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Announcements: Superintendent's Student of the Month - August 2017

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Superintendent's Student of the Month - August 2017 

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Our featured student of the month representing the month of August is an 8th grader from the Esther F. Garrison School for the Arts.  Her teachers describe her as being motivated and an outstanding scholar who gets straight A’s in her academic classes.

In addition, she participates in a number of co-curricular activities throughout the school and community and is described as an amazing singer and pianist who performs regularly in and out of school, has been a long time member of both Garrison Voices and the Savannah Children’s Choir and made it into All-State Chorus as a seventh grader!

This students accompanies Garrison Voices on the piano, was a finalist in the Franklin Pond Chamber Music Competition where she performed with a small chamber group from Garrison and has even performed on the International stage when she sang the solo on “An Christ An Sioul” in Limerick, Ireland with the Savannah Children’s Choir!

When asked what motivates her, this student said, “I enjoy challenging myself and like the feel of accomplishing a goal.  I try to push myself to a high standard.  When I most like a piece of music, that’s when I am the most motivated to learn it.”

We are proud to announce the Superintendent’s Student of the Month for August 2017 is Madeleine Pelli!

Congratulations to our student and her family as well as the faculty and staff of Garrison School for the Arts!

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Created at 9/7/2017 1:19 PM  by Brittanie Odum 
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