Lakeview students raise money for children’s fund
The seventh grade leadership team from Lakeview Middle School chose the Catoosa County Children's Fund as the focus of their "big help" community service project. The students raised $1,000 to donate to the fund for needs of Catoosa County students and presented the funds to Regina Dorsey, social worker for Lakeview Middle School. Front row: Jacob stoker, Anna Ellis, Greg Rollinson, Nicole Blackwell. Middle row: Taylor Tolbert, Cassi Flowers, Lucas Heard, Cassidy Rogers, Laura Belue, Brittany Ward, Erin Murphy. Back row: Morgan Baugh sponsor of group, Regina Wright sponsor of group, Austin Price, Logan Brown, Jessica Metcalf, Terry Ellis, Bethany Swint, Regina Dorsey, social worker.
Lakeview students receive scholarships
Lakeview Middle School eighth-grade recognition night was held on May 19 at the First Baptist Church of Lakeview. Corey Crawford was presented the David Laney Scholarship award and Shae Crawford was given the outstanding student award. Pictured: Shae Lingerfelt and Corey Crawford. Both are eighth-grade students at Lakeview Middle School.
Chik-fil-A provides lunch for environmental education students
Baseline data was recently collected by students in the Environmental Education Park located on the campus of Heritage High School. Environmental science students of Jack Leather were involved in an activity that involved hydrology studies, birds and plants and a variety of GPS locations for the recently installed piezometers. Sydney Slaven of our local Chik-fil-A restaurant was able to provide a wonderful lunch for the participants. “Chik-fil-A is one of our system partners and has always been willing to help the school system in whatever manner possible. We are very thankful for their contribution to the school system and their commitment to the environment as well.” Buffy Hemphill, partnership coordinator for Catoosa County public schools. Top row: Buffy Hemphill-partnership coordina-tor, Trish Schimpf-curriculum specialist, Sydney Slaven-Chik-fil-A, Bill Phillips-Envision Ecology and Jack Leather-teacher Heritage High School. Bottom Row: Randal Hale-North River Geographic Systems, Phil Potts-assistant principal Heritage High School, Mary Beth Sutton-T.V.A., and Don Dycus-Catoosa County School board chairman.