Nashville Middle School students are recognized each quarter of the school year with the school’s Junior Hornet Award.
In order to be recognized, first faculty members nominate Middle School students. Nominations are based on eight different characteristics exemplifying good school citizenship traits. Included in those traits are the student’s willingness to work towards their ability level, their attitude, respect for others, their cooperation and their willingness to see improvement, among others. Once the nominations are approved by their entire faculty, the student receives the award. Students may earn the award only once each school year.
According to the school’s website, the Second Quarter Junior Hornet Award winners are: