Beulah Middle School Kids Have Named Their (Goat) Kids. Meet…

April 27, 2021

Those absolutely super adorable goats born a couple of weeks ago at Beulah Middle School now have names picked by the students.

Through the school-wide vote using change, $147.94 was raised for the animals and two names were chosen.

Meet Nugget, the black and white cutie pictured on the left, and Hazel pictured on the right.

(For more news about the goats, and we must warn you that it’s very sad and may not be kid friendly, scroll down below the photos.)

Photos for, click to enlarge.

There actually three goats born two weeks ago at Beulah Middle School. Sadly, the third goat did not survive.


2 Responses to “Beulah Middle School Kids Have Named Their (Goat) Kids. Meet…”

  1. William Lingo on April 27th, 2021 6:01 pm

    I have watched the Baileys and others build this school from the ground up and I have to commend them all on their hard work and efforts to build a quality educational institution in our community. Thank you Teachers and Administrators for your time and effort to give our children the best opportunities for a quality education and a chance to succeed. Kevin, I see you working hard to keep everything up and running, you know where I live, I’m available if you ever need a hand.

  2. Citizen on April 27th, 2021 12:54 pm

    Too cute!

    Nugget is a good name… not so much for a chicken though.

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