Bemidji Middle School Honors Its Highest Achievers At Academic Award Night


DENNIS WEIMANN.>>DENNIS: THE BEMIDJI MIDDLE SCHOOL HONORED ITS HIGHEST ACHIEVERS TONIGHT DURING ITS ACADEMIC AWARD NIGHT. THE FOUR-A AWARD HIGHLIGHTS EIGHTH GRADERS WHO KEPT A 3.5 GRADE POINT AVERAGE ALL THREE YEARS AT THE SCHOOL, READ 250,000 WORDS, PARTICIPATED IN AT LEAST ONE SPORT OR ACTIVITY AND MISSED FOUR DAYS OR LESS OF SCHOOL.>>WELL, IT’S A CULMINATION OF GOOD KIDS DOING GREAT THINGS, WORKING HARD AND IT EXEMPLIFIES ROCKS, RESPONSIBILITY, OPPORTUNITY, COMMUNITY, KNOWLEDGE AND SUCCESS, AND THESE KIDS HAVE SHOWN THIS FOR THREE YEARS. THESE KIDS HAVE ACCOMPLISHED A LOT. THEY’RE GOING TO TAKE THEIR NEXT STEP TO HIGH SCHOOL. A LOT OF THESE KIDS WILL BE TAKING SOME OF THE HIGHER CLASS, COLLEGE CLASSES, BUT MORE THAN ANYTHING, THEY’RE GOING TO BE GREAT CITIZENS OF BEMIDJI HIGH SCHOOL.>>DENNIS: SPEAKERS AT TONIGHT’S EVENT INCLUDED HILDENBRANDM BEMIDJI POLICE CHIEF MIKE MASTIN AND DARE OFFICER JOHN HUNT AND BEMIDJI PRINCIPAL BRIANT STEFANICH AND NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY ADVISOR KURT LONG

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