Wilmington Kiwanis honors WMS BUGs


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WILMINGTON — Wilmington Middle School, working in Partnership with the Wilmington Kiwanis Club, recently recognized sixth grade students who proved successful in Bringing Up Grades.

Sponsored by the Kiwanis organization, Bringing Up Grades, better known as BUGs among middle schools students, is a program designed to provide recognition to students who raise their grades into an acceptable range and maintain or continue to raise them from one grading period to the next.

Sixth grade students earning BUG recognition following third quarter studies include,

Colin Ames, Collin Barker, Abbigayle Battrell, Justice Belle, Cole Bernhardt, Coen Besser, Kyle Bryant, Clair Burns, Kelly Carpenter, Drake Cole, Carsyn Custis, Nick Cunningham, Jordan Davis, Baylee Deer, Bailey Eakins, Maggie Edenfield, Sinjin Estell,Tyler Ford, Tony Hatten, Ethan Hendee, Kaitlyn Hickey, Madison Hisco, Jada Holley, Joshua Holmes, Rae Hoskins, Rory House, Kyle Juilfs, Maegan Knauff, Joseph Lynch, Alexis Maine, Alana Mayer, Jon McKinney, Lilly Middleton, Zoe Miller, Devyn Mitchell, Jaden Mangold, Zoey Moore, Lucas Neff, Daisy Nevarez, Brenten Nielsen, Courtney Parker, Avni Patel, Jena Rhoads, Jason Rittenhouse, Candace Rappach, Makiya Sherman, Jaya Siders, Kara Sizemore, Brayden Smith, Andrew Stewart, Jenna Taylor, Sydney Totten, Kaitlynn Turner, Joseph Varner, Jeffrey Valentine, Heavenly Waln, Avery Warix, Michael Welson, Nathan Wood, and Wyatt Wright

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