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Congressman Ratcliffe Visits Stone 8th Graders

School NewsGreg Higgins
Stone Middle School Principal Kelli Stewart accepts a United State flag from Congress John Ratcliffe that flew over the State Capital in honor of Stone Middle School. 

Stone Middle School Principal Kelli Stewart accepts a United State flag from Congress John Ratcliffe that flew over the State Capital in honor of Stone Middle School. 

 Congressman John Ratcliffe made his way to Stone Middle School on Monday to visit Joseph Musgrove’s eighth grade advanced history classes.  After introducing himself and interacting with them on their knowledge of how the government works, he invited the students to ask questions.  Congressman Ratcliffe then presented a flag that flew over the U. S. Capital in Washington, D.C. in honor of Stone Middle School to Principal Kelli Stewart.

Congressman John Ratcliffe graciously answered questions that were on the tongues of curious eighth grade history students from Stone Middle School.

Congressman John Ratcliffe graciously answered questions that were on the tongues of curious eighth grade history students from Stone Middle School.

Congressman Ratcliffe mingled with history students at Stone Middle School after addressing the history class as a whole.  Listening intently to what the Congressman had to say, from left, are Hunter Jones, Layne Lankford, Hunter Moore, and Olivia Manuel.

Congressman Ratcliffe mingled with history students at Stone Middle School after addressing the history class as a whole.  Listening intently to what the Congressman had to say, from left, are Hunter Jones, Layne Lankford, Hunter Moore, and Olivia Manuel.