Middle School Academic Assembly

Students in the middle school shared their learning from the past semester at an academic assembly this week that focused on history classes. Fifth graders explored ancient civilizations, sixth graders talked about South America and natural disasters, seventh graders described their recent study of constitutional amendments and eighth graders delved into a project on family history.

Following the share out, teachers distributed academic excellence awards. Excellence Awards celebrate Grades 7/8 students who display the following criteria in math, English, science, history and world language:

• Exhibits intellectual curiosity and risk-taking
• Pursues learning with vigor and joy
• Demonstrates a passion for the subject
• Thinks critically
• Inspires intellectual excellence in others

Congratulations to these award recipients!

Grade 7
History: Alex Geldzahler
Math: Bricin Mahoney
English: Charlotte Corkins
Science: Max Birner
Spanish: Eve Weiner
Spanish: Cayla Wolf
French: Devon Chambers

Grade 8
History: Jaelyn Williams
Math: Emerson-Ellis Coleman
English: Rob Jacoby
Science: Elliot Rutherford
Spanish: Ainslee Garcia
French: Coco Hunt
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