Congrats to ... Ranburne Elementary students
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Ranburne Elementary School students in Valerie Cofield’s third grade class include front row, Madison Alewine, Aden Chambers, Tyler Craft, Jes Hewitt, Christian Isbell and Ben Jackson; back row, Martina Ledbetter, Ashten Lewis, Mason Merrell, Cade Mitchell, Kylee Prestridge, Jordan Winkles and Chloe Yates. Photo: Special to The Star
Ranburne Elementary School students in Valerie Cofield’s third grade class include front row, Madison Alewine, Aden Chambers, Tyler Craft, Jes Hewitt, Christian Isbell and Ben Jackson; back row, Martina Ledbetter, Ashten Lewis, Mason Merrell, Cade Mitchell, Kylee Prestridge, Jordan Winkles and Chloe Yates. Photo: Special to The Star
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Ranburne Elementary School students in Veronica Lowery’s third grade class include front row, Zoe Braggs, Eli Davenport, Gracie Dearman, Sawyer Downs, Lila Forsyth and Abigail Howle; middle row, Tatum Martin, Austin Olds, Ben Price, Jason Prichard, Brooklyn Smith and Maddy Witt; back row, Mary Shewmaker and Veronica Lowery, teacher. Photo: Special to The Star
Ranburne Elementary School students in Veronica Lowery’s third grade class include front row, Zoe Braggs, Eli Davenport, Gracie Dearman, Sawyer Downs, Lila Forsyth and Abigail Howle; middle row, Tatum Martin, Austin Olds, Ben Price, Jason Prichard, Brooklyn Smith and Maddy Witt; back row, Mary Shewmaker and Veronica Lowery, teacher. Photo: Special to The Star
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Ranburne Elementary School students in Sue Merrill’s third class include front row, Audrey Allen, Jaydon Cargle, Kaleb Harman, Ashline Herrell and Josey Shearer; back row, Sue Merrill, teacher; Tyler Slaton, Auburn Rollins, Mack Smith, Michael Woods and Mary Shewmaker, NEP educator. Photo: Special to The Star
Ranburne Elementary School students in Sue Merrill’s third class include front row, Audrey Allen, Jaydon Cargle, Kaleb Harman, Ashline Herrell and Josey Shearer; back row, Sue Merrill, teacher; Tyler Slaton, Auburn Rollins, Mack Smith, Michael Woods and Mary Shewmaker, NEP educator. Photo: Special to The Star
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Ranburne Elementary School third grade classes recently completed the Body Quest: Food of the Warrior program. The initiative encourages third graders to eat more fruits and vegetables to prevent obesity. Body Quest is part of the Nutrition Education Program (NEP). NEP Educators are available in all Alabama counties through the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, helping with food budgets, menu planning, snack ideas, feeding your family, low-cost recipes and other nutrition topics.
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