WMS surprises students with recognition


‘The Cane Way!’ about much more than grades

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The WMS students were honored at a surprise ceremony.


WILMINGTON — The future is looking bright for this group of Wilmington Middle School students.

On Friday, Oct. 27 the middle school held a surprise ceremony, complete with parents, to recognize WMS students who exemplified The Cane Way! Parents and family members were provided a program containing all of the great things that nominating staff members had to say about every student recognized.

Each student recognized was nominated by a WMS staff member and had no idea about the ceremony until they were called to the Auditeria. WMS was able to recognize this exemplary group of students in front of their parents and highlight their extraordinary daily contributions to the Middle School — The Cane Way!

Wilmington Middle School says that “The Cane Way” is about more than grades — it’s about how students interact with their peers and teachers, their positive attitude, kindness, compassion, work ethic, willingness to help others, desire for learning, and the ability to meet challenges head on.

With students like these, the future looks bright indeed.

Students recognized were: Brandon Baltazar, Addi Beckett, Braydon Black, Mikayla Bond, Jeremiah Buckler, Lexi Calloway, Kailyn Cordy, Zainne Cowin, Jocelyn Edens, Gregory Farfan, Gladys Gonzalez, Maggie Gunn, Lauren Kessler, Tanner Killen, Harley Lane, Landon Mellinger, Devyn Mitchell, Hayley Moon-Storer, Zoey Moore, Banessa Morales, Ella Neuenschwander, Austin Oglesby, Elli Otto, Briston Plymire, Trey Reed, Alexis Roberts, Noelle Robertson, Chandni Sharma, Shannon Spies, Mckiley Smith, Tessa Taulbee, Jenna Taylor, Makenna Tolliver, Sydney Totten, Patrick Tucker, Brooklyn Watson, Aubree Weller, Nathan Wood, Hunter Wright, Cameron Zimmerman.

The WMS students were honored at a surprise ceremony.
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‘The Cane Way!’ about much more than grades

News Journal