WCMS Students Speak at Kiwanis


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On November 1, 2017, three of Worth County Middle School (WCMS) students were given the opportunity of observing a Kiwanis Club meeting, enjoying lunch with them and speaking to them on a selected subject matter.

Marlee Gray, a 6th grader at WCMS, opened up with speech on "Why I Decided to Join the G.E.M.S. - Growing and Empowering Myself Successfully." Afterwards, Kiondria Haggins and Ke'unta Jackson respectively, both 7th Graders, spoke on the topic: "Success is 90% Perspiration and 10% Inspiration".

I am very proud to say that all three of the students represented WCMS, the school district, their families and themselves in an awesome and outstanding manner. Several Kiwanis' members commented on how professional and confident the students did in presenting their speeches. And our Superintendent, Mr. Bill Settles was in attendance and very excited about the future of this district and the students who attend.

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