BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Congratulations to Boca Middle School’s Student Government members who placed first in three — count’ em, three — categories during the annual Florida Association of Student Councils held this month..
From Palm Beach County Schools:
Boca Middle Student Government attended the Florida Association of Student Councils State Convention on Saturday, February 15th in Lake City and placed in every event they entered in receiving three FIRST PLACE certificates in Faculty Staff Relations, School Spirit, and the State Homelessness Project. The students also received Two Second Place Certificates in School Service and Citizenship Development and a Third Place Certificate in Community Service. Boca Middle also won a gold ribbon as a Council Of Distinction. Also, Brian Ramsey, was awarded Middle School Student of the Year!
“Congratulations BRCMS SGA Students! Your Boca Middle Family is proud of you. I am very proud of you as well. Most importantly, I am honored to be your Principal. Thank you for being true leaders amongst your peers and for your continued commitment to excellence. A special thank you to our extraordinary SGA Sponsors, Jo Ry-Anne Feller and Haylie Feller,” said Peter T. Slack.
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