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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Webb Elementary School

Gifted Program - "Rollin' On the River"

School of Distinction AwardHouston County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Marsha Shelley

Superintendent, Mr. Brandy White

Rollin’ On The River was developed due to the economic influence that the Chattahoochee River once had on surrounding communities. Students researched the history of these communities and the Chattahoochee River. Field experiences to the town of Columbia and the Chattahoochee River revealed the need to preserve the past and find ways to expand the town’s future. Rollin’ On The River was expanded to include the entire student body of Webb Elementary School. Students were able to visit the historical landmarks of Columbia including one of the oldest cemeteries in the state. Growth continued as the gifted students partnered with over thirty community stakeholders for “All Things Alabama” which attracted a visit from Alabama Public Television and Governor Kay Ivey. Additionally, gifted students planned another school-wide trip to the Wente property and museums and handled all logistics and programming. Rollin’ On The River brought new life and awareness to the school and local community. As a result, students have become leaders in their current schools and communities with a desire to change the status of their hometowns.

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Webb Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 30, 2021

Gifted Program - "Rollin' On the River"

School of Distinction AwardHouston County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Marsha Shelley

Superintendent, Mr. Brandy White

Rollin’ On The River was developed due to the economic influence that the Chattahoochee River once had on surrounding communities. Students researched the history of these communities and the Chattahoochee River. Field experiences to the town of Columbia and the Chattahoochee River revealed the need to preserve the past and find ways to expand the town’s future. Rollin’ On The River was expanded to include the entire student body of Webb Elementary School. Students were able to visit the historical landmarks of Columbia including one of the oldest cemeteries in the state. Growth continued as the gifted students partnered with over thirty community stakeholders for “All Things Alabama” which attracted a visit from Alabama Public Television and Governor Kay Ivey. Additionally, gifted students planned another school-wide trip to the Wente property and museums and handled all logistics and programming. Rollin’ On The River brought new life and awareness to the school and local community. As a result, students have become leaders in their current schools and communities with a desire to change the status of their hometowns.

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Webb Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 30, 2021

Gifted Program - "Rollin' On the River"

School of Distinction AwardHouston County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Marsha Shelley

Superintendent, Mr. Brandy White

Rollin’ On The River was developed due to the economic influence that the Chattahoochee River once had on surrounding communities. Students researched the history of these communities and the Chattahoochee River. Field experiences to the town of Columbia and the Chattahoochee River revealed the need to preserve the past and find ways to expand the town’s future. Rollin’ On The River was expanded to include the entire student body of Webb Elementary School. Students were able to visit the historical landmarks of Columbia including one of the oldest cemeteries in the state. Growth continued as the gifted students partnered with over thirty community stakeholders for “All Things Alabama” which attracted a visit from Alabama Public Television and Governor Kay Ivey. Additionally, gifted students planned another school-wide trip to the Wente property and museums and handled all logistics and programming. Rollin’ On The River brought new life and awareness to the school and local community. As a result, students have become leaders in their current schools and communities with a desire to change the status of their hometowns.

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Webb Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 30, 2021

Gifted Program - "Rollin' On the River"

School of Distinction AwardHouston County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Marsha Shelley

Superintendent, Mr. Brandy White

Rollin’ On The River was developed due to the economic influence that the Chattahoochee River once had on surrounding communities. Students researched the history of these communities and the Chattahoochee River. Field experiences to the town of Columbia and the Chattahoochee River revealed the need to preserve the past and find ways to expand the town’s future. Rollin’ On The River was expanded to include the entire student body of Webb Elementary School. Students were able to visit the historical landmarks of Columbia including one of the oldest cemeteries in the state. Growth continued as the gifted students partnered with over thirty community stakeholders for “All Things Alabama” which attracted a visit from Alabama Public Television and Governor Kay Ivey. Additionally, gifted students planned another school-wide trip to the Wente property and museums and handled all logistics and programming. Rollin’ On The River brought new life and awareness to the school and local community. As a result, students have become leaders in their current schools and communities with a desire to change the status of their hometowns.

