Students at Sturgis Middle University Monday gave a presentation Monday to Sturgis Community Educational institutions Board of Education at its assembly, held at the university.
Comprehensive with a master of ceremonies, the presentation touched on a range of routines going on at the middle college. Learners had a coffee cart offered to offer beverages to those people in attendance.
- Announcements team
- MITES competition
- Peer to Peer
- SMS Artwork & Artwork Club
- Yearbook class
- Lighthouse group (such as concessions, costume-up days, décor, Wall University Peer Undertaking and Harmony’s Puppy dog Task)
- Instructor-university student volleyball match
Directors and board customers have been impressed by the pupil-led presentation. Assistant superintendent Nicole Gittinger thanked middle school principal Jimmy Lamb for allowing the students to lead.
“Thanks for permitting kids have a voice,” she stated. “They showed us that they can do it. They were respectful and knew what was right for them. Thank you for trusting them.”
Lamb mentioned the showcase was just a sample of activities taking place at SMS.
“I really truly imagine we have some fantastic points heading on below at SMS,” he reported. “And we have some wonderful students.”
The board also permitted St. Joseph County Intermediate College District’s basic fund spending plan and a stock bus purchase for the 2022-23 academic year.
Also on Monday, “Trojan Heroes” for May were being honored: Brian Barry (SMS trainer), Ben Currier (Enviro-Thoroughly clean contract manager) and Darlene Netke (GSRP trainer).