Jackson Academy's Lower School created Christmas cards to deliver to patients who spent the holidays at the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center. Students (from left) fourth graders Zoe Laney, Houston Warren, Reid Miller, McKinley Kelly, and Eli Elinski are shown with several cards that were delivered.
Jason Crocker (front) from Madison Water Department recently visited MRA’s environmental science lab and helped the students test for water purity, chlorine levels, and PH balance of the different waters that each student provided. Pictured with Crocker are (from left, back) Leigh Tucker, Remington Webster and Cori Kendall.
Elected Most Artistic at Jackson Prep’s recent Precis Pageant were (from left) Thomas Swayze and Michelle Daschbach.
Students listed to the honor roll at Jackson Academy for the second term include:
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held an end-of-season banquet for the varsity football team. Award recipients were (from left) Trey Hebert, Special Teams Award; Isaac Watts, Anchor Award; Aaron Cooper, Saint Award; Lleyton Carr, MVP Award; and Jordan Simmons, Coaches Award.
Saint Anthony Catholic School third grade students recently created and dressed in costumes during their study of Egypt. Pictured are (from left) Amelia Rowlett, Barbara McGlinchey, Kennedy Klar, Maddie Webb, Kylie Freemyer and Summer Kennell.
First Presbyterian Day School first-graders presented their annual Christmas pageant “Sent to be our King” for family and friends. Shown are (from left, back) Tyler Young, Luke Hurt, Ric Rutledge, Grayton Walsh, Matthew Woo, David Mann, Clifton Decker; (front) Charlie Chandler, Annabelle Hendrix, Emma Grace Muirhead, and Jaycee Baker.
The Service Book Club at Jackson Academy recently hosted a spirit-dress day fundraiser where Upper School students donated to Big House Books to be allowed to wear Christmas-themed attire to school.
Kindergarten students at First Presbyterian Day School enjoyed their annual Fall Fest.
St. Anthony Catholic School Student Council recently held a Winter Warmth Drive. The collected blankets were donated to the local Shower Power Ministry. Working on the project were (from left, back) Jack Williams, Noah James, Justina Visgarra, Abby Myles, Declan Shipley; and (front) Josie Jones and Marie Beauchamp.