PLMS High 5 Award winners for October

October 23, 2013 

Pleasant Lea Middle School recently recognized its High 5 Award winners, which are selected by the school's academic departments. The Physical Education Department selected the High 5 winners for October, including (from left) Jacob Brown, Most Improved Eighth-grader; Haylee Steinhauer, Outstanding Eighth-grader; Lillie Bock, Outstanding Seventh-grader; and Alec Roe, Most Improved Seventh-grader. Janette Miller (center), PLMS principal, presented the students with their awards. The school's Partners In Education, Lee's Summit Medical Center and Mazuma Credit Union, along with PLMS sponsor the award. The High 5 Award was designed to promote academic excellence among the students of PLMS. Lee's Summit Medical Center presents each student with a Target Gift Card, and Mazuma Credit Union purchases gift cards to Sonic. Janette Miller (pictured with group), PLMS principal, presented the students with their awards.

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Pleasant Lea Middle School recently recognized its High 5 Award winners, which are selected by the school’s academic departments.

The Physical Education Department selected the High 5 winners for October, including (from left) Jacob Brown, Most Improved Eighth-grader; Haylee Steinhauer, Outstanding Eighth-grader; Lillie Bock, Outstanding Seventh-grader; and Alec Roe, Most Improved Seventh-grader. Janette Miller (center), PLMS principal, presented the students with their awards.

The school’s Partners In Education, Lee’s Summit Medical Center and Mazuma Credit Union, along with PLMS sponsor the award. The High 5 Award was designed to promote academic excellence among the students of PLMS. Lee’s Summit Medical Center presents each student with a Target Gift Card, and Mazuma Credit Union purchases gift cards to Sonic. Janette Miller (pictured with group), PLMS principal, presented the students with their awards

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