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CMS Spartans of the week

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Nathan Hudson is Connersville Middle School’s seventh grade Spartan of the Week for the week of April 16. Nathan is the son of Eugene and Selena Hudson.

Mrs. Greeson, art teacher, nominated him for his hard work. She said, “Nathan has the rare quality of being one who takes initiative. He sees what needs to be done and finds a way to do it. I have seen this in his consistent practice during Speech Team season, during art class, and on numerous times after school that he stayed to work in the studio. I appreciate his helpful attitude and respectful treatment of others. I can trust him to be on task and responsible. He has strong problem solving skills and a drive to excel.”

In addition to being a member of the Speech Team and the Art Club, outside of school Nathan is a member of the Higher Praise Church youth group. He is an honor roll student at CMS and he was on the honor roll at Maplewood in sixth grade.

In his free time, he likes to spend time watching TV or hanging out with his friends from youth group.

His favorite classes are math and social studies.

After high school, he is interested in training to be a police officer.

When asked what he liked best about being a student at Connersville Middle School, Nathan said, “I like that the teachers are nice and help you if you need help with anything.”

Georgia Thompson is CMS’s eighth grade Spartan of the Week for the week of April 16. Georgia is the daughter of Ian and Leia Thompson.

Maranda Ladd, Windjammer English teacher, nominated her for being a model student. She said, “Georgia always comes to class prepared to learn and always puts a lot of effort into her work. Not only is she a hard worker, she also has a great attitude and always has a pleasant smile on her face. It has been a joy to have her in class this year!”

Georgia is a member of the Junior Optimist club, an honor roll student at CMS, and competed on the swim team this past fall.

In her free time, she likes to paint and spend time with friends and family.

Her favorite class is Industrial Technology. After high school, she would like to attend college to become a marine biologist.

Georgia’s advice to seventh grade students is to “turn in your homework because it is worth more than you think.” When asked what she liked about CMS, Georgia stated, “I like that the teachers are always willing to help you reach your goal whether it be big or small.”