EWMMS Third-Quarter High Honor Roll Students

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During a special ceremony held in the cafeteria at Edmund W. Miles Middle School, Principal Edward Plaia recognized 30 students in grades 7-9 who earned the top 10 spots on the school’s third-quarter high honor roll. Citing their incredible accomplishments and hard work, Plaia acknowledged each of the top 10 students as teacher Carlee Wallenstein presented him or her with a high honor roll certificate.

To achieve a spot on the honor roll, students must maintain a grade-point average between 85 and 92, while students with an average between 93 and 100 are designated to high honor roll.

The district extends its congratulates to the students for their hard work and academic accomplishments.