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Paulding FFA Holds First FFA Meeting Paulding FFA Sept meeting and Oct Newsletter

The Paulding FFA held its first meeting of the school year on Friday, September 18th in the Paulding High School Auditeria. The meeting was called to order and led by President,  Sydney Reineck. We had 10 FFA officers who presented opening ceremonies to start the meeting.  We discussed some upcoming events such as fruit sales which will be kicking off on October 8th. We will be participating in the Virtual Farm Science Review which will take place on September 22nd-24th. All FFA competition events are going to be virtual this year due to COVID-19. At the end of the meeting, we all played a team-building game which was Simon Says. The FFA members at the meeting were socially distanced with a total of 65 members, 2 advisors. We are excited for the upcoming year and new opportunities as a chapter!


Here is the link for the October newsletter.

Kids Eat Free Program Kids Eat Free Program

The USDA has extended several flexibilities with school meal services, until December 31, 2020, or until funds are depleted. Students who attend school in person who choose to eat school breakfast and lunch will not be charged for those meals.  This is wonderful news and will be a great financial relief for families in our school district. This is for grades Preschool through 12 including virtual learning students.  Beginning Thursday, September 17, 2020, through December 31, 2020, breakfast and lunch will be FREE to ALL PRESCHOOL STUDENTS by way of a 5-day meal pickup.  Meal bags are for parent/guardian pick up only, and will not be consumed during school.  Each Meal bag will include a 5 day supply of ready to eat breakfast and lunch meals along with milk.  

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American History at Paulding County Carnegie Library American History at Paulding County Carnegie Library

American History classes have been studying the Industrial Revolution, so we visited the Paulding County Carnegie Library to learn a little more about how Andrew Carnegie helped fund the building of our local library.  Many things have been canceled during the pandemic, but HANDS-ON LEARNING HAS NOT BEEN CANCELED! Please click on read more for pictures.

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