Immanuel Baptist Church
Southern Quality Construction
Gibson & Keith
Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
Lucky’s Of Monticello
Union Bank 1
Days Inn Monticello
War Eagle Boats
Pines Broadcasting Company
LifeShare No Date
Flu Shots Monticello Medical Clinic
Secure Storage 2
Frazer’s Funeral Home
Bradley County Medical Center
Head of the Class
Johnson’s Showroom Furniture
South Arkansas Business Solutions
Ashley County Medical Center 2
Drew Central fourth graders eagerly took on the Christmas STEM Challenge “Candy Cane Calamity”. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. Students worked in teams and designed and built a way to safely “mail” two candy canes in one paper bag package without breakage. Students were required to follow criteria and constraints. Once the packages were complete, students weighed them in grams and used a grams to ounces converter website. Next, they used Chromebooks and researched FedEx, USPS, etc. rates to mail their packages to Santa at the North Pole aka Geographic North Pole or Terrestrial North Pole. (more…)
Drew Central fourth graders have kicked-offed another year of “Leaders as Readers”! This is a partnership between the students and Monticello Rotary Club members. Each week a members read to the three classes of fourth graders. Members share their life experiences including education and what they did to become a leader in the community.
This partnership started sixteen years ago with a goal of teacher Eva Arrington to help students understand that their community cares about them.
Drew Central fourth graders were given dictionaries by Monticello Rotary Club members.
Drew Central Elementary and Middle Schools celebrated International Literacy Day on September 8.
The process for filing for school board seat candidates has been completed.
The Drew Central school board met in special session, Tuesday evening, and agreed to hire a new football coach.
On May 26, a letter was delivered to Drew Central football coach Steven Moore, telling him that he had been suspended, and would be recommended for termination to the school board.
Drew Central fourth graders were Disney bound as part of a multi-digit multiplication project. This real-world scenario asked students to make choices and plan a seven day family trip to the most magical place on Earth, Disney World in Orlando, Florida! (more…)
Drew Central fourth graders researched different counties in Arkansas as part of a study of Arkansas History. Using the information gathered, students created floats out of shoe boxes and held the 3rd annual Arkansas float parade for the elementary students.
Float winners in pic:
1st Place-Daniel Chang
2nd Place-Blaine Caldwell
Drew Central fourth graders are exploring Defined STEM lessons with the use of classroom Chromebooks. Fourth graders were given a prompt “Child obesity in the United States has been a growing problem in the last ten years. This is a serious problem for kids. Scientist believe that child obesity is a growing health problem.What can you do to inform parents and children and to explain the benefits of exercise for children?”
On January, 16, 2016 the first year Drew Central 21st CCLC Robotics Team competed in the Collierville, TN Dragon VEX competition and placed 2nd. When the team arrived they were ranked 21 out of 21. During the 37 qualifications rounds, teams play as an “alliance”.
Each alliance consists of two teams randomly chosen and put together to show teamwork and to see how the alliance could work together and make their robots complement one another. Drew Central played 7 qualifying rounds and won each. At the end of the qualification match, DC Gearheads had advanced to 2nd place overall.
5 EAST lab students at Drew Central Middle School competed in the Verizon Innovative App Challenge, where they brainstormed and formed a concept for a phone application.
You can vote to support the DCMS EAST by vting for their app, by texting TRAVELCLOUD2 to 22333. (more…)
UAM-Dr. Jeffrey Taylor
Drew Central – Trudy Jackson
Katelyn Bostian, sixth grader at Drew Central is the top Accelerated Reader in the middle school. The students get rewards for reading so many points. When they reach 200 points, they are given gift cards for each 100 points that they read and test. Katelyn asked that the money that would be spent on the gift cards be donated to a local animal shelter. Katelyn is a great example for the other students at Drew Central Middle School.
Drew Central fourth graders participated in the 2015 One Hour of Code which is a one-hour activity designed for students of all ages.
The largest learning event in history kicks off during Computer Science Education Week, December 7-13. The goal was to have a global movement with millions of students from around the world learning about coding at the same time. Students can choose from a variety of self-guided tutorials, for kindergarten and up. Once students see what they create right before their eyes, they’re empowered to keep going. Why computer science? Every 21st-century student should have the opportunity to take part in creating technology that’s changing the world. The basics help nurture creativity and problem-solving skills, and prepare students for any future career. By exposing both girls and boys to fundamental computing concepts on a level playing field, we can inspire today’s generation of students to build technology. (more…)
On September 8th, the Drew Central Parent Center in conjunction with the SEARK Reading council, the ARA and ILA sponsored BREAKFAST AROUND THE WORLD in honor of International Literacy Day.
A panel of 17 individuals from (more…)
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Ashley County Medical Center
Interfor Job Openings
NorthSide Baptist Church
Cass Martin Realty
Union Bank 2
Atlas Foundation Repair
Custom Truck / Spee-D-Lube
Drew Farm / Drew Outdoor & Casual Wear
The Computer Guys
The Guest House
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Razorback Body Shop
Cash Saver Food Outlet
Delta Memorial Dr. Foscue
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Monticello Animal Clinic
Advertise With Monticello Live
Wing Tip Gear Dumas, AR
Bone’s Auto Parts
Holiday Inn Express