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Books standing together trying to figure out the name of a bookBattle of the Books

Coached by: Ms. Spivey

Elementary Battle of the Books is for 4th and 5th graders who love to read.  Up to 12 students from the team will be selected to represent our school at the county-wide competition.  This competition consists of reading selected books.  Each child on the team will read for comprehension in order to be able to answer questions about the books.  This competition resembles a spelling bee in that the student is asked a question and then responds.  Students must fill out an application and have parental permission to be accepted into the team.  Once on the team, students must read and attend practices in order to remain on the team.  In January, the final team for the competition is selected.  We usually compete in March.  The 2020-21 EBOB list is:

Where the Watermelons Grow Cindy Baldwin
Soft Rain Cornelia Cornelissen
Among the Hidden Margaret Peterson Haddix
Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library Chris Grabenstein
Turtle in Paradise Jennifer L. Holm
Kenny & the Dragon Tony DiTerlizz
Walls Within Walls Maureen Sherry
Where the Mountain Meets the Moon Grace Lin
Wish Barbara O’Connor
Pax Sara Pennypacker
The Hero Two Doors Down Sharon Robinson
Wildfire Rodman Philbrick
The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl Stacy McAnulty
Not If I Can Help It Carolyn Mackler
The Very, Very Far North Dan Bar-el

 Two red hands together in the shape of a heartCollier Care’s

Advisor: Ms. Prescod

 

 

 

 

 

People Cleaning

Green Team

Advisor: Ms. Gray

 

 

 

 

 

safety patrol badgeSafety Patrol

Advisor: Ms. Prescod

The School Safety Patrol’s job is to remind students of the school safety rules and to guide them in safe arrival and movement through the building.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Student Government Association with a gavelStudent Government Association

Advisor: Mrs. Cash

The Student Government Association of C. Wayne Collier Elementary is responsible for governing student interests, advocating for student concerns, and providing support for school-wide events.

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Published by Cassandra Spivey on November 16, 2017