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LaChance completes Army Mountain Warfare Course

From dream, to reality, to elite By CELIA SHORTT celia@newnan.com

Kayla LaChance ringing the UGA Chapel Bell after her commissioning ceremony.

University of Georgia graduate, former Coweta County student, and United States Army 2nd Lt. Kayla LaChance always wanted to serve her country and honor the sacri­ fices of those who came before her, but she never thought she would have that chance. “I was obese my entire life, so the physical part of the military never seemed like a viable option for me,” said LaChance. In her second semester at UGA, she joined the rowing team and began to lose weight. After losing 85 pounds in a year and a half, she decided to see if she could handle the physical aspects and joined the Air Force ROTC program. “After a year with them and after another 15 pounds, a total of 100 pounds lost, I switched to Army ROTC for a variety of reasons,” said LaChance. “I went from barely being able to pass a PT test my first semester to maxing, and most times exceeding the maximum scores, this last year.” LaChance’s hard work paid off. In January, she was one of five cadets, and the only female, to successfully complete t he A rmy Mounta i n

Photos courtesy Kayla LaChance

Kayla LaChance (at lef t) and a Special Forces captain who was in her squad at the Army Mountain Warfare Course. He was also a 2007 graduate from the UGA Army ROTC. After finding that out, he immediately took her under his wing and took care of her during the course.

Warfare Course. This mountain warfare course is attended by elite soldiers from all branches of t he m i l it a r y a nd prov ides tactical and technical training for cold weather operations. The training is based on techniques

from units currently engaged in mountain warfare. LaChance was chosen for this school, based on her academic excellence, military domain knowledge and high level

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Coweta schools surpass state on CRCTs Results are in for the recent CRCT exams, and the Coweta County School System did well overall. Coweta schools outperformed the state of Georgia overall on all grades and subjects tested by the Georgia Cri­ terion Reference Competency Test (CRCT) in 2013, said schools spokesman Dean Jackson. The CRCT measures student mastery of the state of Georgia’s basic curricu­ lum in the subjects of reading, English/ language arts, math, science and social studies in grades 3 through 8. In all, the 2013 CRCT covers 30 areas (five sub­ jects tested in six grades). 2013 CRCT results released by the Georgia Department of Education show Coweta County students met or exceeded the standards at a higher rate than the state of Georgia as a whole in all 30 areas covered by the test. The results also show that Coweta County students improved performance in several grades and subjects in the last year, with the passage rates of Coweta County students increasing in 21 of the 30 areas tested, and the percent­ age of students exceeding the standards increasing in 24 of the 30 areas tested. “I am proud of our teachers and stu­ dents and the efforts they make every day,” said Coweta County Superin­ tendent Steve Barker. “Our students are performing at high rates, and our schools are improving performance, even during some very difficult budget­ ary times. “We will continue to strive for improvement,” said Barker. Coweta schools outperformed the state by 8 percentage points in 8th grade math (with 91 percent meeting or exceeding standards compared to 83 percent in Georgia as a whole). Coweta students also did well in their perfor­ mance on CRCT science exams and social studies exams compared to their state counterparts. Coweta schools outperformed the state by 7 percentage points in 6th grade science (with 81 percent meeting or exceeding standards compared to 74 percent in Georgia as a whole) and 10 percent in 8th grade science (with 84 percent meeting or exceeding standards compared to 74 percent in Georgia as a whole).

Coweta schools outperformed the state by 8 percentage points in 6th grade social studies (with 86 percent meet­ ing or exceeding standards compared to 78 percent in Georgia as a whole) and 8 percent in 8th grade social studies (with 86 percent meeting or exceeding standards compared to 78 percent in Georgia as a whole). Coweta’s overall CRCT test perfor­ mance in 2013 improved in 21 of 30 areas over 2012 performance. For example, the percentage of stu­ dents meeting or exceeding 5th grade math test increased by 10 points, to 93 percent of students. The percentage of students meeting or exceeding 6th and 8th grade math standards increased by 6 points each on both tests in 2013, to 81 percent and 85 percent of students, respectively. The CRCT also gauges whether stu­ dents meet or exceed the standards being tested, based on grade level expectations. A higher percentage of Coweta students exceeded expectations during the 2013 administration of the CRCT exams, with increases in the per­ centages of students exceeding stan­ dards in 24 of the 30 areas tested. For example, while 98 percent of Coweta 8th graders met reading standards overall in 2013, 53 percent of 8th graders actually exceeded the stan­ dards on the exam. That is an increase of 8 percentage points over 2012, when 45 percent of 8th graders exceeded the standards. “That more students are moving into performance that exceeds standards reflects a lot of hard work on the part of both students and teachers,” said Barker. The Criterion Reference Compe­ tency Test is given to Georgia students in the spring of each school year. The CRCT is designed to measure how well students acquire the skills and knowl­ edge described in state curriculum. The assessments yield information on academic achievement at the student, class, school, system, and state levels. This information is used to diagnose individual student strengths and weak­ nesses as related to instruction and to gauge the quality of education through­ out Georgia.

