Jackson High School has named their In-Person and Virtual Students of the Week and their Male and Female Athletes of the Week for Oct. 19-23, 2020.

Students of the Week

In-Person:

♦ 9th Grade — McKenzie Mullis: McKenzie really has stepped up and taken on leadership within her voice part section in chorus. Other students seem to look to her for help and guidance when rehearsing music.

♦ 10th Grade — Marley Maddox: Marley is enthusiastic and excited to learn everyday in class. She is always optimistic and encouraging.

♦ 11th Grade — Nathanael Johnson: Nathanael is not shy at all about sharing his talent and being a leader in chorus. His personality is contagious and all of his peers enjoy having him in class.

♦ 12th Grade — Jared Josey: Jared is in his 5th consecutive year of chorus, since 8th grade, and has grown so much as a musician during this time. He has become a strong leader in the chorus and is such a positive light for his peers.

Virtual:

♦ 9th Grade: Damon Cooper: Damon does not miss a Google Meeting. He is always the first to join the meeting and the last to leave. He also seems to really care about meeting my expectations.

♦ 10th Grade: Dea Jay Halsell: Dea Jay’s excitement and enthusiasm towards chorus has grown so much since last year. He is such a joy to teach and has such a great voice.

♦ 11th Grade: Alana Grant: Alana is always in my Google Meetings and asks questions that are very important for learning the music. I am grateful for Alana’s commitment to always doing her best.

♦ 12th Grade: Destiny Spruill: Destiny has turned in every single assignment since the beginning of the school year and does so in such a timely manner. Many times, her assignments are turned in days and days ear♦ ly.

♦ Male Athlete of the Week: Corbin Presley, Cross Country

♦ Female Athlete of the Week: Emilie Trimble, Volleyball

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