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State Representative Randy Garber Recognizes NCMS

By: Elena Gonzalez

April 15, 2019

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    Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School was awarded the 2018 National School of Character Award. The 2018 National School of Character Award was awarded to 73 schools nationwide who showed good character and met the criteria to become a National School of Character.

    On Tuesday, April 9, State Representative Randy Garber attended an assembly at the school to recognize NCEMS. Mr. Garber had the students say the school pledge and talked a little bit about the prestigious award. Next, Mr. Garber presented the students and staff at NCEMS with a plaque from the Kansas House of Representatives that states, "Be it here known to all that sincere congratulations are offered to NCEMS in recognition for being a 2018-2023 National School of Character."

    After the assembly, a group of students took a picture with Mr.Garber presenting the plaque to the school. NCEMS students and staff should all feel very accomplished and grateful for the award.

    Abe Hilbert said, “I think it is a great honor for our school to get this award and I believe that we deserve it.”

    Dr. Beck said, “I am proud of the students and the staff for exemplifying positive character traits each and every day”

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