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Hickory news

December 16, 2007

Study of careers

Washington County Sheriff's Deputy Steve McCarty holds a discussion with Hickory Elementary School fourth grade boys in Mrs. Crawford's class. Fourth-graders at Hickory Elementary School have been divided for gender writing classes. The boys in Mrs. Crawford's class have been busy meeting and holding discussions with local men in the community and then writing about the men's careers, travels or hobbies. Work samples have included writings about Williamsport postmaster Mike Suder; paramedic Chuck Lopp; firefighters from Halfway Volunteer Fire Co.; and Washington County Sheriff's Deputy McCarty.

September honorees

During the month of September, the following Hickory Elementary School students were recognized for Character Counts! attributes. Top row, left to right: Samantha Baker, Aaron Shartzer, Brandi Bartles, Kyleigh Flook, Thomas Atha, Edward Cunningham, Carly Godsey. Third row, left to right: Autumn Stone, Libby Anderson, Jimy Mohamad, Gabriella Scumpieru, Janae Holman, Will Baker. Second row, left to right: Sophie Butts, Delaney Purdam, Austyn Ardinger, Billy Wood, Zane Wilson, Alex Huffer and John Seredich. First row, left to right: Luke Rourke, Aaliyah Smith, Eddie Exline and Janna Dagenhart.

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Students and families were invited to school for a "pinning" ceremony, which included certificates, pencils, erasers, ice cream sundaes and family bingo.

October honorees

During the month of October, the following Hickory Elementary School students were recognized for Character Counts! attributes. Top row, left to right, Luis Parada, Jared Lowman, Shekira Jackson, Steven Krumbeck, Julie Schnurr, Cassandra Muir and Lindsey Weaver. Second row, left to right, Coby Brady, Norisa Cosiem, Jayden Baker, Kiah Patterson, Alan Seredich, Zoe Vogt, Bryan Detrow, Katie Young and Jimy Mohamad. First row, left to right, Jamila Cosiem, Wyatt Heavner, Cameron Embly, Madalyn Jones, Halee Vogt, Rebecca Weaver, Haile Smith, Jaden Brady, and Brycen Winters.

Students and families were invited to school for a "pinning" ceremony, which included certificates, pencils, erasers, ice cream sundaes and family bingo.

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