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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 October and November were honored with a Thanksgiving lunch, and guest speaker Elisha Rhodes, principal at CMS, spoke to them.

 

Rhodes congratulated the students on being chosen as Leaders of the Week, and said they are great role models for their classmates.

 

The students’ parents were also invited to the luncheon, and Rhodes 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 Lydia Miller, Landon Rakes, Lilyan Murphy, Zeke Harris, Averi Perkins and Spencer Bates; fifth-graders Devin Kinser, Chloe Mitchell, Shawn Dong, Mollie Bailey, Chloe Thompson and Shaylee Cox; sixth-graders Joseph Rawlings, Brandon Nelson, Elizabeth Lopez, Leigh Hicks, Brady Hoosier and Hayden Jones; seventh-graders Gabby Skaggs, Bri Gowdy, Karley Morris, Hayley Wethington, Skyler Olinski and Jack Sabo; and Autumn Harvey, Tierra Bridgewater, Colin Harris, Abi Wiedewitsch, Kameron Smith and Hannah Keith.

 

CMS student leaders are honored at a luncheon.

CMS student leaders are honored at a luncheon.

 

CMS student leaders are served a Thanksgiving lunch, with cookies for dessert.

CMS student leaders are served a Thanksgiving lunch, with cookies for dessert.

 

CMS student leaders are served a Thanksgiving lunch, with cookies for dessert.

CMS student leaders are served a Thanksgiving lunch, with cookies for dessert.

 

CMS Principal Elisha Rhodes honors the student leaders.

CMS Principal Elisha Rhodes honors the student leaders.

 

CMS fourth-grader Spencer Bates enjoys a cookie.

CMS fourth-grader Spencer Bates enjoys a cookie.

 

CMS Principal Elisha Rhodes talks to parents about the Leader in Me program.

CMS Principal Elisha Rhodes talks to parents about the Leader in Me program.





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