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Clay-Chalkville Middle holds ceremony for Pace Award winners

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports

CLAY — Clay-Chalkville Middle School held a ceremony on Jan. 30 and Jan. 31 to honor a number of students with a Pace Award.

Students that win the Pace Award are all special individuals who are setting the pace for their peers and making the right decisions day by day.

“This recognition is so important for our middle school students, because so many times the students doing the right things are overlooked,” said Clay-Chalkville educator Andrea Wood. “We take for granted how wonderful it is to be around such great young people, and this award shows those students that we see the good they do in our school.  We see them when they succeed and we see them when they are doing their best.  Their efforts and determination are appreciated and these are the students making a difference in our school.”

The following students were nominated by their teachers for the Pace Award:

6th grade:

Joshua Cox

Kobe Hearon

Jakai Dorsey

Desi’ray King

Jashun Johnson

Kendall Minnifield

Carmyn Thomas

Demetrius Holland

Dekhari Williams

Ava Mizell

Jacob Calvin

Christopher Gore

Makaila Miller

7th grade:

Cadelle Averette

Gregory Burrow

Lujue’la McEntyre

Christina Paublo

Aniyah Griffin

Makyla Key

Tyler Jordan

Isaac Deason

Mia Clements

Kevin Minnifield

Dearron Jackson

8th grade:

Autumn Logan

Cassidy Thomas

Justus Merkerson

Laniyah Lumpkin

Ormond Wallace

Tia Adams

Brentley Deason

Cedeno Hall

Gabrielle Hurst

Janet Aviles-Mendoza

Heidy Perez-Romo

Christian Kelly

Demetria Brewster

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