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OMS honors students for Generosity

At Oswego Middle School, the spotlight character trait for the month of December was generosity and the school honored a dozen students who showcased that trait and kindness toward others while making the OMS community a better place, even virtually.

“During these challenging times, your generosity is an inspiration to everyone,” said OMS Principal Mary Beth Fierro of the recipients. “Congratulations and keep up the great work!”

OMS is proud of the following seventh- and eighth-grade students for showing gratitude in December and throughout the year: Brandon Waloven, Brooke Trevett, Cora Shiel, Elvis Henderson, Ethaniel Cliff, Garret Pickens, Grace Taylor, Hailey Barbera, Jadin McClendon, Joscelyn Coniski, Leah Norton and Noah Wilder.
OMS December character education award graphic featuring student photos
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