All Enterprise School News
Spring Fling will be sponsored by the FBLA.
It is scheduled for Monday, May 20, 2013.
Jr High/High School 1:00
Admission $5.00 Get your Armband Now!!!
Band, Dance Off, Concession Stand, Face painting $1, Balloon Artist $1, interactive games for older students.
Seventeen MS Scholar students from Enterprise received a total of almost $10,000 in scholoarships at the MS Scholars Banquet Tuesday, April 30th. Scholar students include:
Caroleah Brister – KDMC $250
Tiffany Busby – Southwest $250/semester for four sems ($1,000)
Emily Campbell – KDMC $250
Audrey Cole – KDMC $250
Braxton Foster – Junior Auxiliary $250
Alex Frost – Southwest $250/semester for four sems ($1,000)
Jacob Greer – Brookhaven Honda $500
Matt Greer – Greenbriar $500
Chelsea Hedington – KDMC $250
Christine King – Krewe of Ceres $250
Heather Mason – KDMC $250
Lyndsey Nations – Co-Lin
Hope Padgett – KDMC $250
Carley Price – KDMC Auxiliary $500
Veonka Sanders – USM $1,000/yr for four years ($4,000)
Spencer Whittington – Magnolia Electric $250
Jannan Wilson – Dr. Robert Britt $1,000
Enterprise FBLA recently competed at the State Convention held in Jackson, Mississippi. For the first time in 18 years, Enterprise competed in six categories and placed in all categories. First and second place students are eligible to compete at the FBLA National Leadership Conference this summer in Anaheim, California.
Left to Right: 4th place — Caroleah Brister, Word Processing II; 1st place — Michael Kyzar, Introduction to Technology Concepts; Who’s Who and 2nd place — Matt Greer, Economics; 5th place — Grant Brister, Impromptu Speaking II; 4th place — Janna Wilson, Job Interview; 4th place —Katie Case/ Rainee Luper/Jannan Wilson, Business Ethics.
The winners of this year’s Lincoln County Farm Bureau®Ag in the Classroom® Coloring Contest are 1st place – Evan Brumfield, 2nd place – Ellie Davis, 3rd place – Lane Hoover. Each student was awarded a congratulatory ribbon and a small gift. The 1st place farm scene colored by Evan Brumfield will be judged on the state level. Pictured with the winners are Rebecca Bates, Women’s Chairman for Lincoln County Farm Bureau®; Rhonda Scott, Lincoln County Farm Bureau® Membership Secretary; Carrie Brown and Lacie Smith, the students’ teachers at Enterprise Attendance Center.
Mississippi Ag in the Classroom® is a school-based program helping students in grades K – 12 learn about agriculture, the source of their food supply and the role of agriculture in society. This program is sponsored by Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation Women’s Committee.
Congratulations to Dustin Dunaway and Kinley Miller. Dustin placed 1st in Wood Working and Kinley placed 3rd in Acrylic Paint at the Jr. Beta State Convention.
Congratulations to our District Reading Fair winners:
1st Place – Piper Jordan, Cheyenne Johnson, Alayna Barnett
2nd Place – Bailey Parks, Shelby Lofton
3rd Place – Jacy Jordan
Enterprise’s high school robotics, along with other Lincoln County robotics teams, have been invited to attend the FIRST Robotics Competition in New Orleans to showcase our robots March 22 & 23! This is a great honor for our county schools!
Congratulations Sr. Beta on 1st place in Service Project.
Members of Senior Beta and Student Council visited Blair E. Batson Children’s Hospital in December. Students in grades K-12 generously donated money, coloring books, crayons, games, and other fun items to the kids and even adopted a floor. Rainee Luper said, “It was a good experience and I enjoyed visiting with the children.”