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JMG Students will be holding our 2nd Annual Beard Battle Competition to benefit the Cancer Community Center in South Portland! All SPHS staff, students and parents of SPHS students are encouraged to participate and help support the cause. If you would like to participate or have questions please contact Mr. Soule – email@example.com
This year at PATHS we are recognizing one student from each program (both sessions combined) every quarter. This student will receive a certificate and gift card to the food service cafe and some PATHS swag. They will be put into our new quarterly newsletter and on our website. We wanted to send you guys an email with any students who were selected from your school along with their photo and description of why they were chosen!
Early Childhood: Mikayla Martin
Mikayla currently holds the highest grade in the class (97). She shows a high level of initiative and professionalism. She has great attendance, and works well with all of her classmates. Most of all, she is a calm, focused presence for children. She listens to them and treats them with respect and kindness.
Landscapes: Megan Arey
Megan is a very improved student from last year. She has developed confidence in herself and stepped up into a leadership role this year. She has a talent for seeing what other students need and offers them help. She also has the confidence to trust her judgment, which is excellent, and now she initiate tasks independently. She is a very valuable student in this class.
Plumbing: Grady Betters
Grady and his helper Josh removed and replaced the 40 year old, non-functioning valve and hose connections in the masonry class. This was done professionally, neatly and in the time of 1 class period.
The students of the JMG classes are hosting a fundraiser/competition to collect can tabs to donate to the Ronald McDonald House. RMH uses the money they receive from recycling the can tabs to offset the costs for families staying overnight. Labeled containers will be throughout the school as well as in the main office.
The students are very excited about this contest and helping all the families in need. The contest/fundraiser will be running until December 9th.