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Youngs Grove Elementary School News

Media Center Summer Hours

media center Youngs Grove Media Center will be open on a few Wednesday mornings during the summer. Students may check out and return books, read books for summer reading, and use the computers to login and read on myOn. Visit the Media Center between 10 am and 12 noon on Wednesday, June 14 and 21 and July 19. Don't forget to also check out the Summer Reading Program at the Cedartown Public Library. 

Summer Reading Challenge

KidsReadingYoungs Grove's annual Summer Reading Challenge is on! Click here to see the rewards you will earn when you read. Students entering Kindergarten through 2nd grade should record each book they read; students who will be in grades 3-5 should record the amount of time they read. Students may simply record their reading on a piece of paper or download a reading log here. Our media center will be open from 10am-12pm on the following dates: May 31, June 14 & 21, and July 19. Students may check out books and use the library's computers to read on myOn.


Relay for Life "Beauty" Pageant

Who will represent Youngs Grove in the Relay for Life "Beauty" Pageant? Will it be...

  Styles     Bentley     Johnson 

           Stylicia....                                She-Batastic.....                   or   Musical Mama?
Students are donating their quarters to vote for their favorite contestant. Voting will end on Friday, May 5. The winner will participate in the Relay for Life "Beauty" Pageant at the Polk County Fair Grounds on May 6. All money raised will support our Youngs Grove Relay for Life team to help cancer patients in Polk County.

Kindness Revolution


State Farm Insurance Agent Jeff Truitt, Youngs Grove's Kindness Revolution's Community Champion, recognizes our Kind Student and Teacher of the Month. Congratulations to Hailyn Baxter and Mrs. Joy Hindman! Thank you, Mr. Truitt!

First Grade Authors

Brannon Brewster

                        Mrs. Brannon's class                                                Mrs. Brewster's class

Hicks Nails

                           Mrs. Hicks' class                                                     Mrs. Nails' class

Youngs Grove recently celebrated the writing talents of our 1st grade students. These student authors chose some of their favorite works to read to an audience of special guests, including Polk School District administrators and Youngs Grove administrators and staff.

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The Kindness Revolution™

Youngs Grove students and faculty are spreading kindness throughout the school and community! Faculty members recognize students with a kindness wristband whenIzzy they show kindness to others. Students, in turn, pass along their wristbands when they see others showing kindness. As a Community Champion of The Kindness Revolution™, State Farm Insurance Agent Jeff Truitt sponsors the program at Youngs Grove. All students and teachers who receive a kindness bracelet are entered into a drawing for the Kind Student and Teacher of the Month.

Speech Contest

Contest Winners

Youngs Grove 5th grade students competed in the annual Modern Woodmen of America Speech Contest. The topic for this year's event was "what it means to be a hero." Mackenzie Liepelt, center, was awarded first place in the contest. Mackenzie Terry, left, received 2nd place, and John Alvin Kelley, right, received 3rd place. Other student finalists are shown below: (2nd row) Briley Mathis, Peyton Clay, Katelyn Smith; (back row) Braylon James, and Kirsten Johnson.  


Young Georgia Authors Writing Competition


Congratulations to Alyssa Smith! She is the Polk School District 2nd Grade Winner in the Young Georgia Authors Writing Competition. Alyssa's story, "What Abe Couldn't Do," will be entered in the Northwest Georgia RESA Competition. 
Alyssa is a writing student of Ms. Gentry Sanford. 

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