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Tapp Middle Students Recognized for Respect

Those who demonstrated the character word for the first quarter were honored at a breakfast Wednesday featuring Powder Springs Mayor Pat Vaughn.

Tapp Middle School held the first Tapp Pride Recognition Breakfast on Wednesday.

Students were recognized for outstanding behavior as part of the school’s character education program. At the breakfast, participants were honored by Powder Springs Mayor Pat Vaughn. 

The students were nominated by their teachers as Students of Pride for demonstrating respect—the character word for the first quarter. 

The Character Education Program Initiative and breakfast was sponsored by the Chick-fil-A at Macland Crossing, one of Tapp’s Partners in Education.

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