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Presley Brothers donate books to CoxPresley Brothers donate books to CoxDawson and Peyton Presley recently celebrated their birthdays and wanted to donate their books to the Media Center at Cox Elementary.  Dawson celebrated his fourth birthday and Peyton celebrated his first birthday.  Instead of asking for presents, they donated books to our media center.  It was a very generous donation and our students will greatly benefit from them.  We greatly appreciate their generosity and look forward to our students getting to read them.  Pictured (L-R in wagon):  Dawson and Peyton Presley; (back row L-R):  Mrs. Ashley Purvis, Media Specialist; Principal Jim Horne; Mr. Sonny Presley (grandfather); Ms. Marcie Tadlock; and parents, Mrs. Megan and Mr. Zach Presley.

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GIFTS Club Serves at Cox Thanksgiving LunchGIFTS Club Serves at Cox Thanksgiving Lunch

Students of Cox Elementary’s GIFTS program prepared and served drinks for the Thanksgiving Lunch.  GIFTS stands for Great Individuals for Today’s Society.  The club was formed this school year and its purpose is to reach inside of each individual member, to pull out their good and perfect gift that makes them a unique individual. It helps build relationships and makes students leaders. 

Cox Pre-K Gets a Special VisitorCox Pre-K Gets a Special VisitorPre-K students at Cox Elementary spent this week learning about community helpers.  A special visitor, Lt. Rocky Hancock from the Moultrie Police Department, talked to them about safety and showed them his police car. 
Bio Bus Visits CoxBio Bus Visits CoxFifth grade students from Ms. Shonta Walker’s class learned about DNA from a demonstration from Georgia State University’s Bio Bus.   This demonstration was held in the STEM Lab.  The purpose of the Bio Bus is to teach elementary students about genetic traits and diversity. 
Cox Celebrates VeteransCox Celebrates Veterans

Moultrie’s VFW Post 4830 visited Cox Elementary on Veteran’s Day and demonstrated the flag.  The flag was ceremoniously folded by Mr. Ed Irby and Mr. Randall Hancock.  Each fold was explained to the students, along proper care and maintenance of a flag. Mr. Irby is a twenty-one year veteran, who served in the Korean War and Vietnam War. Mr. Hancock is a three-year veteran, who fought in the Vietnam War.   Students, faculty, staff, and parents of Cox Elementary are very grateful for their service to our country!

Mock ElectionMock ElectionMrs. Ashley Purvis, media specialist at Cox Elementary, held a mock election in the media center.  Mrs. Purvis provided students and teachers with digital and printed resources about voting.  She made an electronic ballot using Google Forms and the students were able to select their candidate of choice on the computer.  The purpose of this activity is to: 1) educate students about the voting process and 2) get students motivated to vote when they turn eighteen.  Pictured is Ms. Shonta Walker, fifth grade teacher, placing an "I Voted" sticker on one of her students. 
Fall Festival SuccessFall Festival Success

Cox Elementary held a very successful fall festival. Various volunteers from First United Methodist, The VFW, and other businesses provided many great prizes, refreshments, and a whole host of activities.  Some of the activities included a special cardboard arcade known as Caine’s Arcade, which were made by students in the STEM lab, dance, bouncy houses, candy corn toss, and a car demolition. 

First ever glow danceFirst ever glow dance

Approximately 235 students participated in a first-ever PBIS Glow Dance at Cox Elementary. PBIS is their new classroom management system that stands for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. These students saved up their Cox Cash, which is a PBIS acknowledgement for good behaviors.  Students receive these for representing Cox’s PBIS 3 R’s, which are Responsible, Respectful, and Ready.  Students, faculty, and staff had a wonderful time dancing in the gymnasium with various glow sticks, bracelets, and necklaces.  

Going for the GoldGoing for the GoldCox Elementary held a very successful reading kickoff celebration on Friday, September 9th for their students. Faculty and staff performed a skit in which they were various olympic athletes that also had a desire to read. Principal Jim Horne challenged all students to read a million words or more and encouraged them to read every day in the classroom and with their families. Pictured are front row (L-R) Julie Thompson, Carli Vick, and Ashley Purvis. Back row (L-R) Nelda Crook, Cristina Yero, Kristina Turner, Heather Grantham, Na’Terrius Madison, and Principal Jim Horne.
Special Visitors at the Book FairSpecial Visitors at the Book FairCox Elementary had a very busy week promoting literacy. The fall book fair, Ahoy Bookaneers, was provided by Scholastic was thankfully extended due to severe weather. A parent night was held on Thursday, September 8th in which parents were informed of the reading program and the implementation of Accelerated Reader. Students and their families were in for a real treat when Clifford the Big Red Dog made his presence, along with a book-loving, library pirate, a.k.a Mrs. Carolyn Christie, Media Clerk. Families got to shop and build their home libraries. It was a very, very successful night and enjoyed by all!
One Team, One DreamOne Team, One DreamOur school theme for this year is" One Team, One Dream." We are welcoming new staff and implementing many great programs. We are going to make this the best school year ever!
Fourth and Fifth Graders go on first-ever Georgia Studies Tour!Fourth and Fifth Graders go on first-ever Georgia Studies Tour!Fourth and fifth grade students from our school went on their first ever Georgia Studies Tour.  Pictured are the students, staff, and chaperons on the steps of the Capitol.  They have various cities and historical sites that include: Jekyll Island, Saint Simons, Savannah, Tybee Island, Atlanta, The State Capitol, Stone Mountain, Andersonville, and the Little White House in Warm Springs.  Congratulations to our students and may you have safe travels.  Special thanks to everyone that worked hard to make this possible!
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    WeatherSTEM donated weather-collecting instruments for our school on Thursday, May 5th, 2016. WeatherSTEM CEO, Ed Mansouri demonstrated how the equipment works to students, faculty, and staff. This state-of-the-art system provides students with data on weather conditions and it is quite beneficial to our math and science curriculum. We are so excited about this generous donation and the great lessons to be learned by our students, faculty, and staff.
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