Enter the 7th Annual Cooper-Young/Peabody Elementary Chili Cook-Off!

            7th Annual Cooper-Young/Peabody PTA            Chili Cook Off

 

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Saturday, February 8, 2013

from 12-1:30 p.m.

Peabody Elementary School cafeteria

Enter your tasty chili now for just $15!

 (After Feb. 2, entrance fee is $20.)

          Prizes will be awarded for Judges Choice, People’s Choice, Best HOT Chili, Best Non-Beef Chili & NEW Wild Card category (Tell us in two sentences what makes your chili special. E.g. local ingredient, kid-cooked, family recipe, school garden ingredient, etc.)

All proceeds will benefit the Peabody School beautification projects!

Sign up:

Download this registration form:

2014 Chili Cookoff Registration Card

Return this form AND a check made payable to the Peabody Elementary PTA to:

Peabody Elementary Front Office OR

CYCA Office at 2298 Young Avenue OR

Email completed form to mandygrisham@gmail.com

We also need volunteers to help put on this great event. Sign up now to help set up, clean up, decorate tables and assist the judges!

Click this button for easy sign up!

Sign Up Now!

Bring the kids!!  

A $2 kids ticket will get your little one a grilled cheese sandwich and drink! Adults get in with a $5 ticket – that buys you 4 tastings and drink!

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TCAP and PTA Night

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This important informational night at Peabody Elementary will help prepare you and your child for standardized testing with the TCAPs (Grades 3-5) and SAT10s (Grades 1 & 2.)

Learn more about strategies for test taking, expectations, important dates and tutoring.

When:  Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Time:    6 pm

Where: Peabody cafeteria

Peabody Elementary 2013 Spelling Bee Winners!

Pictured from left to right: Rueben Dailey, Cameron Weatherspoon, and Dontavious Siggers.

Pictured from left to right:
Rueben Dailey, Cameron Weatherspoon, and Dontavious Siggers.

By Dierdre Jones/ Peabody Elementary Staff

The atmosphere at Peabody Elementary’s Spelling Bee was much like that of a game show. The participants sat nervously in their seats awaiting the opportunity to spell a word that pronouncer, Dr. Susan Dold would enunciate. Each one having hopes of earning the coveted title: “Champion Speller.”

The audience waited with great anticipation and bated breath as each participant walked to the microphone and listened for their word, only exhaling after each attempt. This ambiance continued until the judges announced Reuben Dailey, a 5th grade student, as the winner.

Rueben has held the title of Champion Speller for the past three years. He will represent Peabody at the final local competition February 1st at the Al Chymia Shrine Center. Cameron Weatherpoon placed second, while Dontavious Siggers placed third. Both are fourth grade students.

We are proud of all student participants!