Published On: Fri, Apr 19th, 2013

Cherokee Middle goes blue

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CMS students decorate hallways in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month

PHOTOS By SCOTT MCKIE B.P./One Feather

Principal Chief Michell Hicks proclaimed April as Child Abuse Prevention Month for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.  Students at Cherokee Middle School decorated their hallways with blue ribbons and anti-child abuse posters to commemorate the month and its message.

Cherokee Middle School 8th graders went all out on their hallway.  Some of the students who participated are shown (left-right) front row – Noah Pete, Jace Watty, Dawson Wilnoty, K-Lynn Jackson, Kendra Panther, Juliann Welch and Kara Welch; back row – Andrew Griffin, Jeff Girty, Cade Carroll, Avery Guy, Lou Montelongo and Oksana Rivera.

Cherokee Middle School 8th graders went all out on their hallway. Some of the students who participated are shown (left-right) front row – Noah Pete, Jace Watty, Dawson Wilnoty, K-Lynn Jackson, Kendra Panther, Juliann Welch and Kara Welch; back row – Andrew Griffin, Jeff Girty, Cade Carroll, Avery Guy, Lou Montelongo and Oksana Rivera.

 

 

Chaydon Hernandez,a 6th grade student at Cherokee Middle School, stands under the poster he made for the 6th grade hallway.

Chaydon Hernandez,a 6th grade student at Cherokee Middle School, stands under the poster he made for the 6th grade hallway.

 

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