ECSD eighth grade students who had PSAT/NMSQT scores of 550 or higher in Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing or 530 or higher in Mathematics or who were identified at the Duke University’s Talent Identification Program (TIP) during their seventh grade year were recognized at the March 13th ECSD School Board meeting. The board meeting was preceded by a reception honoring the students and their parents.

Back Row – Left to Right: Kennedy Sterling – J-E-T Middle School, Hollis Holmes – J-E-T Middle School,  Emanuel Allen – Merriwether Middle School, Lacy Latham – J-E-T Middle School, Darien Drumming – J-E-T Middle School, Danielle Herring – J-E-T Middle School, Nazeerah Rahman – Merriwether Middle School, Front Row – Left to Right: Anthelia Rowland – Merriwether Middle School, Brantson Kulp – Meriwether Middle School, Graycen Sanders – Merriwether Middle School

Not pictured: Jade Hawthorne, Andrea Howell, Gracie Wilmoth Merriwether Middle and Graycen (Jenna) English  – J-E-T Middle School

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