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OMS honors students for Perseverance

At Oswego Middle School, the spotlight characteristic for March was perseverance and the school honored a dozen students who exude and display this character trait.


“During these challenging times, your good character is an inspiration to everyone,” OMS Principal Mary Beth Fierro said of the recipients of last month’s Character Education Award. “Congratulations and keep up the great work!”


The following seventh- and eighth-grade students showed perseverance in March and throughout the year: Lily Jean Smith, Dustin Gabbard, Jacob Sherrell, Peyton Howell, Hannah Barbera, Devin Allen, Alexis Murphy, Ryan Dawson, Aiden Jones, Alyssa Spicer, Lilly Salisbury and Kashius Roy.
 
The middle school honors students who exemplify and make strides in the month’s spotlighted character trait.


OMS March Character Education Award: Perseverance and the Students Listed for the Award
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