Marthaville News 5-17-18

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Monday, May 14 The Marthaville PTO and Student Council made Teacher Appreciation Week one of the very best.  Monday, the teachers were greeted with banners and donuts.  Student Council moms “salad-uted” them with a variety of salads for lunch and again on Tuesday with a nacho bar because they are “Nacho Average Teachers.” 

Wednesday, they were treated to mini-massages and the 4-H Club moms served a baked potato bar, “This spud is for you!”  Thursday, 4-H Clover Bud moms showed them how “souper” they were and provided them with soups and such.  Friday, the PTO provided a Mexican lunch and the FCA provided an ice cream sundae bar. I would like to give credit to the Marthaville PTO.  Misty Rodrigues, Mandy Pearson, Kelly Mitchell, Stacy and Phillip Strahan are the Marthaville PTO. They form a small group that has big ideas and work for the school and teachers and it does not go unnoticed.

Pre-K and Kindergarten classes hosted “muffins with moms” Friday.  Student Council members served muffins, strawberries and fruit salad to moms in Pre-K and kindergarten.  The students gave plaques of their handprints and a book with question about their moms they answered.    Eighth grade graduation will be Friday and the last day at school will be May 23.

Bro. Tony Moran, pastor of Rocky Mount Methodist Church, homecoming that will be May 20. The business meeting starts at 10 a.m. and singing at 11 a.m. Scott Howell of West Monroe will be the speaker. Lunch will follow. The Belmont school reunion will be June 3 at the school gym. Registration will be from 9-10 a.m.

The Belmont Church homecoming will be Sunday, June 3.