Charles Feagin: Charles is a member of the Katahdin Team. Mrs. Barley, his advisor, states, “Charles is an excellent language learner and a hardworking student. He has a strong knowledge of geography and history around the world. He is our current GeoBee champion at MCMS and he enriched the learning environment by adding important facts related to a country or culture we were studying at the time. He worked diligently on extra assignments in Spanish every Friday during tutorial, to improve his language skills to take the Assessment of Performance toward Proficiency in Languages (AAPPL) in the spring. He was an active participant in class and I will miss his comments and high-level pronunciation in class. I wish Charles all the best at the high school. Good luck Charles!” Charles, you will do great in high school! Good luck!
Jasmine Lovering: Jasmine is on the Royal team. Mrs. Gyorgy says, “Jasmine is an artist and enjoys sharing her creativity and love of music with her friends. She is able to think outside the box. I hope you take advantage of the many opportunities to take classes that allow you to work with your hands at the high school, Jasmine!” Mrs. Roesner says, “Jasmine is a dancer. She finds herself moved by music. She's a 21 Pilots fan who is addicted to having fun and enjoying her friends. I'm not going to lie, it's been a challenge keeping you away from Kelsey during advisee! I'll never forget you and Zach trying to connect with one another every day. Your adventurous spirit and zest for life fill the room with palpable energy. Keep in touch, Jaz!” Have fun in high school, Jasmine!
Owen Lyons: Owen is on the Moose Team. Mrs. Satterfield says, “Owen, we can't believe your three years at MCMS are coming to an end and we wish you all the best in high school. We will miss your sense of humor and the moments of serious learning mixed with not serious fun. We really appreciate how kind you. have always been to everyone on our team and we will miss your leadership! Mr. Sirois writes, “Owen is a smart, funny, polite and athletic young man. He is always wearing a smile on his face and taking the day as it comes. He always will take a moment to stop and talk hockey with me in the halls. I will miss seeing Owen around here next year.” Good luck in high school- we will miss you!
Hannah McAdam. Hannah is a part of the Acadia Team. Mrs. Satterfield remembered Hannah in one of our Ugly Sweater contest days, commenting, “Best. Christmas. Sweater. Ever.” Mrs. Magnusson says, “Hannah is extremely talented. I was able to have her in P.E. where she was a hard worker and gave her best effort. She was always able and willing to transition into class activities quickly and was a great listener. She always attempted everything that was asked of her and pushed herself to her full potential. I was absolutely amazed when I saw her perform on Arts Night and her musical talents took my breath away. I was in awe watching her perform and I loved her voice. Hannah is going to be successful at whatever she decides to do going forward.” Mrs. Roesner says, “Hannah has the most exuberant laugh. It fills a room with joy.” Good luck next year!