Cassville Primary students learn bus behavior, receive recognition

Wednesday, September 9, 2015
First-grade teacher Jen Willis stops to allow a student to answer a question about bus expectations and making good choices at an assembly to recognize classes for best attendance and good behaviors. At the end of the assembly, which included a mock bus-riding skit, Primary School Principal Catherine Weaver told students their entire class would receive a popsicle if they had no bus referrals. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

First-grade teacher Jen Willis stops to allow a student to answer a question about bus expectations and making good choices at an assembly to recognize classes for best attendance and good behaviors.

Cassville primary school students check out what their signs say about bus expectations during a skit about bus expectations and a mock bus ride to learn about appropriate bus behaviors. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Students admire a huge trophy held by their second-grade teacher, Natalie Ward, which they earned as a class from having best attendance, during an assembly to recognize classes for good attendance and appropriate behaviors. A class from each grade was recognized. Mandy Lyall's class was recognized for kindergarten, and Jill Crawford's class for first grade. Primary School Principal Catherine Weaver stressed that having good attendance is how students get to learn the most. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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