8th Grade Moving Up

eight graders on stage during moving up ceremonyThe Class of 2023 said “goodbye” to middle school and “hello” to high school during Chatham Middle School’s 8th Grade Moving Up Ceremony, held the evening of June 21 in the Chatham High School auditorium. During the ceremony, CMS dean of students Mark Connelly called each 8th grader forward to stand and be recognized before taking a seat on the stage. The evening also included a performance of select choral students singing “Gone, Gone, Gone,” remarks from CMS principal Mike Burns, and the presentation of student awards.

In his delivering the Principal’s Award, Mr. Burns remarked, “This year my award is about survival, working hard and getting through, for some of you the most difficult years of your lives. Every single student on this stage has contributed in one way or another to Chatham Middle School, and in saying that, tonight I present my principal’s award to every single eighth grader on this stage tonight.”

Other award recipients honored that evening are:
Hay Award- Bella Tarbox
Language Arts Award- Isabella Spencer
Science Award- Diego Clark
Math- Samantha Hoffman
Social Studies- John Wisseman
Boys’ Faculty Award- John Miles
Girls’ Faculty Award- Eudora Brennan
Spanish- Anna Miles
Family and Consumer Sciences- Emma Braley
Health- Hannah Pinto
Technology- Riley Schwartz
Vocal Music- AJ Reyome
Band- Nicole Meyers
Orchestra- Ian Freiermuth
Art- Ayden Ketzer
Girls’ Physical Education- Hailey Schwartz
Boys’ Physical Education- Cameron Horton
Janis Gould Award- Amelia Scheriff
School Service- Jillian Silver
Guidance Award- Alyssa Mowris
Leadership- Noah Hutchinson
Dean’s Award- Kenny Davey

The awards given were made possible by a $600 donation from the Chatham Alumni Association.

If you were there that evening, you may have noticed the beautiful rainbow that came out just after the ceremony ended. After the event, the students headed to the Moving Up Dance hosted that evening at MED.

Congratulations to our soon to be 9th graders!

 

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