Elementary Battle of the Books (EBOB)
Cape Hatteras Elementary School wins local and takes third at Regionals
Cape Hatteras Elementary Wins District Battle of the Books

Eighteen books, school competitions, and practices - all came together forthe Dare County Schools Elementary Battle of the Books Competition that was held on March 31 in Manteo High School's auditorium. Teams had been competitively selected and members have been practicing with their school AIG facilitator, school Media Specialist, and typically another teacher or media center assistant. This year's competition was tough - even with an additional round to determine second place. In the end, it was Nags Head Elementary School in fifth place, First Flight Elementary School in fourth, Kitty Hawk Elementary School in third, Manteo Elementary School took second, and in first place was Cape Hatteras Elementary School. 

Participants read several or all of the 18 books on the Elementary Battleof the Books (EBOB) list. This is the first year of Battle of the Books forthe district's elementary students. Similar to the Fiction Diggers! program created by Shauna Leggat, the Battle of the Books selections and competitions are sponsored by the NC School Library Media Association. ​ So this year's winner moves on - to Windsor on April 23.  All best to CHES competitors - Shayley Ballance, Gideon Couch, Casia Ensenat, Madison Morrell, Elizabeth Muller, Clara Oden, Rennie Parker, Mia Phillips, Lily Ratliff, Haley Rosell and Haley Salisbury. CHES coaches are AIG teacher April Oden, Media Specialist Shauna Leggat, and fifth grade teacher Laurie Parker. CHES Principal Sherry Couch was there with several parents as well. With each of the district's five elementary schools competing, many parents, grandparents and friends were there to support their students.

Judges were Kathy Lassiter, Anne Woerle, Cathy Spencer, and Mary Blythe. Special thanks were given to Director of Elementary Instruction Margie Parker - who provided the welcome, introduced the teams and presented the award winners, MHS Assistant Principal Meldine Lee and Manteo High for hosting, Hunt Thomas for running the sound, Island XperTees for printing the t-shirts (designed by MES students) and thePizza Hut locations in Manteo and in Kill Devil Hills for lunch.

The 2015-2016 list is alreaday published, so students can start reading now!
Cape Hatteras Elementary Wins District Battle of the Books

Eighteen books, school competitions, and practices - all came together forthe Dare County Schools Elementary Battle of the Books Competition that was held on March 31 in Manteo High School's auditorium. Teams had been competitively selected and members have been practicing with their school AIG facilitator, school Media Specialist, and typically another teacher or media center assistant. This year's competition was tough - even with an additional round to determine second place. In the end, it was Nags Head Elementary School in fifth place, First Flight Elementary School in fourth, Kitty Hawk Elementary School in third, Manteo Elementary School took second, and in first place was Cape Hatteras Elementary School. 

Participants read several or all of the 18 books on the Elementary Battleof the Books (EBOB) list. This is the first year of Battle of the Books forthe district's elementary students. Similar to the Fiction Diggers! program created by Shauna Leggat, the Battle of the Books selections and competitions are sponsored by the NC School Library Media Association. ​ So this year's winner moves on - to Windsor on April 23.  All best to CHES competitors - Shayley Ballance, Gideon Couch, Casia Ensenat, Madison Morrell, Elizabeth Muller, Clara Oden, Rennie Parker, Mia Phillips, Lily Ratliff, Haley Rosell and Haley Salisbury. CHES coaches are AIG teacher April Oden, Media Specialist Shauna Leggat, and fifth grade teacher Laurie Parker. CHES Principal Sherry Couch was there with several parents as well. With each of the district's five elementary schools competing, many parents, grandparents and friends were there to support their students.

Judges were Kathy Lassiter, Anne Woerle, Cathy Spencer, and Mary Blythe. Special thanks were given to Director of Elementary Instruction Margie Parker - who provided the welcome, introduced the teams and presented the award winners, MHS Assistant Principal Meldine Lee and Manteo High for hosting, Hunt Thomas for running the sound, Island XperTees for printing the t-shirts (designed by MES students) and thePizza Hut locations in Manteo and in Kill Devil Hills for lunch.

The 2015-2016 list is alreaday published, so students can start reading now!
Cape Hatteras Elementary Wins District Battle of the Books

Eighteen books, school competitions, and practices - all came together forthe Dare County Schools Elementary Battle of the Books Competition that was held on March 31 in Manteo High School's auditorium. Teams had been competitively selected and members have been practicing with their school AIG facilitator, school Media Specialist, and typically another teacher or media center assistant. This year's competition was tough - even with an additional round to determine second place. In the end, it was Nags Head Elementary School in fifth place, First Flight Elementary School in fourth, Kitty Hawk Elementary School in third, Manteo Elementary School took second, and in first place was Cape Hatteras Elementary School. 

