The character education word for the month of December at West Fannin Elementary School was Compassion. The definition we used is "Being aware of others' troubles and wanting to help; sympathy." These students were chosen as the classroom winners because the consistently display these attributes - Congratulations!!
The December winners for the West Fannin Elementary School Student of the Month program have been announced. Students are nominated based on work effort, completion of assignments, regular school attendance, behavior, and character. One student per grade level is chosen each month. Each student received a free Kid's Meal from Wendy's Restaurant.
Fannin County High School members exhibited their livestock supervised agriculture projects (SAE) at the Georgia National Fair in Perry, Georgia October 4-7. The members won various awards and recognitions. Montana Pearson and Tayelor Long exhibited commercial beef heifers. Jesse Patterson, Taylor VanZandt, Dakota Burke, Asher Patterson, and Lakota Towe exhibited market goats. IN addition, members won various awards and recognitions. Jacob VanZandt, Alexis Franklin, Daniel Davis, and Kaylee Henry exhibited commercial breeding ewes.
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The Fannin County High School Rebels basketball team made a large donation to the food pantry ran by Tracy Summers. To hear what head coach, Scott Eggelston, and Summers had to say, click here.
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