15th Annual Scholar-Leader Dinner

 

Scholar-Leader Dinner

Scholar-Leader Dinner

MAMLE and NELMS partner each year to recognize scholar-leaders from across the state. Participating schools choose two eight graders to honor. The criteria for this award include:

  • Demonstrates Academic Achievement
  • Provides service to classmates and school
  • Is a positive role model for peers
  • Demonstrates integrity, honesty, self-discipline, and courage

Below are images from the 2014 Scholar-Leader banquet held at the Augusta Civic Center on May 15. All of the smiles indicate a enjoyable time was had by all!

MAMLE Board members Lindsay Mahoney and Cathi Wood welcome our honorees.

Lindsay & Cathi

Lindsay & Cathi

The Medway Middle School Jazz Band under the direction of Mrs. Page entertained guests as they found their tables.

Medway Middle School Jazz Band

Medway Middle School Jazz Band

Principal Pray proudly looks on as the Jazz Band warms up!

Principal Pray proudly looks on as the Jazz Band warms up!

Our national anthem was sung a cappella by 4 young women from Medway, and Senator Susan Collins congratulated the honorees via video.

The Star Spangled Banner

The Star Spangled Banner

Senator Susan Collins

Senator Susan Collins

Keynoters

keynoters

There were 66 proud and happy families in attendance!

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3 generations

Mr. Burns takes cares of the the Mt. Ararat table.

Mr. Burns takes cares of the the Mt. Ararat table.

Here are some of the 2014 Scholar Leaders!  Congratulations to all!

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Award

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award winner

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We hope to see you next year!

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About Jill Spencer

I taught middle school for many years, and now I consult with schools across the country and internationally in the areas of curriculum and instruction, including technology integration. Please also check out my blog about middle school teaming at http://teamingrocks.wordpress.com/. Other publications include: Teaming Rocks! Collaborate in Powerful Ways to Ensure Student Success Everyone’s Invited! Interactive Strategies That Engage Young Adolescents 10 Differentiation Strategies for Building Prior Knowledge
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