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Trimble County Middle School Principal Mike Genton has announced recognition of the seventh grade Students of the Month and Teacher and Staff Member Spotlights for January.
Tessa Chilton is our female seventh grade Student of the Month for January. Tessa’s favorite class at TCMS is reading, and her favorite extracurricular activities are track and the academic team. Her favorite book is the Harry Potter series (all of them), and her favorite TV show is “40 Funniest Fails.” Outside of school Tessa enjoys drawing, and after graduating from TCHS she plans on attending the University of Louisville and pursuing a degree in art.
Joey Newton is our male seventh grade Student of the Month for January. Joey’s favorite class at TCMS is history. Joey’s favorite book is Rot and Ruin, and his favorite TV show is “The Walking Dead.” Outside of school Joey enjoys hunting. His favorite memory at TCMS was our latest Team Trimble Day. After graduating from TCHS Joey plans to attend Kentucky State University and pursue a degree in Video Game Design.
Crystal Harris is our seventh grade Teacher Spotlight for the Month of January. Harris has been in education for 15 years the past 13 here at TCMS. She is a graduate of Francis Marion University. Outside of school Harris enjoys being with her family, shopping and traveling. Here at TCMS Harris helps sponsor Peer Helpers and BETA Club. Her favorite food is Mexican and her favorite TV shows are “NCIS” and “Criminal Minds.” Her favorite memory at TCMS is getting to enjoy the companionship of her co-workers.
Raymond Abbott is our Staff Spotlight for the Month of January. Abbott has been at TCMS for several years. He attended University of Louisville and Eastern Kentucky University. Outside of school Abbott enjoys construction, hunting, photography, gardening and fishing. He has helped with Boy Scouts and coached T-Ball and girls’ softball teams at the county park. His favorite food is fried chicken, white fish and pizza, and his favorite TV shows are “NCIS,” “CSI” and University of Kentucky basketball. His favorite memory at TCMS is helping young people with their struggles and helping them to understand they have to be responsible for their actions because they are getting older.