Turner kids are excited to be 100 days smarter. Students have been busy incorporating "100" into all their studies this week. Kindergarten and 1st grade celebrated BIG today with a 100 day parade. Kindergarten students dressed "100" years old while 1st graders wore shirts donning "100" items.
The Montgomery County United Way hosted a coloring contest that was open to all area elementary students. Fourth grader, Emma Barber won the contest and was presented with a $50 Visa Gift Card as reward.
Congratulations to our 3rd graders for their recognition in writing. Turner had a total 13 students recognized for their essays on "My American Hero". The top 3 essays will be recognized at a special luncheon sponsored by the Lake Conroe Area Republican Women.
Congratulations to our Turner girls for their win in the Willis ISD 3-on-3 Basketball Finals. This annual event takes the top team from each elementary school to compete at the Varsity game for the coveted trophy. Way to bring it home, girls.
Turner 5th grader, Ivy Nguyen's art work was named "Best of Show" while 5th grader Hutton Hoegemeyer's art work was given the "Gold Medal" award at the WIllis ISD District Art Show earlier this month. We are very proud of our students accomplishments and are excited to have their art work on display at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo this Spring. Special thanks to our Rodeo Art sponsors, Shannon Martin and Jeff Scates for your hard work in preparing for the show this year.