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Champions of Character Winners: November
The Mooresville High School Athletic Department announced their November Champions of Character award winners. The Champions of Character program inspires character qualities being implemented through life experiences gained from the educational and/or athletic experiences at Mooresville.
The program recognizes one male and female student from each the elementary school, the middle school and high school for the month of November. Each month the students are nominated by their teachers and chosen by their principal for demonstrating three main core values through the Mooresville Champions of Character program: character, unity and servant leadership. The program recognizes students who are making a positive difference in Mooresville schools as they demonstrate these core values throughout the year.
The winners of the program are listed as followed:
November Award Winners:
Mooresville High School – sophomore Alley Guffey and freshman Matt Tomlin
Paul Hadley Middle School – seventh grader Jamie Stumpf and eighth grader Christian Warren
Neil Armstrong Elementary – second grader Keaton Buressandsixth grader Nick Allison
Newby Elementary – second grader Maleah Soladine and sixth grader Steven Miles
Northwood Elementary – sixth grader Abby Harris and sixth grader Sam Theiser
North Madison Elementary – fourth grader Ashtyn Witte and fourth grader Dane Stevenson
Waverly Elementary – sixth grader Danielle Karr and third grader Logan Jackson
The students selected for the month of November will be recognized in a pre-game ceremony before the boys’ Varsity basketball home opener Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012. All award winners and their parents will receive free admission to the boys’ basketball game, which starts at 7:30 p.m. All award winners need to arrive at Door 8 of the high school by 7 p.m.
Walking in is a bright colored, loud room. People are walking in with either smiles on their face, or tears running down them. The Morgan County Humane Society is located in Martinsville, Indiana and has been around since the 1970s. It was founded and started by two women and a van. But I guess everyone has to start somewhere, right?