Subway awards students for ‘Standing out Among Peers’

Wednesday, June 6, 2018
CMS sixth-grade students recognized for achieving 98.5 percent attendance, in front row, from left, were: Shannon Aplin, Joseph Burton, Fernando Alsonso, Andrew Gray, Emma Berndt, Makenna Hagins, Angeles Ruiz, Josie Keeven, Natalia Luna and Summer Banks. Back row: Jonathan Dunbar, Justin Case, Josie Bivens, Pazlee Burbridge, Gracee Cornell, Zoie Coupland, Tristen Jack, Blake Stockton, Garrin Madison, Brooklyn Mitchell, Emilio Perez, Christian Renkoski, CJ Rose and Haley Higgins. Contributed photo

Cassville Middle School students were recognized for their outstanding attendance during the school's Spring Awards assembly.

Along with being recognized by the school, Subway restaurants of the Springfield area announced it would also be honoring the achievements of local students, and in a fresh, new way.

The 2018 Standout Student award was presented this month by 83 participating schools to 9,476 extraordinary students. Schools chose a specific metric by which to measure the students who would be honored, such as attendance, honor roll or grade improvement.

Cassville Middle School sixth-grade students recognized for achieving Perfect Attendance during the school year, shown in photo, were: Fernando Alonso with Jimmie Barton, CMS principal. Contributed photo

Standout Student honorees at each school received a certificate of achievement, along with a coupon good for either a six-inch sandwich or Fresh Fit for Kids meal. Private and public schools serving preschool through twelfth grade will be participating. Certificates were sent to each school participating last week.

For more information on the Standout Student program, or to interview participating schools to learn more about the impact of the program, contact Kirsta Albert, kalbert@summitslc.com.

The students recognized, by grade, are pictured in the above captions.

CMS seventh-grade students recognized for achieving 98.5 percent attendance, were in front row, from left: Kalia Miller, Maci Barton, Jake Anthonysz, Ashlynn Bryan, Marianne McCrackin, Pray Meh, Ella Reuter, Treva Samuel. Middle row: Wyatt Alexander, Charles Elliott, Faith Correia, Brayla Moller, Kristen Stough, Breanna Saige and Macie Walker. Back row: Hunter Annecharico, Hernan Hernandez, Christian Tidwell, Schylar Bilyeu, Alex Jackson, Mason Gautney, Travis Morris, Ivan Perez and Nick Sanders. Contributed photo
Cassville Middle School seventh-grade students recognized for achieving Perfect Attendance during the school year were, in photo, from left: Alex Jackson and Schylar Bilyeu. Contributed photo
CMS eighth-grade students recognized for achieving 98.5 percent attendance, were in front row, from left: Samantha Sparkman, Adryana Quinlan, Kaydence Saige, Lexi Yockey and Tanlie West. Middle row: Autumn Banks, Windy Dunfee, Maria Ruiz, Taylor Emery, Ali Marcucci, Isabelle Edwards, Kalsie Murphy, Lily Love and Mayra Ibarra. Back row: Jesse Taylor, Elijah Pickett, Garrett Kritz, Corey King, Rylan Wilson, Brody Barbee, Allison Boley, Josh Case, Anthony Clark, Wyatt Cochran, Cutter Hicks, Marcus Rivera, Dylan Renkoski, Darian Sandoval and Monse Moreno. Contributed photo
Cassville Middle School eighth-grade students recognized for achieving Perfect Attendance during the school year were, in photo, from left: Barton, Autumn Banks, Anthony Clark, Maria Ruiz, Kalsie Murphy, Josh Case and Monserrat Moreno. Contributed photo