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CMS students honored at luncheon

Campbellsville Middle School student leaders were recently honored with a luncheon.

 

Students named Leaders of the Week in the months of December, January and February were honored with a special lunch, and Lighthouse Team members spoke to them about leadership.

 

The students’ parents were also invited to the luncheon, and adult Lighthouse Team member and eighth-grade teacher Robbilyn Speer introduced each of the student leaders and read why they were chosen for the Leader of the Week honor.

 

Students honored at the luncheon include fourth-graders Ellie Wise, Riley Newton, Destiny Milby, Bronson Cox, Harley Couch-Allen, Ryan Shuck, Miley Hash, Anna Floyd and Rowan Petett; fifth-graders Ethan Cox, Diego Noyola, Ava Hughes, Isaac Roddy, Gabby Bright, Isaac Garrison, Leo Lamer, Allie Sumners and Chase Lawless; sixth-graders Ronin Smith, Bri Hayes, Blake Tungate, Mikaela Scharbrough, Emily Shuck, Chase Hord, Zamar Owens, Damon Johnson and Dakota Slone; seventh-graders Zack Underwood, Haley Luna, Logan Phillips, Isabella Vannice, Nate Arachi, Jaylin Napier, Austin Jeffries, Lainey Watson and Tezon Mitchell; and eighth-graders Chloe Garrett, Anna Davis, Noah Mardis, Jasmine Mitchell, Destiny Hicks, Haley Lopez, Alex Lofton, Nick Drew and Laci Hodgens.

 

CMS student leaders are treated to a pizza lunch.

CMS student leaders are treated to a pizza lunch.

 

CMS student leaders are treated to a pizza lunch.

CMS student leaders are treated to a pizza lunch.

 

From left, CMS sixth-grader Chase Hord and seventh-graders Adin Hunt and Austin Jeffries are treated to a pizza lunch.

From left, CMS sixth-grader Chase Hord and seventh-graders Adin Hunt and Austin Jeffries are treated to a pizza lunch.

 

CMS student leaders are treated to a pizza lunch.

CMS student leaders are treated to a pizza lunch.

 

CMS Lighthouse Team members Sarah Adkins, at left, and Kaylyn Smith, seventh-graders, spoke about how the Leader in Me program has helped them.

CMS Lighthouse Team members Sarah Adkins, at left, and Kaylyn Smith, seventh-graders, spoke about how the Leader in Me program has helped them.

 

CMS Lighthouse Team member and eighth-grade teacher Robbilyn Speer talks about the Leader in Me program.

CMS Lighthouse Team member and eighth-grade teacher Robbilyn Speer talks about the Leader in Me program.





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