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Character Awards

Character Spotlight Award Winners

Dr Seuss

Dressing up as our favorite Dr. Seuss character

Dr Seuss Dress up Day

Dr. Seuss Dress Up Day

Babeck Elementary School
KG Camp

May 30-31, 2017  KG Camp

Vultures in Preschool
Preschool vulture visit
Ronald McDonald talks about leadership.
1st Graders use an Osmo.
Playground fun!
Dr Seuss Night

Dr. Seuss Night Event

Having fun in class

Having fun in class!

Dr Seuss door
Dr Seuss bulletin board

Dr Seuss Night March 1st

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2018 "Character Spotlight Awards"

On May 25, the last day of school, the Trenton Police Department recognized the 2018 "Character Spotlight Award" winners from the 1st Grade Class at Babeck Early Childhood Center. Congratulations to Jocelyn Baker and Benny Tyler for winning the Trenton PD’s 2018 “Character Spotlight Award.” We would also like to congratulate Josie Witt, Tanner Oaks, Emma Joseph, Victoria Anglin, Gigi Jennings, and Emma Kellett for being nominated for the award by their teachers. This is the third year that Trenton PD has partnered with Babeck Elementary for the "Character Spotlight Award" for a first grader. This award is presented to a student who best demonstrated the characteristics of the Trenton Police Department's Mission Statement throughout the 2017-2018 school year. Each first grade teacher was asked to choose a student in their class that they felt met these criteria and to submit a letter of recommendation, and TPD staff votes on the winners. Newport Aquarium donated tickets for each child as prizes for the third year in a row – thank you Newport Aquarium! Here is the Trenton Police Department Mission Statement: We, the Trenton Police Department, are committed to the highest standards of honesty, integrity, and dedication to our community.
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Medication Reminder for End of School Year & Information for Next School Year

We are fast approaching the last day of school and would like to remind you to please pick up any medication that your child has been taking at school. It is our district’s policy that students may not transport medicine to and from school, and an adult must be responsible for the medication due to safety reasons. If you have already counted out the medications and know that there will be none left, you will not need to come to the clinic. Any medications left at school after June 1, 2018, will be destroyed and discarded. Continue reading for important information pertaining to prescription and non-prescription medication for next school year, including a Medication Permit form for 2018-2019 school year.
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Our 1st Graders Get a Tour of EES

It's hard to believe but next school year will be starting in 3 months! So to get prepared, all our 1st Graders took a tour of where they will be going to school next school year, Edgewood Elementary. Everyone was excited to check out their new school.
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Please Welcome our New School Resource Officer!

We are excited to introduce our new SRO from the Butler County Sheriff's Office! Please welcome Deputy Sheriff David Runnells. Please introduce yourself when you see him in the hall and please thank him for his dedication to serving and protecting us and our school!
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Flash, a K-9 Hero Visit Edgewood Schools

Babeck Early Childhood Center and Seven Mile Elementary School received a visit this morning from Flash, one of our nation's retired Police K-9s, and his handler, Jason Johnson. They spent time with our students and staff answering questions about the work Flash had performed when she was an active Police dog with Jason. Jason founded Project K-9 Hero. This non-profit organization provides assistance with medical costs, food and end of duty services for retired police and military working dog heroes. Jason has written a book that shares the adventures of Flash when she was an active Police K-9. He provided each school with an autographed copy of his book, "K-9 Flash Becomes a Hero!" Everyone who attended was so attentive during Jason's presentation and were so excited to meet Flash! It was a true honor to get to meet two of our country's heroes today! If you'd like, you can vote online at the link below for Flash. She is nominated as the 2018 American Humane Law Enforcement Dog of the Year. Voting ends on April 25.
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