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ACMS honors eighth graders with completion materials

From Principal Alma Rich, Adair County Middle School

We had 188 ACMS eighth graders getting their official completion records making them ready for the next steps in their education. The year of changes due to COVID-19 Pandemic caused traditional year end ceremonies to be cancelled and we had drive-through event so students could have their papers and awards.

We had several with 90 or above in all subjects. Some special awards include: Perfect Attendance for the year went to Wesson Burton, Aaron Coblantz, Jakeb Lacy, and Carter White. Wesson and Jakeb had perfect attendance all three years at ACMS.

Citizenship Awards went to Jakeb Lacy and Hope Wall

Principal Awards went to Braylon Breeze and Gracie Wilson.

We also had two chrome books donated by Hood Lodge 839. In the drawing for everyone that had turned in their NTI work on time, the winners of the chrome books were Leah Keith (6th grade) and Lane Grant (8th grade).




This story was posted on 2020-06-10 06:32:58
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At ACMS handing out awards



2020-06-01 - Columbia - Photo by Deb Waddell.
Staff at Adair County Middle School welcomed eighth graders to drive by the school and pick up their promotion certificates, awards and report cards.

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ACMS graduates pick up certificates and awards



2020-06-02 - Columbia - Photo by Deb Waddell.
Madison Irvin was in line to pick up her Adair County Middle School certificates and awards as she gets ready to head to high school.

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ACMS graduates certified all is completed



2020-06-02 - Columbia - Photo by Deb Waddell.
Brenton Billingsly, at left, and Brody Blair, at right, are driving through with their families to receive official papers and certification of completion of eighth grade at Adair County Middle School. Brody received his papers from his dad, teacher, Brett Blair.

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Maison and Zoey collect graduation items from ACMS



2020-06-03 - Columbia - Photo by Deb Waddell.
Maison Karnes, at left, and Zoey Hilty, at right, were among the Adair County Middle School drive through picking up their certificates, awards and final papers as they move from eighth grade to high school.

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Caleb gets official papers from ACHS



2020-06-04 - Columbia - Photo by Deb Waddell.
This week we have featured some of the Adair County Middle School graduates pictured as they drove through school campus to pick up their completion and awards papers. Caleb Edwards was one of those who picked up his papers and is off to high school next semester.

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ACMS graduates get completion papers



2020-06-10 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Deb Waddell.
Hope Wall's guard checked out the papers being handed out at Adair County Middle School to make students official graduates, ready for high school.

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