Participants read several or all of the 18 books on the Elementary Battleof the Books (EBOB) list. This is the first year of Battle of the Books forthe district's elementary students. Similar to the Fiction Diggers! program created by Shauna Leggat, the Battle of the Books selections and competitions are sponsored by the NC School Library Media Association. ​ So this year's winner moves on - to Windsor on April 23.  All best to CHES competitors - Shayley Ballance, Gideon Couch, Casia Ensenat, Madison Morrell, Elizabeth Muller, Clara Oden, Rennie Parker, Mia Phillips, Lily Ratliff, Haley Rosell and Haley Salisbury. CHES coaches are AIG teacher April Oden, Media Specialist Shauna Leggat, and fifth grade teacher Laurie Parker. CHES Principal Sherry Couch was there with several parents as well. With each of the district's five elementary schools competing, many parents, grandparents and friends were there to support their students.

Judges were Kathy Lassiter, Anne Woerle, Cathy Spencer, and Mary Blythe. Special thanks were given to Director of Elementary Instruction Margie Parker - who provided the welcome, introduced the teams and presented the award winners, MHS Assistant Principal Meldine Lee and Manteo High for hosting, Hunt Thomas for running the sound, Island XperTees for printing the t-shirts (designed by MES students) and thePizza Hut locations in Manteo and in Kill Devil Hills for lunch.

The 2015-2016 list is alreaday published, so students can start reading now!
Cape Hatteras Elementary Wins District Battle of the Books

Eighteen books, school competitions, and practices - all came together forthe Dare County Schools Elementary Battle of the Books Competition that was held on March 31 in Manteo High School's auditorium. Teams had been competitively selected and members have been practicing with their school AIG facilitator, school Media Specialist, and typically another teacher or media center assistant. This year's competition was tough - even with an additional round to determine second place. In the end, it was Nags Head Elementary School in fifth place, First Flight Elementary School in fourth, Kitty Hawk Elementary School in third, Manteo Elementary School took second, and in first place was Cape Hatteras Elementary School. 

Participants read several or all of the 18 books on the Elementary Battleof the Books (EBOB) list. This is the first year of Battle of the Books forthe district's elementary students. Similar to the Fiction Diggers! program created by Shauna Leggat, the Battle of the Books selections and competitions are sponsored by the NC School Library Media Association. ​ So this year's winner moves on - to Windsor on April 23.  All best to CHES competitors - Shayley Ballance, Gideon Couch, Casia Ensenat, Madison Morrell, Elizabeth Muller, Clara Oden, Rennie Parker, Mia Phillips, Lily Ratliff, Haley Rosell and Haley Salisbury. CHES coaches are AIG teacher April Oden, Media Specialist Shauna Leggat, and fifth grade teacher Laurie Parker. CHES Principal Sherry Couch was there with several parents as well. With each of the district's five elementary schools competing, many parents, grandparents and friends were there to support their students.

Judges were Kathy Lassiter, Anne Woerle, Cathy Spencer, and Mary Blythe. Special thanks were given to Director of Elementary Instruction Margie Parker - who provided the welcome, introduced the teams and presented the award winners, MHS Assistant Principal Meldine Lee and Manteo High for hosting, Hunt Thomas for running the sound, Island XperTees for printing the t-shirts (designed by MES students) and thePizza Hut locations in Manteo and in Kill Devil Hills for lunch.

The 2015-2016 list is alreaday published, so students can start reading now!

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Eighteen books, school competitions, and practices - all came together fort he Dare County Schools Elementary Battle of the Books Competition that was held on March 31 in Manteo High School's auditorium. Teams had been competitively selected and members have been practicing with their school AIG facilitator, school Media Specialist, and typically another teacher or media center assistant. This year's competition was tough - even with an additional round to determine second place. In the end, it was Nags Head Elementary School in fifth place, First Flight Elementary School in fourth, Kitty Hawk Elementary School in third, Manteo Elementary School took second, and in first place was Cape Hatteras Elementary School. 

Participants read several or all of the 18 books on the Elementary Battleof the Books (EBOB) list. This is the first year of Battle of the Books forthe district's elementary students. Similar to the Fiction Diggers! program created by Shauna Leggat, the Battle of the Books selections and competitions are sponsored by the NC School Library Media Association. ​ So this year's winner moves on - to Windsor on April 23.  All best to CHES competitors - Shayley Ballance, Gideon Couch, Casia Ensenat, Madison Morrell, Elizabeth Muller, Clara Oden, Rennie Parker, Mia Phillips, Lily Ratliff, Haley Rosell and Haley Salisbury. CHES coaches are AIG teacher April Oden, Media Specialist Shauna Leggat, and fifth grade teacher Laurie Parker. CHES Principal Sherry Couch was there with several parents as well. With each of the district's five elementary schools competing, many parents, grandparents and friends were there to support their students.

Judges were Kathy Lassiter, Anne Woerle, Cathy Spencer, and Mary Blythe. Special thanks were given to Director of Elementary Instruction Margie Parker - who provided the welcome, introduced the teams and presented the award winners, MHS Assistant Principal Meldine Lee and Manteo High for hosting, Hunt Thomas for running the sound, Island XperTees for printing the t-shirts (designed by MES students) and the Pizza Hut locations in Manteo and in Kill Devil Hills for lunch.

** At the Windsor Regionals, CHES fought a tight competition and came in at third place **

The 2015-2016 list is already published, so students can start reading now!