Students attending Belington Elementary School created a power point presentation for teachers, family members and members of the Barbour County Board of Education, which they presented during the Dec. 19 Board of Education and local school improvement council meeting.
In the presentation, students said they really enjoy their school and they think the teachers make their experience special.
"The teachers know the students like their favorite books," said one of the student presenters. "We know our school needs some repairs, and when it is cold, we just put on our coats."
The Inter-Mountain photo by Beth Christian Broschart
Members of the Belington Elementary School fourth and fifth grade chorus performed songs for teachers, parents, family and members of the Barbour County Board of Education during the local school improvement council meeting Dec. 19.
Students adorned the school halls with posters pointing out the many reasons they like Belington Elementary School.
The fifth and fourth grade chorus performed songs for the audience and recognized their instructor, Mrs. Gloria McLean, for her dedicated service at the school for more than 30 years.
Students earning a distinguished designation for WesTests were recognized.
Student Maela Carr achieved the designation of distinguished in all subjects.
Others achieving the distinguished designation in at least one subject include Molly Clark, Cadie Menaboe, Nathan Riccio, David Chapman, Trenton Chevalier, Shelby Collins, Destiny Donegia, Ethan Edmond, Zoe Payne, Jenna Poling, Anna Ruf, Trent Tallman and Lyndon Wagoner.
Barbour County Board of Education Superintendent Joe Super commended the school on their presentation.
"Everyone did a wonderful job during the presentation," Super said. "This was equally as well this year as it was last year."