A compilation of articles written by Madison County School students.

NOVEMBER 17, 1999

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Madison County students give high school principal Allen McCannon an apple.

American Education Week celebrated at MCHS
"Students today, Leaders tomorrow" is this year's theme for American Education, which the Future Georgia Educators club members will be kicking off Nov. 14. The nationwide celebration ends Nov. 20.
During this week, national education will be promoted in schools throughout the United States. In our school, teachers will be receiving apples and cards. Posters will be displayed throughout the halls.
Do not forget to show your favorite teacher that you appreciate them this week.

MCHS theatrical extravaganza upcoming
Broadway, here they come! Talented young actors and actresses have toiled long and hard the past few months to bring entertainment into your lives during a three-day spread on Nov. 18, 19 and 20.
These performances will include an ensemble of plays and productions featuring excerpts from such favorites as "Three on a Bench," "Whose Life is it Anyway," "Blithe Spirits," "Barefoot in the Park," "Brighton Beach Memoirs," Star-Spangled Girl" and "Moments... A Love Story." Scenes from the classics like "Romeo and Juliet," "Harvey" and "Arsenic and Old Lace" will also be performed. These selections will be performed by the drama class.
The Drama Club will participate in the presentation of the plays "The Lost Elevator" and "The Bald Soprano."
Entertainment will begin at 8 p.m. in Room 107 in the high school. Tickets are $3 in advance and $4 at the door. Posse Club members receive $1 off admission. Be sure to come and support our theatrics department and be ready for an unforgettable night of antics.

Fine dining to accompany a night of entertainment
As the fall season continues so does a tradition...dinner theater. Since 1985, Debbie McCant's Professional Food Service classes have hosted a dinner event prior to plays put on by the MCHS Drama club. The event is professionally prepared. Students, who have been trained for months, serve and prepare the meal.
This year the menu includes: chilled vegetable wedges, lemon chicken with pasta primavera, cheese herb biscuits, tortoni squares, iced tea and a selection of hot beverages.
Dinner will be served at 7 p.m., Nov. 19 and 20, in the Professional Foods classroom, and the cost is $12 for the meal with a ticket to the Festival of One Act Plays included. To reserve tickets, contact Debbie McCants at 795-2173. Come expecting the best in food, service and dining experiences.

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Colbert Elementary School names honor students
Colbert Elementary School has announced its first quarter honor students.
Those named to the honor roll are:
Chelsea Abbott, Shantydra Arnold, Iesha Barnett, Ariel Bates, Brianna Dills, Hayley Epps, Ashley Fields, Hannah Free, Loreanna Garcia, Francis Garrett, Jessica Goss and Kyle Himsl.
Also, Christopher Kent, Victoria Lane, Gregory Magrum, Samantha Maloney, Kayla Meadows, Dylan Mobley, Sakoya Moon, Cody Moore, Bradley Raines, April Rogers, Sean Scott, Shana Shelton, Alexia Supakorndej, Michael Timmons, Stephanie Willoughby and Sydney Yarbrough.
Nicole Adams, Casey Brown, Anthony Caudell, Adilene Chapa, Kenny Collins, Kristen Crumley, Thomas Ellis, Alex Faulkner, Seth Fleming, Amanda Gerrett, Stephanie Haley, Claude Johnson, Marcus Kelley, Jack May, Zach Nash, Nathan Ollis, Stephanie Power, Adam Tallent, Robert Williams and Brittany Wills.
Kayla Arrowood, Justin Bray, Kristin Brown, Hannah Calloway, Tiffany Cheek, Brittney Corbin, Alex Gaskin, Taylor Hart, Leslie Herring, Timothy Jackson, Crystal Kull, Elizabeth Manley, Jessica Martin, Justin Milner, Blake Nash, Mandy Pilon, Freddie Power, Vince Sapp, Tamara Sims, Chris Smith, Zachary Thrift, Alex Tilton and Arcon Walker.
Stephanie Arrendale, Saxon Brooks, Jordan Brown, Meagan Callaway, Caleb Cronic, Chelsea Dameron, Cedric Fortson, Chelsea Himsl, Angela Magrum, Lee Lane, Nick Moon, Russell Rice, Kiki Welbon, Jimmy Welch and Brooke Williams.
Students who were named to the merit list are:
Aldreakis Allen, Savannah Anderson, Tiffanie Anderson, Alex Baker, Marlaina Booth, Terry Cobbs, Kim Curry, John Eng, Heather Gibson, Brittni Gowan, Bradley Hardy, Shante Johnson, T.J. Jones, Alan Knight, Corey Lawrence, Andrew Morris, Josh Nunizato, Matthew Papp, Josh Power, Sarah Powers, Nicholas Pugh, Amber Strickland and Jessica Whitehead.
Chelsea Anderson, Danielle Baker, Heather Bushy, Morgan Cheely, Sierra Christian, Chaz Crumpton, Brittany Davis, Dustin Edwards, Mallory Farmer, Chris Ford, Sam Hansford and Jessica Jackson.
Also, Kayla Kimbel, Jocelyn Lane, Justin Lindsey, Sheena Mason, Malcom McCarty, A.K. Meadows, Joshua Milner, Brittany Patrick, Darryll Reynolds, Jana Rice, Ray Rife, Shane Strickland, Jonathan Stuchell, Will Whaley, Morgan Williams, Trista Wills and Kati Wyatt.
Beth Anne Bardin, Kathryn Cook, Justin Couch, Stephen Cox, Chance Culp, Angel Dalton, Brandon Gunnin, Scott Hackett, Ashleigh Heard, Blake Huff, Aimee Jones, Wesley Jones, Kayla Kubitzky and Dwayne Lane.
Also, April Lang, Brandi Lavender, Meagen Lindsey, Edward Lordman, Sena Loudermilk, Nick May, Alex Monterroso, Andrea Moon, Porsche Perkins, Ben Phillips, Kimsey Phillips, Kegan Rice, Giovanna Soto, Jeff St. Felix, Justin Watson, Sarah Willoughby and Krystal Wills.

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