Nov 27 2017

Mt. Vernon Message 11/27/2017

Archery practice is every Monday until 5:00.  Remember that if there is no school, there is no archery practice and at the moment practices will not be made up.  If you are considering purchasing your child a bow, it must be a Matthews Genesis bow. However, it is not necessary to do so as the school has enough bows for every participant.  If you have any questions see a coach after practice or call MVES.

If you haven’t paid your archery dues please send this in by December 9th.

Class News

Mrs. Kaci Brown’s 1st Grade

A hippo could carve the turkey but his nose is too big.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Elizah

A fox could carve the turkey but he might eat the turkey.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Zeik

A wolf could carve the turkey but its claws would scratch it in pieces.  I guess my papaw will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Levi

A dolphin could carve the turkey but it would get the table all wet.  I guess my dad will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Emily

A worm could carve the turkey but it is too small.  I guess my mammie will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Madison

A coyote could carve the turkey but it would steal the turkey.  I guess my dad will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Christopher

A lion could carve the turkey but he would swat the turkey off the table and eat it.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Connor

A shark could carve the turkey but his teeth might hurt someone.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Xavier

A tiger could carve the turkey but he might think its all for him.  I guess my daddy will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Blake

A cat could carve the turkey but it might get fur in our food.  I guess my mamaw will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Ava

A shark could carve the turkey but his teeth might hurt someone.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Xavier

A tiger could carve the turkey but he might think its all for him.  I guess my daddy will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Blake

A cat could carve the turkey but it might get fur in our food.  I guess my mamaw will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Ava

A snake could carve the turkey but it doesn’t have any arms.  I guess my grandpa will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Silas

A duck could carve the turkey but it might peck all the guests.  I guess my papa will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Jadyn

A swordfish could carve the turkey but it would cut through the table.  I guess my pappie will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Zain

A kangaroo could carve the turkey but it might get hair in it.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey-just like always.  Aubrey

Mrs. Kathy’s and Mrs. Kaci’s classes have enjoyed reading Who Will Carve the Turkey This Thanksgiving? by Jerry Pallotta as a part of their study of animals and celebration of Thanksgiving.  The students were challenged to write their own ending for the story.

Mrs. Kathy’s 1st Grade Class

AJ – A horse could carve the turkey, but his horseshoes would get the turkey so dirty.  I would like my mom to carve our turkey this year.

Aliyah – A coyote could carve the turkey but he would take it to his home.  I guess I will carve our turkey this year.

Stormy – A cat could carve the turkey, but it would eat it and its fur would get all over the food.  I guess I will carve our turkey this year.

Elizabeth – A dog could carve the turkey, but it would bark and eat the turkey.  I guess my nana Rose will carve our turkey this year – just like always.

Sydney – A pterodactyl could carve the turkey, but they’d probably wreck the house and it would be hard to find one because they are extinct.  I guess my mom and my grandma will have to carve our turkey—just like always.

Brynna – A monkey could carve the turkey, but it would run and jump all over the house and make a mess.  I guess my mom and I will have to carve our turkey this year.

Lillie – A rhino could carve the turkey, but it would use its horn and probably knock it over in the floor.  I guess my papaw will have to carve our turkey—just like always.

Dakota – A moose could carve the turkey, but the antlers would tear it into pieces.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey—just like always.

Kaleigh – A wolf could carve the turkey, but it would probably eat it all up.  I guess my grandma will have to carve our turkey – just like always.

Kevin – A lion could carve the turkey, but he has too much hair.  I guess my dad will have to carve our turkey –just like always.

Mason – A salamander could carve the turkey, but he probably wouldn’t be able to do it.  I guess my mamaw will have to carve our turkey—just like always.

Jaydon – A kangaroo could carve the turkey, but he would hop over the rest of our food.  I guess my mom my papaw will have to carve our turkey—just like always.

Dakota – A moose could carve the turkey, but the antlers would tear it into pieces.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey—just like always.

Kaleigh – A wolf could carve the turkey, but it would probably eat it all up.  I guess my grandma will have to carve our turkey – just like always.

Kevin – A lion could carve the turkey, but he has too much hair.  I guess my dad will have to carve our turkey –just like always.

Mason – A salamander could carve the turkey, but he probably wouldn’t be able to do it.  I guess my mamaw will have to carve our turkey—just like always.

Jaydon – A kangaroo could carve the turkey, but he would hop over the rest of our food.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey –just like always.

Dawson – A king cobra could carve the turkey, but it would poison me.  I guess my mom will have to carve our turkey – just like always.

Bailey – A shark could carve the turkey, but he would eat it and all our other food, too.  I guess my mom and dad will have to carve our turkey—just like always.

Tyson – A T-Rex could carve the turkey, but he has tiny hands and he would just eat all the turkey.  I guess my aunt will have to carve the turkey –just like always.

Kelsey – A cheetah could carve the turkey, but it would be hard for me to find one.  I guess my grandma will have to carve our turkey –just like always.

Addison – A zebra could carve the turkey, but it would eat it.  I guess my mamaw will have to carve our turkey this year –just like always.

 

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