They include students picked for outstanding academic achievement or good citizenship.
They include Ashley Wood, Amirah Bridges, Jared Walski, Johanna Pineda, Carson Casstevens, Cameron Blevins, Trevor Liles, Harley Reynolds, Alex Torres Mora, Luke Royall, Christopher Jenkins, Shane Hutchens, Keyla Cabrera, Jessica Campos, McKenzie Gobble, Jiheem DeWalt, Jelani Powell, Jenna Atkinson, Megan Tucker, Caleb Cockerham, Mariana Vasuez, Annabelle Shore, Jackson Church, Hailey Gomez, C.J. Walden, Trishtian Stanley, Zack Hicks, Mari Davis, Colby Macemore, Cassidy Transou, Sandra Hammesfahr, Brayden Puryears, Brendon Eads, Mikey Arbgast, Caitlin Bergevin, Ben Wise, Mary Nicholas, Oksana Boles, Jonathan Pineda, Laura Dimmette, Katelyn Bryant, Cheyenne Murphy, Brianne Baker, Mckenzie Moxley Autumn Garcia, Allie Conrad, Brittany Brown, Alyssa Hicks, Haley Fife, Cary Carson, Miles Caudle, Satlyn Stanley, Logan Hamby, Molly Nichols and Alexandra Dinkins.
Volunteers are needed at the school. Anyone with an hour or two of free time is asked to come volunteer at the school. Adults are needed to read with students, work with students on math skills, help in the media center or help out in other areas around the school.
Boonville Elementary School has had an exciting February with weather causing a lot of later starts and delays, causing a lot of loss in instructional time.
Parents are being asked to keep children up to speed on their homework.
"Hopefully the bad weather will be behind us soon, but if you find yourself at home again with your child, use the time for some extra reading time or review math facts with them," a flyer reported last week.
"Younger students love it when an adult reads with them, and even older students enjoy sharing books and conversations about books. If your child is in third through sixth grade, review their multiplication facts, and make it a game or choose some appropriate online games that will help them fine-tune a skill that will be crucial for the rest of their lives.
"Another important point worth mentioning is making sure on snow days that students try to stay in the same bedtime routine. If we have several snow days in a row, and students are up late, it makes the transition back to a normal school week very difficult."
Some children like to play Xbox or Playstation or watch television. It is important to make sure kids do not spend too much time on console gaming devices or at least split up the time to keep them busy and occupied.
"Once again we remind our parents about our OneCall Phone notification system. As soon as Boonville school staff gets a call that there will be a cancellation or a delay, an automated message is sent out to all students and staff. If you have not received these calls, it is very important that we get a note from you with the phone number you wish the notification system to call.
"As we rely more and more on cell phones, if it becomes your primary or only phone, we defintely need to have that updated information available at the school. Stop and think for a minute. 'If my child becomes sick or needs me while they are at school, does his or her teacher have the correct contact information?'
"We hope the next few weeks remain weather-calm so we can return to a normal schedule. Mr. Sunshine we miss you!"
February has been Jump Rope for Heart Month, and residents are being asked to purchase a Little Caesar's Pizza Kit to support the PTA. Carmen Wilkins is being congratulated for recently representing the school in a district competition.
There will be an early release March 4.