Scholar-Leader Dinner

Last Thursday’s 16th Annual Scholar-Leader Dinner, sponsored by NELMS and MAMLE,  was a huge success once again.

5 Scholar-Leaders

Scholar-Leaders

All the way from Ft. Kent to celebrate!

All the way from Ft. Kent to celebrate!

 

Proud Families

Proud Families

 

MC Bill Zima, principal of Mt. Ararat MS

MC Bill Zima, principal of Mt. Ararat MS

The music was provided by the Mt. Ararat Middle School Jazz Band, Margie Landis conducting.  They were fabulous!

Mt. Ararat Jazz Band

Mt. Ararat Jazz Band

Part of the brass!

Part of the brass!

Margie Landis conducting

Margie Landis conducting

Families from all over the state came to Augusta to celebrate and honor these middle-level students.

Families enjoying the evening!

Families enjoying the evening!

Maine’s Secretary of State, Matthew Dunlap, congratulates the Scholar-Leaders.

Secretary of State, Matthew  Dunlap

Secretary of State, Matthew Dunlap

The evening’s keynote was delivered by Nicholas Parker, a freshman at Hampden Academy. He reminded the Scholar-Leaders to not only to set goals and work hard, but also take the time to live life with a capital L by experiencing everyday moments to their fullest.

 

Nicholas Parker

Nicholas Parker

Nick addresses the Scholar-Leader Dinner attendees.

Nick addresses the Scholar-Leader Dinner attendees.

You can listen to Nick on MAMLE’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Maine.MAMLE

See you next year!

Conference Sponsor

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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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