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Webb Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 30, 2021

Gifted Program - "Rollin' On the River"

School of Distinction AwardHouston County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Marsha Shelley

Superintendent, Mr. Brandy White

Rollin’ On The River was developed due to the economic influence that the Chattahoochee River once had on surrounding communities. Students researched the history of these communities and the Chattahoochee River. Field experiences to the town of Columbia and the Chattahoochee River revealed the need to preserve the past and find ways to expand the town’s future. Rollin’ On The River was expanded to include the entire student body of Webb Elementary School. Students were able to visit the historical landmarks of Columbia including one of the oldest cemeteries in the state. Growth continued as the gifted students partnered with over thirty community stakeholders for “All Things Alabama” which attracted a visit from Alabama Public Television and Governor Kay Ivey. Additionally, gifted students planned another school-wide trip to the Wente property and museums and handled all logistics and programming. Rollin’ On The River brought new life and awareness to the school and local community. As a result, students have become leaders in their current schools and communities with a desire to change the status of their hometowns.

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Webb Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 30, 2021

Gifted Program - "Rollin' On the River"

School of Distinction AwardHouston County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Marsha Shelley

Superintendent, Mr. Brandy White

Rollin’ On The River was developed due to the economic influence that the Chattahoochee River once had on surrounding communities. Students researched the history of these communities and the Chattahoochee River. Field experiences to the town of Columbia and the Chattahoochee River revealed the need to preserve the past and find ways to expand the town’s future. Rollin’ On The River was expanded to include the entire student body of Webb Elementary School. Students were able to visit the historical landmarks of Columbia including one of the oldest cemeteries in the state. Growth continued as the gifted students partnered with over thirty community stakeholders for “All Things Alabama” which attracted a visit from Alabama Public Television and Governor Kay Ivey. Additionally, gifted students planned another school-wide trip to the Wente property and museums and handled all logistics and programming. Rollin’ On The River brought new life and awareness to the school and local community. As a result, students have become leaders in their current schools and communities with a desire to change the status of their hometowns.

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Webb Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 30, 2021

Gifted Program - "Rollin' On the River"

School of Distinction AwardHouston County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Marsha Shelley

Superintendent, Mr. Brandy White

Rollin’ On The River was developed due to the economic influence that the Chattahoochee River once had on surrounding communities. Students researched the history of these communities and the Chattahoochee River. Field experiences to the town of Columbia and the Chattahoochee River revealed the need to preserve the past and find ways to expand the town’s future. Rollin’ On The River was expanded to include the entire student body of Webb Elementary School. Students were able to visit the historical landmarks of Columbia including one of the oldest cemeteries in the state. Growth continued as the gifted students partnered with over thirty community stakeholders for “All Things Alabama” which attracted a visit from Alabama Public Television and Governor Kay Ivey. Additionally, gifted students planned another school-wide trip to the Wente property and museums and handled all logistics and programming. Rollin’ On The River brought new life and awareness to the school and local community. As a result, students have become leaders in their current schools and communities with a desire to change the status of their hometowns.

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Webb Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 30, 2021

Gifted Program - "Rollin' On the River"

School of Distinction AwardHouston County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Marsha Shelley

Superintendent, Mr. Brandy White

Rollin’ On The River was developed due to the economic influence that the Chattahoochee River once had on surrounding communities. Students researched the history of these communities and the Chattahoochee River. Field experiences to the town of Columbia and the Chattahoochee River revealed the need to preserve the past and find ways to expand the town’s future. Rollin’ On The River was expanded to include the entire student body of Webb Elementary School. Students were able to visit the historical landmarks of Columbia including one of the oldest cemeteries in the state. Growth continued as the gifted students partnered with over thirty community stakeholders for “All Things Alabama” which attracted a visit from Alabama Public Television and Governor Kay Ivey. Additionally, gifted students planned another school-wide trip to the Wente property and museums and handled all logistics and programming. Rollin’ On The River brought new life and awareness to the school and local community. As a result, students have become leaders in their current schools and communities with a desire to change the status of their hometowns.

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