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Festivities announced for Brown’s Mill Battlefield opening A grand opening of the Brown’s Mill Battlefield Historic Site is set for Saturday, July 27, with events from 9 a.m. until dusk.  There will be no general parking at the site for the opening ceremonies, Coweta County officials said. All parking will be at the Coweta County Fairgrounds, 275 Pine Road, with shuttles operating from 9 a.m. until 4:40 p.m. Parking for those using wheelchairs will be available at the historic site after a pass is obtained at the fairgrounds. A pass will have to be presented to security at the battlefield entrance to obtain on-site parking for the opening event. After 5 p.m., site parking will be open to the public. The Brown’s Mill Battlefield Historic Site on Millard

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of physical fitness. One of the parts she remembers most is the survival night. “We stayed outside, a nd could only use the equipment we had on us,” she said. LaChance will be one of the first to say that neither losing weight nor completing the mountain warfare course was easy, but she is glad she did it. “The hardest thing to do when you are in that position is to give up,” she said. “Just make yourself do it, and train yourself to push through the things you fear.” LaChance graduated from

UGA in May and received a com mission as a second lieutenant.  She is currently working as an assistant recruiter at freshman orientations until September. From there she will be attending the the Basic Officer Leadership Course for the Military Police Corps at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. She will be there for about four months before heading to Germany for her first duty station.  LaChance is excited, too, for her opportunity in Germany because her dad was stationed there when he was in the Army.

“My dad, John LaChance, was enlisted in the Army Military Police Corps,” she said. “His first duty station was Germany as well. I’m following in my daddy’s footsteps.” As for what she has accomplished so far, LaChance is very thankful for it and excited about the future. “It was never easy losing the weight,” she said. “But it was definitely the best thing I could’ve ever done with my life because I have an exciting career ahead of me and couldn’t be happier about it.”

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Let kids play Not long ago, I visited a local playground. The exact location will remain anonymous to protect the fun-crushers. It had the latest fencing to protect the precious little ones, or keep undesirables out. I’m still not sure which. The playground equipment was high tech, no rough edges to cause a boo boo. And the perfect ground cushioning was in place, so no one’s snowflake would get an owee. And then there was the sign. After reading it, I was in a funk for days. 1 . T here i s to b e adu lt supervision at all times. NO EXCEPTIONS.  Yes, children are always the cause of the world’s problems. We must protect them from each other. Put a bunch

of kids together and all hell always breaks out. They just can’t have fun without adults around. 2. No jumping from swings in motion. Isn’t that the point? I mean, it’s all about who can go the highest. Who can jump the longest? 3. No climbing except on the climbing wall. Did you even have a climbing wall on your playground? I thought the whole purpose of playgrounds was to climb on any and every thing possible. Hanging upside down from whatever is a rule of playgrounds. 4. No jumping from any playground equipment. And how, pray tell, can we play Superman?

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5. No throwing of mulch or rocks from the playground. I guess this means we are to use imaginary missiles during our wars or to fight off the bad guys. The question remains as to how one knows if one is hit. 6. No touching of someone ahead of you on the slide. I don’t even know where to go with that one. Everyone likes a little push for extra speed. 7. No climbing up the slides the wrong way. Anyone who has not raced up a slide “the wrong way” to see if they could make it,

please raise your hand. Still waiting. 8. No climbing, pulling or leaning on the fence. The purpose of a fence is to climb it. And has anyone ever leaned on a fence while talking with a friend or neighbor?  9. No wrestling, pushing, grabbing, kicking, or using any other physical aggression with each other. Okay, I’ll let the kicking part slide. But it’s a playground. No tackling the man with the ball? No king of the hill?  And that was it. At least it wasn’t a Top 10 list, only nine. I remember reading that thinking there were a lot of “no’s” and “don’ts.” There wasn’t a single “yes” or “do.” And the word “fun” was never mentioned. Ever. Why? Because we are all about rules; about not being sued because some precious snowflake actually went outside to play and got an owee.

Our “play” is becoming as structured and regulated as everything else. We are too legalistic and ready to sue at a moment’s notice. Coffee too hot? Sue them. And yes, that happens. I read that sign and looked at all the shining and, yes, cool, playground equipment. I saw the ground padding. And I thought to myself how can anyone have fun. Too many rules. Too many “don’ts.” As parents, we try to protect our children from harm. But it seems more and more we are protecting them from fun. And yes, during fun time, one can get a scrape or a scratch or sometimes even a sprained or broken ankle from taking the whole Superman thing a little too far. It’s called life. It’s

called the ER, where the SONs of Thunder have a running account. I thought up my own rules. Yes, there are a couple of “don’ts” but I think the tone follows the whole “have fun playing outside” as it was meant to be. 1. No electronics of a ny kind. NO EXCEPTIONS. 2. It’s called dirt. It won’t kill you. You can clean up later. 3. Be nice. 4. Wait your turn. 5. Share. 6. Only those kids actually playing in the playground can make up the rules for various games and contests. 7. If you get a boo boo, we have bandaids. 8. Drink plenty of water. 9. Have fun. L e t t h e k i d s p l a y. L e t them play and follow their own rules.

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