R-7 middle schools recognize Students of the Month for April

April 24, 2013 

Lee’s Summit R-7 School District middle schools recently recognized their April Students of the Month. Students of the month are recognized based on outstanding citizenship, conduct, attitude and school involvement.

Students of the Month from Bernard Campbell Middle School are Jaimie Pearce and Tristan Brown. Jaimie is the daughter of Lori Pearce and Dan Pearce. At BCMS, Jaimie was a Refections Contest winner for her photography entry. Away from school, Jaimie enjoys competitive dance and piano. She has been listed on the principal’s honor roll all quarters. Tristan is the son of Peggy Spillman and Bryan Brown. At BCMS, Tristan was involved in track and orchestra. Away from school, Tristan enjoys playing bass guitar and received the Metheny Foundation Award for bass guitar.

Students of the Month from Pleasant Lea Middle School are Sydney Belt and Nicholas Lintz. Sydney is the daughter of Crystal Belt and Charlie Belt. At PLMS, Sydney is involved in choir and will be the emcee for the 2013 awards assembly. Away from school, Sydney enjoys Christian Youth Theatre classes and productions, traveling, waterskiing and her church youth group. She has been listed on the principal’s honor roll. Nicholas is the son of Linda Lintz and Paul Lintz. At PLMS, Nicholas has been listed on the principal’s honor roll. Away from school, Nicholas enjoys soccer, baseball and robotics.

Students of the Month from Summit Lakes Middle School are Brooklyn Cato and Christian Hern. Brooklyn is the daughter of Gina Cato and Matthew Cato. At SLMS, Brooklyn is involved in track and field and robotics. Away from school, Brooklyn enjoys playing volleyball and basketball, making jewelry, crocheting and church activities. She has been listed on the principal’s honor roll. Christian is the son of Shari Travis and Michael Hern. At SLMS, Christian is involved in football. Away from school, Christian enjoys volunteering, time with family and watching movies. He has been listed on the honor roll.

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