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Trinity Christian School Student Honors 2017 Published by The Newnan Times-Herald Sunday, May 28, 2017

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2D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, May 28, 2017

Trinity Christian Honors 2017

Kayla Whittle, salutatorians Charlotte Britt, Kate Forde, Macall Rivers and Kimberly Jones.

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4D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, May 28, 2017

Trinity Christian Honors 2017

ABOVE: Math award winners Regan Lohlein, Cristian Loris, Emily Clanton, Hailey Brown, Kiersten Johnson and Sarah Taylor.

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Sunday, May 28, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 5D

Trinity Christian Honors 2017

ABOVE: Math award winners Regan Lohlein, Cristian Loris, Emily Clanton, Hailey Brown, Kiersten Johnson, Sarah Taylor and Kimmie Galka.

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Sunday, May 28, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 7D

Trinity Christian Honors 2017

ABOVE: Science award winners Casey Hutchinson, Alex Walling, Heather Berry, Shelbi Wingfield, Breanna Daniels, Jimmy Mardell, Josh Hess, Drew Taylor and Jason Railey.

LEFT: History award winners Kaleigh Bishop, Kate Forde, Rachael Aldridge, Matthew Cotton and Caitlin Ledford.

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8D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, May 28, 2017

Trinity Christian Honors 2017

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10D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, May 28, 2017

Trinity Christian Honors 2017

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Sunday, May 28, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 11D

Trinity Christian Honors 2017

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12D — The Newnan Times-Herald  |  Sunday, May 28, 2017

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Sunday, May 28, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 13D

Trinity Christian Honors 2017

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14D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, May 28, 2017

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16D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, May 28, 2017

Trinity Christian Honors 2017

ABOVE: Junior Marshals Cristian Loris, Sascha Kopca, Jacob Richardson, Ben Tigchelaar and Cheyenne Teems.

Service award winners Chad Whittle, Kara Joy Bragg, Alex Walling, Mollie Smith and Jacob Downs.

Junior Marshals Sam Cotton, Mark Grace, Charlotte Harris and Jimmy Mardell.

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Schools earn STEM, STEAM certifications from Georgia Department of Education ​ att Cardoza, StatePoint M The Georgia Department of Education has awarded Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) certification to M.A. Jones Elementary School in Atlanta Public Schools, STEM recertification to Kennesaw Mountain High School in Cobb County and Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology in Rockdale County, and Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) certification to Charles R. Drew Charter School in Atlanta Public Schools. State School Superintendent Richard Woods presented the certifications in ceremonies at the respective schools this month. “Our students need a solid foundation of science, technology, engineering and math as they enter the 21st-century economy,” Superintendent Woods said. “Our STEM certification program is all about recognizing the schools that are taking up that task and doing an exceptional job providing those opportunities for

students. Each of these schools is doing a fantastic job equipping students with STEM skills and experiences in a creative, projectbased environment that personalizes student learning. In addition, Drew Charter is going one step farther and integrating the fine arts with a top-notch STEM program. This is great news for students, who are receiving a rich, relevant education that will prepare them for the future.” M.A . Jones Elementary is the first school in APS to earn STEM certification from the GaDOE. The school encourages students to move beyond just learning about STEM subjects and encourages them to be scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. Students at M.A. Jones use computer-aided design programs such as Inventor to design and create engineering products. The school has connected with an urban farm where students learn the importance of growing and eating nutritious foods. Georgia State University uses the school as a training ground for STEM

teachers. To earn STEM certification, schools must submit an application showing that they meet specific criteria, including evidence of teacher collaboration, business and industry partnerships, high levels of math and science instruction, and an integrated, projectbased STEM curriculum. A team from the Georgia Department of Education visits each school to observe its program. Once a school has been STEMcertified by the GaDOE, they must re-certify every five years. K en ne s aw Mou nt a i n H i g h School, one of just ten STEMcertified high schools in Georgia, was recertified on April 27. Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology, the first Georgia high school to receive STEM certification, was also recertified this month. Kennesaw Mountain’s STEM program is characterized by a freshman class that is engaged in integrated English L a nguage Arts and business coursework. Students must find their

own business/industry mentor for their freshman project. All students in the STEM program conduct scientific research during their tenure with the school and are expected to articulate the results of that research orally and in writing. Rockdale Magnet provides a dynamic learning environment designed for high-achieving students with interest and aptitude in math, science, and technology. Students complete three years of scientific research and enter it in a variety of national and international STEM competitions. They are also required to complete a scientific senior capstone experience, and most Rockdale Magnet students participate in an intense internship with business partners, allowing them to explore career options in STEMrelated fields. The STEA M G eorgia certification program aligns with the STEM Georgia certification program and share a common vocabulary, timeline, and design. STEAM is the integra-

Select among clever graduation gifts Graduation celebrations typically involve commencement ceremonies, family dinners and/or parties and plenty of gifts for newly minted grads. According to the U.S. National Center for Education Statistics, roughly 3.5 million students are expected to be awarded high school diplomas at the end of the 2016-17 school year. That makes graduation season a season for shopping as well. Graduation gifts can be as varied as the personalities of the graduates themselves. Here are some less typical gift ideas for shoppers who want to give the new grads in their lives something unique. • Time capsule: Let the graduate pull together a series of items that exemplify some of the best days of their lives. These items can then be tucked away in the capsule and opened years from now.

items that look very similar to their new classmates’ belongings. Set your favorite grad’s items apart with monogrammed pieces that are unique and easy to recognize.

• Commemorative coins: Purchase coins for the year the graduate was born or the year he or she is graduating. These coins can be saved or later turned into useable currency.

• Individual coffee machine: If it’s allowed in the dorm, a single-serve coffee machine can help students make it through finals week. A coffee machine also will help students save money on takeout coffee.

• Tailgating kit: Set up your graduate with a portable grill and the grilling accoutrements needed to throw a great tailgating party with friends.

that much easier. Food can always serve as the centerpiece of such baskets, but don’t hesitate to include dec• Monogrammed items: College orative items to outfit that first apartstudents may arrive on campus with ment or dorm room.

Graduations offer a chance to celebrate students who are moving on to the next chapter in their lives. Fun and thoughtful gifts can make the transition that much easier.

• Restaurant gift cards: Grads need to eat but are often short on money. • Macro phone camera lens: Gradu- Research local eateries around the ates can capture all of their memories college campus and stock up on gift from parties, vacations and more with cards. a macro lens to fit their phones. • Family vacation: For college graduates, a voucher for a fun, old-fash• Survival kit: If the graduate is ioned vacation can bring the family going to college or leaving college, customize a basket full of items he or together one last time before jobs and she may need to make their transitions mismatched schedules get in the way.

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tion of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics infused with meaningful arts integration. STEAM utilizes the arts as a vehicle for demonstrating what has been learned, while increasing creativity and teaching “habits of mind” that can be applied to any subject. Charles R . Drew Char ter School (Atlanta Public Schools) is Georgia’s second STEAM-certified school and first STEAMcertified charter school. At Drew Charter, project- and problembased learning occurs on a regular and purposeful basis, with strong connections to fine arts standards as well as math and science. Drew demonstrates a mastery of integrated project-based learning that has become part of the character and culture of the school. The school has an outdoor garden lab, a Tinker Space, and a STEAM lab to serve students in technology and engineering design challenges. L ea r n more about ST EM schools at stemgeorgia.org. Learn more about STEAM schools here.


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