LAUGHLIN — Sixth and seventh grade students earned several awards and recognition during their own awards assembly to end the year June 2.
Dani LeRoux, dean of students, welcomed parents and students to the assembly. She reminded everyone that at the time grades weren’t completed yet so the assembly wasn’t a guarantee students moved onto the next grade. Staff felt it important to still recognize students so the assembly was held in hopes that al the students made the grade, she said.
She thanked students for ending the year in an amazing, strong way. She wished them luck on their exams for the final week of school.
To keep up with the eighth grade and high school graduation, the seventh and sixth grade bands performed. Sixth grade performed “Centurion” and seventh grade performed “Name Those Tunes.”
Spencer Brock introduced the seventh grade band. He said the song included a total of 13 samples of tunes and challenged the audience to try and name all of them.
Fred Wells, past Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus, presented the Free Throw awards. He explained the competition is for students ages 9 to 14. There were some really good winners last year and he wanted to recognize those students, he continued. Several students earned certificates for doing well at the Free Throw competition at the local or district level.
Students who maintained at least a grade point average of 3.0 or higher or a 4.0 were recognized. Sixth grade students with a 3.0 or higher were Marcos Franco, Jaquari Edwards, Treshaune Souder, Amy Webb, Brayden…
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