Glory of Missouri

District Students Receive State Recognition for Virtues
This is the image for the news article titled District Students Receive State Recognition for VirtuesSixteen sixth-grade students from Plaza Middle School earned Glory of Missouri recognition from the Missouri House of Representatives.

The program honors the 14 values engraved in the Missouri House of Representatives. The school staff members chose the students who represented each of the virtues, which include knowledge, liberty, equality, law, fraternity, education, progress, honor, truth, virtue, temperance, enterprise, justice and charity.

Each student received a certificate from State Representative Nick Marshall.

The students pictured (left to right):
Front row: Bryan Wilhoite (liberty), William Murray (charity), Gunnar Robinson (temperance), Lola Valdovino (enterprise), Tiernan Eccles (truth)

Second row: Grant Dixon (virtue), Kinley Muck (honor), Grace Greenlee (progress), Emily Leeper (knowledge), Carson Beach (honor), Natalie Day (law)

Third row: Addison Neprud (justice), Eleicia Douglas (justice), Jadah Jackson (equality), Kiley Braun (education), Carson Mattson (fraternity)