R. K. Smith Middle School honored their January Top Tigers. Each advisory teacher chooses a student who demonstrates C.A.R.E.S. (Cooperation, Communication, Assertion, Responsibility, Engagement, Empathy, and Self Control).Sixth graders (bottom row from left are: Zariyah Knight, Damion Hammond, Nasir Gardner, Jules Edler, Niara Simmons, Mehki Mitchell, K’Jon Smith, Donald Turner, Gabrielle Bush and Kivon Wright; seventh-graders in the middle row from left are: Quinn Champagne, Gage Vinet, Shanice Junior, Blair Tonglet, Christina Steib, Jade Thomas, and Jaselyn Robertson; and eighth-graders (top row from left are: Bailey Henriques, Danae Lorio, Victoria Clark, Mr. Harold Blood, Principal, Dejaijah Strickland, Herman Triggs, and Charish Borne.
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