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Badges for Life Blood Drive

Berrien Elementary School will be holding its annual Badges for Life Blood Drive with the OneBlood Organization. The blood drive is in support of first responders, military, and local public safety officials. The blood drive will be held on February 18th from 12pm - 6pm at Berrien Elementary School. If you would like an appointment please contact Mrs. Mary Helen Taylor or Mrs. Faye Witt @ 229-686-6206 or you can make your own appointment: oneblood.org/donate-now Use Sponsor Code 41737
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2019-2020 BES Yearbooks for Sale!

Parents 2019-2020 yearbooks are sale! The cost is $17 and orders will be taken until March 6th! So, Please don't forget to purchase your child's yearbook today!
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Spelling Bee County Winner

Congratulations to Ellen Hunter who won the Berrien County-Wide Spelling Bee! The county spelling bee consisted of 4th-8th graders from both Berrien Elementary School and Berrien Middle School.
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Spelling Bee Finalists

Congratulations to the 4th and 5th Grade finalists who will compete in the County Wide Spelling Bee.
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5th Grade Students Graduate from the CHAMPS Program

The CHAMPS Program is a program that helps our youth resist pressures which may influence them to possible experiment with alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, inhalants, and other drugs. Students also learned about ways to avoid bullying, peer pressure, violent behavior and making good choices. This program was started by the Georgia Sheriff's Association and is taught to the 5th grade students by a Deputy Sheriff from your Sheriff's Office. On, Friday, March 29th, BES 5th graders participated in a graduation ceremony signifying their completion of the CHAMPS Program. The ceremony was conducted by Sheriff Ray Paulk, Major Ariel Valdez, Deputy Mark Swain, Deputy Rebecca Meadows and Deputy William Woolridge. Students were given a certificate and t-shirt for completing program and students were also treated to a cookout that included hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and drinks. Also, students were given a static display from the Georgia State Patrol, Department of Natural Resources, Berrien County Sheriff's Office, Berrien County EMS and AIR EVAC Lifeteam Helicopter from Tifton.