School board recognizes KMS honorees

School board recognizes KMS honorees
Posted on 03/19/2018
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The Kannapolis Board of Education was proud to recognize outstanding representatives from Kannapolis Middle School during its March board meeting. We are very grateful to the Mary Beth Burgess State Farm Insurance Agency for donating $100 to the KMS library in appreciation of the honorees.


  • Tyler Gray:  Tyler is an outstanding 8th grader at Kannapolis Middle School. He always tries his best in class and is a leader among his peers. His teachers love him because he always keeps up with his work and is extremely respectful towards his teachers. If he does not make a good grade on an assignment, he redoes the assignment even without being told to do so. He is a bright young man who is always asking how he can improve. He is part of the KMS football and basketball teams and is an excellent all-around role model for his peers.                              


  • Janille Joseph:  Janille is a very positive and kind student. She’s an 8th grader that makes a wonderful impact at KMS. Janille makes friends with so many students and makes everyone at KMS feel appreciated and cared for. She is also outstanding in academics. She works hard in her classes and is a huge help to her peers. Her teachers love her, and she is respected by everyone in the school. Janille is an amazing student, and everyone at KMS feels lucky to have her.                    


  • Stephany Plummer:  Stephany Plummer is an amazing and dedicated volunteer at Kannapolis Middle School. For the past 5 months, she has picked up, filled, and delivered food bags for more than 30 KMS students every week! She is remarkable and a truly selfless person. Because of her support and dedication, dozens of KMS families have food to eat over the weekends. Everyone at KMS appreciates her wonderful service, which makes a tremendous difference for so many families.

  • Mike Grier:  Mike Grier is a retired Kannapolis Police Sergeant who spent many years working as a School Resource Officer in KCS. He is truly dedicated to our students and now works as a substitute. In that role, he works tirelessly to help students. He is always willing to step in and do whatever is needed. He even comes in on days that he is not listed to substitute so he can serve as a mentor to KMS students. He is a tremendous asset to KMS and makes a wonderful difference for so many students as well as the community.              


  • Delores Lambert:  Delores Lambert is the backbone of Kannapolis Middle School. She is always helpful, and she steps in to handle whatever needs to be done. She finds subs at the last minute, answers all questions (or finds someone who knows the answer), and does more than her job requires on a daily basis. She works tirelessly to make sure that classes are covered and therefore plays a pivotal role in student achievement. She is truly an unsung hero who deserves special recognition.                


  • Breena Brown:  Breena Brown is the type of teacher that makes a difference not only for her students but also for the entire school. She volunteers to help however and wherever she is needed. She serves on multiple committees and is the sponsor for the Junior National Honor Society. She also is a phenomenal teacher. Breena teaches two different core classes, which include students who span the spectrum from Academically and Intellectually Gifted to Exceptional Children inclusion. She is a leader among her peers and within her department and is a marvelous asset to everyone at KMS.                            


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