Central Square Middle School Hosts First-Ever Awards Ceremony

Central Square students were recognized for academic achievement during the very first annual Central Square Middle School Awards Night.

Eighth grader Brian Butler receives the Attorney General’s Triple “C” Award from Principal Mathew Penrod.
Eighth grader Brian Butler receives the Attorney General’s Triple “C” Award from House Principal Mathew Penrod.

The events of the evening served to celebrate the hard work and dedication of the Central Square learners.

“Many of these students have demonstrated academic accomplishments as well as other success in the areas of attendance, character and leadership,” said Principal Concetta Galvan.

Students received awards for perfect attendance during the school year as well as for perfect attendance all three years of middle school.

Other students received certificates for displaying exemplary character traits and leadership qualities in the classroom.

All eighth graders who maintained a 90 average or above in every marking period for sixth grade, seventh grade and the first three marking periods of eighth grade received a Presidential Award.

The Top 99 Certificate was presented to students whose final cumulative average over the first three marking periods put them in the top 33 for each grade level.

Eighth grader Brian Butler received the Triple C Award, which is presented by the Attorney General’s Awards program that recognizing courage, character and commitment.

Principal Galvan reminded the students that life is full of choices and that each choice leads to a consequence. She commended the students for the choices that led to them being on the stage that evening.