The Stimson PRIDE award is a monthly celebration where we honor students who best represent the pillars of Stimson Middle School through their character and behavior. PRIDE stands for Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Dedication and Excellence.
Each month, teachers nominate students who best exemplify these characteristics. From those nominations, three 7th graders and three 8th graders are chosen to be honored.
Stimson Principal Michael Duggan said the 12 winners so far this school year exemplify the very best of Stimson! “They have grit, determination, give back to the community, are kind, and, overall, are excellent examples of leadership,” said Duggan.
Congratulations to October’s PRIDE Award winners: 7th Graders Franklin Ramos Rodriguez, Jonah Pino, and Jack Whelan, and 8th graders Amanda Moffett, Gabby Anderson, and Michael McGuinness!
Congratulations to November’s PRIDE Award winners: 7th Graders Christ Exantus, Grace Rotella, and Brayan Velasquez Losa, and 8th Graders Sarai Estrada Torres, Chase Loomis, and Hayli Wuss!
Congratulations to Stimson's November PRIDE Award winners!
Congratulations to October’s PRIDE Award winners: 7th Graders Franklin Ramos Rodriguez, Jonah Pino, and Jack Whelan!
Stimson Principal, Mr. Duggan, presented his 8th grade PRIDE Award winners for October, Amanda Moffett, Gabby Anderson, and Michael McGuinness.