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Belmont Middle School Recognizes Kick Butts Day

April 6, 2017

On March 30th, Belmont School recognized Kick Butts Day, an annual celebration of youth leadership and activism in the fight against tobacco use. This year, Belmont High School’s Tobacco Free Coalition Team (FREE) joined forces with the Lady Cardinals basketball team to educate middle school students on the effects of tobacco use. Members of the FREE team informed students of the harmful effects that tobacco has on the body. Students learned that tobacco is an addictive substance that damages your lungs and causes harm to your mouth.

After informing students on the negative impact of tobacco, FREE team members presented an activity to help students make the decision to say NO to tobacco products. The team coordinated a friendly competition between the Lady Cardinals basketball team and the Middle School teachers. The players and teachers competed to answer questions on the harmful effects of tobacco. When a competitor answered correctly, he/she received a point and an opportunity to shoot a free throw to earn more points for his/her team. Several students in grades fifth through eighth were selected to participate on the teams. The audience cheered for the teams as they answered each question. After ten minutes of competition, the Middle School teachers defeated the Lady Cardinals basketball team by three points.

The event was coordinated by Belmont’s school nurse, Melody Harris. Nurse Melody and the FREE team members work diligently each year to plan events to encourage youth in their school to fight the influence of alcohol, drug, and tobacco use. The FREE team was excited about the success of the event and are already planning for next year’s Kick Butts Day.

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Cardinal Chatter

​​​​March 27, 2016

Hey, everyone! Let’s take a look at this week’s events and last week’s results.

Last week, the baseball team played Booneville twice last week; the scores are as follows: 12 (Booneville)-2 (Belmont) and 7 (Booneville)-5 (Belmont). They have three upcoming games this week: Mooreville (away) on March 28th (starting at 7pm), Mooreville (home) on March 31st (starting at 7pm), and Tremont (away) on April 1st (starting at 7pm).

The softball team won 7-5 against Red Bay and 3-1 against New Site last week. They also played Booneville last week, finishing the game with a score of 6 (Booneville)-5 (Belmont). This week, they will play Baldwyn (away) on March 27th (starting at 5pm), Kossuth (home) on March 28th (starting at 5:30pm), and Mooreville (away) on March 30th (starting at 5:30pm).

Tennis played against Booneville and North Pontotoc last week, beating out Booneville 6-1 and ending North Pontotoc’s match 4 (NP)-3 (Belmont). The team will play Alcorn Central at home on March 27th (starting at 4pm) and Kossuth at Corinth City Park on March 31st (starting at 4pm) this week.
The golf team placed first in both their Big Oaks and Red Bay matches last week, and Hunter Lucas was the top medalist last week, scoring 38 points. Their next matches are at Pickwick on March 28th and at Big Oaks on March 30th.

Archery placed 2nd behind New Site at their match in New Site last Friday. The next meets will be at Coffeeville on March 29th and New Albany on March 30th.

Please come out and support our teams this week! Have a great week, and go Cardinals!

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“Read Across America – A Celebration of Dr. Seuss”

March 24, 2017

During the week of February 27th through March 3rd, Belmont School celebrated “Read Across America.” This nationwide educational event is held annually in honor of world-renowned children’s author Dr. Seuss in conjunction with his birthday, March 2nd. Belmont students dressed up each day of the week to honor a different book by Dr. Seuss. On Monday, the students wore crazy socks to recognize Fox in Socks. Mustaches adorned the halls of the buildings on Tuesday in honor of The Lorax. On Wednesday, students dressed in “Wacky Wear” to celebrate the book Wacky Wednesday. Thursday was designated “Green Day” as the students celebrated Green Eggs and Ham by wearing green and enjoying a fantastic meal of green eggs and ham prepared by the cafeteria staffs for lunch. On Friday, students wore their favorite hats to acknowledge The Cat in the Hat.

Throughout the week, the students of the elementary building enjoyed signs prepared by the Belmont High School Cheerleaders featuring famous Dr. Seuss quotes. In addition, during the week-long event, several high school English students read the honored book of the day to the elementary students. Several grades also paid homage to Dr. Seuss’s book Bartholomew and the Oobleck during the week by reading the story and creating their own oobleck.

Friday was packed with culminating events for the week. During the morning, the 4th graders acted our several Dr. Seuss stories for the younger students. The celebration concluded with a parade to honor Dr. Seuss that afternoon. Belmont Elementary Principal Mrs. Katie Crane served as Grand Marshal as she drove her prisoner Officer Donovan Cain through the parade. She was followed by the Belmont High School Cheerleaders and Cardinal Marching Band as they cheered and played. Finally, riding on a fire truck and blowing bubbles, The Cat in the Hat, Thing 1, and Thing 2 arrived to the excited chants of the students.

4th grade teacher Mrs. Sheree Randolph and Kindergarten teacher Samantha Wright, coordinators of this event, would like to thank the following for all of the hard work and support throughout the week: Mr. Van Roberts, Mrs. Katie Crane, Mr. Jody McClung, Officer Donovan Cain, Mr. Rick Murrell, Mrs. Adrain Lynch, Mrs. Camille Stanfield, Mrs. Debra Newell, Mrs. Kristen Zemek, the BHS and BMS cafeteria staffs, the Belmont Fire Department, the BHS Cheerleaders and Cardinal Marching Band members, and all elementary teachers and staff. As Dr. Seuss once stated, “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” Much fun was held by all, and many memories were made throughout the week!

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