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Adair County Middle School Student of the Month: Noah Newell

'We are so proud of Noah at ACMS and can't wait to see what great things he accomplishes in his future!' - ALMA RICH
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By Alma Rich, Principal, Adair County Middle School

Adair County Middle School Student of the month is Noah Newell. Noah is the 14 year old son of Lisa Newell-Hare and Jimmy Hare. He is in 8th grade and a member of the Cadet Corps. Noah is a hard worker at school. He is always kind and ready with a smile or a helpful hand to both his peers and his teachers. Noah loves hunting and fishing and will gladly share stories with anyone who asks! We are so proud of Noah at ACMS and can't wait to see what great things he accomplishes in his future! - Mrs. Alma Rich, Principal, Adair County Middle School




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Adair County Middle School Student of the Month: Noah Newell



2018-02-05 - ACMS - Adair County Middle School - 322 Gen John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Debra Waddell, 6th Grade Science Yearbook and Newspaper Advisor, ACEA Vice President.
Adair County Middle School Student of the month is Noah Newell. Noah is the 14 year old son of Lisa Newell-Hare and Jimmy Hare. He is in 8th grade and a member of the Cadet Corps. Noah is a hard worker at school. He is always kind and ready with a smile or a helpful hand to both his peers and his teachers. Noah loves hunting and fishing and will gladly share stories with anyone who asks! We are so proud of Noah at ACMS and can't wait to see what great things he accomplishes in his future! - Mrs. Alma Rich, Principal, Adair County Middle School


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