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Mt. Washington Middle School's Third School to Watch Ceremony
State Rep. James Tipton praised staff and students. State officials were onhand to offer congratulations Grace Vanderpool wowed everyone with her incredble singing voice as she performed 'Memories' from the Broadway musical Cats. The School to Watch ceremony was led by students. Karissa Fried's topic was 'I Leave Confident'. The School to Watch ceremony was led by students. Keyaidra Cannon, Lillie Feldhaus talked on 'Focus'. Katelyn West, Lexi Starr, Lena Pierce, Lauren Reynolds and  Tyler Stevenson of the Mt. Washington Middle School Band percussion section. The School to Watch ceremony was student led. This is Autumn Lee Students at the School to Watch Ceremony all wore matching shirts. Dane Bunnel spoke about the quality education he received. Eighth grader Justin Nation spoke at the School to Watch celebration. Conductor David Bretz led the Mt. Washington Middle School band in Mt. Washington Middle School students such as Abigail Morris led the ceremony by focusing on Rudyard Kipling's Mt. Washington Middle School students such as Billy Goodman led the ceremony by focusing on Rudyard Kipling's Principal Dr. Denise Allen speaks with Fran Sayler of the National School to Watch Kentucky Council. Mt. Washington Middle School has been designated a National School to Watch in 2010, 2014 and 2017. Mt. Washington Middle School students proudly display the 2017 National School to Watch Banner which joins the 2014 and 2010 banners. Students, staff and government leaders celebrate Mt. Washington Middle School's Third National School to Watch Recognition May 23.