Friday 18 Oct 2019

Brogden Middle Celebrates Student Acheivement

With End of Grade Testing coming in May and June, Brogden Middle School Principal Dr. Damesha Smith decided to have an assembly entitled: Recognizing Achievement Matters.

Friday’s assembly recognized student achievements and also encouraged the kids to do their best.

In order to make this day special, Dr. Smith invited Senator Don Davis and Representative Raymond Smith to deliver words of encouragement to the students.

Wayne County Public Schools Board of Education members Len Henderson and Ken Faulk were also in attendance.

Several students participated in the program as well.

Alisha Wilkerson read a poem called “Attitude”.

Chase Brown gave a reading entitled “Invictus”.

The BMS choir sang “Rise Up” and “Stand by Me.”

Kierrah Coleman danced to the song “Beautiful” where she received a standing ovation.

Dr. Smith said students are the most valuable people in our lives and we just want to provide them with every opportunity to be successful.

Brogden Middle School’s Motto is: “Everyone Matters and Every Moment Counts.”

Photos courtesy of Mark Colebrook and Brogden Middle School

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