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Chief Spotlight December 2012
Way To Go Chiefs!
· Student Spotlight:
Lorena Navarrete is a sophomore., recommended by her teachers for her outstanding scholarship and academic excellence. Lorena as described by Mr. Mosley, is a model student who creates phenomenal projects, She is very diverse & multicultural. Her versatility and dedication to learning , whether it is academics or extracurricular is commendable. Her plethora of activities include the French Club, Swim Team, Envoy and Technology Student Association, which she serve sas Vice President. Maintaining her status in the Optional program is priority for this talented tenth grader, which is evident by her sustained 4.4 G.P.A. Fellow Chiefs congratulate Lorena Navarrete our C.H.S December Student of the Month.
· Teacher Spotlight:
Ms. Judy Holmes is a veteran teacher with 15 years of experience. 11 of those years have been dedicated to Memphis City Schools as an Algebra 1 Instructor. She is very excited about teaching and enjoys her students. Algebra 1 is her niche. Teaching this complex course (to some) earned Holmes a5 rating, the ceiling score for the MCS observation/evaluation process, which deemed her recognitionas an irreplaceable teacher by MCS B.O.E. Recommended by peers and administrators, administrators speak highly of Ms. Holmes and recognizes her talent as a teacher.Principal Brown describes Holmes as a hard worker, a go getter that goes beyond the call of duty, loves her job and pushes her students. Principal Brown also says that say math is her passion and that Holmes is very familiar with her content area. According to Principal Brown, Holmes has set her own goal for E.O.C exams raising the bar to 70 percent of students making proficient /advanced in Algebra 1. She Knows her student data and makes sure S.P.I’s and TVAS Data are aligned with her teaching. C.H.S is happy to have her as a key player among faculty and staff. The Freshmen Academy team is also pleased to have her on their team.