Port Clinton Middle School announces ‘Grit and Growth’ honor roll

Jan 6, 2021 | Schools | 0 comments

Because the 2020-21 school year has experienced many new and different circumstances, Port Clinton Middle School developed its “Grit and Growth” honor roll. This varies from the typical Middle School honor rolls, as the Grit and Growth title goes along with the Port Clinton School District’s culture belief, Relentless Pursuit of Growth: ”Be gritty. Embrace the challenge.”

Teachers had submitted the names of students who demonstrated unique growth and grit during the first quarter of 2020. Those students demonstrated admirable effort in unique ways, whether attending class in person or online, were recognized. As a result, the Middle School is pleased to celebrate the following students for their efforts in exemplifying Grit and Growth:

Grade 6: Conner Cochran, Julian Curry, Lillian Davis Wagner, Braylon Freeman, Corie Horst, Aleiah Isaac, Shelby Isaac, Summer LoPresto, Avery Martinez, Preston Martinez, Payton Meade, Tristan Minney, Mailey Mowel, Ellis Orris, Grant Periat, David Riggs, Jasmyne Silverwood, Charlie Simpson, Gabrielle Sims, Pierson Smith, Wyatt Yarbrough, Alana Zibert.

Grade 7: Derek Abernathy, Olivia Althaus, Grace Arnold, Jenna Boykin, Casey Brand, Wyatt Brand, Jalynn Burkholder, Sophia DiMario, Marissa Frohne, Gabrielle Heilmann, Emma Knecht, Whitney Krupp, Austin Leis, Morgan Lempke, Austin Marlatt, Lily Mincer, Ethan Mooney, Makakii Pinkelton, Halle Puffenberger, Mason Short, Wyatt Siefke.

Grade 8: Lillyanna Bennett, Emily Boykin, Amelia Bricker, Erieyonna Buckley, Ryan Caris, Kerynn Christiansen, Jeremy Cook, Makayla Couture, Carter Crum, Nathan Dukeshire, Conner Earnest, Austin Everly, Christiona Fenton, Logan Hale, Anthany Kaufman, Sarah Koch, Mattie Luebcke, Aiden Messer, Emma Moyer, Paige Muetzel, Talyn Oberle, Gabriel Ortiz, Andrew Patterson, Samuel Roberts, Jocelyn Rohde, Makayla Salyers, Dawson Scott, Olivia Spencer, Katie Strobel, Lyndsay Tusen, Dre Wallace, Cheyenne Whitaker.

For more about Port Clinton City School District’s culture and beliefs please see the R Factor tab at www.pccsd.net.

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