Today we had Ameritowne Primary Elections. Â It was a great day to celebrate student leadership. Â Six students total decided to run in the primary elections. Â Although each student is a great leader, only two students could win our class primary elections and go on to the official 4th grade Ameritowne elections with all 117 fourth grade students. Â
At 9:00 on Â Thursday, January 7th, ten students will give speeches in the Auditorium. Â Five of these students will be running for Mayor of Ameritowne and the other five students will be judicial candidates to be elected as Towne Judge. Â (Yes, Ameritowne and Towne hall have an “e” at the end.) Â With the help of high school students all 4th grade students will participate in official job interviews at 9:00 on Wednesday, January 6. Â Our students will both submit a job application, as well as complete one-on-one job interviews just like in real life. Â We are really enjoying our realistic learning experiences. Â Congratulations to Michael (running for judge) and Peyton (running for Mayor). Â Best of luck to both of these individuals from our class.