they participated. The class from each grade level bringing in the most socks received an ice cream party. The overall school winner also received a sock hop dance party.

 

Overall our school received a total of 1,254 pairs of socks. Grade level winners included; Kindergarten--Julie Cowan's class with 150 pairs, 1st Grade--Tabitha Giles' class with 169 pairs, and 2nd Grade--Christina Burton's class with 79 pairs or socks. Mrs. Giles' class won the most donated socks overall. Way to go ACPC. Special thanks to Cara Embry, a LWC student teacher who helped organize and promote this project (shown in the photo).

L.E.A.P. (Literacy, Eating, and Activity for Primary) LEAP

Photo: Kelli Bonifer shares the story "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" as an introduction to her lesson with Mrs. Jodie's preschool class.

Preschool and Kindergarteners at ACPC recently had special lessons pertaining to the L.E.A.P. program. L.E.A.P. incorporates reading and literacy with eating and physical activity for a healthy lifestyle.

The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Program launched this program with preschool back in 2004 and has expanded it up to 3rd grade. The program is designed to help children learn healthy behaviors at a very young age.  Research studies indicate that children as young as two are eating a high-fat, low-fiber diet and that less than 20% of school children eat the recommended servings of fruits and vegetables.  LEAP is targeted to improving these statistics. Info provided by the U.K.Cooperative Extension. For more information go to the U.K. website: https://hes.ca.uky.edu/news-story/youth-nutrition-and-physical-activity-program-expands 

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