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Senior Athletes Honored

Macon East recently recognized the senior athletes participating in spring sports.  The golf team’s Bryson O’Malley is a 15 year student at Macon East and will attend Ole Miss in the fall.  He and his father Mike O’Malley have led the golf team for several years.  The golf team will compete at the state tournament in Troy next week.  The softball team’s only senior player, Madison McKee is a 2 year student at Macon East and will continue her athletic career next year for the Faulkner Eagles.  The Lady Knights have had another outstanding season and will vie to recapture the state title again this season.  The Knights varsity baseball team recognized nine seniors who have led the team to another winning season and a bye through the first round of playoffs.  The team is seeking a repeat as the AISA AA state title holder.  Seniors include Parker Agnew, Drew Baker, Dawson Bell, Nick Fitzgerald, KC House, Jalen Howard, Blake Padgett, Wesley Pugh, and Kellen Ward.  Baker will continue his baseball career at Chipola College in the 2019 season.  The soccer program honored six seniors from the girls and boys varsity teams.  Hannah Johnson, Colin Harris, Travis Moody, and Jackson Vinson have been integral in building the Knights program, while Bailey Dees and Taylor Watkins joined the Lady Knights team this year.  The Soccer teams both made it to the playoffs again this year and ended their season at Tuscaloosa Academy.  Macon East is proud to recognize the accomplishments of these seniors on and off the field.

By | 2018-04-18T17:49:31+00:00 April 18th, 2018|News and Events|0 Comments

2018-2019 Cheerleaders

Congratulations to the Macon East Academy JV and Varsity Cheerleaders for the 2018-2019 school year:

Junior Varsity: Kaiden Byrom, Ali Churchwell, Hendley Culpepper, Austin Gorman, Hannah Kate Hodges, Emma Krasnowiecki, Brantley Main, Kaiden Merritt, Ryan Mosley, Jaden Rossell, Jordan Rossell, Kacy Rutland, and Abby Wilson

Varsity: Georgia Blaze, Kayla Boroff, Nia Kate Bray, Annslie Gourlay, Sarah Krasnowiecki, Spencer Lindemood, Caitlin Martin, Breann Morrison, Hannah Paik, Taylor Anne Surles, Mary Hunter Wright, and Anne Auston Wright

By | 2018-04-18T16:48:21+00:00 April 18th, 2018|News and Events|0 Comments

MEA Art Show

The Macon East annual art show, held March 13, was full of amazing pieces by students in all grades.  Art Instructor, Tiffany Ala does a fabulous job teaching different techniques and concepts to students from Kindergarten through Art II & III for high school students.  With works submitted in the areas of painting, water base, print making, color and non-color drawing, collage and mixed media, and photography the show offered a variety of visual arts from all skill levels.  Taking home Best of Show honors in each age category were Warren Grier (K5-1st), Bentley Graham (2nd-3rd), Jacob Grindle (4th-6th), Luke Noffsinger (7th-9th), and Haley Wren (10th-12th).  All first and second place winners at the MEA Art Show will advance to the AISA District show on April 18.  A complete list of all the winners can be found in the program link below.

Art Show 2018 Winners

By | 2018-03-28T17:20:55+00:00 March 28th, 2018|News and Events|0 Comments

All-Metro Basketball Players Honored

Recently, Macon East varsity basketball players were honored for their accomplishments on the basketball court.  The Lady Knights’ Madisyn Kennedy was named as the All-Metro Basketball Player of the Year for all AISA schools.  Madisyn is currently the reigning AISA All-Metro Player of the Year in basketball, softball, and volleyball.  Four Macon East varsity boys were named to the AISA All-Metro Basketball team.  Logan Goree and Mike Murry were named to the 1st team.  Kyle Edwards was named to 2nd team, while Brock Taunton received honorable mention.  Coach Larry Chapman was named AISA Coach of the Year.  The Knights are 83-6 in 3 seasons under Chapman’s leadership.

By | 2018-04-18T16:38:58+00:00 March 28th, 2018|News and Events|0 Comments

Science Fair

Each year Macon East fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students participate in the Science Fair.  With entries in either the biological or physical category, each student is required to present a project complete with display board, research paper and experiment results.  The fair is judged by a panel of experts, and the top projects advance to the AISA District and State Science Fairs.  This year 3 MEA students were honored at District and advanced to the State fair – Luke Stabler (“Hand Washing” 1st), Colton Lunn (“Diaper Dynamics” 2nd), Elizabeth Kirk, (“How Much Will Your Boat Float” 3rd).  The following 1st place winners at the MEA fair also participated at the District event – Sara Cochran, Pressley Graham, and Thaddeus McKinney.

By | 2018-02-28T18:38:33+00:00 February 23rd, 2018|News and Events|0 Comments

All-Star Basketball

Macon East seniors, Logan Goree and Kyle Edwards were selected to play in this year’s AISA All-Star Basketball game. They helped lead the East team to a 93-74 win over the West in the All-Star game February 16th at the Montgomery Multiplex.  Logan and Kyle have received numerous all-tournament and MVP awards throughout this year’s season, including all-tournament for Logan and tournament MVP for Kyle at the AISA AA State Tournament.  At center and point guard this duo led the Knights squad on and off the court all season and brought home a 2nd state title for the Knights.  Both Goree and Edwards are pursuing continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level.

By | 2018-02-28T23:13:30+00:00 February 21st, 2018|Basketball, News and Events|0 Comments

Kindergarten Practices Kindness

Ms. Ellen Lawrence’s K5 class at Macon East Academy has been learning about the importance of kindness by practicing giving compliments to others.  The class has been using their Amazon Echo to listen to examples of compliments and discuss how compliments make others feel. Room mother, Mrs. Amy Redoble, recently visited her daughter Abigail and classmates and directed an activity in which each student picked a classmate’s name and thought of a compliment for that friend, then wrote it on a colorful heart.  The students revealed their hearts and shared the compliments for their friends.  The hearts were connected with the addition of a head to make a “Compliment Caterpillar”.  The completed project was displayed in the hallway for others to enjoy reading and perhaps pass on a kindness of their own.

By | 2018-02-28T22:56:34+00:00 February 21st, 2018|News and Events|0 Comments