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

Lee's Summit JournalOctober 30, 2013 

Lee’s Summit R-7 School District middle schools recently recognized their September 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 Emily Gerber and Cameron Riffle. Emily is the daughter of Allyson Gerber and Jeff Gerber. At BCMS, Emily is involved in cross country, Scholar Bowl and chamber orchestra. Away from school, Emily enjoys competitive soccer, softball, piano and violin. She has been listed on the principal’s honor roll all quarters. Cameron is the son of Lisa Riffle and Chris Riffle. At BCMS, Cameron is involved in wrestling, lacrosse and cross country. Away from school, Cameron enjoys his church youth group, community service and mission work. He has been listed on the principal’s honor roll.

Students of the Month from Pleasant Lea Middle School are Isabella Hess and Paul Orr. Isabella is the daughter of Marcy Hess and Chris Hess. At PLMS, Isabella is involved in the awards assembly and student council. Away from school, Isabella enjoys dancing and her church youth group. She has been listed on the principal’s honor roll all quarters. Paul is the son of Tish Orr and Brian Orr. At PLMS, Paul is involved in cross country, band and Club 121. Away from school, Paul enjoys baseball, percussion lessons, guitar lessons, basketball, Lee’s Summit High School’s robotics program, student ministry and student worship band. He has been listed on the principal’s honor roll all quarters.

Students of the Month from Summit Lakes Middle School are Jessi Watkins and Jake Hilger. Jessi is the daughter of Pam Watkins and Eric Watkins. At SLMS, Jessi is involved in the awards show and Falcon Smart. Away from school, Jessi enjoys golfing and piano. She has been listed on the principal’s honor roll all quarters. Jake is the son of Sherry Hilger and Steve Hilger. At SLMS, Jake is involved in cross country, talent show, awards show tech crew, concert choir and was stage manager for the musical. Away from school, Jake enjoys Boy Scouts, piano and recreational soccer. He has been listed on the principal’s honor roll.

 

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