The Ansley Litchfield basketball teams will be hosting a youth camp for elementary through 8th grade. The camp will run Tuesday and Wednesday in Ansley and Thursday and Friday in Litchfield. The camp starts at 1. Busses will be available and leave from the non-hosting school at 12:30. If you have not signed up, you still can. Just show up.
The Annual Color Run/Walk was held on a bright sunny May 15th. Participants in grades K-12 and some faculty members, all took to the course in nice clean attire and returned in a cornucopia of color. This year, there were even some obstacles thrown in as a further challenge. Finally, participants were given a bag of colored powder for the big color explosion at the end. A good (but slightly messy and very colorful) time was had by all!
On Saturday, May 4, Ansley Public Schools proudly graduated 14 seniors. The ceremony was held in the Ansley school gymnasium in front of a packed house of faculty, family, and friends. These 14 young men and women will no doubt be blazing a trail to bigger and better things as they start the next step of their journey. We wish them the best, and thank them for all that they have done with their time in these hallways to make the school and community of Ansley a better place. Good luck graduates!
Brett McAbee Jr.
Students have had a busy spring, between competing at State FFA Convention in early April and wrapping up their FFA season, with chapter banquet on April 15. State Convention was a rewarding for many students. Three teams brought home plaques, including both Ag Demo teams as well as the 2nd place Marketing Plan team. The 2019-2020 Officer team was inducted at the Annual Banquet. The officers are as follows: President-Darla Nichols, Vice President-Jackson Henry, Secretary-Karla Nichols, Treasurer-Blake Racicky, Reporter-Jasmin Pineda-Dominguez, Sentinel-Sam Loy, Parliamentarian-Cooper Slingsby. We are excited to introduce our newest Honorary Chapter Degree recipient, a very deserving Melea Scott. Thank you to all of our supporters, we look forward to continuing our work with you!
Monday night, Ansley Public Schools inducted two new members into the National Honor Society. Jackson Henry and Karlee Stunkel were announced as new members at a ceremony in the north gym. The other members of the Ansley Chapter led the pledge, and guided Jackson and Karlee through the membership activities. Congratulations to Jackson and Karlee!