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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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Adair Students trip to Fish Hatchery fish hatchery collage picture

A group of Adair County Students were recently invited to Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery.  During their visit they experienced fishing for trout and visiting with Smokey the Bear and Goldie the Goldfish. They also observed and interacted with various outdoor wildlife in a controlled environment. The students were provided a free meal, free t-shirts and medallions.

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 

Celebrating Grandparents/Grand Persons With Bingo for Books and Walk to Read BINGO-Murphy Family

On September 20, students at ACPC were encouraged to bring their grandparents or grand person to our Bingo for Books and Walk to Read event. There was quite a bit of activity going on between different rooms in our building. Students and their guest could go to the cafeteria to play bingo and win books. Then they were encouraged to walk laps in the gym to earn books as well. Students and their guest had a chance to win up to 5 books during the event. That is a great way to add to your home library. Be on the lookout for more family fun activity nights.

This event was sponsored by the Adair County Primary Center Title 1, 21st Century Camp Casey, the Family Resource Center and the W.A.T.C.H. Coalition.

Photo: Kevin and Elizabeth Murphy (ACPC students) are pictured here with their grandparents Pam and James Murphy.

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