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MPS Most Respectful

MPS MOST RESPECTFUL SECOND GRADERS – During the third six weeks, the teachers and students at Martin Primary School have been working on the character pillar of being respectful. The students pictured above were selected as the most respectful students in their class. MPS Most Respectful second graders were (L to R) Avarie Phillips from Kim Castleman’s room, Wade Capps from Rachel Cooper’s room, Anthony Kuhn from Alison Whaley-Crotts’ room, Ezra Hernandez from Nicki Moore’s room, Isaac Poyner from Riley Parker’s room, and Abigail Monroe from Angela Sams’ room.

MPS MOST RESPECTFUL FIRST GRADERS – During the third six weeks, the teachers and students at Martin Primary School have been working on the character pillar of being respectful. The students pictured above were selected as the most respectful students in their class. MPS Most Respectful first graders were (L to R) Gracilyn Parrish from Darian Black’s room, Emily Morgan from Rachel Fowler’s room, TyTus Thompson from Lori Grissom’s room, Joseph Marlar from Miranda Jones’ room, Zoey Zwierz from Ginger Liles’ room, and Kash Baker from Elizabeth Kesterson’s room.

MPS MOST RESPECTFUL KINDERGARTNERS – During the third six weeks, the teachers and students at Martin Primary School have been working on the character pillar of being respectful. The students pictured above were selected as the most respectful students in their class. MPS Most Respectful kindergartners were (L to R) Oaklee Whitesel from Brook Allen’s room, Avery Ferrell from Lauren Campbell’s room, Amari Wilson from Emily Fowler’s room, Adrian Westbrook from Becky Jackson’s room, Tobias Bell from Aubrey Rickett’s room, Ezekiel Turner from LaTessia Shane’s room, Ahyvianna Moses from Alex Smith’s room, and Coralie Dudley from Michelle Vincent’s room.

MPS MOST RESPECTFUL PRE-K STUDENTS – During the third six weeks, the teachers and students at Martin Primary School have been working on the character pillar of being respectful. The students pictured above were selected as the most respectful students in their class. MPS Most Respectful pre-schoolers were (L to R) McClain from Kendall Wylie’s room and Ch’Myra Savage from Taylor Zantop’s room.

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