A ‘Red Carpet’ year in first grade


Skyline students receive awards, celebrate end of school

McKenzie Riechman shows her vibrant personality as she walks the red carpet during the Red Carpet Awards presentation Friday morning in Christina Kirby’s first-grade class at Skyline Elementary. Each student in the class received a personalized award for their unique personality and contributions to the class. Riechman received the “Miss Sassy Storyteller” award.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

First-grader Kasey Franklin looks on apprehensively before taking her turn on the red carpet Friday morning at the end-of-the-year awards presentation in Christina Kirby’s class at Skyline Elementary. After receiving their individualized awards, the students were treated to a highlight film from their year and had time to share with their family a book they wrote. After reading their books, the students and their guests had cookies and punch.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Halie Nunley, left, and her friend Abigail Pimentel share a memory as they watch a video highlighting their year together in first grade at Skyline Elementary. The students in Christina Kirby’s class spent Friday morning sharing memories of the last year. Kirby made copies of the DVD for each student as a keepsake. The students presented Kirby a gift as well for her birthday, which is Sunday.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Joslyn McMillin, left, holds her baby sister, Adalyn McMillin, 9 months, as she and her friend, Joey Arbisi, watch the highlight video that was part of their Red Carpet Awards presentation Friday morning at Skyline Elementary. Students in the Sedalia School District 200 will finish their school year May 27.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Kevin Thomas listens as his son Cooper Thomas reads his “Memory Book of First Grade,” as part of the awards presentation and year-end party in Christina Kirby’s class. The class motto is “We work hard and play hard,” which Kirby said was an excellent way to describe her class. “We try to have fun with our learning each day so the students want to come to class.”


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Julie Izoita takes her turn on the red carpet before receiving her award as the “Fabulous Friend” in Christina Kirby’s class Friday morning. The first grade students each received a certificate and a candy bar as a gift with their award. The students were also given a DVD highlight and a book detailing their year in first grade.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

McKenzie Riechman shows her vibrant personality as she walks the red carpet during the Red Carpet Awards presentation Friday morning in Christina Kirby’s first-grade class at Skyline Elementary. Each student in the class received a personalized award for their unique personality and contributions to the class. Riechman received the “Miss Sassy Storyteller” award.

First-grader Kasey Franklin looks on apprehensively before taking her turn on the red carpet Friday morning at the end-of-the-year awards presentation in Christina Kirby’s class at Skyline Elementary. After receiving their individualized awards, the students were treated to a highlight film from their year and had time to share with their family a book they wrote. After reading their books, the students and their guests had cookies and punch.

Halie Nunley, left, and her friend Abigail Pimentel share a memory as they watch a video highlighting their year together in first grade at Skyline Elementary. The students in Christina Kirby’s class spent Friday morning sharing memories of the last year. Kirby made copies of the DVD for each student as a keepsake. The students presented Kirby a gift as well for her birthday, which is Sunday.

Joslyn McMillin, left, holds her baby sister, Adalyn McMillin, 9 months, as she and her friend, Joey Arbisi, watch the highlight video that was part of their Red Carpet Awards presentation Friday morning at Skyline Elementary. Students in the Sedalia School District 200 will finish their school year May 27.

Kevin Thomas listens as his son Cooper Thomas reads his “Memory Book of First Grade,” as part of the awards presentation and year-end party in Christina Kirby’s class. The class motto is “We work hard and play hard,” which Kirby said was an excellent way to describe her class. “We try to have fun with our learning each day so the students want to come to class.”

Julie Izoita takes her turn on the red carpet before receiving her award as the “Fabulous Friend” in Christina Kirby’s class Friday morning. The first grade students each received a certificate and a candy bar as a gift with their award. The students were also given a DVD highlight and a book detailing their year in first grade.

McKenzie Riechman shows her vibrant personality as she walks the red carpet during the Red Carpet Awards presentation Friday morning in Christina Kirby’s first-grade class at Skyline Elementary. Each student in the class received a personalized award for their unique personality and contributions to the class. Riechman received the “Miss Sassy Storyteller” award.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052116redcarpet1.jpgMcKenzie Riechman shows her vibrant personality as she walks the red carpet during the Red Carpet Awards presentation Friday morning in Christina Kirby’s first-grade class at Skyline Elementary. Each student in the class received a personalized award for their unique personality and contributions to the class. Riechman received the “Miss Sassy Storyteller” award. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

First-grader Kasey Franklin looks on apprehensively before taking her turn on the red carpet Friday morning at the end-of-the-year awards presentation in Christina Kirby’s class at Skyline Elementary. After receiving their individualized awards, the students were treated to a highlight film from their year and had time to share with their family a book they wrote. After reading their books, the students and their guests had cookies and punch.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052116redcarpet2.jpgFirst-grader Kasey Franklin looks on apprehensively before taking her turn on the red carpet Friday morning at the end-of-the-year awards presentation in Christina Kirby’s class at Skyline Elementary. After receiving their individualized awards, the students were treated to a highlight film from their year and had time to share with their family a book they wrote. After reading their books, the students and their guests had cookies and punch. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Halie Nunley, left, and her friend Abigail Pimentel share a memory as they watch a video highlighting their year together in first grade at Skyline Elementary. The students in Christina Kirby’s class spent Friday morning sharing memories of the last year. Kirby made copies of the DVD for each student as a keepsake. The students presented Kirby a gift as well for her birthday, which is Sunday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052116redcarpet3.jpgHalie Nunley, left, and her friend Abigail Pimentel share a memory as they watch a video highlighting their year together in first grade at Skyline Elementary. The students in Christina Kirby’s class spent Friday morning sharing memories of the last year. Kirby made copies of the DVD for each student as a keepsake. The students presented Kirby a gift as well for her birthday, which is Sunday. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Joslyn McMillin, left, holds her baby sister, Adalyn McMillin, 9 months, as she and her friend, Joey Arbisi, watch the highlight video that was part of their Red Carpet Awards presentation Friday morning at Skyline Elementary. Students in the Sedalia School District 200 will finish their school year May 27.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052116redcarpet4.jpgJoslyn McMillin, left, holds her baby sister, Adalyn McMillin, 9 months, as she and her friend, Joey Arbisi, watch the highlight video that was part of their Red Carpet Awards presentation Friday morning at Skyline Elementary. Students in the Sedalia School District 200 will finish their school year May 27. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Kevin Thomas listens as his son Cooper Thomas reads his “Memory Book of First Grade,” as part of the awards presentation and year-end party in Christina Kirby’s class. The class motto is “We work hard and play hard,” which Kirby said was an excellent way to describe her class. “We try to have fun with our learning each day so the students want to come to class.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052116redcarpet5.jpgKevin Thomas listens as his son Cooper Thomas reads his “Memory Book of First Grade,” as part of the awards presentation and year-end party in Christina Kirby’s class. The class motto is “We work hard and play hard,” which Kirby said was an excellent way to describe her class. “We try to have fun with our learning each day so the students want to come to class.” Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Julie Izoita takes her turn on the red carpet before receiving her award as the “Fabulous Friend” in Christina Kirby’s class Friday morning. The first grade students each received a certificate and a candy bar as a gift with their award. The students were also given a DVD highlight and a book detailing their year in first grade.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052116redcarpet6.jpgJulie Izoita takes her turn on the red carpet before receiving her award as the “Fabulous Friend” in Christina Kirby’s class Friday morning. The first grade students each received a certificate and a candy bar as a gift with their award. The students were also given a DVD highlight and a book detailing their year in first grade. Hope Lecchi | Democrat
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