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Honor students get a morning of fame
Margie Jarrett and her seventh grade son, Trevor, look for his name printed on A-B honor roll list on the back of the program. More than 200 students made the honor roll at LFMS for the second nine weeks.
Lewis Frasier Middle School students received more than a bumper sticker to give to their parents for making the honor roll in the last nine weeks.
Honor students and their families were invited to a complimentary breakfast Thursday. They also received goody bags.
Several schools around the county host events that honor their honor roll students.
LFMS Principal Tom Alexander said the honor roll breakfast, which is given after every grading period, was "always my favorite thing to do."
He explained to the packed cafeteria that over one-fourth of the student population was represented on the honor roll.
"So that's a big achievement for you guys," Alexander said. "We are very proud of you."
Margie Jarrett, mother of 7th grader Trevor Jarrett, who made the A-B honor roll, felt "honored" to be a part of his achievement.
She said she "always felt fond of the schools," after being a school bus driver.
After a presentation from guest speaker, Neffa Franklin-Witt, students were individually named and called to the front of the cafeteria to receive a brown bag of sweet treats, a certificate and handshake from the principal and Assistant Principal Jermaine Williams.
More than 40 students made the principal's honor roll list, averaging 90 or higher for the second nine weeks grading period.

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