CMS STUDENT AMBASSADORS: Those students chosen as student ambassadors for the 2013-2014 school year (row one) Fifth Grade - Kaleb Wright, Jordan Dixon, Kaleb Jones Taylor, Reagan Bunting, Ryan Libengood, Jaqwan Cobb, Genesis Latham and Courtney Boyd; (row two) Sixth Grade - Shantel Cannon, Destiny Whitehead, Myia Guion, Andriana DeMercurio, Zack Green, Jamie Guzman, Marcus Budbill, Katie Harris and Dedan Wilkins; (row three) Seventh Grade - Vanessa Foreman, Jaquon Armstrong, Zack Akey, Yahkeil White, Oswaldo Rangel, Simone Henry, Gloria, Valdez, Kristina Spruill, Shelia Casiano and Liam Toler; (row four) Eighth Grade - Carter Barnes, Sierra Dempsey, Bruce Libengood, Ahsha Keyes, Guadalupe Gobellan, Taylor Curlings, Carlos Casiano, Infinity Ruffin, Logan Hash, Josh Toler and Juan Cruz.. BEAUFORT COUNTY SCHOOLS | CONTRIBUTED
CMS STUDENT AMBASSADORS: Those students chosen as student ambassadors for the 2013-2014 school year (row one) Fifth Grade - Kaleb Wright, Jordan Dixon, Kaleb Jones Taylor, Reagan Bunting, Ryan Libengood, Jaqwan Cobb, Genesis Latham and Courtney Boyd; (row two) Sixth Grade - Shantel Cannon, Destiny Whitehead, Myia Guion, Andriana DeMercurio, Zack Green, Jamie Guzman, Marcus Budbill, Katie Harris and Dedan Wilkins; (row three) Seventh Grade - Vanessa Foreman, Jaquon Armstrong, Zack Akey, Yahkeil White, Oswaldo Rangel, Simone Henry, Gloria, Valdez, Kristina Spruill, Shelia Casiano and Liam Toler; (row four) Eighth Grade - Carter Barnes, Sierra Dempsey, Bruce Libengood, Ahsha Keyes, Guadalupe Gobellan, Taylor Curlings, Carlos Casiano, Infinity Ruffin, Logan Hash, Josh Toler and Juan Cruz..
BEAUFORT COUNTY SCHOOLS | CONTRIBUTED

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CMS chooses Student Ambassadors

Published 3:57am Thursday, November 14, 2013

Chocowinity Middle School homeroom teachers chose two students from their homerooms to be Student Ambassadors.
These students were chosen based on their potential leadership abilities.
The students will spend the rest of the school year studying and developing the “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens” based on the book by Sean Covey. They will also be put into leadership positions throughout the rest of the year as the “Faces of CMS.” These students will greet special visitors, work specific events that the school holds, give new students an introduction to our school and be available to help defuse any student-centered situations that may arise.

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