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Page Students Celebrate Fairness

Fairness was the character trait discussed at the recent Page Elementary assembly. In addition to a panel of student leaders, each class nominated and voted for one person to receive the fairness award. Their classmates receiving the honor were fair and open to inviting others into groups and recess events. The fairness winners were surprised when their parents walked in just as they were receiving their awards.
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Teens Talk to Younger Students About Dangers of Tobacco

They hear about the dangers in television advertisements. They've heard warnings from adults. But still, young people are curious about smoking and tobacco use. A group of Thornapple Kellogg High School students hopes their connection to their younger peers helps get their message across. The high school students are part of a group called Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU) and their goal is to mentor younger students about the dangers of tobacco use.
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Three Page OM Teams Advance to State Finals

Three Odyssey of the Mind teams from Page Elementary School will advance to the State Finals March 16 hosted at TK Schools. This year, the TK district sent 13 teams to the regional competition with 11 eligible to advance. Of those eligible, 10 teams are advancing.
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Page Spelling Champion Crowned

Max Knowles won the Page Elementary School spelling bee with Camden Peter earning the runner up title. Eighteen spellers from all the fourth and fifth-grade classrooms competed Thursday in the school-wide finals. It wasn't until the 12th round when Peter stumbled on the word "sepia." Knowles went on to correctly spell his 12th round word "clavicle" and then the winning word "lustrous" to claim the title. Both Knowles and Peter will represent Page Elementary at a regional spelling bee.
Other classroom winners making it to the finals were Jackson Conkle, Myles Chambers, Kayley King, Landon Kostelec, Kenzee Knight, Koby Wilkerson, Isla Johnson, Tealy Cross, Jenna Robinett, Molly Alden, Adam McLaughlin, Sidney Ripley, Annabelle Pennington, Meghan Skidmore, Emma Johnson, and Lucy Kamps.
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Students Focus on Gratitude and Respect

With the upcoming holiday season, Page students are being reminded to think about the character traits of gratitude for all they have and respect for others who may face difficult or stressful times during the holidays or who may celebrate in different ways.
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Fifth Graders Get Head Start on Career Exploration

From the time they enter school, students are often asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" With the help of some professionals who volunteered their time, Page fifth graders got a glimpse into what certain careers might look like, what education is needed, and how students can pursue their goals.
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