Middle Schooler Scholars Honored With Words of Wisdom, Breakfast
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The Van Hoosen Middle School PTSA sponsored its Annual Honor Breakfast program for sixth, seventh, and eighth graders.
More than 650 students were invited. These students achieved all A's and B's throughout the year. Each grade level had its separate recognition. Sixth grade was honored on June 5th; seventh grade was honored on June 6th; eighth grade was honored on June 7th.
Deputy Oakland County Executive and Chief Information Officer Phil Bertolini greeted sixth grade students. Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett greeted the seventh and eighth graders. Both officials spoke about the importance of maintaining excellent school performance as well as character, integrity, people skills, and work ethic. They also touched upon the information technology age and the necessity of continuing to do well in school.
A special "thank you" goes out to Seros Restaurant of Rochester Hills for donating the delicious, hot breakfasts for all three mornings. Seros also provided the personnel to serve the food. Thank you, Seros!