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CMS students complete leadership project

Campbellsville Middle School students recently completed a project in their leadership classes to get to know each other.

 

Students were asked to answer several questions about themselves and then create an autobiographical PowerPoint presentation.

 

The presentation had to have an introduction, transitions and a conclusion.

 

Students were asked to present interesting facts about themselves, such as what happened in history on the day they were born.

 

When finished, students delivered their presentations.

 

CMS teacher Michael Despain talks to his leadership students about their autobiographical assignment.

CMS teacher Michael Despain talks to his leadership students about their autobiographical assignment.

 

CMS teacher Michael Despain helps seventh-grader Sean Mings with his autobiographical assignment.

CMS teacher Michael Despain helps seventh-grader Sean Mings with his autobiographical assignment.

 

CMS seventh-graders Seth Hash, at left, and Chase Hord work on their autobiographical assignment.

CMS seventh-graders Seth Hash, at left, and Chase Hord work on their autobiographical assignment.

 

CMS seventh-graders Haley Gutierrez, at left, and Savanna Brown work on their autobiographical assignment.

CMS seventh-graders Haley Gutierrez, at left, and Savanna Brown work on their autobiographical assignment.

 

CMS seventh-graders Alissa Lofton, at left, and Alexis Byers work on their autobiographical assignment.

CMS seventh-graders Alissa Lofton, at left, and Alexis Byers work on their autobiographical assignment.

 

CMS seventh-graders Asia Barbour, at left, and Jade Wheeler work on their autobiographical assignment.

CMS seventh-graders Asia Barbour, at left, and Jade Wheeler work on their autobiographical assignment.

 

CMS seventh-graders Cameron Mahan, at left, and Zamar Owens work on their autobiographical assignment.

CMS seventh-graders Cameron Mahan, at left, and Zamar Owens work on their autobiographical assignment.





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