Port Clinton Middle School announces ‘Grit and Growth’

Feb 10, 2021 | Schools | 0 comments

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

Teachers submitted the names of students who demonstrated unique growth and grit during the second quarter of 2020-21. Students demonstrating admirable effort in unique ways, whether attending class in person or online, are being recognized.

Port Clinton Middle School is pleased to celebrate the following students for their efforts in exemplifying Grit and Growth:

Grade 6: Cameron Borror, Elizabeth Bubb, Tessa Cantu, Liam Coppeler, Gavin Covey, Julian Curry, Colt Emigh, Lorelei Fall, Cooper Harpster, Lilly Hatt, Lillian Havens, Daniel Heintz, Trevor James, Summer LoPresto, Avery Martinez, Preston Martinez, Payton Meade, Tristan Minney, Ellie Orris, Anaiya Parriott, Calliegh Pean, Autumn Roark, Haley Shipp, Charlie Simpson, Eliana Soler, Martez Wilson, Alana Zibert.

Grade 7: Derek Abernathy, Alivia Adorni, Ileanah Craig, Logan Cruz, Brianna Fuller, Charley Hilton, Lily Mincer, Faythe Riggs, Mason Short, Caleb Spencer, Adriel Venegas.

Grade 8: Lillyanna Bennett, Aidan Burton, Carter Crum, Sarah Gee, Logan Hale, Chance Havens, Cale Hendricks, Jerren Hirt, Shianne Lieske, Cameron Market, Aubrey Martinez, Emma Moyer, Paige Muetzel, Dillan Northrop, Talyn Oberle, Trevor Pean, Elijah Ramsey, Jocelyn Rohde, Briar Rohrer, Makayla Salyers, Alexis Shelton, Alana Velasquez-Hush, Isabella Webb, Aaliyah Wilson.

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