Spotlight

Amélia‌ ‌Thompson‌ , a 7th grader, ‌is‌ ‌ranked‌ ‌among‌ ‌the‌ ‌20‌ ‌best‌ ‌texts‌ ‌in‌ ‌the‌ ‌2020‌ ‌Competition‌ ‌organized‌ ‌by‌ ‌the‌ ‌American‌ ‌Journal‌ ‌of‌ ‌French‌ ‌Studies‌ ‌-‌ ‌High‌ ‌Schools‌ ‌category‌. She is 8th! Bravo and congratulations Amélia!

 

Congratulations to Brianna Warren who has qualified for the MathCounts Invitational Competition on February 25th.  She will be competing against 30 other students for a spot at the State Competition in March 

October

6th Grade: Jhani Rubbins & Nathaly Silva Meraz

7th Grade: Mariyah Booker and Imani Morris 

8th Grade: Adrianna Sadler and Morgan Bagot

Teachers: Mr.Brown, Mrs.Green, Mr.Nester, and Mr.Watson 


 

Sports Accomplishments

November

6th Grade: Latoya Wright and Jordan Buchert

7th Grade: Ricardo Agra and Samuel Rios

8th Grade: Isabella Caal, Amelia Brass, and Kelsi Morgan

Service Student of the Month: Aaron Godchaux

 

Teachers: Ms. Moreau, Mrs. Duet

6th Grade: Aaron Dedeaux, Allyson Carnitz

7th Grade: Merai Brown, Nyssiah Ebanks

8th Grade: Kenyetta Jones, Blake Washington

Teachers: Ms. Cruz, Mme. Aliche, Mr. Abuhajah, Coach Thompson, and Ms. Dunn. 

 

January 

The Basketball teams did great this season, with the girl's team coming in at  3rd in the championship and the boys coming out at 5th. 

Congratulations to Liam Pittman who placed 17th place for the Boys 50 Yard Freestyle, with a time of 45.62. Other congratulations to Morgan Bagot and Galina Dubinin, for placing 7th and 14th place in the Girls 50-yard freestyle, with a time of 32.13 and 35.17. 

The Volleyball Team placed 2nd place after Northeast vs. Woodlawn against Mayfair.

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Spanish immersion sixth grade students have been working researching the biography of Afro-Latino people featuring important and influential people of black and Latino origin. After making the their presentations, students worked together to create a mural.