April star athletes of the month named

May 02, 2012|Linda Murray | Around West Hagerstown
  • Winter Street Elementary School named its star athletes for April. They are, from left, Kandace Green, fifth grade; Elijah Brown, fourth grade; Payton Sisler, third grade; Amber Kegarise, second grade; Antoinette Williams, first grade; Daniel Cohen, kindergarten; and Anthony Williams, prekindergarten.
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Winter Street Elementary School has named its star athletes of the month for April in grades prekindergarten through five. 

The winners are Kandace Green, grade five; Elijah Brown, grade four; Payton Sisler, grade three; Amber Kegarise, grade two; Antoinette Williams, grade one; Daniel Cohen, kindergarten; and Anthony Williams, prekindergarten. 

Students chosen to be a star athlete have great abilities in all physical education activities. The students always try their best, have a good attitude, and always show good sportsmanship to others.

Winter Street school names good citizens

The following students in grades prekindergarten through five have been chosen by their teachers as classroom citizens for the month for March; Jacob Scott, Piper Sisler, Emily White, Nickolas Deaner, Aaliyah Bullard, Ethan Chaney, Alyssa Crabill, Luka Kifer, Makenzie Chaney, Bert Jameson, Maylasia Rodriguez, Thomas McPherson, Jeremy Kifer and Logan Randall. 

The students are chosen based on their attitude toward learning, respect, responsibility, attendance, homework completion and exhibiting good “Character Counts!” traits.


Happy birthday to Donna Stine Stockslager, may you have happiness the whole year through.

Zumba under way

The Zumba gold spring and summer session has begun and will run until the third week of August. 

Sessions are held Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at Christ’s Reformed Church, 130 W. Franklin St. in Hagerstown.

A 15-class punch card usable at both the Monday and Wednesday classes costs $30.

For more information, call Anita Binder at 301-393-0884.

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