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Burnsville student Evan Null wins a summer band scholarship at honor band!!

On February 8th & 9th the Northeast Mississippi Bandmasters Association held their annual Honor Band Clinic. Band Directors from schools across the Northeastern area of the state submitted the names of 12 of their top middle school students. From those lists of names 1 student was chosen from each school. This year Evan Null was chosen to represent Burnsville Junior High and the Tishomingo County School District. Evan and 100+ middle school students then spent approximately 15 hours over two days on the ICC campus in Fulton, MS rehearsing and learning music. At the conclusion of the clinic the students performed the music they learned for parents and directors. Evan did a superior job representing our school and district. Evan also was this years recipeant of a full summer band camp scholarship to be used at either NEMCC or ICC! Only 2 middle school students were selected for this scholarship. Congratulations Evan Null on this honor and achievement!
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Elks Hoop Shoot State Champion

Aiden McCalmon went to Ocean Springs, MS, to compete in the Elks Hoop Shoot Competition. He won first place, and he will now compete for the Southeastern Championship title in Valdosta, Georgia. Congratulations, Aiden!!
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Burnsville Science Fair

Burnsville Students competed in the school science fair on Friday January 25th. The overall winners for the school science fair were Matthew Willis and Camden Lambert . Special thanks to all students for doing such a great job on your science fair projects. Also a special thanks to Mrs. Vicky Shea, Mr. Tim Rhodes, Mr. Nick Moore, Mrs. Tammy Davis, and Mrs. Anna Whirley for making this possible for our students.
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Burnsville Elementary Biome Day

Burnsville students have been preparing for Biome day by using it as a learning unit for the whole nine weeks. Biome day was a fun learning day for all Burnsville students. All students were able to participate by going through multiple learning centers. The Biomes were as follows: Tundra, Grasslands, Oceans, Rainforest, Jungle, Desert, Deciduous Forest, and the Savanna. This gave all students the opportunity to learn about each Biome and various animal habitats throughout the world.
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