W.G. Nunn Art teacher, Sarah Lowe, and students from Patty Ewing's kindergarten class are participating in Habitat for Humanity's annual Birdhouse Auction. The student's donation is a gourd birdhouse spatter painted in the tradition of artist, Jackson Pollock. Habitat Director, Molly Ferrier, visited the class to accept their donation and explain the important work of Habitat for Humanity.
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 MLK Poem/Poster Contest Winners. These students will be recognized during the annual MLK Youth Program at Mathis City Auditorium on Monday, January 20, 2020, at 11:00 am.
In addition, they will be recognized during the January 28, 2020, Valdosta Board of Education work session that will be held at Horne Learning Center beginning at 7:00 pm.
Award-winning artist visits VHS art classes to speak to students about art and how it has impacted his life.
Oluwatoni Salami, from VHS, represented the Southwest Georgia Local Section of the American Chemical Society in the National Illustrated Poem Contest.
Sixth grade STEM students at VMS were challenged to a design competition. Students had to work through the VMS Design Process: question and define, imagine, plan, design, test and analyze, reflect and improve, and communicate. Rockets were made with 2 liter bottles. Students did two test launches and redesigned before their final launch.
The annual W.G. Nunn Elementary 4th and 5th grade Spelling Bee was held recently in the school's Media Center. Winners were 4th grade student, Tymar Smith (1st place), 4th grader, Jahmal Benson (2nd place), and 4th grader, Miyoko Lee (3rd place).
Valdosta City Schools will host a community forum on Monday, December 9 starting at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria of Valdosta Middle School.
VMS students have been selected to participate in the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP.) Duke TIP supports bright students, nurtures their academic talents, and provides the resources they need to reach their highest potential. Only students scoring in the top five percent on their grade-level tests are eligible to join. Congratulations Wildcats!