ECMS announces award winners


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These eighth-graders achieved the A or A/B Honor Roll all year.


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The Wills Family Award is presented annually to an eighth-grade student who exemplifies top performance in academics, athletics, and who most nearly fulfills our goal of giving the world good and decent citizens. Shown is winner Gracie Boggs and her family.


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Excellence in Attendance winners for having perfect attendance all year were Emily Peacock, Dylan Day, Christopher Norman, Justin Arnold, Zackary Vaughn and Austin Reedy.


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Seventh-graders earned the A or A/B Honor Roll the entire year.


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ECMS Educator of the Year was Laura Sizemore.


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East Clinton Middle School held its annual award ceremony on Wednesday, May 17.

Honorees included:

VFW Essay Contest winners: Owen Beatty, Mackenzie Shoemaker, Holly Bernard, Autumn Berry, Lydia Denney, Gracie Evanshine, Gracie Boggs, Jericka Boggs, Van Frye.

Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award winner: Trenton Garen.

Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award Winner: Gracie Evanshine.

NFHS National Award of Excellence winner: Shane Lynch.

Physical Education Award winners: Dylan Fisher, Alena Martin, Makayla Thomason, Dakota Collum.

ECMS Student Council members: Braylynn Malone, Alexous Fair, Josie Runk, Melanie Harner, Aurora Fair, Katelyn Carey, Shane Lynch, Kaleigh Lewis, Jenna Stanley, Gracie Boggs, Clayton Harrington, Austin Reedy, Regan Walker, Tessa Bosier, Candace Cuellar.

6th Grade A, A/B Honor Roll all year

Dillon Bailey, Trinity Bain, Adran Baker, Marinah Beener, Austin Bennett, Erica Bevan, Gretchen Boggs, Dani Brannon, Kolin Brown, Cheyenne Christenberry, Erynn Cluely, Dakota Collom, Haylee Cooper-Riehle, Dylan Day, Nathan Dunn, Nathan Ellis, Danyelle Elzey, Lex Frye, Bradyn Gaddis, Madison Greenly, Destiny Hall, Dallas Harner, Christopher Jarrell, Timmi Mahanes, Dalton McClure, Ashleigh McKnight, Mason Morrow, Kyle Roth, Aubrie Simpson, Lauren Stonewall, Makayla Thomason, Savannah Tolle, Megan Tong, Kami Whiteaker, Troy Wilson.

7th Grade A, A/B Honor Roll all year

Myah Anteck, Tessa Bosier, Katelyn Carey, Michael Daniel, Makayla Espericueta, Brad Fast, Paige Fetters, Van Frye, Jevin Hampton, Shane Lynch, Kane Moreton, Lauren Parks, Mckenzie Pence, Wesley Potts, Josie Runk, Landon Runyon, Jared Smith, Ceejay Smithson, Ryan Vance, Regan Walker.

8th Grade A, A/B Honor Roll all year

Owen Beatty, Holly Bernard, Autumn Berry, Gracie Boggs, Jericka Boggs, Caitlyn Borrageiro, Katrina Bowman, Paige Bowman, Carter Carey, Austin Debord, Kamrin Debord, Marci Ellis, Hailey Espericueta, Gracie Evanshine, Trenton Garen, Zoey George, Lauren Hadley, Aaron Hughes, Kimberly Jackson, Leanna Kaminsky, Madison Kier, Alisha McLees, Brooke Peacock, Austin Reedy, Brianna Rider, Alexis Rolfe, MacKenzie Shoemaker, Hope Stier, Terrie Swiger, Alexis Taylor, Quinten Tolle.

These eighth-graders achieved the A or A/B Honor Roll all year.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_DSC_0030.jpgThese eighth-graders achieved the A or A/B Honor Roll all year. Courtesy photos

The Wills Family Award is presented annually to an eighth-grade student who exemplifies top performance in academics, athletics, and who most nearly fulfills our goal of giving the world good and decent citizens. Shown is winner Gracie Boggs and her family.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_DSC_0063-1.jpgThe Wills Family Award is presented annually to an eighth-grade student who exemplifies top performance in academics, athletics, and who most nearly fulfills our goal of giving the world good and decent citizens. Shown is winner Gracie Boggs and her family. Courtesy photos

Excellence in Attendance winners for having perfect attendance all year were Emily Peacock, Dylan Day, Christopher Norman, Justin Arnold, Zackary Vaughn and Austin Reedy.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_IMG_4752.jpgExcellence in Attendance winners for having perfect attendance all year were Emily Peacock, Dylan Day, Christopher Norman, Justin Arnold, Zackary Vaughn and Austin Reedy. Courtesy photos

Seventh-graders earned the A or A/B Honor Roll the entire year.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_IMG_5001.jpgSeventh-graders earned the A or A/B Honor Roll the entire year. Courtesy photos

ECMS Educator of the Year was Laura Sizemore.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_laura-sizemore.jpgECMS Educator of the Year was Laura Sizemore. Courtesy photos

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