Monday, April 15, 2013
Two middle river students have been recognized for their success.
Ozi Anyanwu and Joselinne Baker, both Miles River Middle School students, have been awarded Outstanding Accomplishment certificates by the Hamilton- Wenham Rotary Club. Anyanwu, in the 8th grade, received his award for Citizenship and Baker, a 6th grader, was recognized for Sportsmanship. The awards were given out at the Rotary's weekly breakfast meeting on April 4 at the Community House of Hamilton-Wenham. Anyanwu teacher wrote: "I nominated Ozi because in addition to being an excellent student, he is a wonderful person. Ozi (arrived) as a new student last year and has enriched the MRMS community. He joined the Channel 2 crew as a 7th grader and continues to be part of that activity. In class, Ozi performs to a high standard, and he …
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Hamilton-Wenham Rotary Club awarded its two latest outstanding accomplishment certificates to Miles River Middle School students at its meeting last Friday.
The Hamilton-Wenham Rotary Club has awarded its two latest outstanding accomplishment certificates to Miles River Middle School students Gabby Mastrocola and Amy Thissell. Mastrocola, an eighth grader, received her award for Academic Excellence and Thissell, a seventh grader, was recognized for Citizenship at the Rotary’s weekly Friday breakfast meeting on March 1 at the Community House of Hamilton-Wenham. Mastrocola’s teacher wrote: “Gabby is a really good kid from my vantage point. Good student; asks appropriate, relevant questions; has a positive attitude and is dependable. Her Civics assignments are always well done and carefully thought out. Her hard work and steady efforts shine through in her high quality work.” Thissell’s teacher …
Monday, January 28, 2013
The two January winners of Hamilton-Wenham Rotary Club's outstanding accomplishments award won as 6th graders and have won again as 8th graders.
The Hamilton-Wenham Rotary Club's outstanding accomplishment certificates in January went to the same two Miles River Middle School students for the first time ever. Lucy Huang and Josh Ward both received the award at the Jan. 11 weekly Friday breakfast meeting of the club. It was the first time in the three year history of this project that there were repeat winners. Two years earlier as 6th grade students, Huang won an Outstanding Achievement Certificate for Academic Excellence and Josh Ward for Leadership. Now as 8thgrade students, they both received their certificates for Citizenship. Huang’s teacher wrote that Lucy “is respectful, kind, and persistently involved in our classwork, asking thoughtful questions and providing astute …
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Two Miles River Middle School students have been recognized for their leadership and citizenship accomplishments.
The Hamilton-Wenham Rotary Club has awarded its Outstanding Accomplishment certificates to two Miles River Middle School students - Jack Gourdeau and Alexis Lynch. Gourdeau received his award for Citizenship and Lynch was recognized for Leadership. The awad was handed out on Dec. 14 at the club's weekly Friday breakfast meeting at the Community House of Hamilton and Wenham. Gourdeau’s teacher wrote: “Jack is an outstanding young man. He constantly demonstrates outstanding citizenship in civics class and beyond. It's been a pleasure working with Jack this year. His good manners, strong work ethic and over-all pleasant personality make him a great choice for student of the month.” For Lynch, her teacher stated: “Alexis was one of the first …
Monday, July 9, 2012
The final Outstanding Accomplishment certificates of the 2011-12 school year at Miles River Middle School went to Lee Drinkwater and Sarah Oh.
Monday, July 9, 2012
Lee Drinkwater and Sarah Oh were awarded the Hamilton-Wenham Rotary Club’s Outstanding Accomplishment certificates at its weekly Friday breakfast meeting on June 8 at the Community House of Hamilton-Wenham. Drinkwater received his award for Most Improved Academically and Oh was recognized for Excellence in the Fine Arts. They are both Miles River Middle School students. Drinkwater’s teacher wrote the following: “Lee has made great strides in science. He has brought his grade up steadily each quarter through effort and persistence. I would describe Lee as conscientious, engaged in learning, and motivated to succeed. Lee is friendly, polite, and respectful in a quiet, but consistent way. He is always ready to help out in the classroom and…(…
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
An essential get-me-going daily morning column from Hamilton-Wenham Patch.
Today is Tuesday, March 13. Here are five things you need to know: 1. 60s: The wacky winter weather continues on Tuesday. We had a snowstorm before Halloween and now we are seeing a virtual “heat wave” before St. Patrick’s Day. Temperatures will again solidly get into the 60s with partly sunny skies on Tuesday. 2. Recreation Survey: Anyone can have a say in the 10-year Hamilton-Wenham Recreation Master Plan process through an online survey that was posted on Monday. Gale Associates is working on the Master Plan and the survey is an important part of the work, asking a variety of questions from what current recreation programs you use now to how you want to hear about programs in the future. The survey can be found here, according to …