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

February 5, 2014 

Lee’s Summit R-7 School District middle schools recently recognized their January 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 Rachel Moore and Collin Glavin. At BCMS, Rachel is involved in Club 121, scholar bowl and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Away from school, Rachel enjoys volunteering and participating in 5K races. She has been listed on the principal’s honor roll all quarters. At BCMS, Collin Glavin is involved in football. He has been listed on the honor roll.

Students of the Month from Pleasant Lea Middle School are Johanna Holmberg and T. J. Kennedy. At PLMS, Johanna is involved in cross country, volleyball, basketball, track, tiger travelers and backstage crew for lip sync and awards assembly. Away from school, Johanna enjoys competitive soccer, volunteering and Christian Youth Theatre. She has been listed on the president’s and principal’s honor roll. At PLMS, T. J. is involved in football, wrestling and track. Away from school, T. J. enjoys football, baseball and basketball. He has been listed on the principal’s honor roll all quarters.

Students of the Month from Summit Lakes Middle School are Shelby Workman and Drew Hurley. At PLMS, Shelby is involved in the school musical, yearbook and band. Away from school, Shelby enjoys her church youth program. She has been listed on the principal’s honor roll. At SLMS, Drew is involved in robotics team, academic team, band, falcon smart, archery, science fair and is a Truman Reader. Away from school, Drew enjoys youth court and his church youth group. He has been listed on the principal’s honor roll all quarters.

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