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Congratulations to J.C. Hyde who placed THIRD in the Kentuckiana Derby Festival 
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after winning both the Highland Hills and Floyd County spelling bees!  Way-to-go, J.C. Hyde!!!! 
We are so proud of you!        






Ever since I was in the eighth grade, To Kill a Mockingbird has been my favorite novel.  In early July I finally got the chance to travel to Monroeville, Alabama, the town that inspired the novel.   My husband and I visited the courthouse that was used as the model for the Academy Award-winning movie of To Kill a Mockingbird.  We also traveled to Montgomery and Birmingham.  In Montgomery I visited the Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum.  (He was the famous American novelist of The Great Gatsby.)  I also visited the Rosa Parks Museum and the Freedom Riders Museum.  In Birmingham I toured the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church.   This church figures prominently in the novel The Watsons Go to Birmingham (1963).  My students in English 7 will read this during our Civil Rights unit in January.  I have lots of pictures, memorabilia, and insight to share with the students from my trip.


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