Breakfast with Champions
This inaugural event took place the week of May 9-13, 2022 over four days at each comprehensive high school (Memorial, West, East, La Follette).
Students in attendance were from all co-curricular that have been recognized for excellence by state-sponsored organizations
All students in attendance were awarded the Superintendent Award of Excellence: The award recognizes students for their commitment, involvement, and excellence in the school’s co-curricular programs. These students embody the characteristics of leadership: initiative, motivation, character, integrity, and scholarship. In MMSD, participation in many areas of school life is encouraged and valued. Participation in school life contributes to individual growth and development and builds the school community. Learning outside the traditional curriculum helps students achieve its strategic goal of graduating global citizens who can contribute to all sectors of society.
“What you’re doing is the basic fabric of making schools, schools,” Superintendent Carlton D. Jenkins told students. “We do our academics, but the co-curriculars are equally important.”