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Inman’s debate team has been on a winning streak this year and proudly took 1st place at the Middle School State Championship held March 19th at Georgia State University! Thanks so much to Maria Misura and Josh Thorpe for all their hard work with the technical side of the debate! Thanks to Norm Richie for all his help with the logistical side of the debate. Mr. Richie also received “Most Valued Parent” award. Dorien Laurens got “Student of the Year” award- well deserved for her enthusiasm, passion and amazing job during the whole season. There were 59 schools represented (including high school) and 225 middle school teams. Here are the specifics:
4th Daniel Wakefield
6th Drake Hunt
8th Griffin Richie
19 Jordan Freeman
21 Robbie Gibbs
23 Assata Nkosi
3rd- Daniel Wakefield and Robbie Gibbs
5th Drake Hunt and Assata Nkosi
6th Sechan Tak and Griffin Richie
8th Jordan Freeman and Arianna Bird
JV – individual
10th Abby Edlein
16th Elise Livius
17th Kate York
26th Rachel Bowdler
33 Hannah Sowell
34 Maddie Thorope
43 Mark McClain
9th Hannah Sowell and Rachel Bowdler
23 Abby Edlein and Kate York
28th Oliver Gray and Bryant Hodges
Inman Theatre Arts students participated in the Ryan Cameron Foundation Youth Anti-Violence Arts Contest. One of our teams (8th grade: Amelia Kushner, Remy Pair and Sadie Mothershed) WON the FIRST PLACE $500 prize for their anti-bullying PSA. The Atlanta Hawks Foundation was so impressed with the piece that they donated another $1,000.00 to the award. This started as a simple class project infused into the theatre arts curriculum as an extension of our SEL initiative. See the winning video can be viewed here.
I am beyond pleased with the results. The winners were not able to be present to receive the award so Hanna Willis (8th grade), Jeb Davis (6th grade), and Malori Switzer (6th grade) gave up their time today to participate in the youth forum and represent Inman and accept the award on behalf of Amelia, Remy, and Sadie….teamwork makes the dreamwork so kudos to them as well!
Shenise S. Spann, M.Ed., M.F.A.
Inman Middle School
Theatre Arts Educator
Congrats to 7th grader, Lauren Silcock!
Lauren won first place in her age division in the national Carol Marsh Mystery Writing Contest! Lauren’s story, A Beautiful Scent, was acknowledged for her creativity and exceptional writing skills.
Last Thursday night Inman boys tennis team defeated Sutton Middle 4-2, Kavi Jakes and Scott Whitley, and Oliver Kosar and Elliot Willner won doubles matches, and Kavi Jakes and Gideon Bennett won singles matches.
The Inman girls tennis team defeated Sutton middle 5-1, Michelle Durst and Emma Menzies, Annie Laster and Emily Brown, and Kyla Baisden and Mackensie York won doubles matches, then Anna Federova and Emily Brown won singles matches. Great match for the Inman tennis eagles!
Congratulations to the Inman Golf Team for a victory over Sutton Middle School last Tuesday at North Fulton Golf Course. The final score was 185-194. Inman was led by Drew Bradshaw (1st place overall) with a score of 38. Other Inman scores were Daniel Poss (43, tied for 2nd overall), Benton Shevlin (49, 5th place overall), Mac Walker (55) and Oliver Kosar (55).
Great games this past weekend!
LPGE Results: Superior Ratings from all three judges in performance & Superior Rating in Sight Singing.
Congratulations to the Inman Wind Ensemble on receiving Superior Ratings from all three judges for performance and a Superior Rating in sight reading! Thank you all for your continuous support!
Wednesday was the middle school math competition held at King Middle School. Inman took home several awards including Overall School Winner! Congrats Eagles!
6th Grade Top Performers
1st place – Nathan Rachelwalski
2nd place – William Barton
7th Grade Top Performers
1st place – Griffin Richie
2nd place – Amari Butler
8th Grade Top Performers
1st place – Yaxuan Zhuo
3rd place – Declan McCarthy
1st Place in Group Ciphering for 6th, 7th, and 8th Grades – Inman
Overall School Winner – Inman
Congratulations to the following student athletes who scored points for the Inman Track Team last Saturday, earning 2nd place overall!
100m Nikita Laye 7th of 36
200m Ameah Richardson 2nd of 33
400m Charlotte Spears 9th of 30
800m Lindsay Schroeder 1st, Charlotte Spears 3rd of 21
1600m Lindsay Schroeder 1st, Emily Sands 2nd, Safia Read 4th of 12
4x400m 3rd of 18: Lindsay Schroeder, Charlotte Spears, Ameah Richardson, Zakeia Watson
Long Jump Nkoiya Dawson 1st of 29
400m Justin Wilborn 1st, Jackson Sexton 3rd of 27
800m Fredrick Hamilton 3rd of 26
1600m Everett Schroeder 4th, Will Tanner 5th of 17
Hurdles Barrett Donnelly 6th
4x100m 6th of 17 Jemeir Edwards, Jehdiah Hosley, Jackson Sexton, Chase Stokes
4x400m 5th of 16 Fredrick Hamilton, Jackson Sexton, Jehdiah Hosley, Justin Wilborn
Long Jump Justin Wilborn 5th of 24
Shot Put Jonnnie Whitt 3rd of 22
Meet Results from Saturday, February 28th:
For the girls team, Lindsay Schroeder placed 1st in the 800m and 1600m, Emily Sands placed 2nd in the 1600, Ameah Richardson placed 4th out of 27 in the 400m, Zakeia Watson placed 5th out of 37 in the 100m, Charlotte Spears placed 4th out of 18 in the 800m.
For the boys team, Everett Schroeder placed 3rd out of 20 for the 1600, Fredrick Hamilton placed 3rd out of 21 for the 800, Jackson Sexton placed 3rd out of 26 for the 400, Zaire Thornton placed 4th out of 16 for the high jump , and Justin Wilborn placed 1st for the long jump.
Inman placed 2nd overall and competed against all APS middle schools. Thank you to everyone that worked hard and cheered for the team.